Industrial Mechanics


 

Gain skills and experience in troubleshooting and repair of electrical, mechanical, pneumatic, hydraulic and pump systems. This is a great, revised program for those wanting to work in institutional and/or industrial power plants, or to maintain machines in manufacturing facilities. Successful completers of this program receive a Marketable Skills Achievement Award. This course is WIA eligible. (352 hrs)

 

 

 

•  Age Requirements:  18+

  Education Requirements:  GED or High School Diploma

  Must pass required Math Assessment   

       

 

 

This track includes the following course sequence:

                          

DFTG 1025 Blueprint Reading and Sketching

Interpret working drawings including dimensions, notes, symbols, sections, and auxiliary views. (48 hrs)


INMT 1005 Introduction to Industrial Maintenance                                                                

Identify various types of fasteners common to industrial maintenance; utilize various hand and power tools; utilize precision measuring instruments; and demonstrate proper lock-out/tag-out procedures.  (96 hrs)


OSHT 1020 Energy Industrial Safety 

Describe the basic components of safety, health, and environmental systems as defined by the Occupational Safety and Health Administration. (64 hrs)


INMT 2045 Industrial Troubleshooting

Techniques used in troubleshooting various types of industrial equipment to include mechanical, electrical, hydraulic, and pneumatic systems and their control devices. Emphasis will be placed on the use of schematics and diagrams in conjunction with proper troubleshooting procedures. (96 hrs)


TECM 1001 Industrial Mathematics

Convert between decimals and fractions; use measuring tools; calculate ratios and proportions in a technical application; transpose linear equations to solve for unknowns. (48 hrs)

 

 

 

FALL 2014

 

DFTG 1025 001 (002) 134Q Blueprint Reading and Sketching

INMT 1005 001 (002) 134Q Introduction to Industrial Maintenance                                                               

OSHT 1020 001 (002) 134Q Energy Industrial Safety

INMT 2045 001 (002) 134Q Industrial Troubleshooting

TECM 1001 001 (002) 134Q Industrial Mathematics

 

Gainesville - Fast-Track Days
Course ID:  Must enroll in entire track (see above)
*Check back for October Start Dates    
M, T, R, F     8 am to 11 am & 1 pm to 5 pm    
CTC 2100    $3,000                  Payment Plan
Deadline to enroll is August 21, 2014
*More sections will begin in September, October
and November.


Gainesville - Nights
Course ID:  Must enroll in entire track (see above)
*Check back for October Start Dates  
T, W, R        6 pm to 9:50 pm
CTC 2100    $3,000                  Payment Plan
Deadline to enroll is August 21, 2014

 



 

 



 

 

Coordinator: Kenny Smith

General questions? Call 940-668-4272

WIA? Call 940-498-6272

 

CAREER PROGRAMS ADMISSION SESSIONS

No appointment necessary. Please bring all required documentation.

Enrollments begin: January for Spring, May for Summer, August for Fall
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Corinth Campus

(Pinnell Square, Suite 307)

Tuesdays: 10 - 11 am & 11 am - Noon

Thursdays: 4 - 5 pm & 5 - 6 pm

Saturdays: 10 -11 am & 11 am - Noon

Flower Mound Campus

(1200 Parker Square)

Mondays: 10 - 11 am & 11 am - Noon

Wednesdays: 2 - 3 pm & 3 pm - 4 pm

Gainesville Campus

(CTC Building, 2100)

Thursdays: 10 - 11 am & 11 am - Noon

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