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Basic Skills

This program was developed to meet the diverse and increasing needs of employers and individuals for skilled maintenance workers. In addition, the department can modify the training programs to meet specific business or individual student needs. The trainees of this program learn to maintain, repair and operate machinery and equipment in an industrial environment. They are introduced to industrial mechanical maintenance utilizing both classroom and lab experiences. These include power transmission components and their applications, rigging and material handling techniques, hydraulics/pneumatics, bearings and their uses in industry, welding, machining, lubrication, pipefitting, fluid process pumps, electrical motor controls and programmable logic controls. The trainees also learn to align, maintain, repair and replace machine components as well as gain understanding of predictive and preventive maintenance, all with a focus on safety in the workplace.

Entry Level: High School
Course duration: 2 years

COURSE STRUCTURE
Year 1 Year 2
  • Work place behavior
    (for trainees of all the programs offered at YTI)
  • Basic Chemistry
    (only for trainees of Process Operation Program)
  • Math for technicians I
    (for trainees of all Technical programs except Technical Drawing Program)
  • Math for Business I
    (only for trainees of Business Administration Program)
  • Algebra and Trigonometry (only for trainees of Technical Drawing Program)
  • Islamic Culture and Work Ethics
    (for trainees of all the programs offered at YTI)
  • Math for Technicians II
    (for trainees of all Technical Programs except Pipefitting, and Technical Drawing Program)
  • Math for Business II
    (only for trainees of Business Administration Office Assistance Program)

 

 

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