Electrical Maintenance

This program helps students prepare to test and repair automated equipment, hydraulic and pneumatic drive systems, and programmable controllers. Graduates of the program at grade 12 can be employed as industrial plant maintenance technicians, communication system technicians, and cable installers/repairers. After a post-secondary degree, graduates can be employed as maintenance shift supervisors, industrial plant maintenance managers, supervisors, and communication systems supervisors.

Students can earn up to five college credits through an articulation agreement with North Central State College.

Skills to be learned
Power supplies
AC & DC motors
AC & DC installation
Commercial wiring
Program, troubleshoot, & repair electrical
Test & repair automated
Test & repair hydraulic & pneumatic drive
Industrial plant maintenance
Level 1 apprentice electricians
Safety devices
Residential wiring
National Electrical Code Standards
Commercial wiring
NCCER training
Material identification

Attributes a student interested in this program should have:
Likes to work indoors or outdoors
Attention to detail
Likes to work with hands
Follows guidelines

Job Opportunities
Plant maintenance technician
Communications system technician
Residential wireman
Cable install/repair
Trainee electrician
Industrial maintenance electrician

Industry Credentials:  

  • OSHA 10 
  • NCCER Core 
  • NCCER Level 1