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Industrial Maintenance Training Program

School for Industrial Maintenance Training

Through our Industrial Maintenance program, students at North American Trade School (NATS) will have received training in commercial and industrial maintenance fields. Graduates of this program can enter entry-level positions as industrial mechanics in a variety of industries.

What will I Learn in an Industrial Maintenance Program?

Students in this training program will acquire the skills necessary for entry-level maintenance mechanic positions at industrial facilities. Students can expect to gain hands-on experience in the following areas:

  • Commercial and industrial electricity
  • Welding
  • HVAC, pneumatics
  • Hydraulics
  • Gaskets/seals
  • Pumps and plumbing
  • Building maintenance
  • Forklift operation

Students will also be trained in trade safety procedures and be familiar with tools used in commercial and industrial settings. Students will receive instruction through lectures and hands-on training in our labs. North American Trade School’s Industrial Maintenance Lab has the capability to simulate real-life scenarios that an Industrial Maintenance Mechanic will experience in their field.

Location: 6901 Security Boulevard, Baltimore, Maryland 21244

Length: 39 weeks (daytime classes) or 58 weeks (evening classes)

Cost: $19,525 if completed within the expected time frame.

Schedule: The Industrial Maintenance Program is available for weekday and evening classes.

Upon Completion: Graduates of this program will be applicable to entry-level positions as Maintenance Mechanics, Maintenance Repairers, Maintenance Engineers, and Building Superintendents.

Job Pathways for a Trained Industrial Mechanic

Jobs in this field are in high demand at manufacturing companies, mills, industrial plants, hotels, apartment complexes, and real estate management companies. The training from our program will provide the training necessary for students to apply for careers such as entry-level maintenance mechanics, maintenance repairers, maintenance engineers, and building superintendents. Companies depend on highly trained employees to ensure their buildings and facilities continue running smoothly.

Don’t forget, our Job Placement team is always available to help students find the right career for them. Our goal is to make your job search as enjoyable and successful as possible.

North American Trade School is ready for you! If our Industrial Mechanic training sounds like a good fit, give us a call at (410) 298-4844 or fill out the form!