OEC in Millwright

OEC in Millwright

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Occupational Endorsement Certificate (OEC) in Millwright

Students can complete this program in one year.

A professional Millwright is highly skilled in precision instrumentation, welding, construction, blue print reading, turbines, generators, rigging, conveyor systems, safety, and much more. Millwrights are experts at installing, maintaining, and repairing all sizes of industrial machinery. The OEC in Millwright trains students in each of these areas and is based on curriculum certified by the National Center for Construction Education and Research (NCCER) and has oversight by Alaska Millwright and Machine Erectors Local 1501.

 

Program Quick Facts

Cost Per Credit: $153* (For both in-state and out-of-state students; 2018-2019 academic year.)

*Total after 25% CTE discount applied to regular tuition. Learn more about the CTE discount.

Location: Valdez, Alaska

 
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Millwright Modules and Classes

  • ITEC A101 HAZWOPER 24 Hour

    1.5 Credits

    Designed to provide the classroom requirements for students trained at the Hazardous Emergency Response wirker level as described in 29 CFR 1910.120.

  • ITEC A111 Millwright Level I

    4 Credits

    Consists of six modules and the core NCCER curriculum. Provides students with knowledge in basic safety, basic math, hand tools, power tools, blueprints and basic rigging. Provides hands-on and classroom instruction to help students mas-ter the skills required in the millwright profession.
    Registration Restrictions: At least one high school math class completed at a 10th-grade level, reading and writing at 10th-grade level.

  • ITEC A112 Millwright Level II 

    4 Credits

    Consists of nine modules of instruction. Provides hands-on and classroom instruction to help students master the skills required for the millwright profession. Classes will be conducted with the cooperation of industry partnership. Skilled mill-wrights will participate in instruction of modules and the on-the-job training and skill development.

  • ITEC A211 Millwright Level III 

    5 Credits

    Consists of 12 modules of instruction. Provides hands-on and classroom instruction to help students master the skills required for the millwright profession. Classes will be conducted with the cooperation of industry partnership. Skilled mill-wrights will participate in instruction of modules and on-the-job training and skill development.

  • ITEC A212 Millwright Level IV 

    5 Credits

    Consists of 12 modules of instruction. Provides hands-on and classroom instruction to help students master the skills required for the millwright profession. Conducted with the cooperation of industry partnership. Skilled millwrights will participate in instruction of modules and on-the-job training and skill development.

  • ITEC A213 Millwright Level V 

    5 Credits

    Consists of nine modules of instruction. Students will perform written and manual proficiency in each module. Provides hands-on and classroom instruction to help students master the skills required for the millwright profession. Classes will be conducted with cooperation of industry partnerships. Skilled millwrights will participate in instruction of modules and on-the-job training and skill development.

  • ITEC A125 Confined Space Awareness

    .5 Credits

    Designed to give students the training that is required in the federal Confined Space Entry Regulations, 29 CFR 1910.146, for supervisors, attendants and entrants.