Upon successful completion of the Industrial Technology - Level II Mechanical certificate, the student demonstrates skills, knowledge, and management of industrial controls, processes and systems. The scope of training includes the installation, repair, maintenance, and management of industrial plant operations in the manufacturing, food processing, and automated facilities with an emphasis on mechanical systems.
The objective of this new certificate is to offer students opportunities to gain skills and knowledge in Industrial Technology. San Joaquin Delta College in partnership with local industry has developed an academic program that prepares the students for the Industrial Technician-Level II-Mechanical Certificate. This aligns their skills with current industry standards and certifications. Industry recognized that certifications provide measurable benefits to the Industrial Technician-Level II-Mechanical students and their employers and requested a certificate program be developed. This certificate can be stacked upon by other certificates and degrees such as the Industrial Technology-Level I Certificate.
1. The student will demonstrate the ability to understand, diagnose and maintain industrial systems such as refrigeration, air conditioning, and electrical systems. The program prepares the student for positions in the manufacturing and processing industries such as industrial equipment maintenance technician.
2. The student will demonstrate the ability to understand, diagnose and repair industrial systems such as refrigeration, air conditioning, and electrical systems. The program prepares the student for positions in the manufacturing and processing industries such as industrial equipment repair technician.
1. Describe the available types of hardware inputs and outputs modules with Programmable Logic Controllers (PLC).
2. Demonstrate the programming of an application using an industrial Programmable Logic Controllers (PLC).
3. Define and select rack, chassis, and baseplate and explain how or why they may differ from each other.
4. Utilize standard robotics components to complete a given task.
5. Identify the various types of Gas Furnace controls found in the industry.
6. Analyze and select proper layout tools and procedures to use when making various metal projects.
7. Determine proper joining methods (seams, joints, rivets, soldering) to construct the metal projects.
8. Identify and apply industry-specific employability skills.
(Y1 or S1)
|Core - Complete 36 Units|
|DIESL 094 ||Diesel Engine Principles ||3||Y2/S1|
|ELECT 017 ||Robotics / Automation Introduction ||4||Y2/S1|
|HVACR 070A ||Refrigeration and Air Conditioning ||2.5||Y1/S1|
|HVACR 072A ||Intro to Residential Gas Heating ||2.5||Y1/S2|
|INDUS 020 ||Industrial Safety and Health ||3||Y1/S1|
|INDUS 031 ||Industrial Hydraulics ||4||Y1/S2|
|INDUS 045 ||Industrial Technology ||5||Y1/S1|
|MACH 016 ||Machine Tool Process ||3||Y1/S2|
|WELDING 010 ||Basic Welding for the Trades ||4||Y1/S2|
|WELDING 098|| Metal Trade Layout, Forming, and Fabrication ||5||Y2/S1|
|Area A - Complete 3-4 units selected from:|
|INDUS 094||Industrial Mathematics||3||Y1/S2|
|MATH 086||Applied Mathematical Concepts for the Associate Degree||3||Y1/S2|
|Area B - Complete 4-5 units selected from:|
|ELEC 030||Fundamentals of Electricity||5||Y1/S1|
|ELECT 011||AC and DC Network Analysis||4||Y1/S1|
|Area C - Complete 3-4 units selected from:|
|E TECH 047||Introduction to Industrial Control Systems||3||Y2/S1|
|ELEC 037||Introduction to Programmable Logic Controllers.||4||Y2/S1|
Complete all courses with a grade of "C" or better.
|First Semester (Fall)|
|ELECT 011 or ELEC 030||4 - 5|
|Year 1/Semester 1||14.5 – 15.5|
|Second Semester (Spring)|
|INDUS 094 or MATH 086||3 - 4|
|Year 1/ Semester 2||16.5 – 17.5|
|Third Semester (Fall)|
|ETECH 047 or ELEC 037||3 - 4|
|Year 2/Semester 1||15 – 15.5|
|TOTAL UNITS||46 – 48.5|