The Industrial Mechanics program is not accepting students for 2021-2022 year.
If you’re interested working in a hands-on career, check out WMCC’s Industrial Mechanics program. Industrial Maintenance employment opportunities are projected to grow at 17% per year, and work is available in diversified fields from ski resorts to pulp and paper mills to power generation plants. WMCC is preparing future Millwrights, who are responsible for installing and maintaining large gas and steam turbines in power plants, conveyor systems, and generators. Students will have instruction in TIG, Flux Cored, and Stick welding, as well as in hydraulics and Pneumatics, rigging and hoisting, and mechanical systems.
The Industrial Mechanics certificate teaches the requisite skills to enter the work force as a millwright or an industrial mechanic. It leverages existing partnerships with industry to launch students into a growing field with great career prospects. Industrial Maintenance job opportunities are projected to grow at 17% per year!
Millwrights are responsible for installing and maintaining large gas and steam turbines in power plants, conveyer systems, and generators. They also carry out precision work and industrial maintenance in manufacturing plants. The Industrial Mechanic program provides the student with the welding skills and knowledge necessary to achieve the AWS D 1.5 certifications in the SMAW (Stick) processes. The student will also learn the GMAW (MIG), FCAW, and GTAW (TIG) processes, along with the necessary safety skills and knowledge needed for employment in today’s industry.The student will also receive more detailed instruction in maintenance, including Hydraulics and Pneumatics, Rigging and Hoisting, and Mechanical Systems. This certificate also satisfies all of the prerequisites for the Pipe Welding Certificate.
Program available in Berlin.