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Students prepare for National Center for Construction Education (NCCER) Certification in each program area through clasroom theory and lab application later in the program. Our industry-current lab facilities are equipped with Electromechanical Trainers; Motor Control Simulators; Wind/Solar Training Stations & Grid Tie Systems; Pneumatic Training Apparatus; Greenlee Computerized Conduit Bender; PLC Trainers; Multiprocess Welding Stations; Fabricator; and Virtual Welder.

Students are required to to obtain 50 hours of job shadowing, which provides valuable employer connections, outside of scheduled classroom hours.

Tim Dean
NCCER Certified Master Trainer, State of Ohio Licensed Class "A" Electrical Contractor,
NCCER Certified & Licensed Electrical Safety & Hazards Instructor and Wind & Solar and Alternative Energy Subject Matter Expert

Industrial Electrical Maintenance & Green Technology Courses:

  • Introduction to the Power Industry
    This module sets the stage for trainees entering the electrical energy production and distribution field. It describes the many ways in which electricity can be produced, from burning fossil fuels such as coal and natural gas, to harnessing nuclear energy, and using renewable energy sources such as wind, geothermal, and solar energy.

  • Industrial Electrical Maintenance and Instrumentation Level 1
    Topics of instruction include: orientation to the trade; tools of the trade; fasteners & anchors; oxyfuel cutting; gaskets & packing; craft related mathematics; construction drawings; pumps & drivers; valves; intro. to test equipment; material handling & hand rigging; mobile & support equipment; lubrication.

  • Industrial Electrical Maintenance and Instrumentation Level 2
    Topics of instruction include: industrial safety for E & I technicians; intro. to national electric code; electrical theory; alternating current; E & I test equipment; flow, pressure, level & temperature; process mathematics; hand bending; tubing; clean, purge & test tubing & piping systems; instrument drawings & documents part 1; conductors & cables; conductor terminations & splices.

  • Managing Electrical Hazards
    Introduces electrical hazards in the workplace and describes how to avoid electrical hazards and how to analyze and document shock and arc flash hazards; and how to plan and conduct work around them. Includes examples of how to complete an energized electrical work permit, and how to select the specialized personal protective equipment required for electrical work.

  • Introduction to Wind Energy
    Introduces the fundamentals of generating electrical power from wind energy. A brief history of wind energy is included as well as wind science, the interception of wind energy through a rotor, and an identification of major wind turbine generator components.

  • Introduction to Solar Photovoltaics (P/V)
    Covers the basic concepts of PV systems and their components, along with general sizing and electrical/mechanical design requirements. Also provides an overview of performance analysis and troubleshooting.

  • BasicWelding & Cutting
    Student gain experience in oxyfuel cutting safety, equipment and usage; cutting straight lines, squares piercing and slots, bevels; washing and gouging. Students are introduced to Shielded Metal Arc Welding (S.M.A.W.) and Mig Welding (G.M.A.W.) as they pertain to uses in maintenance.

Schedule (600-hour program)

  • October 3, 2016 - June 15, 2017

  • 4:30 p.m. - 9:00 p.m.

  • Monday through Thursday

Fees (600-hour program)
Program Total
*Fees include books, tools, lab fees, two A.W.S. certification assessments, and personal/career counseling services.
Fees may change before class begins.

Contact Director:
Sonja Pluck

600 Esley Lane

Mansfield, OH 44905

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