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Lubrication Technician Apprentice New

50-423-7 Apprenticeship (A) 9.75 Credits Not Financial Aid Eligible Location*: Appleton

*Some general education courses may be available at multiple locations.

As a Lubrication Technician apprentice, you'll work with industrial machinery and equipment components. You'll learn to adhere to safety and industry standards, and demonstrate safe work practices. In related training, you'll learn to compare greases, oils, hydraulic fluids and other lubricants; perform general lubrication, operate hydraulic and central lube oil systems; and perform preventative maintenance.

COURSE LIST

*Course list for reference only. Current students please refer to your individualized program plan or see your advisor.

Occupational Specific (9.75 Credits)

Course Title
Course Number
Credits
Prior Learning Credit
Eligibility Options
Hydraulics for MMMP Trades
50-423-717
0.75
Analyzes inspecting, servicing, and troubleshooting hydraulic systems and components. Apprentices will learn safety related issues and be taught proper safety procedures for working with hydraulic systems and components.s
Pneumatics & Compressed Air for MMMP Trades
50-423-718
0.75
Provides instruction to apprentices concerning many aspects of inspecting, servicing, and troubleshooting pneumatic systems and components. Apprentices will learn safety related issues and be taught proper safety procedures for working with pneumatic systems and components.
Pipefitting and Valves for MMMP Trades
50-423-720
0.75
Introduces apprentices to pipe sizes, materials and schedules, examines fittings, tubing and valves, and develops skills related to layout, installation, and maintenance.
Packings, Seals, Gaskets for MMMP Trades
50-423-722
0.5
Examines packing, seals, and gaskets and compares materials and applications. Then skills in layout, cutting, inspecting, removing, and installing these components will be developed. This course was the former C-13 module for the MMMP apprenticeship program.
Pumps for the MMMP Trades
50-423-732
0.75
Compares different pump types and their applications. Apprentices will complete a field inspection of pumps and learn how to troubleshoot, remove, overhaul, install and perform preventative maintenance on pumps.
Conveyors for the MMMP Trades
50-423-736
0.25
Examines chain, belt, and other types of conveyors and related components.
Lubrication Fundamentals for Apprentices
50-423-760
2
Includes interpreting oil test analyses, examining automated lubrication technologies, exploring ultrasound testing, comparing filtration technologies and exploring other fundamental concepts involved in lubrication technologies. Course is intended for apprentices enrolled in related instruction, and the fundamental concepts presented in this course will be applied to industrial equipment and machines and trade work practices.
Bearings for the MMMP Trades
50-423-730
0.75
Examines bearing types and applications, and compares equipment bearings. Then learners will develop skills related to bearing inspection, selection, removal, mounting, lubrication and diagnosing bearing failures.
Couplings & Alignment for the MMMP Trades
50-423-731
1
Compares different coupling types and examines common misalignment problems. Apprentices will develop skills related to inspecting, troubleshooting, and preparing couplings for removal and installation, and also aligning and lubricating couplings.
Belts, Sheaves, Pulleys, and Drives
50-423-733
0.75
Compares different belt types and drive components. Apprentices will develop skills related to inspecting, troubleshooting, removing, selecting, and installing belt drive systems.
Gears, Gearboxes, Gear Assemblies
50-423-734
0.75
Compares gear types and applications. Apprentices will develop skills inspecting gear assemblies, troubleshooting gear problems, removing gears and components, and reassembling gear drive systems.
Mechanical Power Transmission
50-423-735
0.75
Examines drive transmission systems and their applications, including roller chains. Apprentices will develop skills inspecting power transmission systems and troubleshooting mechanical drive systems.

Occupational Supportive (0 Credits)

Course Title
Course Number
Credits
Prior Learning Credit
Eligibility Options
Transition to Trainer
47-455-455
0
Introduces students to the tools of a jobsite trainer. Students will explore the role of a journey worker/trainer, discover how to deliver hands-on training, and examine the process for giving useful feedback.

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