Industrial Maintenance and Electrical Systems

About

The Industrial Maintenance and Electricity program is designed to help meet the identified need for trained and skilled maintenance electricity technicians. Incorporating classroom instruction and shop learning experience utilizing actual equipment and/or related training devices, the IME program is designed in its entirely for the technology student who is preparing for a career in industry. The IME program is five trimesters (432 hours each) in length with three core trimesters, after completing the core requirements students will select two of the four elective programs of study in which they will spend one trimester (432 hours) per elective.

There is a day and evening class available. 

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Overview

Information Detail
Time Commitment Full Time, Part Time
Typical Program Length 20 Months
Clock Hours 2,160
Class Type Day, Night
Credentials Certificate, Diploma
Total Tuition/Fees $6,680.00
Textbook/Supplies Cost $2,737.00

Program Credentials

Option NameHoursCredentials
Industrial Maintenance Apprentice432Certificate
Industrial Maintenance Apprentice II864Certificate
Electrical Maintenance1296Diploma
PLC-Robotics1728Certificate
HVAC Mechanical Helper1728Certificate
Maintenance Machinist1728Certificate
Combination Arc Welder1728Certificate
PLC-Robotics2160Certificate
HVAC Mechanical Helper2160Certificate
IM Maintenance Machinist2160Certificate
Combination Arc Welder2160Certificate
Industrial Maintenance Technician2160Diploma

The full-time Industrial Maintenance day students meet 30 hours per week Monday –Friday 7:45am to 2:15pm 

The full-time Industrial Maintenance evening students meet 1pm to 9pm Monday through Thursday.  To accommodate those who work first shift jobs, part-time modified students may attend 4:30pm to 9:00pm Monday through Thursday.  These students attend 16 hours per week which makes them eligible to apply for financial aid. 

Campus Locations

Main Campus
910 Miller Avenue
Crossville, TN 38555

Job Duties

Repair, install, adjust, or maintain industrial production and processing machinery or refinery and pipeline distribution systems. May also install, dismantle, or move machinery and heavy equipment according to plans.

Job Outlook

Bright Outlook: Yes

Currently employed in the area: 9,510

Current job openings per year: 1,320

Curriculum/Courses

First Trimester: 
IME 0001 Worker Characteristic
IME 1010 Safety and Orientation
IME 1020 Technology Foundations
IME 1030 Electrical Concepts AC/DC
IME 1040 Print Reading for Electric Systems
Industrial Maintenance Apprentice - Certificate 432 Hours
Second Trimester: 
IME 0002 Worker Characteristic
IME 2010 Motor Control Fluid Power & Mechanical Systems
Industrial Maintenance Apprentice II - Certificate 864 Hours
Third Trimester: 
IME 0003 Worker Characteristic
IME 3010 Installation Guide Commerce-Industry
IME 3020 Motors/Transformers
Electrical Maintenance Diploma - Diploma 1296 Hours
Fourth Trimester: 
IME 0004 Worker Characteristic
IME 4010 PLC/Robotics
PLC/Robotics - Certificate 1728 Hours
IME 4020 HVAC/R
HVAC Mechanical Helper - Certificate 1728 Hours
IME 4030 Machine Tool
IM Maintenance Machinist - Certificate 1728 Hours
IME 4040 Welding
Combination Arc Welder - Certificate 1728
Fifth Trimester: 
IME 0005 Worker Characteristic
IME 4010 PLC/Robotics
PLC/Robotics - Certificate 2160 Hours
IME 4020 HVAC/R
HVAC Mechanical Helper - Certificate 2160 Hours
IME 4030 Machine Tool
IM Maintenance Machinist - Certificate 2160 Hours
IME 4040 Welding
Combination Arc Welder - Certificate 2160 Hours
Industrial Maintenance Technician - Diploma 2160 Hours

Instructors

Noel Pratt
931-444-1320
Ethan Hassler
Ethan Hassler
931-444-1336

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