Industrial Maintenance Technicians design, install, operate, maintain, and repair complex industrial machinery, as well as diagnose and solve equipment problems machinery using a wide array of skills, including tool expertise; error analysis; machinery upkeep; small-scale fabrication and repairs; and, electrical work. They also read schematics are educated in safety procedure in order to endure the success of production in industries.
With a Certificate of Technical Studies in Industrial Maintenance, students will learn to work as Maintenance Workers in industrial/petrochemical plants with the potential to earn an average of $24,601 to $41,515, annually.
The Associate of Applied Science in Industrial Technology or PTEC prepares students to become process technicians who control and monitor the systems that run chemical plants, maintain safe work areas, and keep plants running efficiently and safely.
Depending on the industry, our Associate of Applied Science degree prepares students to earn an average of $36,172 to $58,800 and more, annually.
Industrial Technologists help make production easier and more efficient.
Our Industrial Technology Technical Competency Area (TCA) gives students who complete the program an OSHA 30 Safety Credential and the skills to secure entry-level positions with a Plant Maintenance Contractor.
You may also reference the Nunez Community College Catalog Page for more information including Semester Calendars, Tuition and Fee Schedules, Course Descriptions, and more. (Important Note: Course and Credit Hour requirements are based upon the College Catalog for the Academic Year that the student declared their major.)