ENGINEERING & ADVANCED MANUFACTURING
This technical program prepares students to apply knowledge and skills in the engineering field. Basic instruction is provided in a variety of areas associated with engineering such as civil engineering, electrical and electronic engineering, electromechanical instrumentation, industrial production and mechanical engineering. Instruction includes but is not limited to electrical circuitry, electronic digital and microprocessor applications, high and low voltage applications, instrumentation calibration, prototype devel-opment, testing, inspecting, systems analysis and maintenance, applications to specific engineering systems, CAD/CAM, fluid power, heating and cooling, manufacturing systems, principles of mechanics, properties of materials, and report writing.
Project Lead the Way Courses taught in this program:
Introduction to Engineering Design
Computer Integrated Manufacturing
Principles of Engineering
Engineering Design & Development (capstone)
PRECISION MACHINING TECHNOLOGY
This program builds a firm foundation in the following areas: lathe, mill, grinder, drill press, bench work, precision measurement, print reading, and understanding geometric tolerances. Students cover advanced machining techniques on Computer Numerical Control machines (CNC).
Precision Metal Machine uses the following curriculum:
Tooling U – SME
National Institute for Metal Working Skills (NIMS)
Career safe – Safety Training and OSHA 10 hour certifications