Start, change or enhance your career with our Multi-Craft Technician Fast Track Career Training Program. In this program, students will be provided the opportunity to gain the necessary entry-level skills to apply for Multi-Craft Technician positions. Students will also have the chance to gain two national credentials that employers respect in this industry.
Multi-Craft Technicians maintain and repair industrial machinery and processing equipment. This can involve the repair of complex machines such as robotic welding arms and hydraulic lifts. Multi-craft technicians can also be called: Industrial maintenance workers and/or machinery mechanics.
Job Duties May Include:
- Repair or maintain the operating condition of industrial production or processing machinery or equipment
- Repair or replace broken or malfunctioning components of machinery or equipment
- Disassemble machinery or equipment to remove parts and make repairs
- Observe and test the operation of machinery or equipment to diagnose malfunctions, using voltmeters or other testing devices
- Reassemble equipment after completion of inspections, testing, or repairs
- Clean, lubricate, or adjust parts, equipment, or machinery
- Examine parts for defects, such as breakage or excessive wear
- Operate newly repaired machinery or equipment to verify the adequacy of repairs
- Analyze test results, machine error messages, or information obtained from operators to diagnose equipment problems.
- Record parts or materials used and order or requisition new parts or materials as necessary
2013 Median Wage – $23.03 hourly, $47,910 Annually
2012 Employment– 319,000 Employees
2012-2022 Projected Growth– 15% to 21% (faster than avg.)
2012-2022 Job Openings – 152,500
Top Employers of Multi-Craft Technicians– Manufacturing, Distribution Facilities
Participants may receive:
- Career Readiness Certificate (CRC)
- OSHA 10 General Industry Certificate
- Grant Funding may be available for partial/full funding or payment plans for the program costs.