Introduction to Industrial  Maintenance

This hands-on program teaches students how to perform preventive maintenance on equipment, utilize instruments to control variables, and lubricate and inspect equipment.  The basic maintenance program will also prepare students to replace equipment parts (such as tubing, filters, and belts) using hand tools, pump maintenance and problem solving skills using root cause analysis.

Course Content Includes

  • Lubrication

  • Basic Electricity

  • Belt and Chain Drives

  • Basic Pipefitting

  • Proper Use of Hand and Power Tools

  • Tubing and Fitting

  • Pump Operation

  • Filters

  • Basic Instrumentation

Classes Are Offered

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Two Evenings Per Week

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Time To Complete

  • Six Months (200 hrs)

Tuition Cost

  • $1,785

Supply Cost

  • $207

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John Moore


740-373-2766 Ext. 2030

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Curt Copen


740-373-2766 Ext. 2031

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WorkKeys Assessment

This program has benchmark WorkKeys assessment scores which must be obtained prior to admissions into the program.  Remediation through Aspire or KeyTrain is available for those who do not initially meet the necessary scores.  Click here to learn more.

“A company who hires a graduate of the Career Center – Adult Technical Training’s Chemical Operator program will have an employee with a strong foundation.  Their site specific training typically reduces the cost of long training programs and places operators in the workforce more quickly.”


Darrell Veyon, Training Coordinator at Momentive Performance Products