Industrial Maintenance


The Industrial Maintenance Program (IMG) is designed and managed to produce highly skilled individuals in the areas of mechanical and electrical industrial machinery repair. The program consists of Mechanical Training, including numerous types of power transmission techniques, belt drive systems, chain drives, gear drives, alignment methods, and also coupling methods. Students are trained in pneumatic and hydraulic symbology, operation, and application. Student training also includes basic electrical motor control, sensors, variable frequency drives, AC and DC motor theory, and operation and troubleshooting. The program ends with an extensive training period of Programmable Logic Controller (PLC) training, to include both programming and troubleshooting. As part of the IMG program training, students are exposed to a considerable amount of math. 


Information Detail
Time Commitment Full Time, Part Time
Typical Program Length 16 Months
Clock Hours 1,728
Class Type Day, Night
Credentials Certificate, Diploma
Total Tuition/Fees $5,409.00
Textbook/Supplies Cost $1,116.00

Program Credentials

Option NameHoursCredentials
Industrial Maintenance Helper432Certificate
Industrial Maintenance Apprentice864Certificate
Industrial Maintenance Apprentice II1296Certificate
Industrial Maintenance Technician1728Diploma

Campus Locations

McMinnville Campus
241 Vo-Tech Drive
McMinnville, TN 37110
Coffee County Instructional Service Center
91 Volunteer Parkway
Manchester, TN 37355


First Trimester: 
Worker Characteristic
Safety and Orientation
Technology Foundations
Hand and Power Tools
Industrial Print Reading
Measurement Tapes Mics and Calipers
Mechanical Power Transmission
Ohms Law
Electrical Circuits and Components
Electrical Test Equipment
Electrical Circuit Analysis
Electrical Machinery
NIDA Computer Base Training
Second Trimester: 
Worker Characteristic
Fluid Power
Motors and Motor Control Systems
Welding Shop Safety
Arc Welding
T-Joint Welding
Mig Welding
Tig Welding
Third Trimester: 
Worker Characteristic
Motor Control Wiring and Troubleshooting
Introduction to PLC Programming
Fourth Trimester: 
Worker Characteristic
PLC Programming and Troubleshooting
Introduction to Robotics

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