Industrial Maintenance Technician

Choose a career where every day is different & unique.

Industrial maintenance technicians are in demand in our area. They perform maintenance procedures in hospitals, schools, municipalities, government buildings, nursing homes and manufacturing plants.  Every day brings new challenges to the job.

Is Industrial Maintenance the Right Career Path for You?

You might enjoy this kind of work if you are the kind of person who likes variety. You were the type of kid who liked to take things apart to see how they worked. If doing something new and different each day gets you excited to go to work, then this might be the job for you. 

How Long Does It Take to Become an Industrial Maintenance Tech?

As a 750-hour program, this program will take about 7 months to complete. The program includes 64 hours of externship experience in a relevant workplace. It offers everything you need to get on the path to a rewarding career.

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In less than a year, you could be in a job you love with a great future. Make a plan to get there.

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The Industrial Maintenance Technician Program Provides You with These Skills:

Basics and Fundamentals
Measuring Instruments
Hand and Power Tools
Math for Maintenance
Print Reading
Processes and Materials
Quality Awareness
Fasteners, Torque, Assembly
10-hours of OSHA Training


Basics, Residential and Commercial

Metallurgy, Metalworking, and Fabrication

Fluid Power
Hydraulics and Pneumatics

Milling Machine
Surface Grinding

Facility Repair
Plumbing and Pipe Fitting
Building Maintenance

Industrial Maintenance Technician Program Certification 

In the Industrial Maintenance Technician program, you may also earn the following certifications: 

  • National Center for Construction  Education Research (NCCER) Core Certification: Industrial Maintenance Level 1 Electrical Level 1
  • Forklift Certification
  • 10-Hour OSHA training completion card
  • Cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR)


Past Program Results - Based on COE standards
School Year 2020
  Students: 4
  Completion: 75% 
  Placement: 67%
  Licensure:  n/a

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Industrial Maintenance Technician Admission Requirements

Applying for the Industrial Maintenance Technician program is simple. You can begin your application online now, or reach out to a member of our team with any questions you have. To be eligible for enrollment, you will need to meet the following minimum requirements:

  • High school diploma, equivalency, or GED® before enrolling
  • No previous or pending disqualifying offenses
  • Good reading comprehension

Explore the Industrial Maintenance Technician Career in Ohio

Discover job opportunities as an Industrial Maintenance Technician! O-Net (Occupational Information Network) allows you to explore opportunities in this area of study.

Tuition and Financial Aid for Industrial Maintenance Tech

Investing in your future is worth the price, but we understand the challenges of budgeting and planning for your future. There may be financial aid opportunities available to you as an adult education student. We're here to help you make a way forward. Visit the Visit our Financial Aid page for the Net Price Calculator, or reach out for help figuring out your next steps.

Industrial Maintenance Technician Training Begins Soon!

Jeff Jones, Instructor
Rick Price, Electrical Instructor

Start Date
August 9, 2021
Monday - Thursday
8:00 a.m. - 3:45 p.m.
Summer Program Calendar

Program Cost 
Tuition   $6,000
Books, Supplies, Fees      $991
Tools      $176
Total Cost  $7,167

 *Books are subject to change.

Financial aid is available for adult education programs. Learn more or contact us.


Industrial Maintenance Tech working on air conditioning unit

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Jeff and Rick on Facebook?

"I was in maintenance training last year with him and Rick. They're good people to be with.
Very knowledgeable as well."