The Advanced Industrial Maintenance Technology program prepares individuals to install, repair, and maintain industrial machinery and equipment such as pumps, motors, pneumatic and hydraulic systems, and production machinery.
Students with the knowledge and skills needed to begin a career in industrial maintenance will be prepared by having hands-on experience in electricity and electronics, industrial controls and troubleshooting, programmable logic controls, mechanical systems and fluid power, and automated systems.
While the Certificate in Advanced Industrial Maintenance may be completed as a stand-alone program (25 credit hours), courses in this certificate may also be used to complete the Associate of Applied Science in Technology-Advanced Industrial Maintenance.
As a National Coalition of Certification Center (nc3) and partner with FESTO Didactic, our Industry 4.0 Certification Program integrates the technologies to obtain essential industry certifications in Level One| Fundamentals.
Level One Fundamentals:
- Industry 4.0 (Certificate of Knowledge)
- Fluid Power - Pneumatics
- Fluid Power - Hydraulics
- Electricity - AC
- Electricity - DC
- Mechanical Systems
- Sensor Technology
- PLC's - Allen Bradley
- Certified Industry 4.0 Associate
- Data Analytics
Where Can I Use These Certifications?
- Industrial Maintenance Technician
- Production Technican
- Electromechanical Technician
Technicians earn a Median Pay of $54,920 per year or $26.25/hour
This is a Bright Outlook occupations and is expected to grow rapidly, 13% between 2019-2029
Manufacturing is a major component of Missouri’s economy
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