LocationThis course is offered at the Evendale campus.
AudienceThe target audience for this training program includes:
- Individuals seeking entry level employment in industrial maintenance
- Current maintenance workers seeking to upgrade their skills for advancement
- Companies seeing to improve the skills of their maintenance employees
- Companies with mechanical maintenance apprentice programs
Course DescriptionThis program is designed to provide individuals with the knowledge and hands-on training to prepare them for an entry level mechanical maintenance position. All learning and skills lead to proficiency in the installation, maintenance, and troubleshooting of industrial systems. This program is used by several major companies for their apprentice training program.
Course ObjectivesHelp students gain an understanding of:
- Bearings, seals & lubrication
- Mechanical drives, including: belt, chain, gear, shafts, couplings and shaft alignment
- Pneumatic systems in industrial applications
- Hydraulic systems in industrial applications
- All content has been developed and created by industry leading subject matter experts and instructional designers
|Course Title||Course#||Contact Hours||Credit Hours|
|Shop Math||MMC 105||15||1|
|Mechanical Drive Maintenance||MMC 140||46||2.5|
|Bearings, Seals, & Lubrication||MMC 150||30||1.5|
|Pneumatic Systems I||MMC 120||46||2.5|
|Industrial Hydraulics I||MMC 130||46||2.5|
For More InformationJason Hendrickson, Industrial Maintenance and Manufacturing Business Manager
Cincinnati State Workforce Development Center
10100 Reading Rd.
Cincinnati, OH. 45241
Office (513) 569-4278