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Industrial Equipment Maintenance

Mr. Frye
Mr. Frye


Instructor: Jerry Frye

Concentration: 1870 Industrial Equipment Maintenance

Program Brochure

Program Syllabus

Gainful Employment

Courses:
1871 Electrical Maintenance
1873 Fundamentals of Industrial Equipment Maintenance
1875 Hydraulic and Pneumatic Systems
1985 Fundamentals of Welding Technology

Elective Courses:
1765 - Industrial and Commercial Wiring
1771 - Rotating Devices and Control Circuitry
1903 - Fundamentals of Machine Tool Technology

Program of Study Description:
The Industrial Equipment Maintenance Program of Study focuses on careers that will build a knowledge base and technical skills in all aspects of the Industrial Equipment Maintenance industry. Students will have the opportunity to be to develop positive work ethic skills.

Course Descriptions:

1871 Electrical Maintenance
This course introduces the student to the knowledge base and technical skills for entry level skills in industrial Electrical Maintenance. Areas of study include basic electrical theory and calculations, electrical tools, instruments and safety, electrical symbols and diagrams, industrial power and control circuits, electrical equipment and devices, electrical motors, and an introduction to programmable logic controllers, as applied in industrial locations. Emphasis will be placed on career exploration, job seeking skills, and personal and professional ethics. Safety instruction is integrated into all activities. Students utilize problem‐solving techniques and participate in hands‐on activities to develop an understanding of course concepts. Teachers
should provide each student with real world learning opportunities and instruction. Students are encouraged to become active members of the student organizations, WV SkillsUSA. All West Virginia teachers are responsible for classroom instruction that integrates learning skills, technology tools, and skill sets.

1873 Fundamentals of Industrial Equipment Maintenance
This course introduces the student to the knowledge base and technical skills for entry level skills in Industrial Maintenance. Areas of study include workplace safety, measurement and calculation, tools, fasteners, lubrication and bearings, mechanical and belt drives, and mechanical alignment and vibration. Emphasis will be placed on career exploration, job seeking skills, and personal and professional ethics. Safety instruction is integrated into all activities. Students utilize problem‐solving techniques and participate in hands‐on activities to develop an understanding of course concepts. Teachers should provide each student with real world
learning opportunities and instruction. Students are encouraged to become active members of the student organizations, WV SkillsUSA. All West Virginia teachers are responsible for classroom instruction that integrates learning skills, technology tools, and skill sets.

1875 Hydraulic and Pneumatic Systems
This course introduces the student to the knowledge base and technical skills related to industrial Hydraulic and Pneumatic Systems. Areas of study include hydraulic principles, practical application of hydraulic systems, pneumatic principles, and practical application of pneumatic systems. Emphasis will be placed on career exploration, job seeking skills, and personal and professional ethics. Safety instruction is integrated into all activities. Students utilize problem‐solving techniques and participate in hands‐on activities to develop an
understanding of course concepts. Teachers should provide each student with real world learning opportunities and instruction. Students are encouraged to become active members of the student organizations, WV SkillsUSA. All West Virginia teachers are responsible for classroom instruction that integrates learning skills, technology tools, and skill sets.

1985 Fundamentals of Welding Technology
This course introduces the student to the knowledge base and technical skills for all courses in Welding Technology. Areas of study include career opportunities in welding, welding terms and processes, oxyfuel cutting, lab, and equipment safety. Safety instruction is integrated into all activities. Students utilize problem‐solving techniques and participate in hands‐on activities to develop an understanding of course concepts. Teachers should provide each student with real world learning opportunities and instruction. Students are encouraged to become active members of the student organizations, WV SkillsUSA. All West Virginia teachers are responsible for classroom instruction that integrates learning skills, technology tools, and skill sets.

1765 Industrial and Commercial Wiring
This course introduces the student to the knowledge base and technical skills for Industrial and Commercial Wiring. Areas of study include conduit and raceways and commercial load calculations and configurations. Emphasis will be placed on career exploration, job seeking skills and personal and professional ethics. Safety instruction is integrated into all activities. Students will utilize problem‐solving techniques and participate in laboratory activities to develop an understanding of course concepts and teachers should provide each student with real world learning opportunities and instruction related to course concepts.

1771 Rotating Devices and Control Circuitry
This course introduces the student to the knowledge base and technical skills for concepts in the Rotating Devices and Control Circuitry. Areas of study include control circuitry and motor controls. Emphasis will be placed on career exploration, job seeking skills, and personal and professional ethics. Safety instruction is integrated into all activities. Students will utilize problem‐solving techniques and participate in laboratory activities to develop an understanding of course concepts, and teachers should provide each student with real world learning opportunities and instruction related to course concepts.

1903 Fundamentals of Machine Tool Technology
This course introduces the student to the knowledge base and technical skills for all courses in the Machine Tool Technology Program of Study. Areas of study include career exploration, measuring skills and techniques, interpreting blueprints, basic hand tools, filing and grinding, basic band saw, basic drill press, basic metal lathe, and basic milling machine operations and procedures. Emphasis will be placed on career exploration, job seeking skills, and personal and professional ethics. Safety instruction is integrated into all activities. Students will utilize problem‐solving techniques and participate in laboratory activities to develop an understanding of course concepts, and teachers should provide each student with real world learning opportunities and instruction related to Machine Tool Technology.

Available Certifications:

• SMAW - 2G, 3G, 4G
• SMAW - 6G Pipe
• FCAW - 2G, 3G, 4G
• Plate

 

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