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Advanced Manufacturing Maintenance: PLC Specialty

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Manufacturing Maintenance Technicians are in high demand.

This program prepares students for employment in technical fields that require hands-on skills in advanced industrial electrical and machine repair occupations.

Learn skills needed in the manufacturing, troubleshooting, or maintenance of equipment and components of an advanced manufacturing facility.

Why This Program?

  • Hands-on training

  • Learn by doing - No homework

  • Courses focused on working adults - Support system to help you succeed

  • Financial aid available - To those who qualify

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Program Modules

  • Blueprint Reading/Schematics

  • Basic Industrial Electricity

  • Electrical Troubleshooting

  • Introduction to Lathes and Mills

  • Machine Controls

  • 3D Printing & Design

  • Motors and Controllers

  • OSHA 10

  • Power Transmission

  • Programmable Logic Controls 1-5

  • Robotics

  • Welding: MIG, TIG, & Stick

  • Professional Development

Certifications Available

  • Forklift Safety

  • OSHA 10

  • NIMS

College Agreements

  • Rhodes State Community College

Enrollment

Schedule Options

Full Program
600-hour program, 17-module program

Individual Modules
Any 36-hour module listed above

Individual modules are a great option for individuals who require specific updates to enhance their current skills or companies looking to advance the credentials of their workforce.

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Start Date
September 3, 2024

Monday - Thursday
5:00 - 9:00 pm

600 Hours / $8,874*

Location:
Adult Technology Center

*Cost includes books, testing fees, tool kit, and lab fees.

Program Contact

Wendell Meyers
Industrial Training Coordinator  
meyersw@uppervalleycc.org
937.778.1980 x307

Adult Technology Center
8901 Looney Road | Piqua, Ohio

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Graduation and Employment Rates based on ACCSC's Annual Report

Advanced Manufacturing Maintenance: PLC Specialty
(Information represents the following cohorts: March 2021, July 2021, September 2021 and February 2022)

Graduation Rate
- 9 Students Started / 5 Graduates / 56% Graduation Rate

Employment Placement in Field
- 4 Graduates Employed In Field / 80% Placement in Field