9 Months - Diploma
Do you love fixing things? Do you have mechanical aptitude and manual dexterity? Employers are offering career opportunities to technically skilled employees – someone like you – who can be responsible for maintaining all types of manufacturing and building systems.
In the Industrial Maintenance and Mechatronics career training program you'll gain the expertise that is used in a manufacturing environment. This interdisciplinary program combines the classic knowledge of Industrial Maintenance (hydraulics, pneumatics, mechanical drives, welding, machining) with current Electronics and Electrical Systems used in manufacturing today. As a trained technician you'll be needed for maintenance analysis and diagnosis, troubleshooting electrical and electronic applications, developing and implementing preventive maintenance programs, installing and servicing hydraulics and pneumatics systems, assembly equipment, HVAC and building systems. Plus you'll learn the OSHA Codes and train for your refrigeration certification. So to the question – "Where could EIT graduates work?" The answer – "Anywhere in industry."
Below is a list of employers who recently hired graduates of the Industrial Maintenance & Mechatronics Program