Sample Electromechanical Technician Course Map

This sample course map represents the structured approach used to build the skills needed to be a well prepared 21st century Multi-Craft Maintenance Technician. This path of Job Related Training & Instruction (RTI), combined with hands on application, will prepare the apprentice to successfully complete the 3 to 4 years of required On-The-Job (OJT) training. 

Maintenance Fundamentals Courses

101 - Reading Blueprints
102 - Reading Schematics and Symbols
103 - Mathematics in the Plant
104 - Making Measurements
105 - Metals in the Plant
106 - Nonmetals in the Plant
107 - Hand Tools
108 - Portable Power Tools
109.1 - Industrial Safety and Health
110 - Troubleshooting Skills

Electrical Systems Courses

201- Basic Electricity and Electronics
202 - Batteries and DC Circuits
203 - Transformers and AC Circuits
204.1 - Electrical Measuring Instruments
205.1 - Electrical Safety and Protection
206 - DC Equipment and Controls
207 - Single-Phase Motors
208 - Three-Phase Systems
209 - AC Control Equipment
210 - Electrical Troubleshooting
211 - Electrical Safety in the Workplace—
Understanding NFPA 70E®

Mechanical Systems Courses

301 - Basic Mechanics
302 - Lubricants and Lubrication
303.1 - Power Transmission Equipment
304 - Bearings
305 - Pumps
306 - Piping Systems
307 - Basic Hydraulics
308 - Hydraulic Troubleshooting
309 - Basic Pneumatics
310 - Pneumatic Troubleshooting

Air-Conditioning & Refrigeration Systems Courses

431 - The Refrigeration Cycle
432 - Refrigerants & Refrigerant Oils
433 - Compressors
434 - Evaporators and Metering Devices
435 - Condensers and Cooling Towers
436 - Piping
437 - Control Systems
438 - Air-Handling Systems
439 - System Troubleshooting
440 - Absorption Chillers
441 - Heat Pumps
442 - Heating System Basics
443 - Heating System Equipment

Ammonia Refrigeration Courses

462 - Positive-Displacement Compressors

Building & Grounds Maintenance Courses

361 - Introduction to Carpentry
362 - Constructing the Building Shell
363 - Finishing the Building Interior
366 - Flat Roof Maintenance
367 - Plumbing Systems Maintenance
374 - Locks and Key Systems

Energy Conservation Courses

376 - Energy Conservation Basics
377 - Energy Losses in Buildings
378 - Heating/Cooling System Efficiency
379 - Mechanical Energy Conservation
380 - Electrical Energy Conservation

Foundations of Technology Course

391 - Force and Motion

Industrial Hazard Control Course

151 - Chemical Hazards: OSHA’s Hazard Communication Standard

Machine Shop Practices Courses

315 - Machine Shop Practice
316 - Machine Shop Turning Operations
317 - Machine Shop Shaping Operations
323 - Machine Shop Job Analysis
324 - Lathe- Turning Work Between Centers
325 - Lathe-Machining Work in a Chuck
326 - Basic Milling Procedures
327 - Indexed Milling Procedures
328 - Multiple-Machine Procedures

Machine Tool Series Courses

161 - Measurements
162 - Basic Hand Tools
163 - Work Planning and Setup
164 - Metal Cutting Fundamentals
165 - Cutting Tools I
166 - Cutting Tools II

Material Handling Systems Course

331 - Bulk-Handling Conveyors

Mechanical Maintenance Applications Courses

341 - Mechanical Drive Maintenance
342 - Mechanical and Fluid Drive Systems
343 - Bearing and Shaft Seal Maintenance
344 - Pump Installation and Maintenance
345 - Maintenance Pipefitting
346 - Tubing & Hose System Maintenance
347 - Valve Maintenance/Piping System Protection

Packaging Machinery

311 - Introduction to Packaging
312 - Packaging Machinery
313 - Casing Machinery

Process Control Instrumentation Courses

271 - Introduction to Process Control

Rigging & Equipment Installation Courses

318 - Industrial Rigging
319 - Equipment Installation

Robotics Course

501 - Introduction to Robotics

Water/Wastewater Treatment Courses

381 - Introduction to Water Technology
382 - Wastewater Treatment Processes
383 - Maintaining Wastewater Equipment

Welding Courses

416 - Blueprint Reading for Welders
417 - Welding Principles
418 - Oxyfuel Operations
419 - Arc Welding Operations

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