Industrial Maintenance/Millwright

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Industrial Maintenance/Millwright

INDM101W Rigging & Hoisting
(1 Credit)
The course covers the basic skills and equipment needed to lift heavy loads and equipment. It will provide the student with an understanding of each of the major components and how to safely select and use common lifting aids, equipment, and lifts.

INDM105W Intro to Maintenance/Millwright
(1 Credit)
The course covers some of the basic skills necessary for a maintenance millwright in industry. It will provide the student with an understanding of the general duties and safe operating practices. It will also provide the basic hands-on training needed to operate common hand, power and precision tools, install various fasteners, and work with materials found in industrial equipment and workplaces. The basics of maintenance systems and operations will also be covered.

INDM109W Safety in Industry
(3 Credits)
This course is intended to provide information and training on how to identify, abate, avoid and prevent job related hazards on a job site as well as information about their rights and employer responsibilities. The training covers a variety of general industry safety and health hazards which a worker may encounter and is based on OSHA guidelines. The course emphasizes hazard identification, avoidance, control and prevention, not OSHA standards.

INDM112W Mechanical Systems
(4 Credits)
The course covers the basic operation and maintenance of mechanical systems common in industry today.  It will provide the student with an understanding of each of the major components and how they operate including belt, chain and gear drives, bearings and shafts.  It will also provide the basic hands-on training needed to install, maintain and repair them in the field.  The basics of lubrication will also be covered.

INDM113W Pumps and Compressors
(2 Credits)
The course covers the basic operation and maintenance of pumps and compressors common in industry today. It will provide the student with an understanding of each of the major components and how the different types operate. It will also provide the basic hands-on training needed to maintain and repair them in the field. The basics of pneumatic and piping systems will also be covered.

INDM116W Industrial  Safety
(1 Credit)
This course covers safety hazards associated with working in an industrial setting.  Topics covered will include basic first aid, wearing proper personal protective equipment, working safely in confined spaces, lockout/tagout, SDSs, and proper use of fall-arrest systems.  These safety principles will be applied in other industrial maintenance courses. 

INDM118W Industrial Cutting
(2 Credits)
Students will become proficient in multiple cutting processes utilizing oxy-fuel torches, plasma torches, and Carbon Arc Cutting. Gouging techniques and beveling with different processes will also be introduced in this course.  Special focus will be on cutting safety and cutting techniques specific to industrial settings, including the removal of nuts from bolts with oxy-fuel torches.

INDM120W Introduction to SMAW
(3 Credits)
This course focuses on the introduction of shielded metal arc welding utilizing a mixture of theory and hands-on application.  Students will safely practice all position welding on carbon steel using electrodes commonly utilized in industrial settings.  This course is designed to prepare the student for Advanced Welding Processes.

INDM122W Reading Mechanical Prints I
(2 Credits)
Students will learn how to recognize basic layout, designations and standards used in mechanical prints.  They will learn print terminology including dimensioning types and methods, symbols, notes, and other standard print features. Orthographic, isometric, and oblique views will be introduced and students will practice sketching in each of these views.

INDM124W Industrial Math
(2 Credits)
This course is designed to help the student solve basic math problems in an industrial setting. Topics covered will include a review of general math principles in the standard and metric systems of measurement, fraction to decimal conversion, dividing and multiplying fractions and decimals, measurement and measurement tools, basic layout, and measure of area and volume.

INDM126W FCAW Industrial Certification
(3 Credits)
The Flux Core Arc Welding Industrial Certification course will provide students with the necessary skills to successfully complete the American Welding Society D 1.5 unlimited thickness structural steel test using .045” diameter wire in the 3G and 4G positions.  Students will learn the applicable theory behind flux core arc welding and proper safety procedures.

INDM230W FCAW Industrial Hydraulics and Pneumatics
(3 Credits)
Students will learn the principles and applications of hydraulics and pneumatics in industrial settings. The flow of fluids and gases in hydraulic and pneumatic circuits will be covered utilizing a combination of theory and hands-on exposure. 

INDM232W Reading Mechanical Prints ll
(2 Credits)
Students will learn how to interpret information and dimensions on different types of prints.  Weld symbols and weldments will be covered extensively. Upon completion, the student will be able to generate a print utilizing proper weld symbols, dimensioning, and other pertinent print information. 

INDM234W Precision Tools and Alignment
(2 Credits)
Students will learn how to accurately measure components and parts utilizing precision measuring tools including rules, protractors, calipers and micrometers.  They will also learn how to align components properly to avoid problems associated with excessive vibration.  Various methods including dial indicator fixtures, and electronic and laser measuring devices will be introduced.

INDM236W Advanced Welding Processes
(4 Credits)
This course focuses on the introduction of gas tungsten arc welding utilizing a mixture of theory and hands-on application.  Students will safely practice all position welding with carbon steel, stainless steel, and aluminum filler metals commonly utilized in industrial settings.  Other industrial welding processes and tools will be introduced.

INDM238W SMAW Industrial Certification
(3 Credits)
The SMAW Industrial Certification course will provide students with the necessary skills to successfully complete the American Welding Society D 1.5 unlimited thickness structural steel test using E7018 Shielded Metal Arc Welding in the 3G and 4G positions.  Students will continue to practice proper industrial workplace safety procedures.