About this course
the industrial Systems technology program prepares students for employment in today’s technologically advanced industrial and manufacturing environment. through hands-on training, students learn skills such as mobile equipment operating, blueprint reading, mechanical systems, electricity fundamentals, welding, machining, fluid power, gear and beltdrive systems, and various diagnostic and repair procedures. Students will learn and understand the economic and environmental impact of industry. Class visits will be taken to industries such as mining, pulp and paper, power generation, industrial construction and light manufacturing. these visits will allow students a first-hand look at the industry environment as well as allow students to network. Students are trained to safely and efficiently operate mobile and plant equipment and are required to incorporate teamwork, effective communication skills and critical thinking throughout the program.
- A copy of your high school transcript if you are still in high school or a final copy if you have graduated from high school or a copy of your GED scores. Complete the tear-off at the bottom of the application and send it to your high school.
- Official TOEFL (Test of English as Foreign Language) score report. Minimum score is 500.