CCOG for APR 160 Fall 2022
- Course Number:
- APR 160
- Course Title:
- Introduction to Industrial Maintenance
- Credit Hours:
- Lecture Hours:
- Lecture/Lab Hours:
- Lab Hours:
Addendum to Course Description
Required Course for Apprentices registered in the Millwright/Industrial Maintenance Technician Apprenticeship Program. It is open to any other student but requires Department Permission to take this course.
Intended Outcomes for the course
- Employ a working knowledge of the broad catalog of trouble shooting skills required of a Millwright/Industrial Maintenance Technician at an industrial worksite and in subsequent coursework.
- Employ a working knowledge of equipment maintenance and installation skills required of a Millwright/Industrial Maintenance Technician at an industrial worksite and in subsequent coursework.
- Employ a working knowledge of the wide array of testing tools and instrumentation used by the a Millwright/Industrial Maintenance Technician at an industrial worksite and in subsequent coursework.
- *Demonstrate safe working practices, including rigging and lock-out/tag-out, according to state and federal regulations. (*Required statewide outcome).
- *Analyze the properties of materials and how they apply to trade specific fabricating applications. (*Required statewide outcome).
Course Activities and Design
Course activities will be mostly Lecture with appropriate classroom demonstrations.
- Discuss electrical and mechanical trouble shooting. Demonstrate test equipment.
- Discuss mechanical equipment repair and installation. Demonstrate test equipment and tools.
- Discuss welding applications and procedures. Demonstrate welding equipment.
- Discuss machining applications and procedures. Demonstrate machining equipment.
- Discuss hydraulic/pneumatic applications and procedures. Demonstrate hydraulic/pneumatic equipment.
- Discuss fabricating with a variety of industrial materials. Demonstrate fabricating equipment.
- Discuss OSHA Safety Standards for Industrial Locations.
- Discuss types of Industrial Instrumentation. Show examples.
- Discuss types of Test Equipment. Show examples.
Outcome Assessment Strategies
Assessment will be accomplished using skills checklists filled out by an adequate sampling of Millwright/Industrial Maintenance Technician Training Agents and/or an Apprentice's Journey Person.
Course Content (Themes, Concepts, Issues and Skills)
- Electrical Troubleshooting
- Mechanical Troubleshooting
- Fabricating using a variety of industrial materials
- Welding on various metals
- Machining Techniques
- Hydraulics Applications
- Pneumatics Applications
- Safety around all types of energy
- Equipment Maintenance
- Equipment Repair
- Blueprints and Schematics for industrial locations and equipment
- Boilers and their applications
- Lubrication, Bearings, Seals
- Safe Work Practices
- Power Transmission
- Test Equipment
- Industrial Instrumentation