Anyone age 16 or older may enroll in a short-term class on a first-come, first-served basis. Certain regulations may apply. Enrollment is taken by the Adult Education/ACD staff Monday through Thursday from 8AM-9:30PM.
CALL TO APPLY
Drumright Campus: 918-352-2551 Sapulpa Campus: 918-224-9300
The Industrial Maintenance Program offers a sequence of courses designed to prepare individuals for employment in various manufacturing environments. While individuals are encouraged to complete the entire sequence of courses in the order listed, beginning with safety, and earn an Industrial Maintenance Certificate, each course may be taken as an individual stand-alone course. After completion of the career track, students will receive certification in the following areas: OSHA 10, CPR/First Aid, forklift, bridge crane, DC electricity, AC electricity, hydraulics & pneumatics, industrial motor control, programmable control (PLC) and will finish with the Industrial Maintenance Certificate. According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor, the starting salary for individuals with this certification is $22 an hour.
SAFETY, HEALTH, & WORK PRACTICES
Introduction to occupational safety, health and environmental practices, and associated equipment including: safety mindset and attitude, personal safety equipment, general safety policies and procedures, hazards communications, emergency response, first aid and CPR, industrial hygiene, exposure monitoring, and environmental compliance. This course will give students an overview of various governmental regulations mandated by OSHA. Additionally this course covers forklift and bridge crane certification.
INDUSTRIAL MOTOR CONTROL
This course has been developed to provide a working knowledge and understanding of the operating principles, applications, and troubleshooting of electromechanical motor control systems. This course includes in-class discussion and hands-on lab experiments.
This is a study of programmable controllers as they relate to the control of automated systems. Included is a study of the memory system and I/O interaction, specifications, wiring logic concepts, number systems and codes, the instruction set, ladder logic programming, and application problems.
INTRODUCTION TO MACHININGThe primary machines used in machining are the engine lathe (metal lathe), milling machine (both horizontal and, most typically, vertical) and a drill press. These and other machines can be either manual or automated. Machinists are people trained in the operation of such machinery and processes. Machinists work in prototyping new parts, on production lines, and in repair and maintenance facilities. Machinists provide a necessary and vital service to all industries. In this course you will be introduced on how to use a manual engine lathe and a vertical mill to make intricate, precise, and complex parts with a high degree of repeatable accuracy. This course is a part of the industrial maintenance series of classes offered at Central Tech.