Industrial Maintenance Mechanic | WTCS Skip to content

Find Your Program

Career Area: Manufacturing
Technical Diploma
Program Number: 31-462-2
Approximately 1 Year to Complete
Credit Program
Average Annual Tuition: $4230

Industrial Maintenance Mechanic Careers

Recent Wisconsin job postings for this degree:

Maintenance Mechanic
Engineering Technician
Hydraulic Technician
Quality Assurance
Mechanics Helper

Average Median Wage


Industrial Maintenance Mechanic Programs

The Industrial Mechanic works in a modern manufacturing environment in the areas of equipment installation, maintenance, and repair of automated systems. Duties include hands-on troubleshooting and maintenance in hydraulics, pneumatics, electric motors, control systems, and mechanical drives. Students learn to install, maintain, operate, diagnose, and repair automated equipment used in a variety of manufacturing industries. Examples include material handling, metal forming, assembly, welding, plastic molding, machine tool, and robotics. This career is well suited for individuals who have an interest in working with machinery, enjoy troubleshooting mechanical systems, and take pride in craftsmanship.

Industrial Maintenance Mechanic Part of a Career Pathway Program Transfers Offered completely online Shared Program
Blackhawk Industrial Maintenance Mechanic at Blackhawk
CVTC Mechatronics Technician at CVTC
Fox Valley Industrial Maintenance Mechanic at Fox Valley
Lakeshore Maintenance Mechanic at Lakeshore
Nicolet College Industrial Maintenance Mechanic at Nicolet College