Industrial Maintenance Technology


The mission of the Industrial Maintenance Technology Program is to train students with the broad range of skills to compete in today’s technological environment as a multi-craft maintenance technician. Trainees learn the fundamentals of electricity, welding, and mechanical. Students are being trained for work with electric motor control, automated machine control, circuits, conveyors, pumps, pneumatic and hydraulic systems, test equipment, production equipment (electrical, electronic, and mechanical), welding, HVAC/R, plastics and injection molding, programmable controllers and automation. In the last phase of the course, students combine all their newly acquired skills in overall systematic troubleshooting and interfacing systems to qualify for an Industrial Maintenance Technician Diploma.  



Information Detail
Time Commitment Full Time
Typical Program Length 16 Months
Clock Hours 1,728
Class Type Day
Credentials Certificate, Diploma
Total Tuition/Fees $5,248.00
Textbook/Supplies Cost $3,588.03

Program Credentials

Option NameHoursCredentials
Electrician Helper432Certificate
Gas Metal Arc Welding Certificate648Certificate
Mechanical Technician Helper864Certificate
Programmable Logic Controller Helper432Certificate
Industrial Maintenance Apprentice864Certificate
Electro-Mechanical Maintenance1296Diploma
Industrial Maintenance Technician1728Diploma
Industrial Maintenance Technician 1728Diploma

Campus Locations

Main Campus
P.O. Box 614
1233 East College Street
Pulaski, TN 38478

Job Duties

Repair, install, adjust, or maintain industrial production and processing machinery or refinery and pipeline distribution systems. May also install, dismantle, or move machinery and heavy equipment according to plans.

Job Outlook

Bright Outlook: Yes

Currently employed in the area: 9,770

Current job openings per year: 1,050


First Trimester: 
Modular I (Electrician): Worker Characteristics
Orientation, Safety, Haven training, and Alcohol EDU
Technology Foundations
Electrical Safety
Related Math for Electricians
Electrical Principles
Digital Multimeter Principles
Printreading for Electro-Mechanic Systems
Second Trimester: 
Modular II (Welding): Worker Characteristics
Welding Safety
Basic Blueprint Reading
Oxyacetylene Cutting and Welding
Basic GMAW and Flux Core
Mechanical Technician, Second Trimester: Industrial Safety
Basic Industrial Mechanics
Basic Industrial Hydraulics
Basic Industrial Pneumatics
Introduction to Electrical Motor Control
Machining Operations (Lathe and Mill)
Troubleshooting Mechanical Systems
Third Trimester: 
Worker Characteristics
Introduction to Robotics
Electrical Motor Control Systems
Programmable Logic Controllers Concepts
Fourth Trimester: 
Module IV HVAC Mechanic Assistant: Worker Characteristics
EPA 30
Shop Safety
Refrigeration Fundamentals
Tools, Equipment and Shop Practices
Electricity and Controls I
Green Awareness
Employment Readiness Exam
Module IV Robotics: Worker Characteristics
Basic Mechanical Theory and Lab I
Basic Hydraulic Theory and Lab I
Robotic Theory and Lab I
Robotic Theory and Lab II
Module IV Injection Molding: Worker Characteristics
Injection Molding Machine Safety
Basic Operation of the Injection Molding
Types of Injection Molding Machine Power
Installation of the Injection Molding Machine
Preventive Maintenance Procedures
Injection Molding Machine Repair Procedures
Auxiliary Equipment Maintenance and Repair


EPA Section 608 Certification

Books and Supplies Lists


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