Jun 24, 2024  
Academic Program Manuals 2023-2024 
Academic Program Manuals 2023-2024 [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Industrial Maintenance Program Policies & Procedures

Non-Discrimination Statement

To view the full Non-Discrimination Statement, please visit the College Catalog & Student Handbook or the college website.

Disability Services/Accommodations

Individuals with disabilities who require accommodations for special services should contact the IHCC Disability Services office for assistance. Services are available to students who need classroom accommodations, interpreters and/or specialized equipment.

Students who are requesting accommodations must document their disability by providing a written statement signed by a school counselor, physician, psychologist or other health care professional. Statements must include: (a) a description of the disability, (b) a statement of how the disability prohibits one or more major life activities and is a barrier to the student’s full participation in the program, and (c) a description of the specific accommodations to be provided. (Requested accommodations must be related to the individual’s specific disability.)

All requests for accommodations should be made prior to enrollment.

Students should make their requests for accommodations to the Disability Services office at the time they are applying for admission and, preferably, no later than six weeks prior to the beginning of each academic term. All student requests are dealt with in a confidential manner. Students should contact Disability Services by calling (641) 683-5749 (Ottumwa) or (641) 856-2143, ext. 2214 (Centerville) or by email at [email protected].


Indian Hills Community College is a public post-secondary institution accredited by the Higher Learning Commission and is a member of the Higher Learning Commission, 30 North LaSalle Street, Suite 2400, Chicago, IL 60602-2504, and (800)621-7440.

Indian Hills Community College is also accredited by the State of Iowa, Iowa Department of Education, Grimes State Office Building, Des Moines, IA 50319-0146, (515)281-8260.

Program Learning Outcomes

The following list of program learning outcomes describes the knowledge and skills the student should be able to demonstrate upon completion of the program.

  • Apply proper practices of general safety, including OSHA, SDS, and PPE
  • Compute Electrical and fluid power parameters in industrial circuits.
  • Identify symbols and components used in the Industrial maintenance trade.
  • Analyze basic characteristics of three phase power and ac circuits.
  • Demonstrate troubleshooting techniques in a multitude of systems used in manufacturing.
  • Describe and install equipment and components used in manufacturing.
  • Explain industry standards and programs.
  • Describe DC, AC power generation and transmission of energy.
  • Recognize software problems, as well as electrical and mechanical failures.
  • Interpret maintenance concepts used in manufacturing.

Required Personal Tools

  • Screwdrivers – Straight and Philips
  • Wire stripper

Lab and Safety Procedures

  • No horseplay at any time.
  • Safety glasses are required when operating power tools.
  • No application of power to any lab project until the instructor approves the wiring.
  • Equipment and tools are required to be back each day.
  • A clean workspace is the student’s responsibility each day.  In other words, if you make a mess, clean it up.