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Industrial Electro-Mechanical Technology Training

Love fixing any equipment you can get your hands on but can’t decide which trade fits your interests? Looking to enter a fast-growing industry that will only become more important in the future? New Castle School of Trades’ Industrial Electro-Mechanical Technology program was made just for you.

NCST’s Industrial Electro-Mechanical Technology Training program gives individuals hands-on experience in all major building, industrial, and alternative energy systems. From learning HVAC to understanding the essentials of the electrical trade, students get the experience they need to deal with any maintenance issue an employer could give them.

Industrial Electro-Mechanical Technology Training at NCST – New Castle, PA

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The Industrial Electro-Mechanical Technology Program takes 60-weeks to complete at the New Castle, PA Campus.
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The Industrial Electro-Mechanical Technology Program is available for daytime training at the New Castle Campus.
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At the completion of the Industrial Electro-Mechanical Technology, graduates will earn an Associate of Specialized Technology Degree.

Industrial Maintenance Training Program for Butler | Boardman | Struthers | Pennsylvania

Industrial maintenance does not refer to one specific trade but a combination of skills that incorporates many of the other trades. Unlike other industrial maintenance training programs, students who graduate from NCST will not only be able to demonstrate their knowledge of these skills in any work environment but also receive a two-year, specialized AST degree.

A graduate of this program will be equipped to find work in an industry where the skills they have developed are required to inspect, maintain, and service the equipment and facilities that companies rely on in day-to-day life. Typical assignments that NCST graduates receive in a facility maintenance position are related to these areas:

  • Plumbing
  • Boilers
  • Heating and Cooling
  • Electrical
  • Industrial Mechanics

With the ever-increasing cost of materials and equipment, it is essential for businesses and facilities to maintain the machines that they use on a daily basis. This means that there is a very high demand for individuals who have a broad knowledge and skills base. The Industrial Electro-Mechanical program in New Castle, PA, balances classroom instruction with hands-on training. Some of the courses required by students include:

I loved being a student at New Castle School of Trades. The instructors were awesome and will go above and beyond to make sure you understand everything they are teaching. I recommend NCST if you are looking to take the next step in life.


Ryan Lujan, New Castle Graduate

NCST Gives You More

In today’s competitive job market, potential employers want to know that their industrial maintenance technicians can not only handle facility maintenance issues but are versatile enough to handle customers in a respectful and professional way. Along with technical training, New Castle School of Trades also provides students with courses in:

  • Technical and Applied Math
  • Customer Service
  • Business Management
  • Job Search and Survival
  • Prints and Schematics

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NCST in New Castle, PA is ready to help you begin a successful career in industrial maintenance or renewable energy production. Learn more about our Industrial Electro-Mechanical Technology program by calling us at 1-833-352-0808.