Electro – Mechanical Maintenance Technology

Program Length

900 hours, 45 weeks

Days/Times

Monday through Thursday, 4:30 pm to 10:30 pm

Program Dates

Start Date: August 2021
End Date: June 2022

Program Campus Location

Scarlet Oaks Career Campus
303 Scarlet Oaks Drive
Cincinnati, Ohio 45241
(Formerly 3254 East Kemper Road)

Tuition Information

Direct Cost:  The cost of the program

Tuition: $8,019
Books/Tools/Supplies: $2,643
Total*: $10,662 (Subject to change)

Please note:  Books, tools and supplies are a requirement of each program and are a mandatory cost of the program.

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Other Costs

Indirect Costs:  These are not costs to attend Great Oaks, but an estimate of living expenses you may have while attending school. They are shown for federal financial aid purposes, and include child care, housing, transportations, etc.

Dependent Student: $8,069
Independent Student: $14,052

Related Information

Accredited by the Commission of the Council on Occupational Education

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Contact Information

Hotline
513.771.8881

Marty Lopinto, Career Planning Specialist
lopintom@greatoaks.com or 513.612.5790

Mike Weyrich, Instructor
weyrichm@greatoaks.com or  513.612.5820

Gain Skills in Mechanical, Electronic and Electrical Systems

Do you see broken machines as a challenge, a problem to be solved? Consumer electronics and office and manufacturing equipment are sophisticated and complex, and require strong skills and the right touch to make them work smoothly.  Learn those skills and be ready for a wide range of careers.

Great Oaks Electro-Mechanical Maintenance Technology training for adults

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Learn skills to enter and advance in a rewarding, challenging, and well-paying career. Learn electrical and electronic repair and maintenance, and how to use test instrumentation such as digital voltmeters, oscilloscopes and logic probes. Learn to program PLCs and troubleshoot electrical motors and motor control circuitry. In addition, read ladder-logic diagrams and be introduced to pneumatics, hydraulics, and robotics. Students are eligible to earn the MSSC safety certification.

Learn more about a typical career in this field!

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Enrollment Requirements:

All students must be 18 years old by the completion of the program and have a high school diploma or HSE (High School Equivalency). HSE hotline: 513.612.5806