Industrial Maintenance Mechanic
SPCC’s non-credit Industrial Maintenance Mechanic program utilizes curricula produced by the National Center for Construction Education & Research (NCCER) and the Manufacturing Skill Standards Council (MSSC). These provide preparation for students to earn nationally-recognized industry credentials. According to the NC Dept. of Commerce, there is growing demand for Machinery Maintenance Workers and Industrial Machinery Mechanics in the south central region of North Carolina. These jobs are found in every industry that uses machinery, from assembly plants to power manufacturers. These jobs not only involve repairs and maintenance, but installation and dismantling as well. Wherever there are machines, there will be a need for maintenance craftworkers.
MNT 3065AA: Maintenance Mechanic – Introduction
16 Week Class
This course provides an introductory overview of Industrial Maintenance. Key content includes Orientation to the Trade, Tools of the Trade, Fasteners and Anchors, Oxyfuel Cutting, Gaskets and Packing, Craft-Related Mathematics, Construction Drawings, Pumps and Drivers, Valves, Introduction to Test Instruments, Material Handling and Hand Rigging, Mobile and Support Equipment and Lubrication. This course is aligned with the NCCER Industrial Maintenance Mechanic Level I curriculum, and prepares students to sit for select NCCER certifications. Students wishing to sit for any NCCER certifications are highly advised to also enroll in CAR 3108C: Trades Essentials.
Industrial Maintenance Mechanic Level 1 Trainee Guide, Paperback, 3rd Edition, ISBN-13: 978-0-13-228608-4
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MNT 3065AB: Maintenance Mechanic – Advanced
Instructor permission required to register for this course. This course provides an advanced overview of Industrial Maintenance. Key content includes Advanced Towers and Vessels, Advanced Trade Math, Precision Tools, Installing Bearings, Installing Couplings, Conventional Alignment, Setting Baseplates and Pre-alignment, Installing Mechanical Seals and Installing Belt and Chain Drives. This course is aligned with the NCCER Industrial Maintenance Mechanic Level III curriculum, and prepares students to sit for select NCCER certifications.
Maintenance Mechanic – Introduction
To be announced
This fully online course covers the basic and technical skills needed to prepare students for advanced, high-performance manufacturing environments. Course topics may include safety, quality practices & measurement; manufacturing processes & production; maintenance awareness and green production. This course is aligned with the MSSC Certified Production Technician curriculum, and prepares students to sit for select MSSC certifications
Maintenance Mechanic – Advanced
Online MSSC LMS – included with cost
|Begin Date||End Date||Days||Time||Location|
|Feb. 14, 2023||May 18, 2023||Tuesday & Thursday||5:00 p.m. - 7:30 p.m.||Tyson Campus|
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