CMI 1266 - Roof Bolter Elec. Systems I

This course offers a short review of industrial electrical symbols and emphasizes practical electrical circuit analysis and troubleshooting procedures for roof bolters. This course will be offered as an intensive 22.5 hour lecture, discussion, and demonstration program. Content will vary from company to company, depending on the equipment utilized.

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CMI 1286 - Feeder-Breaker Elec. Systems I

This course offers a short review of industrial electrical symbols and emphasizes practical electrical circuit analysis and troubleshooting procedures for conveyor belt feeder-breakers. This course will be offered as an intensive 7. 5 or 15 hour lecture / discussion / demonstration. The course may vary from company to company, depending on equipment. This course is offered for variable credit and is repeatable to meet individual company training requirements and state and federal regulations.

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CMI 2223 - Elec. Law UG

This course clarifies the mandatory and recommended requirements of Title 30, CFR, Part 77, Subparts F through K and S, plus selected parts of Subparts A, B, and CD of Part 75. Because the course may vary from company to company this course is offered for variable credit. This course may be team taught with industry. This course may also be repeated when necessary to fulfill company training needs, state of Illinois and federal requirements.

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CMI 2639 - Elec Retraining UG/SUR

This course can be a cooperative teaching effort between industry and Coal Mining Technology which fulfills not only the electrical retraining requirements of qualified electricians but also their ongoing health and safety commitments throughout the year. It meets the current requirement of the U. S. Department of Labor's Mine Safety and Health Administration (MSHA) for electricians who possess underground, surface, and high-voltage electrical qualifications as specified in Title 30, Code of Federal Regulations, Part 75. Because times for topics vary from location to location, each operation has its own MSHA approved training plan to meet site specific needs; this course is offered for variable credit. This course is also being offered as repeatable to meet industry needs and state and federal regulations.

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