• Manufacturing
    Manufacturing

    The Manufacturing cluster includes planning, managing and performing the processing of materials into intermediate or final products. It includes professional and technical support activities such as production planning and control, maintenance and manufacturing/process engineering. Students may learn a variety of technical skills that are in high demand in the world of work. Students may join the Skills USA student leadership club to have opportunities for gaining leadership experience and participation in competitive activities.

     

     


    Precision Metal Manufacturing
    Grade Placement ..........11-12

    Credits ...........................2

    Prerequisite ...................None

    Partnership....................MAYDAY Manufacturing Company and Bell Helicopter

     
    Ever wondered how precision metal products are manufactured for the aerospace, automotive, medical, and many other industries? Then this is the class for you! This course requires precision manufacturing tolerances within Ten Thousandths of an inch. In this course you will learn and work with the leading CAD/CAM (Computer Aided Design/Computer Aided Machining) software utilized by Industry. Students will also learn about material machineability and how to select and use the precision instruments necessary to ensure machined parts meet specifications and are within tolerance.
     
    Advanced Precision Metal Manufacturing

    Grade Placement ..........12

    Credits ...........................2

    Prerequisite...................Precision Metal Manufacturing

    Partnership....................MAYDAY Manufacturing Company and Bell Helicopter

     
    Advanced Precision Metal Manufacturing builds on first year knowledge and skills. It will include exposure to a 4th axis in design and part product production. MasterCam certification testing will be offered at the completion of the second year.

    Welding

    Grade Placement ..........11-12

    Credits ...........................2

    Prerequisite ...................None

    Partnership....................National Center for Construction Education Research
     

    This course is an entry level technical welding course. The course is designed for the beginner with little or no welding experience who is interested in pursuing a course of study that can lead to an American Welding Society (AWS) entry level certifi cation. Course curriculum follows American Welding Society “SENSE” guidelines to prepare the serious student for Entry Level certification testing after completing “Advanced Welding”.

    Advanced Welding

    Grade Placement ..........11-12

    Credits ...........................2

    Prerequisite ...................Welding

    Partnership....................National Center for Construction Education Research

     
    This advanced welding program will follow American Welding Society “SENSE” guidelines to prepare the serious student for Entry Level certification testing after completing “Advanced Welding”. Students will complete individual projects to demonstrate industry competencies.
     

     

     

     



Last Modified on July 22, 2010