Industrial Maintenance Skills For Workplace Success!
Industrial equipment maintenance technician careers offer some of the highest paying and most satisfying opportunities available today as companies increase their use of newer and more complex machinery. A highly trained/highly skilled facility / industrial maintenance technician, electrical technician, controls technician, or building engineer can earn more than $50,000 per year in today’s sophisticated workplace. To perform these jobs well, technicians must have higher skill levels in a wider range of technologies than ever before.
Iowa Valley’s Maintenance Program helps raise students to the level needed to enter these exciting careers. By recreating the industrial environment in the classroom and teaching relevant skills, the Maintenance Program brings students closer to being job ready.
Industrial Maintenance program will quickly get your maintenance program into high gear; extensive curriculum, high quality industrial hands-on training equipment, and computerized classroom assessment system. Iowa Valley’s learning systems feature heavy-duty, industry-standard components so that students are better prepared for the entire scope of the technologies they will encounter.
Troubleshooting Emphasis & Task-Based Curriculum
Curriculum teaches troubleshooting throughout with organized problem-solving methods. Many learning systems feature Computer-Based Fault Insertion System, which automatically inserts faults and tracks student troubleshooting activities. The Maintenance Program curriculum uses a task-based design where theory and hands-on learning activities are structured around industry-relevant tasks.
|Industrial Technology trainings include:|
|Basic Plumbing||Mechanical Drives|
|Industrial Wiring||Process Control|
|Automation Trainer||National Electrical Code|
|Blueprint Reading||Vibration Analysis|
|Electric Motor & Controls||Introduction to Maintenance Management|