423-502. Apprentice Maintenance Fund. (1 Credit)
Learn how to apply basic maintenance fundamental procedures to simulated and actual situations.
423-503. Industrial Safety Apprentices. (1 Credit)
Learn industrial safety concepts and safe work practices. Explore OSHA, lockout/tagout, personal protective equipment, hazardous communication, electrical safety, industrial hygiene, machine guarding, fall protection and permit-required confined spaces. Upon completing this course, you can earn the OSHA 10-hour General Industry card.
423-504. Blueprint for Apprentices. (1 Credit)
Learn universally applicable techniques for interpreting mechanical and industrial drawings through the study of drawing standards, abbreviations, basic rules for dimensioning and various views.
423-505. Maint Mill II. (3 Credits)
Develop skills as an apprentice in areas such as metallurgy, machine operation and machine repair.
423-506. Apprentice Metals Technology. (1 Credit)
Explore basic ferrous metallurgy and the properties of metals. Review both destructive and non-destructive testing of metals, and briefly investigate the properties of cast irons, stainless steels and aluminum.
423-507. Apprentice Machining. (1 Credit)
Gain knowledge and skills in machine tool safety, processes, operation, precision measurement and cutting conditions. Produce several acceptable piece parts from standard blueprints.
423-508. Apprentice Machine Repair. (1 Credit)
Learn about machine tool assessment and machine repair techniques through discussion and lab. Topics include gear, chain and belt drives; ball screws; couplings; pumps; valves; packings and seals; lubrication and bearings. Apply industry standards to assess machine wear.
423-513. Equipment Install Apprentices. (1 Credit)
Learn the latest technology to safely rig, hoist and set in place equipment, and explore the fundamentals of alignment, bearing failure and installation.
423-514. Apprentice Pump Piping Systems. (1 Credit)
Learn to safely install, repair and maintain centrifugal pumps and piping systems. Practice current lubrication procedures.
423-520. Maint Mill IV. (2 Credits)
Develop skills as an apprentice needed in vibration analysis and other preventive maintenance techniques.