Industrial Technology: Maintenance Apprenticeship Option, Certificate of Achievement

Upon successful completion of the Industrial Technology - Maintenance Apprenticeship, the apprentice demonstrates skills, knowledge, and training to work in building and aqueduct maintenance at a hydroelectric plant facility. The apprentice demonstrates proficiency in the installation, repair and maintenance of plant facility and aqueducts, including the use of heavy equipment, concrete, food control systems, protective coatings, tractor operations, trenching and earthwork. The program is offered as part of the State Department of Water Resources Joint Apprenticeship Committee and the State Division of Apprenticeship Standards. The apprentice receives a State Journey-level Certificate upon successful completion of the program.

Minimum Units Required: 42

Recommended Sequence:

First Semester

Units

A-IND 072A

Introduction to Apprenticeship

2

A-IND 076

Applied Technical Mathematics

2

A-IND 078A

Defensive Driving

1

A-IND 078B

Heavy Truck Operation

1

A-IND 078C

Diesel and Small Gasoline Engines

2

A-IND 078D

Surveying and Flood Control Systems

2

Second Semester

A-IND 078E

Soils, Asphalt, and Concrete

2

A-IND 078F

Environmental Awareness

1

A-IND 078G

Power Lift and Four-Wheel Drive Units

2

A-IND 078P

Power Actuated Equipment

1

Third Semester

A-ELE 075A

Basic Electricity

2

A-ELE 075B

Advanced Electricity

2

A-IND 078H

Protective Coatings

2

A-MEC 074A

Basic Welding

2

Fourth Semester

A-IND 077H

Computers in Hydro-Electric Plants

2

A-IND 077J

Water Aqueduct Systems

2

Fifth Semester

A-IND 077L

Project Control and Power Contracts

2

A-IND 078K

Mobile Cranes and Rigging

2

A-IND 078L

Motor Grader Operation

2

A-IND 078M

Tractor Operations, Trenching, and Shoring

2

Sixth Semester

A-IND 077E

Hydraulics

2

A-IND 078N

Pesticides and Herbicides

2

A-MEC 074B

Machine Shop

2

Each course must be completed with a grade of "C" or higher.

Minimum Units 42