Industrial Maintenance Electrical and Instrumentation Level IV
Industrial Systems Technology and Maintenance (094500)
Projected Start Date
This course of study advances student’s opportunities for entry level positions in industry and service occupations requiring skills in Industrial Maintenance Electrical and Instrumentation. This certificate of achievement builds onto our existing Industrial Maintenance Electrical and Instrumentation certificate and/or degree to offer students an additional advanced stackable certificate in Industrial Maintenance Electrical and Instrumentation. A pre-requisite of Industrial Maintenance Electrical and Instrumentation Level III will be required for Level IV.
1. Students will be able to apply the skills necessary for advanced topics of Industrial Maintenance Electrical and Instrumentation following the National Electrical Code (NEC) guidelines.
2. Students will be knowledgeable about the required materials of the trade and have the ability to install, repair, and maintain, related equipment in a safe manner.
3. Students will have the skills necessary to receive industry recognized certifications in a variety of crafts.
Enrollment Completer Projections
In reviewing Barstow Community College’s Industrial Maintenance & Technology program enrollment and completion rates for the past two years, 2015-2016 and 2016-2017, and the year-to-date enrollment numbers for the 2017-2018 school year. We experienced a slight decrease in enrollment and completion rates from 15/16 to 16/17. During 17/18 to-date we seem to be experiencing similar enrollment numbers as the 16/17 year. We have had many industry partners request additional levels of the industrial maintenance & technology program and have also received feedback from students who have been hired after our existing two-year program needing additional training for advancement opportunities. By offering level 4 of the industrial maintenance electrical and instrumentation pathway this will provide an additional stack-able certificate to add to our existing program meeting the needs of industry and dislocated, underemployed, and incumbent workers. We project for this certificate program we will have 15 students enrolling with 10 completers each academic year. This projection was developed by previous and current enrollment/completion trends and program demand.