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Industrial Mechanics / Millwright Technologies

sparks from machineryThe Industrial Mechanics/Millwright Technologies program provides training in multiple craft skills needed to repair and maintain mechanical equipment, rotating equipment, and plant systems. Industrial Mechanics/Millwrights perform maintenance, troubleshooting, and installations of power transmission systems, machinery, and piping, pump, and conveyor systems. The program involves the utilization of blueprints, field sketches, repair manuals, and CMMS systems. Students will study the fundamentals of pipefitting, welding and burning, layout and metal fabrication, machining, rigging, power transmission systems, pumps, shaft alignments, fluid power and machinery design and repairs, all from a maintenance and repair perspective. Advanced placement in the Trade Apprenticeship Program and college credit through articulation with Delaware Technical & Community College are available for qualified graduates through Tech Prep and NCCER Level I.



1st year of apprenticeship waived



Employment opportunities available after high school graduation:

Building Maintenance Technician


Employment opportunities requiring apprenticeship training after high school:

Industrial Maintenance Technician/Millwright, Machinery Repair Technician, Maintenance Planner, Packaging Technician, Research & Design Technician


Employment opportunities requiring 2-years of specialized training after high school:

Maintenance Contract Administrator, Mechanical Engineering Technology, Process Piping, Industrial Maintenance


Employment opportunities requiring 2-years of specialized training and apprenticeship:

Construction Superintendent, Maintenance Supervisor/Manager



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