Provides the related trades instructional classes for registered Department of Labor and other industrial apprentices involved in the maintenance of manufacturing systems. Apprentices in these skilled trade classifications take courses defined by their employer or joint apprentice committee. They also must complete on-the-job hours of work and skills certification to qualify for a journeyman's certification or the equivalent. Apprentice certificate educational programs are typically 38 credit hours or longer in duration. Apprentice or journeyman students may also be eligible to apply credits earned in their trade's educational program toward the 60 credit hours required for the degree. Additional licensing test preparation is also available for specific trades such as the State of Michigan licensing for electricians.
- Demonstrate an understanding of the mathematical functions specific to their trade.
- Demonstrate an understanding of the occupational health and safety requirements relative to the workplace in general and specific to their trade.
- Demonstrate an understanding of basic industrial computer applications in the general workplace and specific to their trade.
- Demonstrate an understanding of the application of graphic design relative to the general workplace and specific to their trade.
- Demonstrate an understanding of the following essential knowledge and skills: troubleshooting, measurement, communication, use of hand tools, use of personal protective equipment, graphic interpretation, and problem solving.
- Industrial Electrician
- Industrial Machine Repair
- Industrial Millwright
- Industrial Pipefitter
- Industrial Welder
- Maintenance Group Leader
- Maintenance Supervision
- Skilled Trade Supervision
- Industrial Service Technician
- Product Design Technician
- Quality Control Technician
Designed for employer-sponsored industrial apprentices. Admission is restricted to those approved by TAE apprentice coordinator.
See General Education Requirements for details.
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Trade and Apprentice Education: Complete 38 credits from:
Apprentice certificate program courses total a minimum of 38 credit hours and are determined by the employer and college requirements.
- Coursework is selected by the student, the employer and the TAE apprentice coordinator.
- Courses in this program are those that apply to industrial electrical (TAEL prefix), industrial mechanical (TAMT prefix), hydraulics and pneumatics (TAFP prefix), welding (CIMWD prefix), plumbing (TAPP prefix), instrumentation (TAPI prefix), and foundations (TAFD and TAMA prefixes).
Minimum Credit Hours: 38
Complete additional 100-level, or higher, courses to complete the requirements for this degree.