Troubleshoot your problem areas by identifying and repairing maintenance issues before they become a major headache.

Maintenance engineers will learn how to troubleshoot major problem areas and make repairs that promote a food safe working environment. Both those new to maintenance engineering and seasoned veterans will gain insight into many critical disciplines in the field.

Course features:

  • Illustrations to make topics easy to understand and remember
  • Review questions keyed with lesson references
  • Self-check quizzes prior to each exam


  1. Mathematics - Basic Computation
  2. Mathematics - Weights, Measures and Formulas
  3. Applied Mechanics - Forces and Energy
  4. Applied Mechanics - Solids, Liquids and Gases
  5. Applied Mechanics - Heat and Temperature
  6. Basic Electricity
  7. Electrical Energy and Power
  8. RCL Circuits
  9. Electric Motors and Generators
  10. Motor Control
  11. Basic Electronics
  12. Programmable Controllers
  13. Refrigeration
  14. Refrigerants, Accessories and Piping
  15. Charging and Troubleshooting a Refrigeration System
  16. Principles of Hydraulics
  17. Hydraulics Components
  18. Hydraulic Components, Operation and Maintenance
  19. Bearings and Lubrication
  20. Oxyacetylene Welding and Brazing
  21. Arc Welding, MIG and TIG Welding
  22. Boilers
  23. Preventive Maintenance

Upon succesful completion of this course you will receive 18.4 IACET continuing education units.

Enrollment Information

Enrollments are accepted any time. Upon enrollment students will be shipped all course lessons. Lesson exams are online. Exam instructions will be e-mailed upon enrollment. To receive a document of completion, students must submit an online exam for each lesson with a passing score of 70% or higher.

Time allowed to complete the course: three years.

23 lessons, 18.4 CEUs

Technical Requirements:

  • Internet access
  • E-mail account (must be individual)


Maintenance Engineering

Upon Enrollment$520.00