|First Year / First Semester
|Electricity and Control Systems Apprenticeship 1
|Hydraulics and Pneumatics Apprenticeship 1
|Mechanical Systems Maintenance and Operation Apprenticeship 1
|Welding and Soldering Theory Apprenticeship 1
|Workplace Essentials Apprenticeship 1
Industrial Maintenance Technology
This one-year (30 week) Certificate provides students with specialized technical knowledge in industrial maintenance. This program is designed as a pathway to obtain an Apprentice status when sponsored by a New Jersey based company. This program is credit generating; therefore, Associates degrees of programs related to the discipline may be inclined to consider completion of these courses for transfer. Upon completion, students can continue to pursue a degree in CIM.AAS or TES.AAS.
This program prepares individuals to apply technical knowledge and skills to repair and maintain industrial machinery and equipment such as cranes, pumps, engines and motors, pneumatic tools, conveyor systems, and production machinery as a maintenance technician.
At the end of the program, the graduate will be able to:
- Apply industry-recognized best practices to everyday workplace situations.
- Recall how to maintain Hydraulic and Pneumatic system components and be able to take the appropriate steps to return a malfunctioning system to a functioning state.
- Identify a malfunctioning power transmission component and take the appropriate steps to return machine to a functioning state.
- Explain electricity in all of its forms and how it is used to run motors and control systems of Mechatronic devices.
- Determine and incorporate proper welding and cutting techniques to create and maintain industrial and commercial mechatronic equipment.
Dr. Kevin Schmidt
(856) 227-7200, ext. 4517