Electrical/Mechanical Maintenance Technology

What is 'Electrical/Mechanical maintenance technology (ELME)?

The Electrical-Mechanical Maintenace Technology program serves students by providing a diverse education in industrial trades and safety. OSHA training is an interal part of the program which also incudes classes in hydraulics/pneumatics, mechanical power transmission, and electrical. Additional topics Including electrical print reading, motor controls, and PLC writing, communication and basic programming. A major strength of the program is the strong hands-on approach to learning.

Is it for you?

Are you able to follow written directions, good at solving problems, able to read and follow schematics, physically able to perform industrial maintenance work, good at reading and math and able to work independently or on a team?

Jobs and Salary Expectations

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Program Faculty

Geoff Horejs 531-622-4031

Program Descriptions

Associate Degrees:

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Credit Classes and Registration

Gainful Employment Information

The US Department of Education requires colleges to disclose a variety of information for any financial aid eligible program that "Prepares students for Gainful Employment in a recognized occupation."  The following are Gainful Employment program(s), meaning they are certificate program(s) that are intended to lead directly to employment.  We hope that this information is helpful to our current students and to prospective students as they make their career and educational choices.

Electrical/Mechanical Systems (EMEMS) - Career Certificate
Electrical Plant Maintenance (EMEPM) - Career Certificate
General Plant Maintenance (EMGPM) - Career Certificate
Industrial Electrical (EMINE) - Career Certificate (5 months)
Industrial Electrical Technician (EMMCE) - Certificate of Achievement
Programmable Logic Controllers (EMPLC) - Career Certificate
Production Maintenance (EMPRM) - Career Certificate