State Fair Community College

Industrial technology - emphasis in electrical maintenance

Why study industrial maintenance with emphasis in electrical maintenance?

Two words—consistent employment. Today's industries require maintenance technicians capable of understanding the complex issues of manufacturing automation and control. Employers offer excellent, high-paying jobs to technically skilled employees responsible for maintaining production equipment. The curriculum is designed to prepare students as maintenance generalists with emphasis in electrical maintenance.

SFCC's Associate of Applied Science in Industrial Technology with emphasis in electrical maintenance offers hands-on, realistic and up-to-date training equipment and methods to ensure the skills necessary for success in keeping production up and running! Students will develop a solid background in electrical and electronic theory, computer skills and programming.

Workers currently employed in industry who need to update their skills with the latest technology will find the flexibility in course offerings needed to complete the degree that will accommodate most work schedules.

Total Productive Maintenance (TPM) Professional Certificate*

The TPM Professional Certificate is a 30-credit-hour program and can be completed in just two semesters. Some classes are eight weeks long and others are 16 weeks long.

The program is designed to prepare students as industrial maintenance technologists or millwrights who can be employed in commercial, production, manufacturing, and other industrial settings. Students will learn the major maintenance disciplines including fluid power, mechanics and electrical and PLC controls. Students who successfully complete the program have the opportunity to take the Certified Maintenance and Reliability Technician (CMRT) certification exam offered by the Society of Maintenance and Reliability Professionals (SMRP). This certification is highly regarded by employers.

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This certificate has eligibility requirements if grant funding is used. Eligible students may receive free tuition. Visit www.sfccmo.edu/applications for deadlines and to apply.

Skills Certificates in Industrial Technology

Program requirements

View COURSE CATALOG for all program requirements.

These programs require students to have certain essential qualifications in order to be admitted and retained in the program. Click Essential Skills to view program specific qualifications.

Contact

Steve Snodgrass
Fielding Technical Center, Room 279B
(660) 596-7430

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