The Industrial Maintenance Program is an academic discipline concerned with the study of technologies used in the repair of modern automated machinery. Topics include basic electricity, mechanics, hydraulics and pneumatics, machining, motor control repair and design, programmable logic controllers, refrigeration, and welding. The skills developed within this discipline include troubleshooting of machine malfunctions, electrical troubleshooting, electrical circuit design, programming of motor drives, programming and program design of programmable logic controllers, MIG TIG and stick welding, and other required skills for employment as an Industrial Maintenance Technician.
Transfer requirements for the Industrial Maintenance Program are available in the Counseling Center. In all cases, students should consult with a counselor for specific transfer requirements. College of the Sequoias Counseling Office may be reached at (559) 730-3715.
Career options include positions in industrial maintenance, industrial electrician, and commercial maintenance technician. A higher degree may be required to meet minimum job requirements depending on the position.
Industrial Maintenance Faulty Contact
Scott Williams | (559) 730-3815 | firstname.lastname@example.org
Mario Bringetto | (559) 583-2560 | email@example.com
Industry and Technology Division Chair
Dean of CTE and Workforce Development
Thad Russell | (559) 688-3027 | firstname.lastname@example.org
Tulare College Center: Building A - A107 | Tulare Campus
- Associate of Science in Industrial Automation (AS)
- Associate of Science in Industrial Maintenance Technology (AS)
For a complete list of courses and descriptions visit: COURSES