I. General Information
1. Course Title:
2. Course Prefix & Number:
3. Course Credits and Contact Hours:
Lecture Hours: 2
Lab Hours: 0
4. Course Description:
This course aligns with the Manufacturing Skill Standards Council’s (MSSC) assessment and certification system for Maintenance Awareness. The curriculum is based upon federally endorsed national standards for production workers. The course introduces the concepts of Total Productive Maintenance (TPM) and preventative maintenance with the fundamental principles of lubrication, electricity, hydraulics, pneumatics, and power transmission systems.
5. Placement Tests Required:
|Accuplacer (specify test):
||Reading College Level CLC or Reading College Level, and Fundamentals of Math Pre-College Level or Math Pre-College Level or Math Introductory College Level or Algebra College Level or Pre-Calculus College Level or Calculus College Level
6. Prerequisite Courses:
CMAE 1526 - Maintenance Awareness
There are no prerequisites for this course.
9. Co-requisite Courses:
CMAE 1526 - Maintenance Awareness
There are no corequisites for this course.
II. Transfer and Articulation
1. Course Equivalency - similar course from other regional institutions:
St Cloud Technical College, CMAE 1526 Maintenance Awareness, 2 cr
Northland Community & Technical College, CMAE 1526 Maintenance Awareness, 2 cr
St. Paul College, CMAE 1526 Maintenance Awareness, 2 cr
Northwest Technical College, CMAE 1526 Maintenance Awareness, 2 cr|
Century College, CMAE 1526 Maintenance Awareness, 2 cr
Lake Superior College, CMAE 1526 Maintenance Awareness, 2 cr
Pine Technical & Community College, CMAE 1526 Maintenance Awareness, 2 cr
Riverland Community College, CMAE 1526 Maintenance Awareness, 2 cr
2. Transfer - regional institutions with which this course has a written articulation agreement:
Bemidji State University B.A.S. Applied Engineering
Bemidji State University B.A.S. Applied Management
3. Prior Learning - the following prior learning methods are acceptable for this course:
- Military Experience
III. Course Purpose
1. Program-Applicable Courses – This course is required for the following program(s):
360 Production Technologies Certificate
Manufacturing Foundations Certificate
IV. Learning Outcomes
1. College-Wide Outcomes
||Students will be able to:
|Demonstrate oral communication skills
||Apply principles of effective communication through active role play and or small group presentations.
|Demonstrate written communication skills
||Produce comprehensive and analytical written documentation.
|Analyze and follow a sequence of operations
||Analyze assigned case scenarios and apply theoretical concepts.
|Apply abstract ideas to concrete situations
||Apply TPM to manufacturing situations.
2. Course Specific Outcomes - Students will be able to achieve the following measurable goals upon completion of
- Understand the concepts of preventative maintenance systems;
- Interpret monitoring indicators for optimal equipment performance;
- Identify fundamental principles of lubrication, electricity, hydraulics, pneumatics, and power transmission systems;
- Identify potential maintenance issues with production equipment;
- Understand documentation within a maintenance plan; and
- Understand the system components of Total Productive Maintenance (TPM).
V. Topical Outline
Listed below are major areas of content typically covered in this course.
1. Lecture Sessions
- Total Productive Maintenance (TPM) system components
- Concepts of preventative maintenance and routine repair
Monitoring indicators role in production operations
Production housekeeping schedule
Identifying potential maintenance issues in basic production systems
Maintenance system documentation
Total Productive Maintenance System Components
- Power transmission systems