Career Training: Manufacturing

Looking for an in-demand career working in a manufacturing environment?

The Industrial Maintenance program at Frederick Community College can help!

Students in this program are provided with expert knowledge, high-tech skills, and hands-on experience from industry experts delivering extensive, relevant instruction in classrooms and fully-equipped labs.

Program Overview

Introduction to Industrial Maintenance Course (Beginning Fall 2019)

During this course, students are introduced to the essential skills and knowledge necessary to support facility and equipment maintenance. Tools, electrical controls, mechanical systems, and preventive maintenance are introduced in a tactile learning environment, where students will practice what they are taught. Student will also participate in Workplace Excellence, a curriculum design to help students understand and deliver what employers want in an employee, to prepare for success in the workplace.

Course Topics Include:

• Safety

• Basic Electricity

• Control Wiring and Troubleshooting

• Electrical and Mechanical Preventive Maintenance

• Interpreting Shop Drawings, Diagrams, and Prints

• Dependability and Time Management

Advanced Training Modules

Additional modules will be available to be enrolled in as a series, or completed as a standalone course. These courses will provide in-depth training on a focused topic, including:

• GMAW Welding (MIG)

• GTAW Welding (TIG)

• Advanced Industrial Electrical Controls

• Fluid Power Systems

• Variable Frequency Drive Motors

• Introduction to Instrumentation and Process Controls

To see if you are eligible to participate in one/one support and training subsidy, contact Erin Inman: 301.600.3559 |

To learn more about the classes or to register, contact FCC Trades & Vocational Training: 240.629.7903 |