ElectroMechanical Maintenance Technician Overview
Enjoy working with electronics and figuring out how to make things work by taking them apart and putting them back together? CVTC’s ElectroMechanical Maintenance Technician program prepares individuals with a diverse skill set that is in high demand in modern manufacturing facilities. The program develops knowledge and skills in electrical and electronic circuits, AC and DC motors, industrial wiring and relay logic and fluid power applications.
After successful completion of the ElectroMechanical Maintenance Technician Technical Diploma, the student has the opportunity to apply these credits to the Automation Engineering Technology associate degree two-year program and enter the second year of Automation Engineering Technology located in the Manufacturing Education Center at CVTC’s Eau Claire Gateway Campus.
Skills you'll gain:
- Basic electricity & electronics troubleshooting
- Mechanical power systems installation, alignment & maintenance
- Electrical control wiring (relay logic), installation & troubleshooting
- Motor control & PLC (programmable logic controllers) wiring & installation
- Pneumatic & hydraulic systems troubleshooting
Part of a career pathway, the ElectroMechanical Maintenance Technician technical diploma credits apply toward the Automation Engineering Technology associate degree if you choose to continue your education. Call us at 715-833-6300 to learn more.
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ElectroMechanical Maintenance Technician
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CVTC graduates are ready for the workforce. Each year, we send our graduates the Graduate Follow-Up Survey asking several questions related to employment. Here are the program outcomes and job data.// Program Scorecard
Our recent ElectroMechanical Maintenance Technician graduates reported an average starting salary of $62,144.
100% of our recent ElectroMechanical Maintenance Technician graduates got a job in the industry.
There are 133 job openings in the CVTC district for the ElectroMechanical Maintenance Technician industry.
Credits to Other Institutions
Should you choose to continue your education after you leave CVTC, we have agreements in place with several institutions to ensure an easy transfer.
These are a few of the courses you will take in this program. Courses and the recommended sequence change from year to year; once you are enrolled in a program at CVTC you will be given a recommended course sequence that outlines what courses you should take and the order in which to take them.
You may search for available courses. If you are ever unsure of what courses to take, talk to your academic advisor. If you are looking for course information for previous years, check out our past catalogs.
Here are a few of the courses you can take in the ElectroMechanical Maintenance Technician program.
CNC Machining Processes
This course is designed to prepare the student for entry-level skills in setup, and operation of CNC milling machines. Students will develop and apply skills in setting and testing work and tool offsets, performing manual data input functions, and the running or proven CNC programs.
Basic Electronics: Reactive Components
DC and AC circuit analysis from an electromechanical perspective. Topics covered include Ohms Law, Watt’s Law, series and parallel circuits. Emphasis will be placed on troubleshooting and measurement of circuit parameters with capacitive and reactive components.
Related Fluid Power: Pneumatics
Overview of basic components, applications, and circuitry involved in pneumatics. Theoretical and lab experiences involving valves, cylinders, and conditioners; basic theory and circuitry.
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Related Programs & Certificates
Whether you're looking to continue your learning to another program or to gain continuing education credit, CVTC offers a variety of learning opportunities for students.
Degrees & Diplomas
Automation Engineering Technology, Associate Degree
Mechatronics Specialist, Associate Degree
Mechatronics Technician, Technical Diploma
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