Industrial Maintenance Technology
To meet the varied and changing needs of the workforce, Western strives to be as flexible as possible in terms of offering certificates that fit the widest range of industry needs. Although industrial plants maintain a lot of the same type of equipment, the processes at each of these sites are quite different. Therefore, classes or skill sets in a certificate that are relevant for one company may not be as relevant for another company, or the type of skills upgrade for one employee may not fit another.
Through conversations with the WWCC Maintenance Faculty and an individual company, a customized maintenance certificate can be developed. A set of courses from the list below totaling 36 credits will be identified as appropriate for a Maintenance Certificate for that individual company and its designated employees.
Certificates are typically short, concentrated programs of study, within a particular field, ranging from 14 credits to 40. Many are designed to develop the core job skills for a particular business or industry in one year or less of full-time enrollment. Although these are not intended to be transfer programs, some students transfer to specialized schools or programs.
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