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Technician Courses

The Corporate College of Western Iowa Tech offers a variety of courses designed to fit the needs of today's technicians and tradesmen. These courses can be as short as two hours and as long 40 hours or more with one main similarity between all classes, a practical hands on approach to learning. So whether you are interested in upskilling your technical career, filling the gaps in your understanding of topics such as lubrication or bearings, or you are just simply interested in gaining new valuable knowledge and know-how, check out our course listings here at the Corporate College of Western Iowa Tech.

Customized Training for your Workforce

Corporate College can meet your needs in a way that works for you. We can build customized training on practically any subject - from basic electrical to industrial transmitters or mechanical drive systems to laser shaft alignment. Whether it's on one of our campuses, online, at your location and self-paced, or instructor led, we will do our best to accommodate the time and place that works for you and your business.

Course Contacts

Chris Sewalson

David Clark

Call 712.274.6418 or 800.352.4649 ext. 6418 to speak with one of our friendly staff.

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Class ID
CMNT-1230-01 (Sewalson)
2015 N.F.P.A 70E/ARC Flash
TWTH at 08:00AM - 04:30PM
Sioux City
In this class students will learn the fundamentals of OSHA's Arc Flash and NFPA's 70E standards. Students will gain an understanding of what is required to inplement safe electrical practices in the industrial workplace.
CMNT-9007-01 (Sewalson)
Industrial Sensors
MW at 01:00PM - 05:00PM
Sioux City
In this class, the Student will learn how to identify and wire all the various types of Industrial Sensors used in industry today. These include: the Photo Sensor (Photoeye)(Reflex & Diffuse), Proximity Sensor (Inductive & Capacitive), the Magnetic Reed Switch, the Hall Effect Sensor, and a host of various Industrial Sensors
CMNT-9005-01 (Nelson)
Industrial AC Motors
MW at 01:00PM - 05:00PM
Sioux City
This class will cover the interpretation of motor data, construction and operation of induction motors, electric motor wiring and configuration, and testing. Students will perform a variety of hands on activities including low and high voltage wiring, motor tear down and rebuild, low and high voltage testing, and motor failure analysis.