Industrial Electrical Maintenance

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The mission of the Industrial Electrical Maintenance Program is to provide diversified maintenance training to students to meet the occupational needs of the prospective employers in our community.

This course will provide you with a thorough understanding of the methods of diagnosing, troubleshooting, and repairing industrial equipment. Each unit of study is approached by starting with the basic theory involved. You will receive actual experience on equipment with factory approved methods of repairing and maintaining them.

You will receive a high degree of individual instruction and learn the use of tools, special equipment, technical manuals, circuit analysis, service specifications, diagnosis and methods of repair. Written and performance tests are given to record your progress. The instructor will train you in disassembly, repair, and reassembly of hydraulic, pneumatic, mechanical and electrical systems on industrial equipment.

If you qualify, you may spend part of your training day working part-time in the industry with a company in the local area. You may be able to earn money, gain experience on the job, and learn in the actual work environment while enrolled at the Center.

Units of Study

  • Basic Electricity/Electronics
  • Industrial Electricity/Electronics
  • Mechanical/Fluid Power
  • Maintenance/Troubleshooting
  • Programmable Logic Controllers (PLCs)
  • Welding Fundamentals
  • HVAC Fundamentals
  • Machining Fundamentals
  • Process Control
  • Robotics


  • Electrician Helper - 432 hours
  • Maintenance Apprentice - 864 hours


  • Electrical Repairer - 1296 hours
  • Industrial Maintenance Technician - 1728 hours
  • Mechatronics Technician - 2160 hours

Admission Requirements:

  • Complete TCAT-M Application
  • Provide a high school diploma/transcript or GED transcript
  • MMR and Varicella
  • Personal Interview

IEM / Mechatronics Program Video

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