Our Industrial Mechanic Millwright Fundamentals Program provides you with the knowledge and skills you need to become an industrial mechanic (millwright). Learn to plan mechanical maintenance work activities; select, test, and process metals; understand tool parts and components; use stationary equipment to work with machine parts and components; use welding equipment to cut and assemble metal components; use various fasteners to assemble components; install and remove equipment and systems; maintain, repair, and replace machinery and associated equipment; fabricate, modify, and overhaul equipment; and enhance workplace health and safety.
Employers typically include millwrighting contractors, manufacturing plants, utilities, and other industrial environments. Career options typically involve installing industrial plant machinery and equipment or maintaining and repairing machinery and equipment.
Once you have completed all the requirements of this program, you can request to receive a certificate of completion using the department contact information on this web page.
Core Courses (Three)
This is the recommended completion order:
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