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Electrical Maintenance Technician

Program Details

About this Program

Because of innovation and technology the machinery that powers industry today is built around and relies on state-of-the-art data storage/communication, electrical, electronic, and mechanical interfaces.

This high-tech industrial electro/mechanical field is wide open with opportunities for career employment and growth as an Electrical Maintenance Technician.

Riverland's two-year track of courses will help you prepare not just for a rewarding career trend but a career that will allow you to advance as is the case in so many high-tech fields.

As a student in the Electrical Maintenance Technician program you will learn the basics of machine electrical control and power systems, power industrial electronics, data monitoring and storage, along with electrical/mechanical interoperation and maintenance.

Operation and maintenance (O&M) of today's high-tech industrial equipment means the technician is able to monitor daily operation and use his or her skills and data to detect trends that may identify problems. The technician will also need to maintain the equipment by being able to quickly analyze equipment breakdowns so that downtime can be minimized. This is the focus of an Electrical Maintenance Technician.

Classroom Location(s)

  • Riverland Community College, Albert Lea 56007
Riverland Community College
Riverland Community College
1900 8th Ave. N.W. Austin, MN 55912
Toll-Free: (800) 247-5039
Local: (507) 433-0600
TTY: (800) 627-3529
Email: admissions@riverland.edu

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