The Heavy Industrial Maintenance Program provides students an opportunity to learn about the industry as it relates to commercial building maintenance. Skill competencies include a variety of electrical and maintenance skills, including industrial wiring, gas metal arc, and shielded metal arc welding. Participants learn about basic safety, electrical safety, welding safety, construction math, hand tools, power tools, blueprints, communication skills, employability skills, fasteners and anchors, gaskets and packing, pumps and drives, valves, test instruments, lubrication, material handling and rigging, mobile and support equipment.
The course of study correlates to Core Curriculum and Level 1 of the National Center for Construction Education and Research (NCCER) standards in partnership with the Associated Builders and Contractors, Inc. (ABC) . Upon successful completion of the Industrial Maintenance Program, students are eligible to become certified in Core Curriculum, and Level 1 Industrial Maintenance, provided by NCCER.