The Industrial Maintenance Program is a unique training program offered by Caldwell Community College and Technical Institute. The program is designed to prepare you for basic entry level opportunities in the industrial maintenance field. It was developed utilizing industry-based skill standards and interview feedback from representatives of leading Caldwell County industries.
The program consists of three courses that build upon the knowledge and skills learned in the previous course.
This course is designed to provide you with the fundamental knowledge and skills necessary to install, maintain, troubleshoot, and repair equipment found in a variety of industries. Designed for the “jack-of-all trades” technician, this course covers all five major areas of industrial maintenance knowledge:
Upon completion, you should be able to demonstrate an understanding of industrial maintenance.
This course will build upon the skills learned in the Introduction to Industrial Maintenance class. You will receive basic instruction in a wide variety of areas including:
All theory is reinforced by hands-on applications allowing you to explore the processes that will be the foundation for your career.
This course will continue building upon the skills learned in the Introduction and Intermediate Industrial Maintenance courses. This course is designed to prepare you for entry-level employment as a multi-skilled maintenance technician.
As an Industrial Maintenance technician, you will be responsible for assembling, installing, maintaining and repairing machinery used in the manufacturing or industrial environment.
The average salary for an Industrial Maintenance Technician is $17.09 per hour in North Carolina, which meets the
national average. Salary estimates are based on 2,367 salaries submitted anonymously to Indeed by Maintenance Technician
employees, users, and collected from past and present job advertisements on Indeed in the past 36 months. The typical tenure
for a Maintenance Technician is 1-3 years.
Employment of Industrial Maintenance Technicians is projected to grow 5 percent from 2018 to 2028, about as fast as the
average for all occupations. The need to keep increasingly sophisticated machinery functioning and efficient will continue.
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|Industrial Maintenance, Interm||MNT-7006-300||01/09/2024-04/16/2024 Classroom Hours Tuesday, Thursday 05:30PM - 09:00PM, Building - S, Room 103||9|
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