The Electromechanical Technology Level I Certificate provides students the fundamental skills for career paths in the maintenance trades, using fluid power, and industries utilizing electrical and mechanical equipment. Students form a foundation in electrical theory, blueprint reading, and the ability to understand hydraulic systems and controls.
This program has just restarted, and we are just getting the first set of students prepped for the program. Our initial estimates are six completers the first year
The program is open to any student entering the trade for the first time or those already employed who need to upgrade their skills. The Electromechanical Technology prepares students for the job performance required by the industry. Our students must have critical/creative thinking skills, be up to date with technology.
There are six core classes required to attain the Electromechanical Technology Level I Certificate of Career Preparation. Those six courses are CIS-1, IET-401A, IET-401B, IET-407, IETELMT-430, and IETELMT-432. Two of these classes are three units, two of these courses are two and a half units, and the other two are two units. They are designed to be completed over two semesters.
(Y1 or S1)
|CIS-1||Introduction to Computer Information Systems||3||S2|
|IET-401A||Introduction to Electricity||2.5||S1|
|IET-401B||Industrial Basic Controls||2.5||S1|
|IETELMT-432||Electrical Control of Hydraulic Systems||2||S2|
Diann Thursby · 03/14/22
Received regional recommendation at 3-14-2022 IEDRC Deans Meeting