Construction Electricity - Industrial Maintenance Emphasis Diploma
The Construction Electricity diploma is a dual-track program which provides students with 2,000 hours toward their Minnesota Class A Journeyman while providing students the training necessary to be successful as an industrial electrician. Along with the construction electrician courses, students study hydraulics and pneumatics, industrial motor maintenance, advanced programmable logic controllers and advanced electronics. These courses provide students with a mix of theory and hands-on lab. This comprehensive program includes reading schematics and installing hydraulic/pneumatic systems, PLCs and industrial AC/DC drives. Students will get hands-on experience tearing down large industrial AC and DC motors, testing motor windings, proper bearing installation and maintenance, motor alignment and predictive maintenance techniques such as vibration analysis, infrared thermography and failure analysis.
Last modified: April 23rd, 2014 at 03:39pm