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Industrial Maintenance Mechanic
One Year Technical Diploma
NOTE: There will be no further admissions for terms after Spring 2020 into the Industrial Maintenance Mechanic program. The Industrial Maintenance Mechanic program is being renamed and modified to become Industrial Mechanic – Advanced Manufacturing. The Industrial Mechanic – Advanced Manufacturing is coming soon.
Machines are the heart of manufacturing and industry, so knowing how to build, install, maintain and fix them is a critical skill that is in great demand by employers. As a student in the Industrial Maintenance Mechanic program at Madison College, you will:
- Learn the basics of industrial machine installation and repair.
- Get hands-on training in hydraulics and pneumatics.
- Train on motors, relay logic and simple controls.
- Understand Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) regulations.
- Apply concepts of measurement and blueprint reading in industrial maintenance.
Students in the Industrial Maintenance Mechanic program can attend full or part time.
Industrial Maintenance Mechanic classes may be offered at these Madison College campuses:
- Madison - Truax
Explore financial aid eligibility for Industrial Maintenance Mechanic.
All courses for this program are offered only in person.
- View the admission requirements for application deadlines, materials and requirements.
- Attend an Academic Information Session to get started in the admission process.
- Visit MATC to learn more about the Madison College experience, including campus tours and program open houses.
Once you are admitted into your program, review the Start of Semester Checklist to prepare for your first day of classes at MATC.
Contact the Enrollment Center at EnrollmentServices@madisoncollege.edu or (608) 246-6210.
Prospective program students, the information below reflects the basic requirements for students admitted for the 2019-2020 academic year. To learn more about Madison College, visit us.
Current program students (including newly admitted), go directly to your Degree Progress Report (also referred to as an Advising Report or Academic Requirements) to view:
- Progress toward your specific requirements
- Alternative (in lieu of) courses to meet specific requirements
If you have questions after reviewing your report, please see Advising Services.10-462-3203 credits10-623-1001 credits10-623-2002 credits10-623-3001 credits10-628-1701 credits10-623-3012 credits32-420-3302 credits31-804-3812 credits31-804-3821 credits10-462-3042 credits10-462-3062 credits10-462-3111 credits10-462-3224 credits10-623-3101 credits10-628-1682 credits10-145-1892 credits
MATC Industrial Maintenance Mechanic program graduates are prepared to:
Life Long Learning: Assume responsibility for continuing education in order to maintain skills and enhance professional growth.
Technical Skills: Assemble, install, troubleshoot, diagnose and repair plumbing, mechanical equipment, electrical controlled production machines and hydraulics pneumatic systems. Diagnose complex problems using interdisciplinary technical skills.
Employability: Demonstrate work ethics and reliable behavior including, but not limited to, assuming responsibility for decisions and actions, utilizing time and stress management skills, displaying initiative, creativity, and logical thinking.
Safety & Regulation: Demonstrate competent application of safety and regulation code compliance.
Communication: Communicate clearly and professionally in both written and verbal communications to customers, coworkers, and supervisors, using positive interpersonal skills including, but not limited to, respect, integrity, and professionalism.
Earning your one-year technical diploma as an Industrial Maintenance Mechanic at Madison Area Technical College prepares you for valuable work in:
With additional education and/or work experience, graduates may find employment as:
- Production Maintenance
- Lead Production Mechanic
Industrial Machinery Mechanics
- Maintenance Manager
- Production Supervisor
- Electro Mechanical Technician
Estimated Program Cost
# of Credits for Completion29Tuition$3958.50Materials/Supplemental Costs$1173.46Other Costs$0.00Total Estimated Program Costs:
(book costs not included)$5131.96
Graduate Report Summary Overview
2016 2017 2018 Number of Program Graduates 5 13 23 Number of Surveys Sent 4 13 22 Number of Surveys Returned 4 11 16 Percent of Surveys Returned 100.00% 84.60% 72.70% Available for Employment 4 8 8 Percent Available for Employment 100.00% 100.00% 88.90% Not in Labor Market 0 3 8 Percent Not in Labor Market 0.00% 37.50% 88.90% Available for Employment
2016 2017 2018 Graduates Employed 4 7 6 Percent of Graduates Employed 100.00% 87.50% 75.00% Employed in Related Occupation 3 5 6 Percent Employed in Related Occupation 75.00% 71.40% 100.00% Employed in Unrelated Occupation 1 2 0 Percent Employed in Unrelated Occupation 25.00% 28.60% 0.00% Employed - No Response 0 0 0 Percent Employed - No Response 0.00% 0.00% 0.00% Seeking Employment 0 1 2 Percent Seeking Employment 0.00% 12.50% 25.00% Reaction To Training at Madison College
2016 2017 2018 Student satisfaction Mean (Out of 4) 3.3 3.1 3.7 Number of Satisfaction Responses 4 8 9 Very Satisfied 1 1 6 Percent Very Satisfied 25.00% 12.50% 66.70% Satisfied 3 7 3 Percent Satisfied 75.00% 87.50% 33.30% Unsatisfied 0 0 0 Percent Unsatisfied 0.00% 0.00% 0.00% Very Unsatisfied 0 0 0 Percent Very Unsatisfied 0.00% 0.00% 0.00% Primary Reason for Attending Madison College
2016 2017 2018 Number of Primary Reason Responses 4 11 16 Preparation for Getting a Job 0 2 1 Percent Preparation for Getting a Job 0.00% 18.20% 6.30% Career Change 2 2 3 Percent Career Change 50.00% 18.20% 18.80% Improvement of Existing Skills 1 3 2 Percent Improvement of Existing Skills 25.00% 27.30% 12.50% Preparation for Further Education 1 3 8 Percent Preparation for Further Education 25.00% 27.30% 50.00% Personal Interest 0 1 1 Percent Personal Interest 0.00% 9.10% 6.30% Other 0 0 1 Percent Other 0.00% 0.00% 6.30% When Employment was Obtained
2016 2017 2018 Number of When Employment Obtained Responses 4 7 5 Before Enrollment 2 3 2 Percent Before Enrollment 50.00% 42.90% 40.00% While Attending the College 1 3 2 Percent While Attending the College 25.00% 42.90% 40.00% After Training at the College 1 1 1 Percent After Training at the College 25.00% 14.30% 20.00% Location of Employment (related and unrelated)
2016 2017 2018 Number of Employment Location Responses 4 7 7 In College District 3 6 5 Percent In College District 75.00% 85.70% 71.40% In Wisconsin, Not in District 0 1 1 Percent of In Wisconsin 0.00% 14.30% 14.30% Outside of Wisconsin 0 0 0 Percent Outside Wisconsin 0.00% 0.00% 0.00% Employer Location Unknown 1 0 1 Percent Location Unknown 25.00% 0.00% 14.30% Salary Trend Salary Trend 2016 2017 2018 Full Time Employment (Related Job) Full Time Salary Count 3 4 5 Average Monthly Wage $3,523 $4,401 $3,599 Average Hourly Wage $20.48 $25.59 $20.93 Average Work Hours per Week 40.3 49 49 Part Time Employment (Related Job) Part Time Salary Count 1 Average Hourly Wage $17.56 Average Work Hours per Week 20
Total Positions Open for academic year: 2018 Wisconsin TechConnectTM Jobs* Madison Non-Madison Number of Full Time Positions Open 114 240 Number of Part Time Positions Open 12 29 Total Jobs 126 269 Graduate Employers for academic year: 2018 Employer(s) Job Title City** State*** Positions Agropur Maintenance Luxemburg Brakebush Brothers Inc Utilities Technician Westfield C&W Services HVAC Technician Franklin Fueling Systems Maintenance Technician Landfill Reduction and Recyling Lead Maintenance Technician Appleton Madison Kipp Corporation Facilities Maintenance Technician
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