Industrial Technology Certificate
August 21 - December 15, 2017
Evening dates/times TBA
About the Program
The program of prepares students to be employed as technicians in the fields of electrical maintenance and production. The program is developed especially for the industry in the development, installation and maintenance of complex industrial processes as well as their electronic, controller, and computer devices.
Program to Include
- Motors and Controls
Stresses motor control systems, devices, circuit design and construction, and troubleshooting techniques. Specific topics include electrical safety, lockout/tagout procedures, relays, timers, pilot devices, and solid state control technologies. Extensive laboratory exercises using industrial-grade components enhances classroom studies.
- Circuit Analysis I
Introduces the principles of electric circuits. It includes the study of voltage, current, resistance, power, energy, magnetism, electromagnetism, capacitors, inductors, and transformers. Students analyze these devices in series, parallel, series parallel circuits as well as motors and generators, using AC and DC voltage.
- Equipment Safety and Operation
Provides an overview of commonly used safety precautions and operation of tools and equipment. Introduces PPE (Personal Protective Equipment), CPR, First Aid OSHA, safety practices and procedures.
- Circuit Analysis l Lab
Includes basic experiments in electric circuits, series and parallel circuits, and basic instrumentation. Students conduct experiments involving Ohm's and Kirchoff's Laws and Thevenin's Theorem.
Troubleshooting technique for basic electric circuits is also covered.
- Industrial Engineering Technology Orientation
Explore career options for Automation, Robotics, Electronics, Sustainable Energy and Industrial careers. Students are provided direction for choosing a field within these disciplines, learn problem-solving skills and develop an educational plan of study.
- Technical Math
Includes operations with real numbers, use of fractions, ratios, measurement conversion, algebraic equations, functions, geometry, and right angle trigonometry. Applications are designed to the program specific needs that students encounter in industrial settings.
Career & Salary Information
Electrical and Electronics Repairers, Commercial and Industrial Equipment repair,
test, adjust, or install electronic equipment, such as industrial controls, transmitters,
and antennas. Industrial Machinery Mechanics repair, install,
adjust, or maintain industrial production and processing machinery or refinery and pipeline distribution systems.
The program of prepares students to be employed as technicians in the fields of electrical maintenance and production. Employment of industrial machinery mechanics is projected to grow 18 percent from 2014 to 2024, much faster than the average for all occupations.
Entry level median hourly earnings is $18.36 - $18.44 for Electrical and Electronics Repairers, Commercial and Industrial Equipment and Industrial Machinery Mechanics. Once you choose a sector to go into, there are plenty of options for your career path. From fabrication and welding to research and distribution, the possibilities seem endless. There is always room to grow and advance your career.
Non-Credit to Credit
Graduates of this program are awarded a certificate. Enter the workforce or students who wish to complete an advanced degree may continue on to complete:
- Industrial Maintenance Technician Diploma
- Robotics Technician Diploma
- Sustainable Energy Certificate
- Electronic Maintenance Specialist
Cost $2,599 (textbooks and required materials not included)
- Safety glasses
- Jump drive
- T1-36 calculator or T1-83 series or better grafting calculator
FREE Tuition Assistance Available!
This program is approved for FREE Education to Employment tuition assistance for eligible Iowa residents. Financial assistance may include training tuition, textbooks, tools, certification fees, required materials and other services. Email email@example.com or call (712) 256-7088 for more information!
Contact Denise Norman at firstname.lastname@example.org or 712.325.3415.