Delta Region MS

CAREER TYPE

Maintenance Technician

Industrial maintenance technicians are responsible for assembling, installing, and maintaining/repairing machinery used in the manufacturing or industrial environment.

CAREER TYPE KEY FACTS:

Salary Range Potential: Starting salary: $39,000 to $45,000 per year

Class Types:

  • Mechanical Industrial Maintenance, Fundamentals of Construction and Manufacturing, Motor Control Systems, Mechanical Systems, Hydraulics and Pneumatics

TRAINING CENTER PROGRAMS

Industrial Maintenance Technology-Maintenance Technician

The Industrial Maintenance Trades curriculum is a career— Technical program designed to prepare students for entry-level employment as multi-skilled maintenance technicians. Industrial maintenance trade technicians are responsible for assembling, installing, and maintaining and repairing machinery used in the manufacturing or industrial environment. Students receive basic instruction in a wide variety of areas including safety, machinery maintenance and troubleshooting/service, blueprint reading, basic welding and cutting operations, basic machining operations, fundamentals of piping and hydro-testing, and fundamentals of industrial electricity.

Example of Class Types

Mathematics, hand bending, tubing, clean purge, and test tubing and piping systems, instrument drawings and documents (part one), conductors and cables, and conductors terminations and splices.

  Day and Night Classes:

Day classes

Pre-requisites required:
Contact for more information

Length of Program
2 years

Summary of Program Requirements
Contact for more information

Skills Needed
Troubleshooting, Critical Thinking, Mechanical Knowledge
Coahoma Community College
Clarksdale

Contact
Earl Walker
(662) 621-4170
ewalker@coahomacc.edu



 
Industrial Maintenance Technology-Maintenance Technician

The Industrial Engineering Management Technology program is designed to prepare students to meet the growing demands of industry for employees with expertise in manufacturing processes, statistical quality control, production management, automation, and computer-aided manufacturing.

Example of Class Types

Contact for more information.

  Day and Night Classes:

Day Classes Only

Pre-requisites required:
Contact for more information.

Length of Program
*Technical Certification *Associate of Applied Science

Summary of Program Requirements
Contact for more information.

Skills Needed
Troubleshooting, Critical Thinking, Mechanical Knowledge
Holmes Community College
Ridgeland Campus

Contact
Allison Deweese
662-605-3345
adweese@holmescc.edu



 
Industrial Maintenance Technology-Maintenance Technician

Maintenance Technology program offers both a Technical certificate and an associate degree (AAS) option that provide individuals with the basic skills and concepts necessary to install, operate, maintain, and repair electrical, mechanical, and automated systems and equipment in large commercial, medical, institutional, and industrial workplaces. By obtaining the associate degree, graduates gain a competitive edge by also being prepared to manage resources and plan for the future. The number of elective hours in the second year, as well as the availability of online or hybird course offerings, allows a student seeking an associate degree to tailor courses to meet his/her specific career goals

Example of Class Types

Contact for more information.

  Day and Night Classes:

Day Classes Only

Pre-requisites required:
Contact for more information.

Length of Program
Certification and Associate of Applied Science

Summary of Program Requirements
Contact for more information.

Skills Needed
Troubleshooting, Critical Thinking, Mechanical Knowledge
Holmes Community College
Grenada Center

Contact
Tracy Herring
662-227-2350
therring@holmescc.edu



 
Industrial Maintenance Technology-Maintenance Technician

Students receive basic instruction in a wide variety of areas, including safety, machinery maintenance and troubleshooting/service, blueprint reading, basic welding and cutting operations, basic machining operations, fundamentals of piping and hydro-testing and fundamentals of industrial electricity.

Example of Class Types

Mechanical Industrial Maintenance, Fundamentals of Construction and Manufacturing, Motor Control Systems, Mechanical Systems, Hydraulics and Pneumatics

  Day and Night Classes:

Day Classes Only

Pre-requisites required:
Admission to the College does not guarantee enrollment in any specific course or program. Selective admission programs have a limited number of openings each year and have specific entry-level admission requirements that must be met before selection for admission to the program. Those who wish to apply must complete an online selective admission application for the Industrial Maintenance program and have taken the ACT and Workkeys test.

Length of Program
2 year Associate of Applied Science

Summary of Program Requirements
Admission to the College does not guarantee enrollment in any specific course or program. Selective admission programs have a limited number of openings each year and have specific entry-level admission requirements that must be met before selection for admission to the program. Those who wish to apply must complete an online selective admission application for the Industrial Maintenance program and have taken the ACT and Workkeys test.

Skills Needed
Troubleshooting, Critical Thinking, Mechanical Knowledge
Itawamba Community College
Belden Center

Contact
Carrie Lindsey
662-407-1411
celindsey@issms.edu
Ashley Brown
662-407-1407
jabrown@iccms.edu
 
Industrial Maintenance Technology-Maintenance Technician

Maintenance Technology program offers both a Technical certificate and an associate degree (AAS) option that provide individuals with the basic skills and concepts necessary to install, operate, maintain, and repair electrical, mechanical, and automated systems and equipment in large commercial, medical, institutional, and industrial workplaces. By obtaining the associate degree, graduates gain a competitive edge by also being prepared to manage resources and plan for the future. The number of elective hours in the second year, as well as the availability of online or hybird course offerings, allows a student seeking an associate degree to tailor courses to meet his/her specific career goals

Example of Class Types

Contact for more information.

  Day and Night Classes:

Day Classes Only

Pre-requisites required:
Contact for more information.

Length of Program
Certification and Associate of Applied Science

Summary of Program Requirements
Contact for more information.

Skills Needed
Troubleshooting, Critical Thinking, Mechanical Knowledge
Northeast Mississippi Community College
Grenada Center

Contact
William Johnson
662-720-7422
wwjohnson@nemcc.edu
Matt Sandlin
662-720-7504
mbsandlin@nemcc.edu
 
Industrial Maintenance Technology-Maintenance Technician

The Industrial Electronics Engineering Technology program, located on the Senatobia campus, focuses on fundamentals of electronics and related mathematics. The program offers comprehensive, theoretical and practical knowledge of electronics technology. It also explores the hardware and programming aspects of controllers used in industrial processes. Students receive instruction in circuits, digital electronics, microprocessors and fiber optics

Example of Class Types

Fundamentals of electronics and related mathematics

  Day and Night Classes:

Day Classes Only

Pre-requisites required:
A completed NWCC application for admission. An official copy of ACT or SAT scores (ACT required for Mississippi residents). An official copy of a transcript from an accredited high school that includes a graduation date; or an official copy of GED scores; or an official copy of college or military transcript(s) from all colleges attended; of if attending another college full-time and attending Northwest part-time, attending an evening class or during a summer semester, a letter of good standing from a full-time college attended.

Length of Program
Contact for more information.

Summary of Program Requirements
A completed NWCC application for admission. An official copy of ACT or SAT scores (ACT required for Mississippi residents). An official copy of a transcript from an accredited high school that includes a graduation date; or an official copy of GED scores; or an official copy of college or military transcript(s) from all colleges attended; of if attending another college full-time and attending Northwest part-time, attending an evening class or during a summer semester, a letter of good standing from a full-time college attended.

Skills Needed
Troubleshooting, Critical Thinking, Mechanical Knowledge
Northwest Community College
Senatobia Campus

Contact
Katie Broadway
662-562-3954
kbroadway@northwestms.edu