Ag and Industrial Mechanics
Agriculture and Industrial Mechanics  

Central Illinois abounds in opportunity for Agricultural and Industrial Mechanics students. The program provides a head start to those interested in joining the Armed Forces in specialized areas related to this field.

Program length: 2 years

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PhotoYou will be able to:

  • Perform basic repairs and service on large and small gas, diesel, and LP engine systems
  • Understand the basics of power trains, electrical and hydraulics systems
  • Set up new farm and construction equipment
  • Make structural repairs using welding techniques
  • Use parts and service manuals effectively
  • Operate small hand tools, power tools, and measuring tools
  • Spray paint
  • Participate in the FFA program which offers a variety of opportunities including contests, agricultural-related activities, and group outings

PhotoAgricultural and Industrial Mechanics students must understand and be able to use math and science to repair engines and diagnose mechanical failure. They must possess communication skills to read manuals, follow instructions, and talk to customers.

PhotoYou will be able to start your career as a(n):

  • Agricultural equipment mechanics operator
  • Lawn and garden equipment technician
  • Industrial equipment mechanic or operator
  • Motorcycle technician
  • Agricultural or industrial equipment sales and service person
  • Spray painter
  • Parts clerk
  • Semi Tractor technician
  • Welder

PhotoCACC students are employed by:

  • Capitol Machinery
  • Crossroads Ford
  • Beatty Implement
  • Dept. of Transportation
  • Prairie International Truck Centers
  • Roland Machinery
  • Carver's Outdoor Power Equipment

PhotoTech prep courses and credits available:

  • One-year advanced diesel technology program
  • Two-year technical degree in agricultural/construction equipment technology
  • Four-year professional degree in an agricultural/industrial field
  • Two-year Degree in Agricultural Business Management LLCC
  • Fertilization Occupations LLCC
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Springfield, IL 62712
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