Many of the tools and machines in manufacturing requiring motion are usually powered and / or controlled by electronic motors. These tools and machines cannot do their work properly if motors are not working correctly. Take this class to learn how to keep AC and DC motors maintained so they run correctly and efficiently, troubleshooting problems as they occur. Students will spend time online learning the concepts and then wrap-up with a classroom lab to practice what has been learned.

Note: This course is a combination of self-paced online learning and a classroom lab. Access to the course will be provided once registration is verified.

Summer 2018
Noncredit 0.0
Class Fee: $675.00
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Course Location

Accessed through the Internet



Meets between: June 11-June 30

Students will have access to self-paced online work June 11 - 29, 2018. Students are required to physically attend the check-out lab at the Sugar Grove Campus on Saturday, June 30, 8 a.m. - 1 p.m.