Sample Lubricator/Oiler Course Map

This sample course map represents the structured approach used to build the skills needed to be a well prepared 21st century Lubricator/Oiler. This path of Job Related Training & Instruction (RTI), combined with hands on application, will prepare the apprentice to successfully complete the 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

Mechanical Systems Courses

301 - Basic Mechanics
302 - Lubricants and Lubrication
303.1 - Power Transmission Equipment
304 - Bearings
305 - Pumps
307 - Basic Hydraulics
309 - Basic Pneumatics

Industrial Hazard Control Course

151 - Chemical Hazards: OSHA’s Hazard Communication Standard

Mechanical Maintenance Applications Courses

341 - Mechanical Drive Maintenance

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