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Industrial Technician School

Why Industrial Technician School?

The Industrial Technician is the mechanic of the manufacturing industry. According to the US Department of Labor, Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS)*, job opportunities for Industrial Technicians are expected to increase 22 percent during the 2010-20 decade, faster than the average for all occupations. To meet the increased demand of the American manufacturing industry, more qualified technicians are needed to maintain, troubleshoot and repair manufacturing equipment. For those who have completed training from an accredited technical school, job prospective is expected to be excellent. According to the BLS the median average hourly pay a high level Industrial Technician will earn is $21.23/hour or $44,160 annually.
*www.bls.gov

Why Rosedale for Industrial Technician Training?

Students will receive extensive hands-on training that will allow them to work with the different facets of Industrial Technology or Industrial Machinery Mechanics. The curriculum will focus on a broad spectrum of subjects such as:

  • Industrial Mechanics
  • Hydraulics
  • Basic Electrical and Construction Wiring
  • Motor Repair and Electric Machine Control
  • Programmable Logic Controls (PLC’s)
  • Blueprint Reading
  • Welding Practices
  • Powertrains

An Associate Degree in Specialized Technology is awarded upon graduation. Students will also have the opportunity to earn AWS (American Welding Society) Certifications, OSHA 10 Certification, Boom Lift Certification, Scissor Lift Certification and Aerial Lift Certifications.

What Equipment Do I Get To Work With?

  • Hydraulics/Pneumatics training lab
  • A two-story framed building structure used for wiring
  • PLC and Motor Control lab including a Mechatronics simulator (Commercial Conveyor Simulator)
  • Stick, MIG and TIG welders
  • Plasma Arc Cutters
  • A-frame Hoist and Riggings
  • Powertrains training lab with multiple Drive Trains and Gear Boxes