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Type of Apprenticeship: Registered

Program Design: Time Based

SOC Code: 49-9041.00 - Industrial Machinery Mechanics

Location: SEDALIA

$10.20 / hr
30 credits received

Credentials Received

  • Certificate

Additional Certifications Received

Professional Certificate in Total Productive Maintenance

Program Description

Apprentices will learn to assist in repairs and maintain mechanical and hydraulic components of production machines and equipment,  such as production equipment,  material handling systems,  and automated lubrication system,  following blueprints and specifications and using hand tools,  power tools,  and precision measuring instruments:  Visually inspect and listen to machines and equipment to locate causes of malfunctions.  Assist in dismantling machines and equipment to gain access to problem area,  using hand tools and power tools.  Inspect and measure parts to detect wear,  misalignment,  or other problems.  Assist in removal and replacement of worn or defective parts of drive mechanism or hydraulic system,  using hand tools and power tools,  and following blueprints,  diagrams,  and service manuals.  Realigns and adjusts components,  such as spindles and clutches,  using hand tools and following diagrams.  Locates damaged air and hydraulic pipes on machine.  Starts machines and equipment to test operation following repair.  Worker also supports product quality and lowest cost production via strong people skills,  effective communication,  and continuous improvement of manufacturing processes.  Assists in repairs and maintains mechanical and hydraulic components of production machines and equipment,  such as production equipment,  material handling systems,  and automated lubrication systems,  following blueprints and specifications and using hand tools,  power tools,  and precision measuring instruments:  Visually inspects and listens to machines and equipment to locate causes of malfunctions.  Assist in dismantling machines and equipment to gain access to problem area,  using hand tools and power tools.  Inspects and measures parts to detect wear,  misalignment,  or other problems.  Assist in removal and replacement of worn or defective parts of drive mechanism or hydraulic system,  using hand tools and power tools,  and following blueprints,  diagrams,  and service manuals.  Realigns and adjusts components,  such as spindles and clutches,  using hand tools and following diagrams.  Locates damaged air and hydraulic pipes on machine.  Starts machines and equipment to test operation following repair.  Worker also supports product quality and lowest cost production via strong people skills,  effective communication,  and continuous improvement of manufacturing processes.

 

Length of Program

2 Years

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