Programs

Electrical

  • Basic Electrical I
  • Basic Electrical II
  • AC/DC Machines
  • Industrial Motor Controls I
  • Advanced Industrial Motor Controls II
    - Forward-reverse jogging/braking
    - Sequencing operations
  • Programmable Logical Controllers - Programming
    - Wiring Applications
    - Timers/Counters
    - Motor Control Circuits
  • Advanced PLC training - Programming/Timer & Counters
    - Advanced applications with RS Links
    - Troubleshooting
    - Program Development Using Function Block Diagramming
  • Fiber Optics
  • Instrumentation & Process Control
  • Electrical Prints & Schematics
  • Industrial Power Systems
  • The Electric Industry
  • Energy Sources & Conversion
  • Thermodynamics
  • Electronics Classes
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Mechanical

  • Introduction to Levers
  • Linkages, Cams, & Turnbuckles
  • Pulley Systems and Gear Drives
  • Intro to Mechanical Drives Systems
  • Key Fasteners
  • Power Transmission Systems
  • Intro to V-Belt Drives
  • Intro to Chain Drives
  • Spur Gear Drives
  • Multiple Shaft Drives
  • Heavy Duty V-Belt Drives
  • V-Belt Selection and Maintenance
  • Synchronous Belt Drives
  • Lubrication Concepts
  • Precision Shaft Alignment
  • Couplings
  • Heavy-Duty Chain Drives
  • Plain Bearings
  • Ball Bearings
  • Roller Bearings
  • Antifriction Bearing Selection
  • Gaskets and Seals
  • Advanced Gear Drives
  • Gear Drive Selection & Maintenance

Hydraulics


  • Linear Motion Hydraulic Systems
  • Rotary Motion Hydraulic Systems
  • Principles of Hydraulic Pressure and Flow
  • Hydraulic Speed Control
  • Hydraulic Pressure Control
  • Hydraulic DCV Applications
  • Hydraulic Cylinder Applications
  • Hydraulic Relief Valve Operation
  • Hydraulic Check Value Applications
  • Accumulator Applications
  • Hydraulic Motor Applications
  • Hydraulic Pump and Motor Performance
  • Fluids and Conditioning

Safety/Environmental

  • Industrial Safety
  • Personal Protective Equipment
  • First Aid/CPR
  • First Responder
  • Lock Out/Tag Out
  • Confined Space
  • Industrial Rigging
  • Ergonomics
  • HazMat Awareness/HazMat Operations
  • OSHA Procedures
  • Hazard Analysis Program
  • Storm water Runoff
  • Incident Commander
  • Lab Safety Procedures

Computer Skills

  • Microsoft Office 2003 & 2007, 2010
    -Word
    -PowerPoint
    -Access
    -Outlook
  • Microsoft Project
  • Keyboarding
  • Auto CAD
  • Custom Projects as needed...

RSTC

The RSTC is a training delivery concept offered by The Solutions Group, a business and industrial training division of Arkansas Northeastern College. The RSTC facility is located at the ANC Harry L. Crisp Center in the industrial park in Blytheville, Arkansas, on Highway 18, just east of I-55. The RSTC provides "open entry - open exit" training in a wide variety of particular manufacturing skill sets. The primary mission of RSTC is to develop work-related skills that will enable our local industry to enjoy a much higher level of productivity. Currently, the general areas of skill available through the RSTC includes the following:

  • Millwright/Maintenance Mechanics
  • Industrial Electricity/Electronics
  • Instrumentation Technology
  • Sheet Metal Mechanics
  • Industrial Welding
  • Machine Tool/Tool & Die
  • Industrial Pipefitting
  • Robotics
  • Plastics
  • Sheet Metal
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Associate in Applied Science - Steel Industry Technology

General Education Requirements
  • English Composition I
  • English Composition II
  • Intermediate Algebra or College Algebra
  • Computer Fundamentals
  • Human Relations
  • Division Requirements
  • Decision Strategies
  • Business Communications
  • Industrial Safety Administration
  • Leadership/Teamwork
  • Major Requirements
  • Basic Electricity I
  • Basic Electricity II
  • Industrial Motor Controls
  • Programmable Logical Controllers
  • Blueprint Reading