B.T.C. Industrial Maintenance Mechanic
- Describe and conduct safe work practices in laboratory and industrial environments.
- Identify and apply societal and regulatory codes and standards.
- Describe fundamental mechanical principles, fluid mechanics, thermodynamics, and equipment design.
- Conduct basic maintenance, troubleshooting and repair of common industrial mechanical systems.
- Identify technical documentation.
- Demonstrate basic structural welding.
- Demonstrate basic computer-aided drafting and design.
- Identify commissioning practices for equipment setup and alignment.
- Recognize specific equipment applications for reactive, preventive, predictive, and proactive maintenance.
|Choose two credits from the following:||2|
|Engineering Technology Orientation|
and Introduction to an Industrial Environment Laboratory
or ESET 1162
|Industrial Safety and Regulations|
|ESET 1118||Industrial Maintenance Mechanic I||2|
|ESET 1118L||Industrial Maintenance Mechanic Lab I||1|
|ESET 1119||Industrial Maintenance Mechanic II||2|
|ESET 1119L||Industrial Maintenance Mechanic Lab II||1|
|ESET 1123||Mechanical Power Transmission I||2|
|ESET 1123L||Mechanical Power Transmission Laboratory I||2|
|ESET 1125||Introduction to Structural Welding||1|
|ESET 1126||Introduction to Mechanical Drafting and Computer Aided Design||1|
|ESET 1127||Mechanical Power Transmission II||2|
|ESET 1127L||Mechanical Power Transmission Laboratory II||2|