Industrial Maintenance Training

Program Description

The Industrial Maintenance Training program is a 12 week, non-credit training that provides hands-on instruction in Industrial Maintenance topics including Hydraulics, Pneumatics, Mechanical Systems, Electrical Systems, and HVAC. Industrial maintenance technicians repair and maintain commercial or industrial machinery in buildings and in a plant or factory setting, to ensure the machines' proper functionality. The Industrial Maintenance Training program prepares participants for entry-level jobs in the industrial maintenance industry.

Program Requirements

  • Must attend an informational session.
  • Must submit required application and paperwork.
  • High school diploma or GED.
  • Must complete WorkKeys Assessments.
  • Must complete Manufacturing Portal: Soft Skills Training, Excel for Business, and OSHA 10.
  • Resume will be required on the first day of Portal training.

Program Location

Center for Workforce Innovation

Program Cost

The costs of instruction and materials for this program are entirely grant-funded.

Financial Aid Eligibility

This program is not Federal Financial Aid/Pell Eligible.

Upon Completion

Graduates of the IMT program will be able to maintain, calibrate and troubleshoot equipment most commonly used in hi-tech manufacturing facilities while adhering to safety, health and environmental rules and regulations. Students will be ready to earn nationally recognized National Institute for Metalworking Skills (NIMS) credentials for Industrial Maintenance Technicians.

Interested in this program?

Start the enrollment process by visiting the Industrial Maintenance Training page.