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Electro-Mechanical Technician*

The Electro-Mechanical Technician program prepares students to work in a manufacturing environment as maintenance and electrical technicians. Students who complete this program receive advanced placement in the Polytech Adult Education Industrial Maintenance Mechanic apprenticeship program. Job placement services are available. Call today to meet with a Career Program Specialist and see if you qualify for financial assistance.

VD105 | 368 Hours | $3074
Sect 18 | Sept 23 – Jan 16 | M-TH | 8:30 AM – 3:30 PM

Industrial Electricity

This class is a requirement for completion of the Industrial Maintenance Mechanic program and provides and overview of basic electricity, followed by an in-depth study of motor controls, ladder logic diagrams and motor starter operation and repair.

VI102 | 72 Hours | $299
Sect 44 | Sept 23 – Dec 18 | M/W | 6:00 PM – 9:00 PM

Intro to PLC’s

This course will cover the installation, basic programming, troubleshooting and repair of Programmable Logic Controllers (PLC), as well as, PLC ladder logic theory, input and output devices, wiring, quenching and count functions. This course satisfies requirements toward the State of Delaware IMM Apprenticeship Related Training.

VI102 | 72 Hours | $299
Sect 48 | Sept 23 – Dec 18 | M/W | 6:00 PM – 9:00 PM

Mechatronics, Basic Industrial Electricity

The course objective is to enable professionals to develop the knowledge, skills, ability, theory and hands-on practical application for a program completer to be an effective operator or technician in a manufacturing environment.

VT401 | 42 Hours | $299
Sect 09 | Oct 7 – Nov 18 | M/W | 6:00 PM – 9:30 PM

Mechatronics, Advanced Industrial Electricity

The course objective is to enable professionals to develop the knowledge, skills, ability, theory and hands-on practical application for a program graduate to become an effective operator, technician, or maintenance professional in a manufacturing environment where electrical skills and troubleshooting ability are required to optimize manufacturing performance and profitability.

VT401 | 42 Hours | $299
Sect 10 | Nov 20 – Jan 15 | M/W | 6:00 PM – 9:30 PM

Troubleshooting Method

Troubleshooting may seem like a lost or dying art, but it is something that can be taught fairly easily. Participants in this course will learn the several identifiable and repeatable steps that make up a logical troubleshooting process and will be introduced to basic print reading and test equipment.

VT102 | 14 Hours | $99
Sect 05 | Oct 8 – Oct 17| T/TH | 6:00 PM – 9:30 PM

Troubleshooting Applications

Participants in this course will apply the troubleshooting steps they learned in the Troubleshooting Method course. Opportunities will be provided to solve a series of electrical and mechanical faults, utilizing the appropriate print materials, test equipment and tools.

Prerequisite: Troubleshooting Method

VT102 | 14 Hours | $99
Sect 06 | Nov 5 – Nov 14 | T/TH | 6:00 PM – 9:30 PM

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