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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

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 Course

Richland Course/Credit

Tech Academy Course

Richland Course/Credit

Total Possible Credits

1st Year Students


Engineering Technology

Fluid Power Fundamentals ENGT 103 – 3 Credits


CNC Fundamentals ENGT 104 – 3 Credits


Intro to Carbon Capture & Storage CCS 115 – 3 Credits