For the person who likes variety and has an interest in how machines work, a position as an industrial maintenance technician may be a satisfying career choice.
As a technician, you can work in a manufacturing facility to repair, modify, and maintain machines and components. Some of the skills you will develop in this program include machining, CNC (Computer Numerical Controls), motor controls, PLCs (Programmable Logic Controllers), basic welding, and HVACR (Heating, Ventilation, Air Conditioning, and Refrigeration).
The program provides a pathway to technical diplomas in Industrial Electrical/Mechanical Maintenance; Air Conditioning, Heating and Refrigeration; Basic Welding; or Basic Machining, all of which are components of the five-term Manufacturing Systems Maintenance technical diploma.
*Please note that the delivery method for fall courses may change as the COVID-19 situation unfolds. Our goal is to ensure that teaching and learning happens in a safe environment. We will communicate updates as quickly as possible.