Thursday – October 17, 2019

Manufacturing Maintenance (2019-2020)

Technical Diploma
School of Technology and Applied Sciences / Manufacturing Career Cluster

Downtown Milwaukee Campus
Program Code: 32-462-1
 

For Information: 414-297-6315
Downtown Milwaukee Campus, 414-297-MATC


Overview — Find your future in the manufacturing industry with a role in the fast-growing field of manufacturing maintenance. 

MATC’s Manufacturing Maintenance program prepares you to install, maintain, operate, diagnose and repair equipment used in manufacturing industries, and maintain facilities/building systems used to create products.  

You will gain hands-on, practical experience in welding, hydraulics, HVAC, electricity, mechanical fundamentals and machine alignment through this program. Also build up your skills in electronics and in preventive/predictive maintenance. Learn and apply predictive and preventive maintenance methods; the basics of analysis, vibration analysis and basic rigging. 


Career Outlook — There is strong demand for maintenance workers at manufacturing sites.


Program Learning Outcomes

  • Demonstrate safe work procedures
  • Install industrial equipment and systems
  • Maintain industrial equipment and systems
  • Troubleshoot industrial equipment and systems
  • Repair industrial equipment and systems
  • Communicate technical information

 

Admission Requirement

  • A high school diploma or GED

 

Possible Careers
Field Service Technician
Industrial Maintenance Technician
Maintenance Mechanic
P
ress Mechanic
Maintenance Repair Mechanic

 

Related Programs
Advanced Manufacturing Technology
Welding
Refrigeration, Air Conditioning and Heating Service Technician
Machine Tool Operations
Mechatronics or Industrial Maintenance Apprenticeships


Start dates: August and January

Sixteen-Week Terms
( ) = Semester Order for Full-Time Students.

Current MATC students should consult their Academic Program Plan for specific curriculum requirements.

COURSES

Credits

     
(1) HVAC1-300

Basic Refrigeration/System Operation

4

     
(1) HVAC1-325

Oil Furnace Service and Maintenance

3

     
(1) ELECTY-308

Basic Skills for Electrical Wiring ‡

2

     
(1) ELECTY-390

Principles of Electricity 1

3

     
(1) QLTYIN-103

MSSC Safety

1

     
(1) QLTYIN-104

MSSC Quality

1

     
(1) MACHTL-360

Metrology

1

     
(1) CONSTR-302

OSHA Safety/CPR for the Trades ‡

1

     
(1) ENG-340

Workplace Communication

2

     
(2) HVAC1-301

Introduction to Refrigeration Service/
Applications ‡  

4

     
(2) HVAC1-326

Gas Furnace Servicing and
Maintenance ‡

3

     
(2) ELECTY-328

Electric Motor Control Wiring ‡

2

     
(2) ELECTY-391

Principles of Electricity 2 ‡ 

2

     
(2) MDRAFT-385

Machine Blueprint Reading 1

1

     
(2) MATH-113

College Technical Mathematics 1A ‡ 

3

     
(2)
 
QLTYIN-105

MSSC Process

1      
(2)

QLTYIN-106

MSSC Maintenance

1      
(3) HYDPNU-330

Basic Hydraulics/Pneumatics

5

     
(3) HYDPNU-338

Mechanical Systems

4

     
(3) WELD-300

Fundamentals of Arc Welding

1

     
(3) WELD-301

General Arc Welding ‡

2

     
(3) MFGMNT-352

Mechanical Drives 1

2

     
(4) HYDPNU-336

Fluid Power Circuits

4

     
(4) MACHTL-346

Machine Shop for Related Trades

2

     
(4) MFGMNT-332

Rigging and Lifting

2

     
(4) MFGMNT-353

Mechanical Drives 2 ‡

2

     
(4) MFGMNT-359

Mechanical Fabrication

2

     
(4) WELD-305

Fundamentals of Oxyfuel Welding

1

     
 


TOTAL CREDITS: 62


‡ Prerequisite required.

Program curriculum requirements are subject to change. 

For class times and locations or to register online, visit INFOnline.

Current MATC students should consult their Academic Program Plan for specific curriculum requirements.
 

Page updated April 2019.