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Coal Mining Programs: John A. Logan College

COAL MINING TECHNOLOGY
A cooperative program between John A. Logan College and Wabash Valley College

The Coal Mining Technology Program is a two-year program providing the qualifications necessary for students to enter the workforce while earning an Associate in Applied Science degree. The curriculum emphasizes the development of practical field skills and includes general education courses in communications, mathematics, human relations, and science.

Students in Coal Mining Technology will have access to the latest training panels in hydraulics, electricity and programmable logic controllers, designed to parallel current systems in place at the mines. Students will also use up-to-date computerized equipment in CPR training.

For more information, please contact:

Sibyl Janello, Director of Records & Registration
(618) 985-2828, ext.8371

Coal Mining Technology
JALC/WVC
700 Logan College Road
Carterville, IL 62918

John A. Logan College Catalog (LINK)

Fall 2015 Course Schedule

MINE MAINTENANCE CERTIFICATION    (One Year Program)

 Course descriptions:

CMT 2230 – Mine Hydraulics I
CMT 2250 – Mine Electrical Maintenance I
CMT 1200 – Intro: Introduction to 40 Hour Safety requirements


SPRING 2016 COURSE SCHEDULE

CMT 2240 - Mine Hydraulics II

CMT 2260 - Mine Electrical Maintenance II

CMT 2220 - Mine Machinery Repair
 
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