Industrial maintenance occupations continue to experience a high demand for trained individuals. If you are interested in working with your mind as well as with your hands, this field offers challenge and reward. The skills you learn in this program will provide a technical foundation to maintain the operation of equipment in industrial and warehousing environments. Butler Tech’s full-time program in Industrial Maintenance Technology can help you connect your interests with great jobs in our area.
In our labs, students practice troubleshooting and gain important knowledge to become industrial maintenance technicians, electrical maintenance technicians or mechanical maintenance technicians.
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You will be given the opportunity to sign up for a free Information Session where you will:
- Learn about financial aid
- Learn what prerequisites are required
- Learn expectations as a student
- Have an opportunity to meet instructors
- Tour our LeSourdsville Campus
Attending an information session is required to enroll in this program. Please provide accurate contact information, so we can best follow-up with you and help you on your way to new career opportunities! We look forward to meeting you soon!
Steps for Enrollment
- Industrial Maintenance Technology Enrollment Checklist–This checklist will be reviewed at the Info Session and help you stay on track for enrollment.
- Prepare for the WorkKeys Assessments by using the WorkKeys Practice Tests and Scheduling Your WorkKeys
- Determine your Financial Aid options
Full Time | 800 Hours | 10.5 months | M-T | 5 pm -10 pm
Upcoming Class: March 2, 2020 – February 10, 2021 (Evening class)
Tuition $7,284 | Books/Supplies $3,315
Financial aid and scholarships available to those who qualify.
Industry Recognized Credentials
Students will train and test for the following credentials issued by the National Center for Construction Education and Research (NCCER):
- Core Curriculum
- Industrial Maintenance Electrical & Instrumentation Certification Levels 1, 2, 3 & 4
- AC/DC solid state drives
- Industrial electricity
- Motor control wiring and troubleshooting
- Programmable logic controllers
- Fluid power
- Mechanical maintenance
- Process control systems
- Single and three-phase motor systems.
Where Can I Work?
Most Industrial Maintenance Technicians work in a manufacturing or warehouse facility.
2018 median pay Bureau of Labor Statistics: $51,630 annually | $24.82 per hour