Industrial Machinery Maintenance Career & Technical Certificate

Program Overview

This certificate program prepares students for classification as industrial machinery mechanics and for further education and careers in the manufacturing career cluster. The program will cover all aspects of the industrial-machine maintenance technology industry and elements of the industry, such as planning, management, finance, technical and production skills; underlying principles of the technology; and issues regarding labor, community, health, safety, and the environment.

Students will complete the requirements to receive a 10-Hour 1910 OSHA General Construction in the first course of the program.

Upon program completion, students will be able to sit for the following:

  • Manufacturing Skill Standards Council (MSSC) Certified Production Technician (CPT) exams
  • National Center for Construction Education and Research (NCCER)

Note: This program meets Monday through Thursday evenings at the TCC Advanced Manufacturing Training Center.

Courses Available

ETI0450 Industrial Machinery Maintenance Assistant
0 credit hour(s) | Fall | Spring | Summer

Emphasizes the knowledge and skills needed to meet the occupational completion point as an industrial machinery maintenance assistant. Includes safety rules and procedures, basic elements of physics as related to industrial machinery maintenance and repair, basic electricity and electronics, mathematical calculations, plans and drawings, measuring and layout operations, handtools, portable power tools, lubricants, benchwork skills, gas welding and cutting, rigging, conveyor maintenance, troubleshooting techniques, installation and removal of machinery, scientific investigation, and communication skills. Contact: 450 clock hours. Additional fee. Students in this program can earn 15 credit hours towards their Engineering Technology A.S. degree.

ETI0456 Machinery Maintenance Mechanic
0 credit hour(s) | Fall | Spring | Summer
Prerequisite(s): ETI0450 

Emphasizes the essential knowledge and skills needed to be a machinery maintenance mechanic and includes predictive-preventive maintenance, gas and arc welding, machine shop operation, piping and tubing systems, electrical and electronic circuit troubleshooting, drive components, air compressors, hydraulic and pneumatic systems, fluid drive systems, language skills, critical thinking, and environmental management systems. Contact: 300 clock hours. Additional fee. Students in this program can earn 15 credit hours towards their Engineering Technology A.S. degree.


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Additional Course Information

Total Program Length:
750 clock hours

Admission Requirements:
Standard high school diploma or GED diploma. Must be at least 18 years old.

Note: Students must take the Test of Adult Basic Education (TABE) within the first semester of enrollment in the program or present evidence of allowable substitute. (Learn more.) In order to successfully complete the program, students must earn a score of 9.0 or higher in all three parts of the TABE (language, reading, and mathematics).

Financial Aid: This program is eligible for financial aid and the Florida Prepaid program. Learn more.

Bookstore: The TCC bookstore can assist you with book purchases. Bookstore Information.

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Phone: (850) 201-9720

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