Heavy Equipment Maintenance & Operation (HEMO)
This 100-hour Heavy Equipment Maintenance & Operation (HEMO) program is presented in four modules: Wheel Loaders, Excavators, Dozers and Backhoe Loaders. Training includes: classroom and simulators, equipment identification, maintenance and tools. Students will also learn basic site setup, equipment operating techniques and safe equipment loading and transporting. Students practice using state-of-the-art equipment. Upon completion, students will be issued a CiTi Certificate of Completion. Once a student has applied and secured funding, he/she must pass a physical and drug test.
- SOC (Standard Occupational Classification) Code: 47-2073
- U.S. Department of Labor: www.bls.gov/SOC
- HEGIS Code
Prerequisite: Completed application and pre-assessment.
Additional Requirements: Students must provide their own steel toe work boots.
Estimated Tuition: $3,625
Program Length: 100 hours
Schedule: Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday 5-9 p.m., approximately two months
Location: Mexico Campus (179 County Rt 64)
Start Date: Fall
Taught by: Nick Marshall
Average Salary*: $50,320
*According to U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics