Industrial Mechanic Apprenticeship


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Program Description

The Industrial Mechanic Apprenticeship is overseen by the MA #1146 Pacific Northwest Industrial Maintenance & Millwright JATC. Under their Journey Card and their accompanying Limited Maintenance Electrical License, Industrial Mechanics repair, replace, maintain and install machinery and mechanical equipment, including electrical equipment and systems. Drive engines, motors, pneumatic tools, conveyor systems, and production machines are all examples. These workers dismantle machinery to repair or replace defective parts. Their tools include hoists, cranes, hand tools, power tools, and precision measuring devices. They test machinery and clean and lubricate parts to optimize performance. They work with pneumatics and hydraulics, and must know welding, metal fabrication, and rigging. This job is physically demanding. Examples of courses that Industrial Mechanics take during their related training study are APR 174 - Machining for Industrial Mechanics and APR 203 - LME: Electrical Code II.