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Maintenance Training Course for Mechanics: Buildings, Industrial and Plant Maintenance Course

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Plant maintenance training course for maintenance mechanics jobs working in buildings, industrial and plant maintenance. More details...
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Maintenance Training Course for Mechanics: Buildings, Industrial and Plant Maintenance Course
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Maintenance Mechanic, Plant Maintenance Mechanic, Building Mechanic and Industrial Maintenance Mechanic

Industrial Training School is offering this plant maintenance training course for maintenance mechanics.  This maintenance mechanic training course is meant for students that have some experience as a maintenance mechanic and desires to improve their knowledge to benefit their job and place of work.  This maintenance mechanic training course is intended for the following jobs:

  • Building Mechanic and Building Maintenance
  • Plant Maintenance Mechanic and Plant Maintenance
  • Buildings and Grounds Worker
  • Custodian Responsible for Boiler Room and Chillers
  • Physical Utility Engineer
  • Plant Utility Engineer
  • Millwright
  • Industrial Maintenance Mechanic
  • Power Plant Mechanic

This maintenance mechanic course is an introduction to the concepts of carrying our maintenance and repairs. 
The maintenance mechanic course textbook covers procedures commonly practiced and contains excellent photographs from major manufacturers and organization to help illustrate the broad range of technical information used in today’s industry.  A CD is included so you can work problems on your computer for practice quizzes.  The maintenance mechanic course does not require the internet or a computer. 

Plant maintenance training course for maintenance mechanics also compliments Maintenance System Course.

Industrial Training School offers this Plant Maintenance Mechanic training course as a distant learning course in the format of a correspondence courses by mail.  Lessons and their quizzes are by open book and at your own pace.

The course outline for Plant Maintenance Training Course for Maintenance Mechanics is as follows:

  • Mechanic's Tools and Precision Measurement
    • What are the typical hand tools a mechanic should have including power tools
    • How to Use These Typical Precision Measurement Instruments and Care for Them
      • Rules
      • Protractors
      • Calipers
      • Micrometers
      • Precision Measuring
    • Tool Safety - Impact on the Mechanics Job
  • Basic Math and Print Reading for the Maintenance Mechanic
    • How to Handle Drawings, Plans, Prints
    • Recognize Print Conventions, Drawing Scales and Drawing Specifications
    • How to Calculate Solids and Volume and Maintain Handy Formulas
  • Maintenance Mechanic Using Rigging and Lifting
    • Identify When Rigging is Needed, Lifting Devices and Cranes
    • How to Calculating Load Weights and Select Slings, Rope, Webbing, Round (Tubular) Slings, and Chain
    • Identify Rigging Inspection Steps and How to Store Rigging Equipment
    • How to Select Lifting Devices and Eye Bolts
    • Know What Record Keeping is Needed
    • Discuss Rigging Safety and Hoist Safety
  • Ladders and Scaffolds and the Maintenance Mechanic Usage of Them
    • How to Use a Ladder
    • When is a Scaffold Safe
  • Maintenance Mechanic and Hydraulics
    • What is Important About Knowing Hydraulics Principles and Hydraulic Oil Properties
    • What is Mechanical Advantage and How is Energy and Work Accomplished in Hydraulics
    • What is Meant by Hydraulic Circuitry and Identify Hydraulic Components
    • What Should I Be Looking for When Doing Maintenance on Hydraulics
  • Maintenance Mechanic and Pneumatics
    • What is Pneumatics and Why is Air Temperature and Moisture Content Important
    • How Do Gas Characteristics Impact a Pneumatic System 
    • Identify a Pneumatic System, Circuit, and Components
    • How to Analyze Pneumatic Logic
  • What the Maintenance Mechanic Needs to Know About Lubrication and Bearings
    • What is Lubrication and its Application and What Comprises a Lubrication Program
    • How to Remove a Bearing, Prepare for Reassembly and Install the Bearing
    • What and When is Machine Run-In Required
  • Drives and the Maintenance Mechanic: Flexible Belt Drives and Mechanical Drives
    • What Are Flexible Belt Drives and What Do I Need To Know About Flexible Belt Drive Safety
    • What Are Variable-Speed Belt Drives
    • How Do Mechanical Drives Differ
    • What Should I know About Gear Form And Gear Terminology
    • How Do I Measure Backlash and Gearing and Measure Gear Wear
  • Importance of Alignment and Vibration 
    • Is There More to Vibration Than Just Shaking
    • What Vibration Characteristics Do I Need to Know and How Do I Measure Vibration
    • Basic Vibration Analysis and Vibration Monitoring Programs
    • How to Deal With Misalignment and What is Alignment Sequencing
    • How Should Vibration Equipment Be Set Up
    • What is Meant by Anchoring Machinery
    • Using Dial Indicators for Alignment and Alignment Methods
  • Electricity and the Maintenance Mechanic
    • Principles of Electricity - A Short Electrical Primer
    • What is Ohm’s Law and Other Electrical Properties
    • How is Magnetism Encountered in a Maintenance Mechanics Job
    • What National Electrical Code Does the Maintenance Mechanic Need to Know
    • What Common Electrical Measuring and Electrical Devices that are Found in the Duties of a Maintenance Mechanic
    • Important Basic Electrical Safety that the Maintenance Mechanic Needs to Know

Plant maintenance training course for maintenance mechanics is a distant learning training course in the format of a correspondence course by mail.  This maintenance mechanic training course is meant for students that have some experience as a maintenance mechanic or an existing mechanic or maintenance worker desiring to improve their knowledge.

Industrial Training School is a provider of correspondence courses to corporations, small businesses, universities, non-profits and government for their employees or sponsorships.

Math Level- Medium

Average Hours of Completion- 100 Hours

Course Degree of Difficulty- 3 Stars
Tools Required: None

You have one-year to complete the course. You can request a one-time 6-month extension with a $50 extension fee.
This is a flexible plan to meet your demanding schedule.

1 Star – Easiest to 5 Stars – Most Difficult

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