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Industrial Technology


Training on your schedule

Industrial Technology


Noncredit courses means no cost to you

Industrial Technology


Certification at each level

How Does it Work?
  • Competency-based curriculum is offered 24/7 online
  • Skills lab is open 8-4 or by appointment
  • Learners should plan on coming to a face to face lab time 3 hours per week.
How Do I Get Certified?
  • Complete the online content
  • Come to campus to "skill out" through lab practicums
  • Each course prepares learners for multiple credentials
What is the value of Certification?
  • Certifications are proof of high demand technical skills
  • Employers use certification to hire into high-wage careers and promote current employees
How Do I Get Started?


Apply to Lemoore College


Register for courses

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Program Contact
Jim Rooney | jamesrooney@whccd.edu | (559) 925-3417
  • NC 170: Electrical Systems
  • AC/DC Electricity, Motor Control, Rotating Machines, Motor Troublshooting
  • NC 172: Electronical Controls
  • Power & Control Electronics, PLC Troubleshooting, VFD/PLC Installation, AC Variable Frequency Drive
  • NC 173: Basic Hydraulics
  • Building hydraulic systems, Installing hydraulic systems, Principles of pressure and flow, Troubleshooting hydraulic
  • NC 174: Basic Pneumatics
  • Building pneumatic systems, Installing pneumatic systems, Principles of pressure and flow, Troubleshooting hydraulic
  • NC 175: Basic Mechanical systems
  • Building mechanical systems, Assembling mechanical drives, Belt and chain drive tensions, Coupling and shaft alignment
  • NC 176: Maintenance Operations *
  • Lock Out-Tag Out procedures, Tools and safety, Hazardous materials procedures, Preventative maintenance
  • NC 177: Process Control Systems
  • Closed Loop - Open Loop, Tuning and calibration, Pneumatic signal conditioning, Liquid flow, pressure, temp
  • NC 178: Maintenance Welding
  • Gas and stick welding principles, Oxyacetylene and electric arc welding, Basic arc welding, Welding pressure
  • NC 179: Maintenance Welding
  • Piping schematics, Selecting materials, Measuring, preparing and installing


* It is recommended that learners start with NC 176: Maintenance Operations