Recent Community College Graduates Matrix

From Aerospace and Advanced Manufacturing Programs

This tool is meant to make hiring easier for Washington’s aerospace and advanced manufacturing companies.

This is an ongoing list of Washington’s community and technical colleges that have aerospace and advanced manufacturing programs. Each listing details credits, program descriptions, skill sets (as taught in each program), contact information, and graduation dates.

Aerospace and advanced manufacturing industry companies can contact the community and technical college nearest to them and speak directly to an instructor about graduating students.

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Machine Maintenance Technology
Award Type
Certificate of Completion
03/21/16, 06/15/16
Anticipated Graduates
Dana Jacallen
Machine Maintenance

This program is an introduction to understanding the variety and nature of the complex relationships between a large structure, its tenants, and the machinery that supports the building or the manufacturing process. Included are basic principles of Preventive Maintenance, HVAC, Refrigeration, Boilers, Electricity and Wiring, Power Generation & Distribution, Building Automation and Controls and Critical Support Equipment. Requirements needed for the safe, cost effective, ecological and ergonomic mechanical support for a commercial building or manufacturing process are also taught. Students will receive instruction on applicable local, State, and Federal Codes, sustainable energy practices; with an emphasis on being prepared to continue to pursue lifelong learning opportunities in the mechanical and building engineering fields.

Skill Sets
  1. Apply basic physical and mechanical principles to machinery operations and repairs.
  2. Recognize, interpret, and apply engineering graphic symbols, drawing conventions, and features to assist in the design, analysis, fabrication, installation and repair of industrial systems.
  3. Ensure safe work practices.
  4. Safely utilize basic machine shop hand and power tools and equipment to fabricate elementary parts. Basic electrical principles, measurements and system components.
  5. Basic rigging principles, components and practices.
  6. Common pumps, machinery, lubrications.
  7. Basic industrial shop manual, power and measurement hand tools and basic industrial shop bench and power equipment (lathes, drill presses, saws, grinders, etc.)
  8. Fundamental understanding of hydraulic and pneumatic system components, recognize, diagnose failures in elementary systems, and interpret the meaning of primary hydraulic and pneumatic schematic symbols; assemble, test, and troubleshoot various basic hydraulic circuits.

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Lake Washington Institute of Technology

Lake Washington Institute of Technology
11605 132nd Ave NE
Kirkland, WA 98034