Call the Technical Academy

217-872-4051 - Attendance
217-872-4050 - Main number
217-876-0918 - Fax

School Hours

Morning: 8:15 a.m. to 10:15 a.m.
Afternoon: 12:20 p.m. to 2:20 p.m.

Engineering Technology I and II

This course introduces students to a career installing, maintaining, and repairing industrial machine technology, including green technology of the future. Students will be preparing for a career as an engineering technician in a manufacturing or industrial environment.

Instruction will focus on fluid power systems, CNC (computer numeral controlled) fundamentals, and will also include an introduction to carbon capture and storage. Students will earn college credit through Richland Community College by taking this class.


Mr. Daum (ENGT I)

Mr Senger (ENGT II)

Course Location

Richland Community College Campus

Areas of Study

  • Motor Controls Fundamentals and Applications
  • Fluid Power Systems
  • Occupational Safety
  • Industrial Processes (Engineering Tech - General)
  • Principles of Wind Energy

Dual Credit  


Tech Academy Program

(High School Credit Earned)

RCC Course

(College Credit Earned)

1st Year Students Engineering Technology I
Fall 2022 Semester: 
ENGT 104 - Motor Control Applications
Credits Earned:  4.0
ENGT 160 - Metrology
Credits Earned: 3.0
Spring 2022 Semester:
ENGT 150 - Machining Fundamentals
Credits Earned: 2.0
ENGT 151 - Cutting & Work Holding
Credits Earned: 2.0
ENGT 160 - Metrology
Credits Earned: 3.0
2nd Year Students Engineering Technology II
Fall 2022 Semester: 
ENGT 101 - Motor Control Fundamentals
Credit Earned: 4.0
ENGT 131 - Maintenance Fundamentals
Credits Earned: 4.0
Spring 2022 Semester:
ENGT 111 - Motor Control Applications
Credits Earned: 4.0
ENGT 160 - Metrology
Credits Earned: 3.0