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CTE - Industrial Maintenance

Last Updated: 7/25/2019 9:16 PM

Teacher:  Chris Cornett

Prepares students for careers applying technical knowledge and skills.  Industrial Maintenance is the career major offered in this program.  Students can participate in the technology education career and technical student organization - Technology Student Association (TSA) or Skills USA.




Industrial Maintenance Electrical Principles (9)
Fluid Power (10-11)
Basic Troubleshooting/Blueprint Reading (10-11)
Maintaining Industrial Equipment (12)
Students must take all four courses to complete the Maintenance Mechanic career major.  Upon completing three credits, students will take the Industrial Maintenance KOSSA assessment. KOSSA assesses a students' employability and occupational specific skills.  Students may intern their senior year once they have completed all four courses or have obtained three credits and are scheduled in their capstone class - Maintaining Industrial Equipment.  Students must maintain a "B" average, have good attendance, and be approved by the teacher and assistant principal. Although the student is not compensated for the work done through the internship, it provides valuable hands-on work experience in a supervised setting.


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