Illinois Valley Community College is located at 815 N. Orlando Smith Road, Oglesby, Illinois 61348. Student parking is available in Lot #7, Lot #2, #3, #4, #5.
Visitor parking is available in Lot #1. ADA parking is available at an accessible lot located near the front of the building.
Parking for evening classes is available in Lot #1 after 5 p.m.
An information desk is located inside the main entrance.
Directional signs will be posted inside the main entrance and Lot #7 entrance to assist students in locating their classroom.
If you have questions about the location of your class, please contact the IVCC Continuing Education Center, 8 a.m.-4 p.m, Monday-Friday, excluding holidays.
Though the seminar is primarily crafted for those with a mechanical craft background, it holds invaluable insights for production operators, engineers, and even first-line supervisors. Supervisors attending will not only upgrade their understanding but also demonstrate a commitment to supporting their teams in upholding the highest standards of precision.
In an era where precision is of utmost importance, it's essential that craft technicians have a solid grasp of the fundamentals of precision assembly and installation. In many professional settings, we've observed a growing gap in understanding and application of these core principles. The Essential Craft Skills 1 - Precision Assembly & Installation seminar (ID: 11260) is designed to bridge this gap, enabling technicians to better understand the delicate intricacies and immense significance of their roles in the industrial landscape.
This seminar provides more than just theoretical knowledge. With hands-on exercises and dynamic demonstrators, participants get a firsthand experience of how to effectively integrate precision techniques into their daily operations. The diverse topics, ranging from coupling assemblies to lubrication techniques, are meticulously curated to provide a holistic understanding of the craft.
Bearing types and applications
Precise alignment principles
Common assembly errors and the distinction between reliability and runability.