Mechanical Maintenance : Production

Mechanical maintenance production mechanics perform routine maintenance on power transmission and fluid power systems. Mechanical maintenance production mechanics also troubleshoot and repair problems in the system and install new machinery. Mechanical maintenance production mechanics should be able to read schematics, use hand and power tools and inspection and testing instruments, and understand the components of a system, how those components function, and what tasks are required to keep them in working order.



Basic Measurement 101 
Calibration Fundamentals 111 
Basics of Tolerance 121 
Blueprint Reading 131 
Hole Standards and Inspection 141 
Thread Standards and Inspection 151 


Introduction to Physical Properties 101 
Introduction to Mechanical Properties 111 
Classification of Steel 201 
Essentials of Heat Treatment of Steel 211 
Ferrous Metals 231 
Nonferrous Metals 241 

Electrical Systems

Electrical Units 101 
Safety for Electrical Work 111 
Industrial Electrical Fundamentals 

Mechanical Systems

Introduction to Mechanical Systems 101 
Safety for Mechanical Work 111 
Forces of Machines 121 
Mechanical Power Variables 202 
Lubricant Fundamentals 211 
Bearing Applications 221 
Spring Applications 231 
Belt Drive Applications 241 
Gear Applications 251 
Clutch and Brake Applications 271 
Mechanical Fundamentals 
Introduction to Lubrication 

Hydraulics and Pneumatics

The Forces of Fluid Power 201 
Safety for Hydraulics and Pneumatics 211 
Introduction to Hydraulic Components 221 
Introduction to Pneumatic Components 231 
Introduction to Fluid Conductors 241 
Fittings for Fluid Systems 251 
Preventive Maintenance for Fluid Systems 261 
Level 1 Industrial Hydraulics 
Hydraulic Connectors and Conductors 
Level 1 Pneumatics 


Intro to Machine Rigging 110 
Rigging Equipment 120 
Rigging Inspection and Safety 210 
Rigging Mechanics 220 


Introduction to Fastener Threads 221 
Overview of Threaded Fasteners 231 
Tools for Threaded Fasteners 235 
Overview of Non-Threaded Fasteners 241 
Understanding Torque 245 
Threaded Fastener Selection 255 

Shop Essentials (Applied Mathematics)

Math Fundamentals 101 
Math: Fractions and Decimals 111 
Units of Measurement 112 


Introduction to OSHA 101 
Personal Protective Equipment 111 
Noise Reduction and Hearing Conservation 121 
Respiratory Safety 131 
Lockout/Tagout Procedures 141 
SDS and Hazard Communication 151 
Bloodborne Pathogens 161 
Walking and Working Surfaces 171 
Fire Safety and Prevention 181 
Flammable/Combustible Liquids 191 
Hand and Power Tool Safety 201 
Safety for Lifting Devices 211 
Powered Industrial Truck Safety 221 
Confined Spaces 231 


ISO 9000 Review 121 
Approaches to Maintenance 131 
Introduction to Lean: Overview of the Lean Toolbox 
Understanding the Tools and Best Practices of Lean Manufacturing 

Design & Engineering

Measurement Inspection and Gaging Level 1 

Supervisor Essentials

Manufacturing Technology Fundamentals