Millwright (423)

423-500. Maint Mill I. (3 Credits)

Develop skills needed to progress from an apprentice to a competent journeyperson by studying safety, blueprint reading, and trade theory.

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423-500A. Apprentice Maintenance Fund. (1 Credit)

This course is designed to instruct the apprentice how to apply basic maintenance fundamental procedures to simulated and actual applications.

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423-500B. Industrial Safety Apprentices. (1 Credit)

This course is designed to instruct the apprentice with industrial safety concepts and ensuring safe work practices. Topics include OSHA, Lock out/Tag out, Personal Protective Equipment, Hazardous Communication, Electrical Safety, Industrial Hygiene, Machine Guarding, Fall Protection and Permit-Required Confined Spaces. Upon successful completion of this course, the apprentice will have the opportunity to be awarded the OSHA 10-hour for General Industry card.

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423-500C. Blueprint for Apprentices. (1 Credit)

In this course the apprentice will learn universally applicable techniques for interpreting mechanical and industrial drawings through the study of drawing standards, abbreviations, basic rules for dimensioning, and various views.

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423-505. Maint Mill II. (3 Credits)

Develop skills as an apprentice in areas such as metallurgy, machine operation and machine repair.

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423-505A. Apprentice Metals Technology. (1 Credit)

The purpose of this course is to educate apprentices in the areas of basic ferrous metallurgy and the properties of metals. Apprentices will review both destructive and non-destructive testing of metals. Although the emphasis of the course will be on basic ferrous metallurgy; the course will briefly cover the properties of cast irons, stainless steels, and aluminum.

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423-505B. Apprentice Machining. (1 Credit)

This course is designed to provide apprentices with knowledge and applications of machine tool safety, processes, operation, precision measurement and cutting conditions. The student will be required to produce a number of acceptable piece parts from standard blueprints.

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423-505C. Apprentice Machine Repair. (1 Credit)

In this course apprentices learn about machine tool assessment and machine repair techniques through discussion and lab. Lecture topics will include but are not limited to drives (gear, chain and belt), ball screws, couplings, pump, valves, packings and seals, lubrication, and bearings. Machine wear assessment is stressed using industry standards.

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423-515. Maint Mill III. (2 Credits)

Further develop skills and knowledge as an apprentice in failure diagnosis and maintenance procedures.

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423-515A. Equipment Install Apprentices. (1 Credit)

The apprentice will learn the latest technology to safely rig, hoist and set in place equipment as well as learn the fundamentals of alignment, bearing failure and installation.

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423-515B. Apprentice Pump Piping Systems. (1 Credit)

The apprentice will gain knowledge to safely install, repair, and maintain centrifugal pumps, piping systems as well as current lubrication procedures.

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423-520. Maint Mill IV. (2 Credits)

Develop skills as an apprentice needed in vibration analysis and other preventive maintenance techniques.

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