This Advanced Manufacturing Level 1 Certificate of Achievement provides the relevant knowledge and skills required for entry-level employment or internship for manufacturing technicians and assemblers. The subjects are taught with an emphasis on job related skills required by manufacturing industries, using a practical approach using procedures, and standards using in the manufacturing industry.
Program Learning Outcomes
- Demonstrate competence in building, servicing, and testing circuits utilizing safe and industry standard practices and procedures.
- Demonstrate how to assemble circuit boards, mechanical systems and electrical systems.
- Perform a material application process that includes material selection, application fabrication techniques, relevant testing, and necessary characterization technique based on the application.
- Demonstrate how to collect, analyze, interpret, and present numerical data to make effective decisions.
|BIS 109||Microsoft Office||3|
|BUS 060||Fundamentals of Business Statistics||3|
|ENGL 001A||English Composition||3|
|MFGT 101||Introduction to Advanced Manufacturing||2|
|MFGT 102||Math for Manufacturing||2|
|MFGT 103||Introduction to Assembly||3|
|MFGT 201||Fundamental Electronics for Manufacturing||3|
|MFGT 202||Properties of Materials for Manufacturing||3|
|MFGT 203||Data Analytics for Manufacturing and Quality Control||3|
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