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IMT: Level I (Industrial Maintenance Level I) (INDMA)
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The Industrial Maintenance Technology program is designed to train students for employment and to advance in today’s technologically driven industrial workplace. The program provides students with a progression of three certificates that lead to the degree and provides current industry employees the opportunity to complete course requirements while maintaining a work schedule. Also, coursework included in the degree may transfer to a four-year college or university.

The certificate and degree programs qualify graduates for machine maintenance positions or advancement in the industrial plant.

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Semester 1
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FA2014
SP2015
INM 1200
Mechanics
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This course includes basic mechanics, lubrication, drive components, and bearings, as related to industrial applications. PREREQUISITE: Concurrent enrollment in or completion of INM 1206 Introduction to Industrial Maintenance Tech.

INM 1206
Introduction to Industrial Maintenance Technology
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Career exploration that provides an orientation to the field of Industrial Maintenance Technology. Employee qualifications and work-related characteristics, types of equipment, job duties, employment potential, career trends and safety operations will be explored.

INM 2200
Electro-Mechanics I
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This course includes basic electricity, batteries, AC and DC circuits, transformers, and electrical measuring instruments. PREREQUISITE: Concurrent enrollment in or completion of INM 1206 Introduction to Industrial Maintenance Tech.

INM 2210
Occupational Safety (OSHA)
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This course is based on the Occupational Safety & Health Training Course in General Industry Safety & Health and the Illinois Onsite Safety & Health Consultation Program. In this course the student will learn what the OSH Act is and why it became necessary in protecting the workforce in the United States, what the Federal Code of Regulations are and how to identify workplace hazards, and also how to work with industrial managers in eliminating these workplace hazards. PREREQUISITE: CIS 1104 Intro to Online Learning. Repeatable 3 times to upgrade current safety skill levels and qualifications requirement.

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Term Total
16
Program Total
16


We recommend that you contact an advisor before enrolling in any degree, certificate, or transfer program to ensure all requirements are met including total hours associated with transfer courses.

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