Maintenance Technician Apprentice
| 24 Credits |
Not Financial Aid Eligible
If you enjoy working with your hands, this could be a good career choice for you. Maintenance technicians work on mechanical and electrical equipment and machines in paper mills, foundries, production mills, food processing, schools and hospitals. Your work could include installing equipment, repairing and replacing units, and maintaining equipment. You’ll learn how to use measuring devices, lathes, drill presses and various hand tools. You’ll also learn about electrical drawings, electrical motors, programmable logic controllers and solid state devices. This program requires you to first be employed before starting your on-the-job and classroom instruction.
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