Cincinnati State’s Workforce Development Center (WDC) has the training to launch your career in Industrial Maintenance Technology. Our hands-on courses are taught in an accelerated format to help students enter the workforce, or to allow students to advance themselves within their current workplace. Many programs can be directly applied to degree and advanced certifications.
Offering short-term credentials and certifications, customized training, and assessments, we train face-to-face either on our campus or at your site. We also provide a combination of online and hybrid (face-to-face and online) learning options. WDC is an official PMMI educational partner and exam center.
This hands-on experience will focus on various types of HMIs that are commonly used in the industry. Topics that will be covered include programming HMIs, linking HMIs to PLCs, troubleshooting and Information Design; or how to make the screens easy to use and read.
This program is designed for the maintenance person who will install, calibrate and troubleshoot industrial controls and instruments. Extensive hands-on training is provided in the industrial controls labs and in the operation process pilot plant.
A training program designed to provide the knowledge and hands-on experience necessary for an entry-level electrical maintenance technician. Extensive hands-on training with an emphasis on troubleshooting.
The Mechatronics program takes place over an 18-month timeframe and encompasses the following components: Industrial Electrical Technician, Robotics Technician, Mechanical Technician, and the Mechatronics Capstone. This evening program is designed by professionals in the field to provide the knowledge and hands-on experience necessary to work as an entry-level Mechatronics Technician in the industry. Extensive hands-on training is provided, with an emphasis on troubleshooting.
This program is designed to provide students with the knowledge and hands-on training to prepare them for an entry-level mechanical maintenance position. All learning and skills lead to proficiency in the installation, maintenance, and troubleshooting of industrial systems.
The training focused on developing a preventative and predictive maintenance program to maximize machine uptime and departmental staff utilization. We also explore some of the existing technologies available to help predict machine failures. Students will have a better understanding of the types of maintenance systems and techniques available as well as how and when to apply them. Graduates will leave with the concepts for designing a company-specific preventative maintenance plan that benchmarks their acceptable production goals.
This program is designed for the maintenance person who will install, program, maintain and troubleshoot PLC’s. This program utilizes extensive hands-on training.
A four-month program designed by professionals in the field to provide the knowledge and hands-on experience necessary to work as an entry-level robotics technician in the industry. Extensive operational training is provided with an emphasis on robotic applications and control.
This program is designed to provide the knowledge and experience necessary to design and install solar photovoltaic systems. This program utilizes extensive hands-on training.
Professional Development opportunities to compliment the skills of you or your staff, such as Supervisory Management, Project Management, LEAN training, and more.
Safety is key in the Workforce. The Workforce Development Center’s Center for HazMat Rescue and Safety offers training that is OSHA mandated to help protect organizations and employees.