Industrial Electrical Maintenance

Prepare for an in-demand career in maintenance by learning a new trade or upgrading your skills!
Learn through instruction in both classroom and industry-current electrical and welding lab facilities. Labs include electromechanical trainers; motor control simulators; wind/solar training stations & grid tie systems; pneumatic training apparatus; Greenlee computerized conduit bender; PLC trainers; multi-process welding stations; fabricator; and virtual welder. Gain multiple NCCER certifications and certify to American Welding Society (AWS) standards in one process.
Students complete 50 hours of required job shadowing. This experience has provided students with valuable employer connections, and sometimes job offers!

WATCH: Our virtual open house of the Industrial Electrical Maintenance Program


600-hour program
  • Starts November 29, 2021
  • 5:00 p.m. - 9:30 p.m.
  • Monday through Thursday


600-hour program
Program Total$6,723
*Fees include books, lab fees, tools, certification assessments, and personal/career counseling services.

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North Central State College

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Tim Dean 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
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