Jan 24, 2022
Program Code: AAS-60907
This program generally prepares individuals to apply technical knowledge and skills in industrial maintenance. May include instruction in electrical and power transmission installation; AC and DC circuits; industrial electrical codes and standards; blueprint reading; hydraulics and pneumatics; refrigeration and air-conditioning; and other related applications.
As an apprentice, you may apply your related training towards an Associate in Applied Science Degree or an Advanced Certificate. In addition to the degree requirements listed below, the following requirements must also be met: 1) Successful completion of the appropriate supportive study elective courses. Supportive electives are courses taken to fit your individual needs. Prior academic course work may be acceptable. Selecting courses for track options must be customized with the Skilled Trades Manager for employer's approval. 2) Successful completion of all courses listed in a specific customized training program (33-39 credits); Assistance in selecting electives is available from a Delta College counselor familiar with technical career programs; 3) A journeyman card or equivalent trade experience.
Delta College offers required Trade Related Instruction Programs for apprentices and up-graders in the industrial maintenance trades, machine repair and mechanics trades, and precision production trades from the tri-county and surrounding areas. Trade Related Instruction Programs are designed with the cooperation of industry and provide the instruction to strengthen the theoretical knowledge in each trade area. The combination of related instruction and on-the-job experience is essential in order to provide a complete program to train skilled personnel for the trades. Courses are primarily offered during the evening. The scheduling and registration for courses is the responsibility of the Skilled Trades Department; therefore, any inquiry about a particular class should be made directly to them by phoning the Skilled Trades Manager (989) 686-9476 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Since many company apprenticeships programs are registered with the US Department of Labor, Bureau of Apprenticeship and Training, it is imperative that the registration of these courses be coordinated by the participating company apprenticeship coordinator and the Delta College Skilled Trades Department. All Trade Related Instruction is subject to change per agreement with the participating employer and Delta College. Delta College does not issue a journeyperson’s card.
Fall First Year:
- ELE — Electives
- ENG 111 - College Composition I Credits: 3
ENG 111A ; ENG 111B ; ENG 111C ; ENG 111H or OAT 151 can be taken in place of ENG 111
- LW 223W - Wellness in Technical Trades Credits: 2
Any 2 credit LW course or 1 credit LW course AND 1 credit LWA course can be taken in place of LW 223W
- POL 103W - American Politics Credits: 3
POL 105W , POL 212W , POL 215W , POL 220W , POL 221W , POL 223W , POL 225W , POL 228W , HIS 221W , HIS 222W , or HIS 237W can be taken in place of POL 103W
Total Semester Credits: 9
Total Semester Credits: 3
The following program is representative of the typical Trade Related Instruction Programs Delta College offers in conjunction with area employers. Employers desiring more information on Delta’s Trades Related Instruction Programs should contact the Skilled Trades Program Manager by phone (989)-686-9476 or (989)-686-9594 or email at email@example.com.
Tracks – Customized Curriculum in the following areas (33-39 credits):
- Skilled Trades Electrician - Credits 62
- Skilled Trades Electrician Advanced Certificate - Credits 39
- Skilled Trades Pipefitter (Industrial Maintenance) - Credits 62
- Skilled Trades Pipefitter (Industrial Maintenance) Advanced Certificate - Credits 33
- Skilled Trades Plumber-Pipefitter - Credits 62
- Skilled Trades Plumber-Pipefitter Advanced Certificate - Credits 39
- Skilled Trades Stationary Boiler - Credits 62
- Skilled Trades Stationary Boiler Advanced Certificate - Credits 39
Total Associate Degree Credits: 62 – Total Certificate Credits: 33 - 39
- Successfully complete six credits in content-area writing courses. Students with previously earned degrees from regionally accredited colleges and universities are exempt from this policy.
- The total credits required for electives will vary based on overall track credits. The total number of credits required for the degree must be at least 62.