Industrial Technology Courses

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INT 101|Forklift Operations

1 Credit

This course provides training and preparation for powered forklift and pallet jack equipment operation in warehouse and industrial settings.

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INT 103|Basic HVAC

3 Credits

This course provides a basic understanding of the installation, operation, service, maintenance, and troubleshooting of various types of heating, ventilation, air conditioning, and refrigeration systems.

Prerequisite

Prerequisite: CASAS 221+ or equivalent or by instructor permission.

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INT 105|Precision Measurement

1 Credit

This course provides knowledge and skills for using tapes, rules, and calipers including various features, sizes, variations, and the technology behind the tool.

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INT 120|Production Technician

12 Credits

This course provides an overview of five critical work functions within industry production: safety, quality practices and measurement, manufacturing processes and production, and maintenance awareness.

Prerequisite

Prerequisite: instructor permission.

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INT 130|Logistics Technician

6 Credits

This course provides an overview of the world of supply chain logistics and good workplace habits in the context of the industry, including global supply chain life cycle, logistics environment, material handling equipment and safety, safety principles, quality control teamwork, communication, and using computers.

Prerequisite

Prerequisite: instructor permission.

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INT 250|Principles of Troubleshooting

4 Credits

This course is designed to teach today's technicians a logical approach to solving problems. The course consists of both lecture and hands-on practice using computer simulations of industrial systems and related test equipment. Using the Path of Influence and Four-Step process along with the troubleshooting simulation, the technician analyzes the fault and chooses maintenance actions such as continuity tests, bench checking, and swapping that might correct the problem. The logic used is evaluated as well as the time and expenses incurred by the technician to solve the problem.

Prerequisite

Prerequisite: any one of the following: AMT 120, ELT 111, ENT 238, equivalent coursework, or instructor permission.

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INT 251|Troubleshooting for Technicians

2 Credits

This course is designed to supplement experienced technicians' knowledge of troubleshooting using a logical approach to solving problems. The course consists of using computer simulations of industrial systems and related test equipment. Using the Path of Influence and Four-Step process along with the troubleshooting simulations, the technician analyzes the fault and chooses maintenance actions such as continuity tests, bench checking, and swapping that might correct the problem. The logic used is evaluated as well as the time and expenses incurred by the technician to solve the problem.

Prerequisite

Prerequisite: any one of the following: AMT 120, ELT 111, ENT 238, equivalent coursework, or instructor permission.

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