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Coal Mining Technology Prod. Mgmt. (CMT)
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The Coal Mining Technology Certificate programs are de-signed to prepare students to fulfill specific job requirements in production-management and maintenance areas of various industries. Students who complete the Certificate Program(s) should qualify for technical-level positions in industries in maintenance and/or production-management. Typical job titles would include electrician, repairman, mine manager, mine examiner, section foreman, fluid power technician, and maintenance technician.

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Semester 1
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FA2014
SP2015
CMT 1210
Accident Prevention
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A comprehensive safety course designed to develop student awareness of a wide range of coal mining specific hazards, general accident prevention techniques and principles, and the avoidance of such hazardous situations. The course will stress accident analysis, analyzing problems, developing good safety, and accident investigation.

CMT 1230
First Aid
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This course is designed to provide the student with the knowledge necessary for the temporary and immediate care of a person who is injured or suddenly becomes ill. The class will include recognizing life-threatening conditions and taking effective action to keep the injured or ill person alive and in the best possible condition until medical treatment can be obtained. This course will be taught according to American Red Cross and American Heart Association standards and recommendations.

CMT 1260
Mining Problems
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This course acquaints students with problems of management in the day-to-day operation of a coal mine. The union, management relations, grievances, and contract disputes are discussed. Responsibilities and duties of management and hourly employees are examined.

CMT 1280
Management Skills in Mining
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This course is designed to make the student cognizant of supervisory and human relations skills needed for high productivity and safety in mining. The student is introduced to arbitration case processes.

Term Total
16
Semester 2
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FA2014
SP2015
CMT 1220
Roof Control
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A comprehensive course designed to develop a working knowledge of roof and rib hazards, recognition, cause, and avoidance. Students will become familiar with the techniques used to avoid roof and rib hazards.

CMT 1240
Mining Law
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This course introduces the student to federal and Illinois state laws governing the operation of any underground coal mine. Intent and statement of the Illinois Coal Mining Act and Code of Federal Regulations, Parts 70 and 75, are covered in depth.

CMT 1250
Mine Ventilation
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This course is designed to instruct the student in the importance, terms, and operation of a coal mine ventilation system. A logical progression of ventilation procedures from surface installations through main intake air courses, face ventilation, and main return air courses of an operating mine. The student will also be instructed in the state and federal laws governing ventilation of a coal mine.

CMT 1290
Supervisory Skills in Mining
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This course is a training program for coal mine section supervisors. Students review interpersonal relations including planning, leading, directing, and controlling personnel.

Term Total
15
Program Total
31


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