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Industrial Maintenance Technology

Advanced manufacturing offers some of the highest paying and most satisfying career opportunities available today. In our state-of-the-art lab, equipped with Amatrol Trainers, we provide a combination of instructor-led, self-paced, and hands-on learning in the areas of hydraulics, pneumatics, motor controls & mechanical drives.

Theory and hands-on skills are interwoven in a modular framework through Learning Activity Packets (LAPs). LAPs are integrated study units that support just-in-time skills through presentation of theory immediately reinforced with hands-on application. Each topical area starts with basic concepts and then leads the student into a layered learning process of increasing depth. Skills and theory are strongly reinforced throughout Amatrol’s curriculum.

Each topic incorporates the skill development needed for modern industry: Operation, Key Principles, Applications, Installation, Problem Solving, Troubleshooting, Adjustment and Maintenance. Workplace skills such as working in a team, communicating ideas, etc. are emphasized as well. Click here for a list of courses. At this time, these trainers are not mobile; training must take place at the Center for Workforce Innovation facility.