Electromechanical Maintenance

electromechanical students at work in class
Addresses the demand for specialized technicians
The Electromechanical Maintenance program provides students employable skills to operate, test, maintain, or adjust unmanned, automated, servomechanical, or electromechanical equipment. These skills qualify students to assist engineers in testing and designing robotics equipment as well as other industry sectors.


Students may progress through the program and complete technical certificates along the way with multiple exit points, with each level adding more employable skills. The Cert A exit point will allow a student to be hired as an entry-level maintenance worker. The Cert B will allow the student to be hired as a competent maintenance personnel who can perform most basic maintenance work in industry job settings. The Cert C will allow the student to work on advanced electronic equipment and perform robotic repairs.

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Kansas residents can earn scholarship dollars to cover expenses associated with completing an eligible associate degree or certificate. Contact Admissions to find out more about the Kansas Promise Act scholarship.


Walker Technology Building
Arkansas City
Walker Tech Building
209 South 4th Street


Faculty & Staff

Academic Department Specialist - Career and Technical Education
Faculty - Electromechnical Maintenance
Faculty - CTE Chair & NDT Lead Instructor