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Industrial Maintenance Mechanic

Industrial Maintenance Mechanic
Industrial Maintenance Mechanic
Technical Diploma
34 Credits
Advanced Manufacturing Training Center (Milton)

Flexible Learning Options

Explore MyEdChoice classes. You can attend in-person or online because this option allows you to choose how you attend each class and does not lock you into one format. Learn more about all of our flexible class options here.

Several classes in this program are offered in one or more of the following formats:


What You’ll Learn

“A skilled worker, regardless of the job description, remains a treasure.” – Madeleine M. Kunin

Satisfy your curiosity of how things work and develop the skills you need to maintain, repair, and operate machinery and equipment, in a high-tech, industrial environment. Industrial Maintenance Mechanics are in great demand as employers need people with the right skills for this type of work.

In BTC’s program, you will get a well-rounded learning experience through lectures, hands-on classroom experiences, field trips, interactive discussions and real-life lab activities. You will be exposed to every type of equipment in the industrial world, giving you the confidence, you need to work in a variety of fields such as industrial manufacturing companies, food manufacturing/processing plants, farms, industrial contract service providers, machine shops, construction companies, and welding/fabricating shops. 

Many students in the one-year Industrial Maintenance Mechanic program work while they go to school. BTC makes it easy for you to work and complete this program with our flexible learning options. Each semester is comprised of three five-week modules; you can start the program when the semester begins or at the beginning of each five-week module. Your time commitment is approximately eight hours a week, which you can work into your schedule, and with BTC flexible learning options, you can complete this program on your terms and without having to wait for a new semester to begin.

Perhaps one of the most exciting parts of the Industrial Maintenance Mechanic program is that it is offered at BTC’s Advanced Manufacturing Training Center – one of the top facilities in the state of Wisconsin.

Estimated Program Costs & Potential Earnings

Average Wage

$53,061

*based on EMSI Occupational Employment Statistics

Potential Careers

Industrial Maintenance Technician
Industrial Machine Operator
Machine Adjuster
Machine Assembler
Machine Erector
Machine Repair


Career Pathway

Previous education and work experience could qualify for Credit for Prior Learning saving you time and money. Find out more about what may apply to this program.

Industrial Maintenance Mechanic

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