Programs And Courses

HACC’s industrial maintenance and welding programs are designed for students and employers.

Did you know that approximately 50% of the products manufactured in Pennsylvania require welding at some point during the production or fabrication process? Welding is a specialty trade that requires skilled technicians who need to be current with the latest technologies and equipment.

Employers may be eligible for funding to assist with training expenses through the Workforce and Economic Development Network of Pennsylvania (WEDnetPA).

Do you or your employees need skills or additional abilities in maintenance? Are you interested in fixing equipment or working with production systems? Do you want to learn more about troubleshooting and repair and how machines function? Our industrial maintenance courses can teach you all of this and more.

What can I do with industrial maintenance in the workforce?

As a graduate of our courses, you can enhance or pursue positions in plant maintenance, industrial technology and machine repair. Possible jobs include:

  • Maintenance assistant
  • Maintenance helper
  • Maintenance lead
  • Maintenance technician
  • Maintenance supervisor

You are most likely to succeed if you:

  • Demonstrate skill in basic calculations
  • Enjoy doing different daily tasks
  • Have an interest in how things work
  • Are detail-oriented and observant

 

Annual Salary Estimate
Maintenance Assistant - $31,204
Maintenance Helper - $33,103
Maintenance Technician - $40,130
Maintenance Lead - $47,572
Maintenance Supervisor - $71,190
(Source: zip recruiter.com salary.com)

 

What are HACC’s classes like?


We designed our courses to be flexible and stackable so that you or your employer can choose classes and topics in the areas that are most important. Our courses feature innovative instruction, convenient class scheduling, state-of-the-art training equipment and funding opportunities.

In class, you will:

  • Learn about total quality and predictive maintenance and how plant maintenance contributes to the overall operation
  • Apply maintenance safety principles for a multitude of situations and circumstances
  • Work with a production system’s set up, start up and shut down procedures
  • Apply both routine and creative solutions to address common electrical, mechanical, fluid power and electronic control failures
  • Learn the basics of programmable logic controllers (PLC) and how they work to coordinate production machinery
  • Develop additional skills in HVAC and industrial piping applications

Course options include:

  • Maintenance Operations
  • Basic Mechanical Systems
  • Basic Hydraulic Systems
  • Basic Pneumatic Systems
  • Electrical Systems
  • Electronic Control Systems
  • Process Control Systems
  • Maintenance Welding
  • Maintenance Piping
  • Industrial Technology Maintenance

 

Where are classes held?


Industrial maintenance is available as a fully customizable or National Institute for Metalworking Skills (NIMS) credentialed course at HACC’s Harrisburg and Gettysburg campuses, or at an employer location. Classes can be either theory-based and entirely online or blended with online content and scheduled lab classes.

 

For more information:

PhoneTan 717-780-2315 MailTan HACCMfg@hacc.edu

Do you or your employees need skills or additional capability in industrial electric competencies? Our industrial electric classes can help you reach the next level.

What can I do with industrial electrical skills in the workforce?

As a graduate of our courses, you can pursue positions that require electrical skills and knowledge of industrial electric systems and controls. Individuals in this field may work as maintenance electricians or site/plant electricians.

You are most likely to succeed if you:

  • Demonstrate skill in basic calculations
  • Enjoy doing different daily tasks
  • Have an interest in how things work
  • Are detail-oriented and observant
  • Can focus on the job at hand

 

Annual Salary Estimate
Maintenance Electrician - $53,369
Site/Plant Electrician - $52,288
(Source: ziprecruiter.com)

 

What are HACC’s classes like?


Our courses feature innovative instruction, convenient class scheduling, state-of-the-art training equipment and funding opportunities.

Course options include:

  • Motors and Controls
  • Programmable Logic Controllers (PLCs)
  • Industrial Electric Fundamentals
  • Transformers, Generators and Electrical Switch Gear
  • Power Distribution, Selective Coordination
  • Grounding and Bonding
  • Lock-out, Tag-out
  • NFPA 70E Electrical Safety in the Workplace
  • Basic Electrical Theory and Measuring Equipment
  • Semiconductors and Digital Electronics
  • Short Circuit/Arc Flash Calculations & Labeling
  • Alternating Current (AC) and Power Quality
  • Building Automation
  • Electrical Prints and Schematics
  • Electrical Maintenance and Troubleshooting
  • Overcurrent Protection and Selective Coordination
  • Temporary Electrical Systems
  • Hazardous Locations and Special Circumstances

 

Where are classes held?


Industrial electric classes can be scheduled at HACC’s Harrisburg and Gettysburg campuses, online or at an employer location. Classes can be either theory-based and entirely online or blended with online content and scheduled lab classes.

 

For more information:

PhoneTan 717-780-2315 MailTan HACCMfg@hacc.edu

Do you or your employees need skills or additional abilities in welding, metallurgy or fabrication? HACC’s welding labs and instructors can help you reach your welding skills objectives.

What can I do with industrial electrical skills in the workforce?

As a graduate of our courses, you can pursue a welding career or qualification or develop your personal welding skills. Individuals may work as stick welders, maintenance welders.

You are most likely to succeed if you:

  • Demonstrate basic math skills
  • Can work independently and stay focused
  • Enjoy work that engages all your senses
  • Have an interest in materials and science
  • Are detail-oriented and observant
  • Can be methodical and persistent

 

Annual Salary Estimate
$17.94/hour
(Source: indeed.com)

 

What are HACC’s classes like?


In HACC’s welding courses, you can:

  • Sample different welding processes and techniques
  • Learn a specific type of welding process for production and fabrication work
  • Learn other welding techniques to address a specific application unique to you or your employer’s needs
  • Learn how to make repairs quickly and effectively
  • Build confidence in your hands-on welding skills Course options include:
  • Welding Fundamentals
  • Welding Fundamentals and Techniques
  • Welding Qualification Test
  • Welding Training – Custom (employer class)

 

Where are classes held?


Welding classes are available at HACC’s Midtown Trade and Technology Center, HACC’s York Campus or at an employer location.

 

For more information:

PhoneTan 717-780-2315 MailTan HACCMfg@hacc.edu

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