Industrial Maintenance Program
Discover Bucks Industrial Maintenance Training Video
Like to fix things? If you are mechanically inclined, like problem-solving and want a new career, this training program is for you!
Workers skilled in industrial maintenance (electro-mechanical) are in high-demand, and Bucks County Community College has partnered with local employers to fill numerous positions. Job placement rate of over 90%, average starting salary $17/hour.
FREE for those who qualify through the PACareerLink. Individual job placement assistance given to all students who complete the program.
Next cohort starts October 1, 2018. Now accepting applications!
To apply or for more info, contact Bridget Hughes at 267-685-4884 or Bridget.Hughes@bucks.edu.
The Industrial Maintenance Training Program includes theory and hands-on skills assessment, and introduces participants to the fundamental concepts and skills required by electro-mechanical technicians in manufacturing and a variety of industries. Electro-mechanical technicians combine knowledge of mechanical technology with knowledge of electrical and electronic circuits.
Topics include Safety, Shop Math, Measurement, Blueprint Reading, Basic Electricity (AC/DC Circuits), Electrical Fabrication, Mechanical Fabrication, Hydraulic & Pneumatic Basics and Troubleshooting, Electric Relay Control concepts and applied practice, and Programmable Logic Controllers (PLCs). Students earn OSHA10 & Forklift Safety certifications.
Earn eight stackable credentials in 12 weeks to prepare for entry-level positions in manufacturing. Get ready for a new career, with in-demand skills for good-paying jobs. Individualized job placement assistance for students who complete all eight credentials.
- 12-Week, Monday-Thursday daytime classes
- Friday morning company tours
- Free for those who qualify
- Employer Driven, Entry Level
- Individual Job Placement Services
- Veterans Strongly Encouraged to Apply
Requirements for the program:
- Must be a U.S. Citizen/possess a Green Card
- Must be 18 years of age with a High School diploma or GED
- Must pass a drug screening, background check, electro-mechanical aptitude test, and physical test
- Must have reliable transportation to commute to training and a variety of industry field trips
- Must be ready to work in Industrial Maintenance
- Competitive based on screenings & employer interview
Next cohort starts October 1, 2018 and will be held at the Bucks County Public Safety Training Center, 1760 South Easton Road, Doylestown, Pennsylvania 18901. This is a great opportunity to up-skill or re-tool for your future!