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  • AC Circuit Analysis
    AC Circuit Analysis
    IST, electrical current, voltage, waveform, analyze, diagrams, industrial systems technology, phasors, capacitive, inductive, transformers, resonance
    A study of the fundamentals of alternating current including series and parallel AC circuits, phasors, capacitive and inductive networks, transformers, and resonance.
    • Calculate sources of electrical current and voltage for AC Circuits.
    • Measure and record AC waveform circuits using appropriate test equipment.
    • Analyze electrical diagrams to maintain circuit characteristics for AC Circuits.
    • Industrial Systems Technology CER1
    • CETT 1305
  • ACR Tech
    ACR Tech
    HVAC, electricity, circuits, Ohm's Law, voltage, current, continuity, safety, refrigeration, heat, flares, swages, bends, tubing, torch, brazing, soldering, air conditioning, wiring diagrams, troubleshooting
    Topics include principles of electricity as required by HVAC, the refrigeration cycle, tools and instruments used in the HVAC industry, tubing and piping practices, troubleshooting of control components, installation, repair, and charging of air conditioning systems, and principles used in servicing heating systems.
    • Demonstrate electrical safety.
    • Demonstrate knowledge of basic principles of electricity.
    • Apply Ohm's law to electrical calculations.
    • Demonstrate knowledge of basic principles of circuitry.
    • Perform electrical continuity tests with appropriate meters.
    • Perform electrical voltage tests with appropriate meters.
    • Perform electrical current tests with appropriate meters.
    • Demonstrate knowledge of basic principles of air conditioning devices.
    • Identify refrigeration components.
    • Explain operation of the basic refrigeration cycle and heat transfer.
    • Demonstrate proper application and/or use of test equipment.
    • Demonstrate proper application and/or use of safety procedures.
    • Perform safety procedures.
    • Identify and Safely Demonstrate proper use of hand tools, power tools, and instruments.
    • Construct flares, swages, and bends using tubing tools.
    • Test, repair, and/or replace HVAC-related electrical and control components, wiring, and equipment.
    • Read, draw, and interpret high and low voltage control circuits.
    • Identify various types of system applications.
    • Perform charging, recovery and evacuation procedures of an installed system.
    • Perform component and part diagnostics and replacement.
    • Perform system maintenance.
    • Identify different types of gas furnaces.
    • Identify and discuss component operation of gas furnaces.
    • Service gas furnaces.
    • Troubleshoot gas furnaces.
    • Identify unsafe operation of gas furnaces and perform safety inspections on gas heating systems.
    • Perform safety inspections on electric heating systems.
    • Identify and discuss component operation of electric heating systems.
    • Service electric heating systems.
    • Troubleshoot electric heating systems.
    • Test and diagnose components.
    • Test and diagnose systems.
    • Test and diagnose Accessories.
    • Complete applicable documentation.
    • HVAC Technician cer1
    • HART 1301
    • HART 1307
    • HART 1310
    • HART 1303
    • HART 1341
    • HART 1345
    • HART 2336
  • Advanced Controls
    Advanced Controls
    HVAC, electromechanical, pneumatic, circuits, smart energy
    Theory and application of electrical control devices, electromechanical controls, and/or pneumatic controls.
    • Install and troubleshoot complex electrical control devices.
    • Install and troubleshoot control circuits.
    • Apply A/C control concepts.
    • Analyze the effects of smart energy networks and how they interface with HVAC control systems.
    • HVAC Technology - Commercial Specialization AAS
    • HART 2334
  • Advanced Electricity
    Advanced Electricity
    HVAC, motors, power distribution, solid state, single, three phase, voltage, current unbalance
    Advanced electrical instruction and skill building in installation and servicing of air conditioning and refrigeration equipment including detailed instruction in motors and power distribution motors, motor controls, and application of solid state devices.
    • Explain the differences between single-phase and three-phase power.
    • Explain the classifications of power distribution.
    • Discuss the theory and operation of electric motors.
    • Discuss the protection of electric motors.
    • Discuss Direct Digital Control systems.
    • Discuss what Voltage and Current Unbalance is and its affect on three-phase motors.
    • HVAC Technology - Commercial Specialization AAS
    • HART 2331
  • Advanced Manual Machining
    Advanced Manual Machining
    tooling, lathe, mill, setup procedures, required specifications, materials, computer aided manufacturing, CAM
    A study of advanced lathe and milling operations with emphasis on advanced cutting operations of the lathe and milling machines, including the use of special tooling, bench assembly, and materials identification.
    • Student will demonstrate ability to Identify and apply special tooling for the lathe and milling machines.
    • Student will demonstrate ability to list machine and work setup procedures.
    • Student will demonstrate ability to perform advanced lathe and milling machine setup to required specifications.
    • Student will demonstrate ability to identify and select proper tooling for machining of specific materials.
    • Computer Aided Manufacturing Machinist CER2
    • MCHN 2341
  • Advanced Security Technician
    Advanced Security Technician
    cyber security, computers, NIST, network, DRP, cryptographic protocols
    Instruction in security for network hardware, software, and data, including physical security backup procedures relevant tools encryption and protection from viruses.
    • Student will be able to identify security configuration parameters on network devices and other technologies in accordance with NIST Guidelines and other best practices.
    • Implement appropriate security processes on network storage, devices and other technologies.
    • Student will be able to design a DRP.
    • Use network operating system features to implement network security.
    • Student will be able to Identify computer and network threats and vulnerabilities and methods to prevent their effects.
    • Identify processes for securing wired and wireless networks.
    • Identify cryptographic protocols.
    • Implement cryptography tools and techniques in a network.
    • Cyber Security CER2
    • ITSY 1342
  • Alignment
    Alignment
    IME, industrial maintenance mechanic, pumps, motor shafts, laser shaft alignment
    Machinery foundation, locations, installation, and alignment activities are practiced and tested with emphasis is on the various methods of shaft alignment including laser shaft alignment.
    • The student will be able to align pumps and motor shafts using the various methods of shaft alignment.
    • Industrial Maintenance Mechanic CER1
    • INMT 2301
  • Basic CAM
    Basic CAM
    CAM, computer aided manufacturing, software, part programs, tool geometry
    A study of Computer-Aided Manufacturing (CAM) software which is used to develop applications for manufacturing. Emphasis on tool geometry, tool selection, and the tool library.
    • Student will demonstrate ability to use Computer-Aided Manufacturing software to create part programs.
    • Computer Aided Manufacturing Machinist CER2
    • MCHN 1326
  • Basic Fluid Power
    Basic Fluid Power
    IST, circuitry, schematics, actuators, industrial systems
    Basic fluid power course covering pneumatic and hydraulic systems, fluid power symbols, operating theory, components, and basic electrical and manual controls.
    • Build basic fluid power circuitry using schematics.
    • Apply and compare advantages of methods used for speed control of basic fluid power circuits.
    • Calculate and record pressure, force, and area of basic fluid power actuators in metric and standard units using formulas.
    • Select and connect properly a variety of control valves of basic fluid power circuits.
    • Measure pressure and flow of basic fluid power systems using test equipment.
    • Troubleshoot, repair and maintain basic fluid power systems.
    • Industrial Systems Technology CER1
    • ELMT 1305
  • Basic Hydraulics
    Basic Hydraulics
    IME, industrial maintenance mechanic, flow rate, pressure speed, force, schematic symbols
    Fundamentals of hydraulics including types of hydraulic pumps, cylinders, valves, motors, and related systems. Introduction to hydraulic schematic symbols as related to components.
    • The student will be able to define terms and nomenclature related to hydraulics.
    • The student will be able to calculate relationships between flow rate, pressure speed, and force relative to hydraulics.
    • The student will be able to identify basic components of a hydraulic system and draw basic hydraulic systems including schematic symbols.
    • The student will be able to describe characteristics of hydraulic components and demonstrate proper use of hydraulic systems.
    • Industrial Maintenance Mechanic CER1
    • HYDR 1305
  • Basic Machining - IME
    Basic Machining - IME
    IME, industrial maintenance mechanic, fasteners, threading
    Basic mechanical skills and repair techniques common to most fields of industrial maintenance. Topics include precision measuring instruments and general safety rules common inindustry, including lock-out/tag-out.
    • The student will be able to identify and use various types of fasteners and threading procedures common to industrial maintenance.
    • The student will be able to utilize various hand and power tools following industry standards.
    • Demonstrate the proper use of machining tools.
    • Industrial Maintenance Mechanic CER1
    • INMT 1305
  • Basic Machining - PMT
    Basic Machining - PMT
    PMT, math, safety, measurement, pertinent tolerances, off-hand grinding, lathe, MSDS, manual mill, profilometer, calibration, micrometer
    An introduction to reading and interpreting working drawings for fabrication processes and associated trades. Use of sketching techniques to create pictorial and multiple-view drawings. Fundamental machine shop safety, math, and measurement. An introduction to the modern science of dimensional metrology. Emphasis on the identification, selection, and application of various types of precision instruments associated with themachining trade. Practice of basic layout and piece part measurements while using standard measuring tools.
    • The student will be able to identify, interpret and explain working drawings including dimensions, notes, symbols, sections, and auxiliary views.
    • The student will be able to calculate pertinent tolerances.
    • Demonstrate ability to sketch pictorials and multi-view drawings.
    • Given an engineering drawing and process sheet, select appropriate tools to perform bench-work & layout operations that conform to the tolerance specified.
    • Using engineering drawings, process sheets, and appropriate layout tools, perform off-hand grinding operations to sharpen drills and grind lathe tools.
    • Using engineering drawings, process sheets, and appropriate tools, perform cutting processes on saws and drill presses.
    • Identify, select, and use the appropriate measuring tool to perform basic measurements and understand and explain the use of basics of tolerance.
    • Provided engineering drawings, identify and perform the operations described, utilizing blueprint reading skills.
    • Understand and apply safety practices for metal cutting utilizing personal protective equipment, MSDS hazard communication, and safety for lifting devices.
    • Apply math fundamental concepts to calculate shop math problems.
    • Using engineering drawings, process sheets, and appropriate tools, demonstrate the basics of engine lathe operations.
    • Using engineering drawings, process sheets, and appropriate tools, perform and demonstrate the basics of manual mill operations.
    • Given a drawing, determine the basic tolerance for a given dimension of size and/or feature location.
    • Given various physical part components (lathe and mill produced parts), use precision measuring tools to measure features to the required tolerances.
    • Describe and apply micrometer calibration to shop micrometers.
    • Perform standard inspection of part components.
    • Perform thread measurement inspection using a variety of measuring tools.
    • Given a drawing, determine the texture of a surface utilizing a visual surface finish standard comparator and a profilometer to compare or determine the finish of a surface.
    • Interpret and describe blueprint drawings by describing the drawing geometry and explaining the machining operations required to build the product.
    • Precision Machining Technology AAS
    • Precision Machining Technology
    • DFTG 1325
    • MCHN 1301
    • MCHN 1320
  • Blueprint Reading - CAM & PMT
    Blueprint Reading - CAM & PMT
    computer aided manufacturing, dimensions, notes, symbols, sections, auxiliary views, PMT, precision machining
    An introduction to reading and interpreting working drawings for fabrication processes and associated trades. Use of sketching techniques to create pictorial and multiple-view drawings.
    • The student will be able to identify, interpret and explain working drawings including dimensions, notes, symbols, sections, and auxiliary views.
    • Computer Aided Manufacturing Machinist
    • DFTG 1325
  • Blueprint Reading - Plumbing
    Blueprint Reading - Plumbing
    plumbing, scale print, architectural, engineering, construction, elevation, sections
    Introductory blueprint reading for residential and light commercial construction.
    • The student will be able to scale print with architectural and engineering Scales.
    • The student will be able to identify construction blueprint symbols and abbreviations.
    • The student will be able to interpret construction contract documents.
    • The student will be able to correlate elevation, sections, plan views, schedules, and general notes.
    • Plumbing & Pipefitting Technology CER1
    • CNBT 1300
  • Blueprint Reading - Welding (NTX)
    Blueprint Reading - Welding (NTX)
    drawings, dimensions, notes, symbols, sections, auxiliary views, calculate, pertinent tolerances
    An introduction to reading and interpreting working drawings for fabrication processes and associated trades. Use of sketching techniques to create pictorial and multiple-view drawings.
    • The student will be able to identify, interpret and explain working drawings including dimensions, notes, symbols, sections, and auxiliary views.
    • The student will be able to calculate pertinent tolerances.
    • Structural Welding CER1
    • DFTG 1325
  • Blueprint Reading - Welding (WTX)
    Blueprint Reading - Welding (WTX)
    weld symbols, interpret drawings, terminology, field application
    A study of industrial blueprints with emphasis placed on terminology, symbols, graphic description, and welding processes. Includes systems of measurement and interpretation of plans and drawings used by industry to facilitate field application and production.
    • Students will be able to identify basic weld symbols.
    • Students will be able to interpret drawings.
    • Structural Welding CER1
    • WLDG 1313
  • Boiler Basics
    Boiler Basics
    IME, industrial maintenance mechanic, boiler vessels, sub-systems
    Boiler maintenance procedures with emphasis on the various components associated with boilers.
    • The student will be able to demonstrate proper boiler maintenance to industry standards.
    • The student will be able to demonstrate procedures for maintaining boiler vessels.
    • The student will be able to develop and implement a boiler maintenance schedule.
    • The student will be able to perform maintenance procedures for boiler sub-systems.
    • Industrial Maintenance Mechanic CER1
    • CBFM 1303
  • BPAT
    BPAT
    plumbing, backflow, backpressure, prevention, contamination, potable water
    Principles, practices, and regulations of backflow. Includes backpressure, public health, laws and responsibilities, mechanics and use of backflow devices, and equipment testing used in backflow devices.
    • The students will use proper terminology related to backflow prevention.
    • The student will identify the dangers of contamination in potable water systems.
    • The student will be able to install backflow devices.
    • The student will be able to test backflow devices.
    • The student will be able to maintain backflow devices.
    • Plumbing & Pipefitting Technology CER1
    • PFPB 1347
  • CAD/CAM
    CAD/CAM
    PMT, gear geometry, clutch, brake, lubrication, power variables, spring, belt drive, transmission, work planes, tool paths, freeform, motion
    Design considerations for machinery. Includes selection of mechanical components and machine construction principles. Astudy of advanced techniques in Computer-Aided Manufacturing (CAM). A study of advanced lathe and milling operations. Emphasis on advanced cutting operations of the lathe and millingmachines, including the use of special tooling, bench assembly, and materials identification. An advanced coursethat incorporates conventional and computer numerical control equipment. Design and fabricate fixtures. Use metrology equipment and reverse engineering. Manufacture a project that shows proficiency in a variety of machining equipment and processes.
    • Define mechanical systems.
    • Preform project based assignments and responsibilities.
    • Articulate and provide examples of safety before and after maintenance.
    • Explain the various forces of machines.
    • Describe power transmission components.
    • Define and describe the importance of lubrication on mechanical systems.
    • Indicate mechanical power variables.
    • Describe bearing applications.
    • Explain and give examples of various spring applications.
    • Describe various belt drive applications.
    • Explain gear geometry.
    • Indicate various gear applications.
    • Describe clutch and brake applications.
    • Identify, describe, and practice machine work planes.
    • Show and apply work planes - creating tool paths.
    • Demonstrate work plane - options.
    • Identify and apply surface primitives.
    • Indicate Surfaces - projection.
    • Explain and describe surfaces - complex.
    • Explain and describe surfaces - freeform machining.
    • Describe tool motion (patterns) options.
    • Define and demonstrate freeform machining - advanced topics.
    • Define and demonstrate freeform fachining - additional practice.
    • Student will demonstrate ability to Identify and apply special tooling for the lathe and milling machines.
    • Student will demonstrate ability to list machine and work setup procedures.
    • Student will demonstrate ability to perform advanced lathe and milling machine setup to required specifications.
    • Student will demonstrate ability to identify and select proper tooling for machining of specific materials.
    • Describe Heat Treatment of Steel and Hardness Testing.
    • Define grinding, abrasives, grinding wheel materials, grinding processes, grinding wheel geometry, dressing and truing, surface grinder operations, and grinding variables.
    • Given a drawing, define and apply surface grinder operations to produce precision tools to the specified drawing tolerance.
    • The student will demonstrate machine tool set-up and operation on drill presses, saws, milling machines, vertical and horizontal, lathes, CNC milling and CNC turning, and surface grinding operations.
    • Precision Machining Technology AAS
    • ENTC 2310
    • MCHN 2338
    • MCHN 2341
    • MCHN 2471
  • Chairside Assisting
    Chairside Assisting
    dental, OSHA, procedures, four-handed, armamentarium, protocol, guidelines
    A study of pre-clinical chairside assisting procedures, instrumentation, OSHA and other regulatory agencies' standards.An expanded study of dental assisting techniques with emphasis on four-handed dentistry and utilization of armamentarium for general practice and specialty procedures.
    • Given any procedure performed in a dental office, apply correct preparation procedures.
    • When performing any oral techniques, apply four-handed dentistry.
    • Given a chairside dental procedure, identify and select specific armamentarium.
    • Given a procedure performed in a dental office, manipulate dental materials.
    • When performing temporary and permanent restorative procedures follow proper guidelines.
    • Given a situation that could occur within the dental office, demonstrate safety procedures according to OSHA standards and other regulatory guidelines.
    • Given a procedure in general dentistry apply standard dental protocol.
    • Given a procedure, identify and select armamentarium.
    • Dental Assistant CER1
    • DNTA 1415
    • DNTA 1453
  • Chilled Water
    Chilled Water
    HVAC, air conditioning, 25 tons, maintenance
    A study of components, accessories, applications, and installation of air conditioning systems above 25 tons capacity.
    • Explain the sequence of operation for industrial systems and its accessories.
    • Identify components relative to industrial systems including chilled water systems.
    • Perform program maintenance procedures.
    • HVAC Technology - Commercial Specialization AAS
    • HART 2343
  • Cisco I
    Cisco I
    cyber security, computers, infrastructure, OSI, TCP, router, UDP, DNS, DHCP, FTP, protocol, ethernet, network, switch
    A course introducing the architecture, structure, functions, components, and models of the internet. Describes the use of OSI and TCP layered models to examine the nature and roles of protocols and services at the applications, network, data link, and physical layers. Covers the principles and structure of IP addressing and the fundamentals of Ethernet concepts, media, and operations. Build simple LAN topologies by applying basic principles of cabling perform basic configurations of networkdevices, including routers and switches and implementing IP addressing schemes.
    • Research and identify a network infrastructure and the devices that comprise a network.
    • Explain the function of the OSI and TCP layered models in sending and receiving data.
    • Connect a router and verify router configuration.
    • Explore the functionality of the TCP, UDP, DNS, DHCP, and FTP protocols.
    • Identify and compare the operation of ethernet sub-layers.
    • Identify devices and configure a switch to build a small network.
    • Cyber Security CER2
    • ITCC 1301
  • Cisco II
    Cisco II
    cyber security, computers, configure network, static routing, frame forwarding, CLI, command line interface, switch, VLAN, DHCP, NAT, ACLs, PIv4, IPv6
    This course describes the architecture, components, and operation of routers, and explains the principles of routing and routing protocols. Students analyze, configure, verify, and troubleshoot the primary routing protocols RIPv1, RIPv2, EIGRP, and OSPF. Recognize and correct common routing issues and problems. Model and analyze routing processes.
    • Connect and configure router for a small routed network.
    • Identify and configure network settings.
    • List advantages and disadvantages of using static routing.
    • Design and implement IP addressing using a classless implementation.
    • List features and concepts of link-state and distance vector routing protocols.
    • Configure routing protocols in a small routed network.
    • Identify characteristics of a switched network and the process of frame forwarding.
    • Using the command-line-interface (CLI) configure the switch and router on a network.
    • Configure a Virtual Local Area Network (VLAN) on a network.
    • Identify and configure ACLs to filter traffic using IPv4 and IPv6.
    • Configure a router as a DHCP server and a DHCP client.
    • Describe and configure Network Address Translation (NAT).
    • Cyber Security CER2
    • ITCC 1304
  • Cisco III
    Cisco III
    cyber security, computers, network, VLAN, EIGRP
    This course helps students develop an in-depth understanding of how switches operate and are implemented in the LAN environment for small and large networks. Detailedexplanations of LAN switch operations, VLAN implementation, Rapid Spanning Tree Protocol (RSTP), VLAN Trunking Protocol (VTP), Inter-VLAN routing, and wireless network operations. Analyze, configure, verify, and troubleshoot VLANs,RSTP, VTP, and wireless networks. Campus network design and Layer 3 switching concepts are introduced.
    • Define the function of communication protocols, networking standards, and interoperability.
    • Build and connect cables in a wired environment as well as establish connectivity using wireless media.
    • Explain hierarchical network design in the context of business architectures in a small to medium-sized business network.
    • Configure an IOS and use various commands to implement security restrictions.
    • Describe fixed-configuration switching hardware that facilitates network access a small to medium-sized business network.
    • Describe, troubleshoot, and configure VLAN routing and IP addressing issues.
    • Implement EIGRP to enable end-to-end connectivity in a small to medium-sized business network.
    • Manage IOS system image files in a small to medium-sized business network.
    • Use and compare output using ping and tracert requests.
    • Describe the infrastructure of wireless technology.
    • Implement wireless LANs to provide network access in a small to medium-sized business network.
    • Cyber Security CER2
    • ITCC 2308
  • CNC Machining Center
    CNC Machining Center
    computer aided manufacturing, CAM, mill, manual mode, procedures, programs, lathe, automatic mode, tolerances, deficiencies, dimensions, notes, symbols, sections, auxiliary views
    A study of CNC operations with an emphasis on vertical machining centers. Topics also include reading and interpreting working drawings and use of sketching techniques to create pictorial and multiple-view drawings.
    • Student will demonstrate ability to safely operate CNC mill in manual mode.
    • Student will demonstrate ability to execute proper job procedures, write, edit, and apply basic knowledge of CNC programs.
    • Student will have ability to safely operate the lathe in automatic mode to produce a part to specified tolerances.
    • Student will show ability to demonstrate recognition of deficiencies with a machining process and the ability to correct it.
    • The student will be able to identify, interpret and explain working drawings including dimensions, notes, symbols, sections, and auxiliary views.
    • Computer Aided Manufacturing Machinist CER2
    • MCHN 2434
    • DFTG 1325
  • CNC Operator
    CNC Operator
    controls, operations, CAM, computer aided manufacturing
    Programming and operation of Computer Numerical Controlled (CNC) machine shop equipment.
    • Student will demonstrate ability to operate CNC machine controls.
    • Student will demonstrate ability to utilize CNC machine applications for machining operations.
    • Computer Aided Manufacturing Machinist
    • MCHN 2303
  • CNC Turning Center
    CNC Turning Center
    drawings, dimensions, notes, symbols, sections, auxiliary views, lathe, manual mode, programs, automatic mode, specified tolerances, deficiencies, CAM, computer aided manufacturing
    A study of CNC operations with an emphasis on turning centers. Topics also include reading and interpreting working drawings and use of sketching techniques to create pictorial and multiple-view drawings.
    • The student will be able to identify, interpret and explain working drawings including dimensions, notes, symbols, sections, and auxiliary views.
    • Student will demonstrate ability to safely operate CNC lathe in manual mode.
    • Student will demonstrate ability to execute proper job procedures, write, edit, and apply basic knowledge of CNC programs.
    • Student will demonstrate the ability to safely operate the lathe in automatic mode to produce a part to specified tolerances.
    • Student will show ability to demonstrate recognition of deficiencies with a machining process and the ability to correct it.
    • Computer Aided Manufacturing Machinist CER2
    • DFTG 1325
    • MCHN 2331
  • Commercial Plumbing
    Commercial Plumbing
    plumbing, drain, waste, vent, water, fixture, potable, gas
    Students learn practices and procedures employed by a plumber in the common construction in a commercial building including drain, waste, and vent systems, water systems, and fixture installations.
    • The student will be able to install the DWV for a Building.
    • The student will be able to install a potable water system for a building.
    • The student will be able to install a gas system for a building.
    • Plumbing & Pipefitting Technology CER1
    • PFPB 2336
  • Commercial Refrigeration
    Commercial Refrigeration
    HVAC, electrical safety, Ohm's law, circuitry, voltage, current, air conditioning, heat transfer, flares, swages, bends, tubing, torch, brazing, soldering, maintenance, temperature, ice
    Topics include principles of electricity as required by HVAC, tools and instruments used in the HVAC industry, tubing and piping practices, troubleshooting of control components, installation, repair, and charging of air conditioning systems, installation, repair, and charging of air conditioning systems, and theory and practical application in the maintenance of commercial refrigeration medium, and low temperature applications and ice machines.
    • Demonstrate electrical safety.
    • Demonstrate knowledge of basic principles of electricity.
    • Apply Ohm's law to electrical calculations.
    • Demonstrate knowledge of basic principles of circuitry.
    • Perform electrical continuity tests with appropriate meters.
    • Perform electrical voltage tests with appropriate meters.
    • Perform electrical current tests with appropriate meters.
    • Demonstrate knowledge of basic principles of air conditioning devices.
    • Identify refrigeration components.
    • Explain operation of the basic refrigeration cycle and heat transfer.
    • Demonstrate proper application and/or use of test equipment.
    • Demonstrate proper application and/or use of safety procedures.
    • Perform safety procedures.
    • Identify and Safely Demonstrate proper use of hand tools, power tools, and instruments.
    • Construct flares, swages, and bends using tubing tools.
    • Demonstrate proper use of a torch for brazing and soldering.
    • Test, repair, and/or replace HVAC-related electrical and control components, wiring, and equipment.
    • Read, draw, and interpret high and low voltage control circuits.
    • Identify various types of system applications.
    • Perform charging, recovery and evacuation procedures of an installed system.
    • Perform component and part diagnostics and replacement.
    • Perform system maintenance.
    • Explain and apply medium and low temperature systems operation.
    • Explain and apply ice machine operation.
    • Explain and apply packaged refrigeration system operation.
    • Explain application and conversion procedures of refrigerants related to specific systems.
    • HVAC Technician cer1
    • HART 1301
    • HART 1307
    • HART 1310
    • HART 1303
    • HART 1341
    • HART 2342
  • Computer Forensics
    Computer Forensics
    cyber security, computers, breaches, expert witness, legal, workstations, search warrants, evidence
    In-depth study of system forensics including methodologies used for analysis of computer security breaches. Gather and evaluate evidence to perform postmortem analysis of a security breach.
    • Students will explain expert witness requirements, legal issues, and requirements for workstations.
    • Students will be able to explain search warrants and the nature of a digital forensic case.
    • Students will demonstrate ability to collect, process, analyze, and review digital evidence.
    • Students will be able to perform network and remote data acquisition and analysis.
    • Students will be able to demonstrate ability to rebuild file headers, file fragments, and identify unknown file formats.
    • Cyber Security CER2
    • ITSY 2343
  • Customer Service
    Customer Service
    Telecommunication, challenges, problem solving, communication, leadership, retention
    General principles of customer service within a technical environment. Topics include internal/external customer relationships, time-management, best practices, and verbal and non-verbal communications skills.
    • Identify the technical customer.
    • Understanding the challenges of customer service.
    • Problem solving and communications.
    • Coping with challenging customers.
    • Leadership and customer retention.
    • Deliver customer service to the changing marketplace.
    • Telecommunication Specialist CER1
    • EECT 1300
  • DC Circuit Analysis
    DC Circuit Analysis
    IST, current, Ohm's Law, Kirchhoff, electrical, voltage, industrial systems
    A study of the fundamentals of direct current including Ohm's law, Kirchhoff's laws and circuit analysis techniques.
    • Operate Test equipment to analyze DC circuit networks and configurations.
    • Calculate sources of electrical current and voltage for DC Circuits.
    • Analyze electrical diagrams to maintain circuit characteristics for DC Circuits.
    • Industrial Systems Technology CER1
    • CETT 1303
  • Dental Anatomy
    Dental Anatomy
    dental assistant, anatomy, oral, facial, OSHA, instrumentation, nomenclature, chairside
    A study of pre-clinical chairside assisting procedures, instrumentation, OSHA and other regulatory agencies' standards.
    • Identify nomenclature of oral and facial anatomy terms and structures.
    • Dental Assistant CER1
    • DNTA 1415
  • Dental Assistant
    Dental Assistant
    clinical, experience, theory, concepts, skills, Registered Dental Assistant
    A health-related work-based learning experience that enables the student to apply specialized occupational theory, skills, and concepts.
    • Given a situation that could occur within the dental office, apply theory, concepts and skills related to dental assisting in a clinical setting.
    • Discuss clinical experiences in the dental setting.
    • Follow instruction to become a Registered Dental Assistant in the State of Texas.
    • Dental Assistant CER1
    • DNTA 1660
  • Dental Equipment Safety & Maintenance
    Dental Equipment Safety & Maintenance
    chairside, OSHA, techniques, four-handed, armamentarium, precautions, infection control, protocol, guidelines
    A study of pre-clinical chairside assisting procedures, instrumentation, OSHA and other regulatory agencies' standards. An expanded study of dental assisting techniques with emphasis on four-handed dentistry and utilization of armamentarium for general practice and specialty procedures.
    • Given a situation that could occur within a dental office apply proper universal precautions and infection control protocol.
    • Follow instructions for equipment safety guidelines and maintaining dental equipment.
    • Given a situation that could occur within the dental office, demonstrate safety procedures according to OSHA standards and other regulatory guidelines.
    • Given a procedure, identify and select armamentarium.
    • Dental Assistant CER1
    • DNTA 1415
    • DNTA 1453
  • Dental Laboratory Materials
    Dental Laboratory Materials
    assisting techniques, four-handed, armamentarium, procedures, materials, components
    An expanded study of dental assisting techniques with emphasis on four-handed dentistry and utilization of armamentarium for general practice and specialty procedures.
    • Given a procedure performed in a dental office, manipulate dental materials.
    • Given a situation, identify specialty procedures and their components.
    • Dental Assistant CER1
    • DNTA 1453
  • Dental Office
    Dental Office
    software, business operations, chart, customer service, records, equipment, computers, information, management, legal guidelines
    Use computers/and or manual systems to process dental information and interpret and practice learned dental office management skills.
    • Given a situation, utilize dental software and business operations.
    • Chart patient assessments.
    • Given a situation that could occur in the dental office, implement customer service skills.
    • Maintain records in accordance with legal guidelines.
    • Follow instructions for maintaining basic business equipment.
    • Dental Assistant CER1
    • DNTA 1351
  • Digital Forensics I
    Digital Forensics I
    cyber security, computers, software tools, search, FIRAC, chain of custody, electronic discovery reference model
    A study of the application of digital forensic technology to collect, analyze, document, and present information while maintaining a documented chain of custody. Overview of ethics, crime, andother legal guidelines/regulations/laws. Includes overview of tools used for forensic analysis of digital devices in investigations.
    • Students will identify skills needed in forensic experts, where they are used during litigation, and staffing best practices.
    • Students will demonstrate ability to use software tools to conduct a forensic search.
    • Students will explain Electronic Discovery Reference Model and FIRAC method while explaining the techniques used in the chain of custody proceedings.
    • Cyber Security CER2
    • ITDF 1300
  • Digital Multimeter
    Digital Multimeter
    IST, industrial, Ohm's Law, Kirchhoff, DC circuits, current, voltage
    A study of the fundamentals of direct current including Ohm's law, Kirchhoff's laws and circuit analysis techniques.
    • Using a digital multimeter, Measure/Test sources of electrical Current and Voltage to maintain DC circuits.
    • Operate test equipment to troubleshoot DC circuits.
    • Operate Test equipment to analyze DC circuit networks and configurations.
    • Industrial Systems Technology CER1
    • CETT 1303
  • Directory Services
    Directory Services
    cyber security, computers, Windows server, install, manage, IPv4, IPv6, DNS, DHCP, virtual hard disk, disaster recovery, backup
    In-depth coverage of the skills necessary to install, configure, and administer Network Directory Service.
    • Student will deploy and manage a Windows Server: First install.
    • Student will deploy and manage a Windows Server: Second install.
    • Research directory services to specify the logical and physical structure and components.
    • Student will install active directory domain services.
    • Student will manage active directory domain services.
    • Student will implement IPv4 and IPv6 addressing scheme 3.
    • Student will configure DNS for Active Directory.
    • Student will install and configure DHCP for Active Directory.
    • Student will manage user accounts and work with user profiles.
    • Using Disk Management Console create a virtual hard disk.
    • Implement file services.
    • Implement print services.
    • Using active directory users and computers.
    • Implement Disaster Recovery.
    • Create, implement, and backup group policies.
    • Student will secure Windows server and active directory services.
    • Cyber Security CER2
    • ITNW 1345
  • DWV
    DWV
    plumbing, rough-in, top-out, drains, waste, vent pipes
    Skill development in the procedures and techniques employed by a plumber in the rough-in and top-out stages of a new home or the remodeling of an older home.
    • The student will be able to rough in drains, waste, and vent pipes (DWV).
    • Plumbing & Pipefitting Technology CER1
    • PFPB 2309
  • Fabrication
    Fabrication
    fabricate, welding, layout
    A fundamental course in layout and fabrication related to the welding industry. Major emphasis on structural shapes and use in construction.
    • Fabricate using the concept of a "square".
    • Structural Welding
    • WLDG 1417
  • Fiber Optics
    Fiber Optics
    Telecommunication, theory, connectorization, light sources, receivers
    Focus on installation, and repair of fiber optic communication systems including networks and peripherals. Topics include fiber optic technology, state-of-the-art networking systems, installation/repair of fiber optic systems, and testing equipment.
    • Understand the fiber-optic theory of operation.
    • Understand fiber-optic construction.
    • Safety and connectorization.
    • Light sources and receivers.
    • Fiber-optic system design.
    • Testing and Troubleshooting.
    • Telecommunication Specialist CER1
    • CSIR 2351
  • Field Measuring
    Field Measuring
    plumbing, sketching, piping, transit, level, fitting
    Field dimensioning, measuring, sketching, and layout of future process piping and the use, care, and setup of transit and level.
    • The student will be able to calculate fitting take-offs.
    • The student will be able to sketch field run piping according to piping specifications.
    • The student will be able to set up and use transits and levels.
    • Plumbing & Pipefitting Technology CER1
    • PFPB 2349
  • Firewalls
    Firewalls
    cyber security, computers, breach
    Identify elements of firewall design, types of security threats and responses to security attacks. Use Best Practices to design, implement, and monitor a network security plan. Examine securityincident postmortem reporting and ongoing network security activities.
    • Demonstrate system security skills through firewall implementation and testing.
    • Evaluate practices, tools, and technologies to identify security breaches, sources of attacks, and protect mission critical systems.
    • Establish an appropriate level of security based on an analysis of security logs.
    • Use relevant tools to secure a network and respond to and follow up on various types of attacks.
    • Cyber Security CER2
    • ITSY 2301
  • Fixture Setting
    Fixture Setting
    plumbing, install, drain, waste, vent, water systems
    Practices and procedures employed by a plumber in the common construction in a commercial building including drain, waste, and vent systems, water systems, and fixture installations.
    • The Student will be able to install various types of plumbing fixtures.
    • Plumbing & Pipefitting Technology CER1
    • PFPB 2336
  • Fundamentals of Networking
    Fundamentals of Networking
    Cyber security, network, transmission media, OSI, TCP/IP, topologies, protocols, centralized, client/server, peer-to-peer, LAN, WAN
    Instruction in networking technologies and their implementation. Topics include the OSI reference model, network protocols, transmission media, and networking hardware and software.
    • Identify, build, and connect various types of network transmission media.
    • Identify the layers of the OSI and TCP/IP models and their impact on network communication.
    • Identify the characteristics of network topologies and protocols.
    • Identify the functions of a network operating system and distinguish between centralized, client/server, and peer-to-peer systems.
    • Distinguish between Local Area Networks (LANs) and Wide Area Networks (WANs).
    • Identify the components used to expand a LAN into a WAN.
    • Cyber Security CER2
    • ITNW 1325
  • Gas Lines
    Gas Lines
    plumbing, rough-in, top-out, install, gas lines
    Skill development in the procedures and techniques employed by a plumber in the rough-in and top-out stages of a new home or the remodeling of an older home.
    • The student will be able to install gas lines.
    • Plumbing & Pipefitting Technology CER1
    • PFPB 2309
  • Grinding
    Grinding
    PMT, machining, heat treatment, hardness testing
    An advanced course that incorporates conventional and computer numerical control equipment. Design and fabricate fixtures. Use metrology equipment and reverse engineering. Manufacture a project that shows proficiency in a variety of machining equipmentand processes.
    • Describe Heat Treatment of Steel and Hardness Testing.
    • Given a drawing, define and apply surface grinder operations to produce precision tools to the specified drawing tolerance.
    • Precision Machining Technology
    • MCHN 2471
  • GTAW
    GTAW
    gas tungsten arc, welding, flat, open root vee groove
    Topics cover principles of gas tungsten arc welding (GTAW), including setup, GTAW equipment and instruction in various positions and joint designs.
    • Students will be able to weld open root vee groove weld in flat positon.
    • Structural Welding
    • WLDG 1434
  • Heat Pumps
    Heat Pumps
    HVAC, circuits, defrost, auxiliary, reverse cycle, electrical, air flow, balance, COP, geothermal
    A study of heat pumps, heat pump control circuits, defrost controls, auxiliary heat, air flow, and other topics related to heat pump systems.
    • Explain a reverse cycle system.
    • List the mechanical and electrical components of a heat pump.
    • Explain the operations of the different modes of a heat pump.
    • Identify and explain the different ways to accomplish defrost.
    • Charge a heat pump in the correct mode.
    • Troubleshoot electrical and mechanical components.
    • Perform test for adequate air flow.
    • Determine a balance point.
    • Calculate COP.
    • Define attributes of geothermal heat pump systems.
    • HVAC Technician cer1
    • HART 2349
  • HVAC Electricity
    HVAC Electricity
    HVAC, electrical circuits, component theory, refrigeration controls, troubleshooting, wiring diagrams, voltage, Ohm's law, air conditioning, safety
    Principles of electricity as required by HVAC, including proper use of test equipment, electrical circuits, and component theory and operation. A basic study of HVAC and refrigeration controls troubleshooting of control components emphasis on use of wiring diagrams to analyze high and low voltage circuits a review of Ohm's law as applied to air conditioning controls and circuits.
    • Demonstrate electrical safety.
    • Demonstrate knowledge of basic principles of electricity.
    • Apply Ohm's law to electrical calculations.
    • Demonstrate knowledge of basic principles of circuitry.
    • Perform electrical continuity tests with appropriate meters.
    • Perform electrical voltage tests with appropriate meters.
    • Perform electrical current tests with appropriate meters.
    • Demonstrate knowledge of basic principles of air conditioning devices.
    • Test, repair, and/or replace HVAC-related electrical and control components, wiring, and equipment.
    • Read, draw, and interpret high and low voltage control circuits.
    • HVAC Technician cer1
    • HART 1301
    • HART 1303
  • Industrial Power Plant
    Industrial Power Plant
    IME, industrial maintenance mechanic, gasoline, diesel, steam turbine, repair, rebuild
    Study of the principles of operation and maintenance of industrial power plants with emphasis placed on component replacement, tune-up, and field adjustments of engine systems.
    • The student will be able to explain the operation of gasoline, diesel, and steam turbine industrial engines.
    • The student will be able to identify engine components.
    • The student will be able to perform engine rebuilds, repairs, and inspection on industrial engines to industry standards.
    • The student will be able to perform routine engine repairs to industry standards.
    • Industrial Maintenance Mechanic CER1
    • INMT 1355
  • Infection Control
    Infection Control
    universal precautions, protocol, equipment safety, guidelines, dental, OSHA, dental, chairside
    A study of pre-clinical chairside assisting procedures, instrumentation, OSHA and other regulatory agencies' standards. An expanded study of dental assisting techniques with emphasis on four-handed dentistry and utilization of armamentarium for general practice and specialty procedures.
    • Given a situation that could occur within a dental office apply proper universal precautions and infection control protocol.
    • Follow instructions for equipment safety guidelines and maintaining dental equipment.
    • Given a situation that could occur within the dental office, demonstrate safety procedures according to OSHA standards and other regulatory guidelines.
    • Dental Assistant CER1
    • DNTA 1415
    • DNTA 1453
  • Intermediate Machining - Ft. Bend
    Intermediate Machining - Ft. Bend
    PMT, CAD, manual mill, lathe, band saw, drill press, CNC, RS274-D, program, trigonometry, tooling, carbide cutting inserts
    This course covers the fundamental concepts associated with engineering computer aided design graphics CAD. Emphasis will be placed on both dimensional analysis and design formanufacturing ability of 3D models. Solid Edge Modeling Software will be utilized. A course that introduces the studentto machining fundamentals. The student begins by using basic machine tools including the lathe, milling machine, drill press, power saw, and bench grinder. Machine terminology, theory, math, part layout, and bench work using common measuring tools is included. Emphasis is placed on shop safety, housekeeping, andpreventative maintenance. An introduction to G and M codes (RS274-D) necessary to program Computer Numerical Controlled (CNC) machines.
    • Describe the CAD environments.
    • Define drawing sketches for CAD models, adding relationships and dimensions.
    • Manage drawing detail including editing, extruding, and revolving sketches.
    • Work with additional reference planes.
    • Perform generating, editing, and dimensioning the drawing views.
    • The student will demonstrate an understanding of shop safety.
    • The student will demonstrate the ability to identify and demonstrate proper use of precision tools and their applications.
    • The student will demonstrate the ability to a perform benchwork, precision, and semi-precision layout.
    • The student will demonstrate ability to operate a drill press.
    • The student will demonstrate ability to operate manual lathe.
    • The student will demonstrate ability to operate manual mill.
    • The student will demonstrate ability to operate band saw.
    • Describe CNC programming fundamentals.
    • Apply trigonometry.
    • Describe, show, and provide examples of CNC mill tooling, work holding devices, and programming.
    • Discuss and apply CNC lathe programming and operations.
    • Demonstrate carbide cutting inserts for CNC lathes.
    • Precision Machining Technology AAS
    • Precision Machining Technology
    • ENTC 1371
    • MCHN 1438
    • MCHN 2344
  • Intro Automation Welder
    Intro Automation Welder
    safety, positions, PPE
    Overview of automated welding and cutting applications. Special emphasis on safe use and operation of equipment. Instructionusing layout tools and blueprint reading with demonstration and guided practices with some of the following welding processes: oxy-fuel gas cutting and welding, shield metal arc welding (SMAW), gas metal arc welding (GMAW), flux-cored arcwelding (FCAW), gas tungsten arc welding (GTAW), or any other approved welding process.
    • Safely prepare automated equipment prior to operation.
    • Demonstrate human interface requirements related to a specific operating system.
    • Safely execute designated skill sets for individual operating systems.
    • Safely assess problematic issues per individual operating systems.
    • Utilize proper PPE and tools for multi-process welding applications.
    • Utilize appropriate welding process to accomplish a given task.
    • Deposit welds using various welding processes in various positions.
    • Determine the most cost effective process to perform a given welding application.
    • Welding Technology AAS
    • WLDG 2432
    • WLDG 2413
  • Intrusion Detection
    Intrusion Detection
    cyber security, computers, IDS sensors
    Computer information systems security monitoring, intrusion detection, and crisis management. Includes alarm management,signature configuration, sensor configuration, and troubleshooting components. Emphasizes identifying, resolving, and documenting network crises and activating the response team.
    • Demonstrate the ability to install and configure IDS sensors in a secure network with the monitor.
    • Demonstrate ability to implement and test IDS policy and techniques.
    • Cyber Security CER2
    • ITSY 2330
  • IP Converter
    IP Converter
    motor controls, schematic diagrams, variables, troubleshoot, industrial technology, IST
    Coverage of basic measurements, automatic control systems and design, closed loop systems, controllers, feedback, control modes, and control configurations.
    • Perform operating procedures of AC/DC circuits and motor controls utilizing schematic diagrams and test equipment.
    • Design an automatic control system.
    • Demonstrate the impact of process variables on automatic control.
    • Wire loop, block and wiring diagrams, and configure associated equipment.
    • Troubleshoot and maintain automated control systems.
    • Industrial Systems Technology CER1
    • INTC 1341
  • Lap Joint Weld 6010
    Lap Joint Weld 6010
    welding, shielded metal arc, SMAW, fillet, joint
    An introduction to the shielded metal arc welding process with emphasis placed on power sources, electrode selection, oxy-fuel cutting, and various joint designs. Instruction provided in SMAW fillet welds in various positions.
    • Student will be able to weld lap joints on plate in all positions with E-6010.
    • Structural Welding
    • WLDG 1428
  • Lap Joint Weld 7018
    Lap Joint Weld 7018
    shielded metal arc, welding, SMAW, fillet, joint
    An introduction to the shielded metal arc welding process with emphasis placed on power sources, electrode selection, oxy-fuel cutting, and various joint designs. Instruction provided in SMAW fillet welds in various positions.
    • Student will be able to weld lap joints on plate in all positions with E-7018.
    • Structural Welding
    • WLDG 1428
  • Lift Truck Operator
    Lift Truck Operator
    IME, industrial maintenance mechanic, hand signals, cranes, rigging, inspection
    Introduction to directing and moving heavy objects, selecting the appropriate rigging equipment, in conjunction with the suitable hardware and lifting devices with an emphasis on inspection, care, and maintenance of rigging equipment.
    • The student will be able to utilize standard hand signals for directing operation cranes, lift trucks, and move loads while observing safety precautions.
    • Industrial Maintenance Mechanic CER1
    • HYDR 1301
  • Linux
    Linux
    cyber security, computers, integrate, network, install, administer, manage, utilities, commands, applications
    Introduction to Linux operating system, installation, basic administration, utilities and commands, upgrading, networking, security, and application installation. Emphasizes hands-on setup, administration, and management of Linux.
    • Install a Linux system.
    • Administer a Linux system.
    • Manage a Linux system.
    • Demonstrate proficiency with Linux utilities.
    • Demonstrate proficiency with Linux commands and applications.
    • Identify and resolve security-based issues.
    • Integrate a Linux system into an existing network.
    • Cyber Security CER2
    • ITSC 1316
  • Machine Shop Math
    Machine Shop Math
    calculate, measurements, formulas, triangles, lines, geometric angles, curves, circles, intersects, CAM, computer aided manufacturing
    Designed to prepare the student with technical, applied mathematics that will be necessary in future machineshop-related courses.
    • Student will demonstrate ability to calculate measurements by using formulas.
    • Student will demonstrate ability to define triangles and lines by using formulas.
    • Student will demonstrate ability to calculate geometric angles, curves, circles and intersects using formulas.
    • Computer Aided Manufacturing Machinist
    • MCHN 1343
  • Machinery Installation
    Machinery Installation
    IME, industrial maintenance mechanic, blueprints, load weights, center of gravity, hand tools, power tools, field layouts, foundations, leveling, securing, shaft couplings
    Coverage of topics include use of sketching techniques to create pictorial and multiple-view drawings, directing and moving heavy objects, selecting the appropriate rigging equipment, basic mechanical skills and repair techniques, precision measuring instruments, lock-out/tag-out, machinery foundation, locations, installation, and alignment activities with emphasis on the various methods of shaft alignment including laser shaft alignment.
    • The student will be able to identify, interpret and explain working drawings including dimensions, notes, symbols, sections, and auxiliary views.
    • The student will be able to maintain, inspect, select, assemble, and use various lifting devices for securing loads following industry standards.
    • The student will be able to calculate estimated load weights and determine load center of gravity.
    • The student will be able to utilize various hand and power tools following industry standards.
    • The student will be able to perform field layouts for locating machinery.
    • The student will be able to construct machine foundations according to machinery foundations prints.
    • The student will be able to Install the machinery on the foundation which includes leveling and securing.
    • The student will be able to explain the application of the various types of shaft couplings.
    • Industrial Maintenance Mechanic CER1
    • DFTG 1325
    • HYDR 1301
    • INMT 1305
    • INMT 2301
  • Manual Lathe
    Manual Lathe
    shop safety, precision tools, benchwork, semi-precision layout, drawings, dimensions, notes, symbols, sections, auxiliary views, manual lathe, CAM, computer aided manufacturing, PMT, precision machining
    The student begins by using basic machine tools including the lathe, milling machine, drill press, power saw, and bench grinder. Machine terminology, theory, math, part layout, and bench work using common measuring tools is included and use of sketching techniques to create pictorial and multiple-view drawings.
    • The student will be able to identify, interpret and explain working drawings including dimensions, notes, symbols, sections, and auxiliary views.
    • The student will demonstrate an understanding of shop safety.
    • The student will demonstrate the ability to identify and demonstrate proper use of precision tools and their applications.
    • The student will demonstrate the ability to a perform benchwork, precision, and semi-precision layout.
    • The student will demonstrate ability to operate manual lathe.
    • Computer Aided Manufacturing Machinist
    • DFTG 1325
    • MCHN 1438
  • Manual Machining
    Manual Machining
    drawings, dimensions, notes, symbols, sections, auxiliary views, shop machinery, setup, safety, precision measuring, specified tolerances, manual mill, engine lathe, CAM, computer aided manufacturing
    Topics include operation of drilling machines, milling machines, lathes, and power saws, use appropriate precision measuring tools and use of sketching techniques to create pictorial and multiple-view drawings.
    • The student will be able to identify, interpret and explain working drawings including dimensions, notes, symbols, sections, and auxiliary views.
    • Student will demonstrate ability to setup and operate shop machinery and tools in a safe manner.
    • Student will demonstrate ability to select and use precision measuring instruments to specified tolerances.
    • Student will demonstrate advanced setup and operation of manual mill.
    • Student will demonstrate advanced setup and operation engine lathe.
    • Computer Aided Manufacturing Machinist
    • Computer Aided Manufacturing Machinist CER2
    • DFTG 1325
    • MCHN 1452
  • Manual Mill
    Manual Mill
    shop safety, precision tools, benchwork, semi-precision layout, manual mill, drawings, dimensions, notes, symbols, sections, auxiliary views, CAM, computer aided manufacturing, PMT, precision machining
    The student begins by using basic machine tools including the lathe, milling machine, drill press, power saw, and bench grinder. Machine terminology, theory, math, part layout, and bench work using common measuring tools is included and emphasis is placed on shop safety, housekeeping, and preventative maintenance.
    • The student will demonstrate an understanding of shop safety.
    • The student will demonstrate the ability to identify and demonstrate proper use of precision tools and their applications.
    • The student will demonstrate the ability to a perform benchwork, precision, and semi-precision layout.
    • The student will demonstrate ability to operate manual mill.
    • The student will be able to identify, interpret and explain working drawings including dimensions, notes, symbols, sections, and auxiliary views.
    • Computer Aided Manufacturing Machinist
    • MCHN 1438
    • DFTG 1325
  • Measurement
    Measurement
    PMT, machining, lathe, mill, tolerances
    An introduction to the modern science of dimensional metrology. Emphasis on the identification, selection, and application of various types of precision instruments associated with themachining trade. Practice of basic layout and piece part measurements while using standard measuring tools.
    • Given various physical part components (lathe and mill produced parts), use precision measuring tools to measure features to the required tolerances.
    • Perform standard inspection of part components.
    • Perform thread measurement inspection using a variety of measuring tools.
    • Precision Machining Technology
    • MCHN 1320
  • Mechanical Drives
    Mechanical Drives
    IME, industrial maintenance mechanic, pumps, compressors, transmission, gears, v-belts, chain drives
    A study of the theory and operations of various types of pumps and compressors. Topics include mechanical power transmission systems including gears, v-belts, and chain drives.
    • The student will be able to identify mechanic drive components.
    • The student will be able to repair and rebuild pumps, compressors, and mechanical drives.
    • The student will be able to troubleshoot pumps, compressors, and mechanical drives to industry standards.
    • Industrial Maintenance Mechanic CER1
    • INMT 2303
  • Motor Control
    Motor Control
    IST, sensors, ladder diagrams, logic, input, output, NEMA, IEC, single phase, three phase, reverse, troubleshoot, industrial systems
    Applications of industrial automation systems including identification of system requirements, equipment integration,motors, controllers, and sensors. Coverage of set-up, maintenance, and testing of the automated system.
    • Perform operations as indicated by ladder diagrams for automated systems as per NEMA/IEC specifications.
    • Apply Control Logic Configurations to connect/ operate input and output devices.
    • Connect and operate Motors for single/three phase systems.
    • Connect/operate a forward/reverse motor control circuit automatically and manually.
    • Connect circuit protection devices for automated systems.
    • Connect and operate automated systems.
    • Troubleshoot, diagnose, and maintain automated systems.
    • Industrial Systems Technology CER1
    • INMT 1317
  • Open Root Vee Groove FCAW/GMAW
    Open Root Vee Groove FCAW/GMAW
    Flux cored arc welding, hard wire, dual shield, structural
    An overview of terminology, safety procedures, and equipment set-up. Practice in performing T-joints, lap joints, and butt joints using Flux Cored Arc Welding(FCAW) equipment.
    • Student will be able to weld an open root vee groove with hard wire/Dual Shield Flux Core.
    • Structural Welding CER1
    • WLDG 1412
  • Open Root Vee Groove SMAW
    Open Root Vee Groove SMAW
    shielded metal arc, welding, fillets
    A study of the production of various fillets and groove welds. Preparation of specimens for testing in various positions.
    • Student will be able to weld open root vee grooves in all positions.
    • Structural Welding
    • WLDG 1457
  • Oral Health
    Oral Health
    nutrition, preventable, dental, disease, armamentarium, procedure, instructions
    The study of nutrition and preventable dental disease and community dental health.
    • Given a situation in a dental office, exercise preventive dentistry procedures.
    • Give verbal or written instruction to educate the patient in nutritional health.
    • Given a dental procedure, identify and select preventive dentistry armamentarium.
    • Follow verbal and written instructions, when promoting community oral health activities.
    • Dental Assistant CER1
    • DNTA 1245
  • Oscilloscopes
    Oscilloscopes
    digital multimeter, function generator, electrical current, voltage, troubleshoot, circuits, networks, configurations, analyze, industrial systems technology, IST
    A study of the fundamentals of alternating current including series and parallel AC circuits, phasors, capacitive and inductive networks, transformers, and resonance.
    • Operate test equipment to troubleshoot AC circuits.
    • Operate test equipment to analyze AC circuit networks and configurations.
    • Use a Digital Multimeter, Function Generator, and an Oscilloscope to Measure/Test sources of electrical Current and Voltage to maintain AC circuits.
    • Industrial Systems Technology CER1
    • CETT 1305
  • Outside Plant
    Outside Plant
    Telecommunication, cable layout, transport infrastructures, splicing, bonding, grounding
    A study of outside plant facilities with emphasis on cabling layout design, splicing, bonding, grounding and facility protection systems. Safety practices and procedures are included.
    • Plan the outside plant cable layout.
    • Establish effective transport infrastructures.
    • Perform maintenance on telecommunications outside plant facilities as required.
    • Telecommunication Specialist CER1
    • EECT 1342
  • Patient Assessment & Emergencies
    Patient Assessment & Emergencies
    patient, health, dental, response, medical, procedure, armamentarium
    Management of dental and medical emergencies. Maintenance of medical emergency kit, and recording of vital signs.
    • When performing an assessment, document the patient's general health.
    • Follow instructions to apply appropriate responses to dental and medical emergencies.
    • Given a dental procedure, identify and select medical armamentarium.
    • Dental Assistant CER1
    • DNTA 1213
  • PC Hardware
    PC Hardware
    cyber security, computer, faulty, optimization, replace, external devices, peripherals
    Coverage of personal computer hardware including assembly, upgrading, setup, configuration, and troubleshooting.
    • Student will be able to identify the components of a computer.
    • Student will follow best practices for handling hardware.
    • Student will determine which component is faulty.
    • Student will be able to safely replace faulty components.
    • Student will be able to assess customer needs and make recommendations.
    • Student will be able to configure and replace components to achieve optimization.
    • Student will learn how external devices interface with the PC.
    • Student will learn how to install, configure and use peripherals.
    • Cyber Security CER2
    • ITSC 1325
  • PID Controller
    PID Controller
    AC/DC circuits, motor controls, schematic diagrams, automatic control system, wire loop, block and wiring diagrams, troubleshoot, industrial technology, IST
    Topics include basic measurements, automatic control systems and design, closed loop systems, controllers, feedback, control modes, and control configurations.
    • Design an automatic control system.
    • Demonstrate the impact of process variables on automatic control.
    • Wire loop, block and wiring diagrams, and configure associated equipment.
    • Troubleshoot and maintain automated control systems.
    • Perform operating procedures of AC/DC circuits and motor controls utilizing schematic diagrams and test equipment.
    • Industrial Systems Technology CER1
    • INTC 1341
  • Piping
    Piping
    plumbing, install, steam traps, valve, in-line, hydrostatic
    Topics include identification, installation, and testing of steam traps and steam trap station components, valve identification, application, and maintenance identification, storage, and handling of in-line specialties hydrostatic testing of process piping.
    • The student will be able to perform pretests on various types of piping and plumbing apparatus.
    • The student will be able to Install and troubleshoot steam traps and in-line specialties.
    • Plumbing & Pipefitting Technology CER1
    • PFPB 2343
  • PLCs
    PLCs
    IST, ladder logic, input, output, fault, troubleshoot, programmable logic controllers, industrial systems
    An introduction to programmable logic controllers as used in industrial environments including basic concepts, programming, applications, troubleshooting of ladder logic, and interfacing of equipment.
    • Read & analyze ladder logic diagrams to troubleshoot Programmable Logic Controller programs.
    • Analyze ladder logic diagrams to develop Programmable Logic Controller programs.
    • Operate programmable logic controller programs to interface input and output components.
    • Operate programmable logic controller programs to recommend fault corrective actions.
    • Operate programmable logic controllers to control industrial systems.
    • Interpret programmable logic controller functions to maintain program output specifications.
    • Interpret programmable logic controller programs to troubleshoot ladder logic.
    • Industrial Systems Technology CER1
    • ELMT 1301
  • Plumbing Codes
    Plumbing Codes
    plumbing, STBPE, potable, waste, water, gas, residential, light commercial, fixtures, faucets, fittings, heaters, sanitary drainage, vents, green inspection, conservation
    Coverage of state and local plumbing codes and the application of potable water, waste water, and gas systems relating to residentialand light commercial settings.
    • The student will demonstrate knowledge of the STBPE's administration.
    • The student will identify fixtures, faucets, and fittings by their code requirements.
    • The student will identify the codes for installation of water heaters.
    • The student will identify the codes for water supply and distribution.
    • The student will identify the code for sanitary drainage, waste, and vents.
    • The student will identify the code of green inspection and water conservation.
    • The student will demonstrate knowledge of general safety rules.
    • The Student will have knowledge of city inspections.
    • Plumbing & Pipefitting Technology CER1
    • PFPB 1323
  • Plumbing Maintenance
    Plumbing Maintenance
    plumbing, codes, hazards, drain, sewer, waste, vent, municipal, septic
    Instruction in the practices and procedures employed by a plumber including public relations.
    • The student will be able to identify codes for the major hazards in drain and sewer cleaning.
    • Identify the fundamental aspects of a residential system.
    • The student will identify the components of light commercial drain, waste, and vent systems.
    • The Student will be able to identify the different types of municipal sewer systems.
    • The Student will be able to Identify the different types of septic systems.
    • The Student will have working knowledge of electromechanical drain and sewer systems.
    • Apply general principles of public relations.
    • Plumbing & Pipefitting Technology CER1
    • PFPB 1321
  • Pneumatics
    Pneumatics
    IME, industrial maintenance mechanic, Pascal's Law, pressure, gas, extension force, retraction, actuator
    A study of principles of pneumatics, including formulas, functions, and circuits with hands-on experience in these industrial automated systems.
    • The student will be able to apply Pascal's Law and its consequences involving pressure.
    • The student will be able to describe the general gas law and its applications.
    • The student will be able to Identify the basic pneumatic system components and describe the function of each.
    • The student will be able to calculate the extension force and retraction force given the actuator size and pressure.
    • Industrial Maintenance Mechanic CER1
    • RBTC 1309
  • Program Logic & Design
    Program Logic & Design
    cyber security, computer, algorithms, structured, unstructured
    Problem-solving applying structured techniques and representation of algorithms using design tools. Includes testing, evaluation, and documentation.
    • Student will identify the major concepts of structured programming.
    • Student will distinguish between structured and unstructured program design.
    • Students will illustrate the general concepts of structured design.
    • Cyber Security CER2
    • ITSE 1329
  • Pumps
    Pumps
    IME, industrial maintenance mechanic, centrifugal, positive displacement, compressors, mechanical drives
    A study of the theory and operations of various types of pumps and compressors. Topics include mechanical power transmission systems including gears, v-belts, and chain drives.
    • The student will be able to demonstrate proper use of principles involved in the operation of centrifugal and positive displacement pumps, compressors, and mechanical drives.
    • The student will be able to repair and rebuild pumps, compressors, and mechanical drives.
    • The student will be able to troubleshoot pumps, compressors, and mechanical drives to industry standards.
    • Industrial Maintenance Mechanic CER1
    • INMT 2303
  • Radiation
    Radiation
    dental, physics, protection, radiographic, exposure, safety, x-ray, xray, armamentarium
    Introduction to radiation physics, radiation protection, and the operation of radiographic equipment. Instruction in exposure, processing and mounting of dental radiographs, and study of federal and state safety and standard practices.
    • Describe the operation of a dental x-ray machine.
    • Describe the process when performing quality assurance guidelines.
    • Given a film, determine whether it's a diagnostically acceptable radiographs.
    • When exposing radiographs, identify and correct common radiographic errors.
    • Identify specific radiology armamentarium.
    • Given radiographs, demonstrate proper mounting.
    • Dental Assistant CER1
    • DNTA 1305
  • Radiation Safety
    Radiation Safety
    physics, protection, radiographic equipment, exposure, federal, state, standard practices, armamentarium, dental
    Introduction to radiation physics, radiation protection, and the operation of radiographic equipment. Instruction in exposure, processing and mounting of dental radiographs, and study of federal and state safety and standard practices.
    • Employ proper radiation safety procedures to include patient and operator.
    • Identify specific radiology armamentarium.
    • Dental Assistant CER1
    • DNTA 1305
  • Res. Load Calculation
    Res. Load Calculation
    HVAC, cooling, heating, humidifying, balance, IRC, zone, ACCA Manual D
    Study of the properties of air and results of cooling, heating, humidifying or dehumidifying heat gain and heat loss calculations including equipment selection and balancing the air system.
    • Perform a load calculation using IRC industry software.
    • Given a zone (room by room) size set up a complete air distribution system to the ACCA Manual D standard.
    • HVAC Technology - Commercial Specialization AAS
    • HART 2345
  • Residential Cooling
    Residential Cooling
    HVAC, refrigeration controls, troubleshooting, test, repair, wiring, voltage, circuits, heat transfer, temperature, pressure, safety, hand tools, power tools, instruments, flares, swages, bends, torch, brazing, soldering, charging, recovery
    A study of HVAC and refrigeration controls, heat transfer theory, temperature/pressure relationship, refrigerant handling, refrigeration components, troubleshooting of control components with emphasis on use of wiring diagrams to analyze high and low voltage and safety, tubing and piping practices, components, applications, and installation of mechanical air conditioning systems.
    • Test, repair, and/or replace HVAC-related electrical and control components, wiring, and equipment.
    • Read, draw, and interpret high and low voltage control circuits.
    • Identify refrigeration components.
    • Explain operation of the basic refrigeration cycle and heat transfer.
    • Demonstrate proper application and/or use of test equipment.
    • Demonstrate proper application and/or use of safety procedures.
    • Perform safety procedures.
    • Identify and Safely Demonstrate proper use of hand tools, power tools, and instruments.
    • Construct flares, swages, and bends using tubing tools.
    • Demonstrate proper use of a torch for brazing and soldering.
    • Identify various types of system applications.
    • Perform charging, recovery and evacuation procedures of an installed system.
    • Perform component and part diagnostics and replacement.
    • Perform system maintenance.
    • HVAC Technician cer1
    • HART 1303
    • HART 1307
    • HART 1310
    • HART 1341
  • Residential Heating
    Residential Heating
    HVAC, troubleshooting, wiring diagrams, voltage, circuits, Ohm's law, electrical, safety, hand tools, instruments, flares, swages, torch, brazing, soldering, bends, gas furnace
    A study of HVAC and refrigeration controls, heat transfer theory, temperature/pressure relationship, refrigerant handling, refrigeration components, troubleshooting of control components with emphasis on use of wiring diagrams to analyze high and low voltage and safety, tubing and piping practices, procedures and principles used in servicing heating systems including gas fired furnaces and electric heating systems.
    • Test, repair, and/or replace HVAC-related electrical and control components, wiring, and equipment.
    • Read, draw, and interpret high and low voltage control circuits.
    • Perform safety procedures.
    • Identify and Safely Demonstrate proper use of hand tools, power tools, and instruments.
    • Construct flares, swages, and bends using tubing tools.
    • Demonstrate proper use of a torch for brazing and soldering.
    • Identify different types of gas furnaces.
    • Identify and discuss component operation of gas furnaces.
    • Service gas furnaces.
    • Troubleshoot gas furnaces.
    • Identify unsafe operation of gas furnaces and perform safety inspections on gas heating systems.
    • Perform safety inspections on electric heating systems.
    • Identify and discuss component operation of electric heating systems.
    • Service electric heating systems.
    • Troubleshoot electric heating systems.
    • HVAC Technician cer1
    • HART 1303
    • HART 1310
    • HART 1345
  • Rigging
    Rigging
    IME, industrial maintenance mechanic, load weights, center of gravity, conveyors, slider bed, overhead chain, horizontally, vertically
    Introduction to directing and moving heavy objects, selecting the appropriate rigging equipment, in conjunction with the suitable hardware and lifting devices with an emphasis on inspection, care, and maintenance of rigging equipment.
    • The student will be able to calculate estimated load weights and determine load center of gravity.
    • The student will be able to maintain, inspect, select, assemble, and use various lifting devices for securing loads following industry standards.
    • The student will be able to identify construction and maintenance of the four basic types of conveyors used in material handling activities as well as the slider bed and overhead chain system.
    • The student will be able to rig and move loads horizontally and vertically in a safe manner.
    • Industrial Maintenance Mechanic CER1
    • HYDR 1301
  • Safety & PPE
    Safety & PPE
    IST, safety, hazards, preventative, lockout, tagout, repair
    Topics include creating repair records for process control systems, creating repair method procedures for malfunctioning electronic equipment, creating Numerical Code programs for efficient toolpaths for preventative maintenance, using proper PPE, and applying Job Hazard Assessment and Lockout/Tagout procedures.
    • Exhibit/document safety hazards in the construction, operation, testing and maintenance of basic fluid power devices.
    • Perform preventative maintenance for safe operation.
    • Industrial Systems Technology CER1
    • ELMT 1305
    • RBTC 2347
  • Security Auditing
    Security Auditing
    cyber security, computers, network
    Synthesizes technical material covered in prior courses to monitor, audit, analyze, and revise computer and network security systems to ensure appropriate levels of protection are in place to assure regulatory compliance.
    • Review security plan to ensure appropriate level of protection.
    • Audit and assess a network security system design.
    • Use relevant tools to assure security requirements.
    • Review all security policies and procedures on a regular basis.
    • Cyber Security CER2
    • ITSY 2359
  • Security Fundamentals
    Security Fundamentals
    cyber security, computer, risks, threats, information systems, infrastructure, attack, cryptography
    An introduction to information security including vocabulary and terminology, ethics, the legal environment, and risk management. Identification of exposures and vulnerabilities and appropriate countermeasures are addressed. The importance of appropriate planning, policies and controls is also discussed.
    • Student will assess the current methods of business communications today and the associated risks and threats.
    • Student will describe how information security activities directly support several common business drivers.
    • Student will apply international and domestic information security standards to real-world applications in both public and private sectors.
    • Student will explain the concepts of information systems security as applied to an IT infrastructure.
    • Student will explain the role of operations and administration in effective implementation of security policy.
    • Student will analyze the importance of network principles and architecture to security operations.
    • Student will explain the methods attackers use to compromise systems and networks, and the defenses used by organizations.
    • Student will describe the principles of risk management, the common response techniques, and the issues related to recovery of IT systems.
    • Students will explain how businesses apply cryptography in maintaining information security.
    • Cyber Security CER2
    • ITSY 1300
  • TAB
    TAB
    HVAC, testing, adjusting, balancing, air flow, water flow, system pressures, AABC, NEBB, Fan Laws, Pump Laws, CFM, RPM, static pressure, humidity, noise, ASHRAE
    A study in the process of checking and adjusting all the building environmental systems to produce the design objectives. Emphasis on efficiency and energy savings.
    • Measure air flow, water flow, and system pressures with the appropriate instruments to the AABC and/or NEBB.
    • Perform calculations utilizing the Fan Laws and Pump Laws.
    • Diagnose malfunctioning equipment by examining test data.
    • Adjust and align mechanical equipment to match CFM, RPM, and static pressure specifications.
    • Test air quality, humidity, noise, and temperature to ASHRAE standards.
    • HVAC Technology - Commercial Specialization AAS
    • HART 2358
  • Tee Joint Weld 6010
    Tee Joint Weld 6010
    shielded metal arc, SMAW, welding, fillet
    An introduction to the shielded metal arc welding process with emphasis placed on power sources, electrode selection, oxy-fuel cutting, and various joint designs. Instruction also provided in SMAW fillet welds in various positions.
    • Student will be able to weld Tee joints on plate in all positions with E-6010.
    • Structural Welding
    • WLDG 1428
  • Tee Joint Weld 7018
    Tee Joint Weld 7018
    shielded metal arc, SMAW, welding, fillet
    An introduction to the shielded metal arc welding process with emphasis placed on power sources, electrode selection, oxy-fuel cutting, and various joint designs. Instruction also provided in SMAW fillet welds in various positions.
    • Student will be able to weld Tee joints on plate in all positions with E-7018.
    • Structural Welding
    • WLDG 1428
  • Transmission Media
    Transmission Media
    Telecommunication, install, media, troubleshoot, connectorize
    Fundamentals of telecommunications media, including installation, maintenance, and troubleshooting. Topics address media characteristics and connectorization.
    • Install telecommunications media.
    • Troubleshoot telecommunications media.
    • Connectorize telecommunications media.
    • Telecommunication Specialist CER1
    • EECT 1340
  • Water Systems
    Water Systems
    plumbing, rough-in, top-out, domestic, home
    Skill development in the procedures and techniques employed by a plumber in the rough-in and top-out stages of a new home or the remodeling of an older home.
    • The student will be able to install domestic water systems.
    • Plumbing & Pipefitting Technology CER1
    • PFPB 2309
  • *PMT Cert AAS - Intermediate Machining - <span class='inactive'>[INACTIVE]</span>
    *PMT Cert AAS - Intermediate Machining
    PMT, CAD, manual mill, lathe, band saw, drill press, CNC, RS274-D, program, trigonometry, tooling, carbide cutting inserts
    A course that introduces the student to machining fundamentals. The student begins by using basic machine tools including the lathe, milling machine, drill press, power saw, and bench grinder.Machine terminology, theory, math, part layout, and bench work using common measuring tools is included. Emphasis is placed on shop safety, housekeeping, and preventative maintenance. An introduction to G and M codes (RS274-D) necessary to program Computer Numerical Controlled (CNC) machines.
    • The student will demonstrate an understanding of shop safety.
    • The student will demonstrate the ability to identify and demonstrate proper use of precision tools and their applications.
    • The student will demonstrate the ability to a perform benchwork, precision, and semi-precision layout.
    • The student will demonstrate ability to operate a drill press.
    • The student will demonstrate ability to operate manual lathe.
    • The student will demonstrate ability to operate manual mill.
    • The student will demonstrate ability to operate band saw.
    • Describe CNC programming fundamentals.
    • Apply trigonometry.
    • Describe, show, and provide examples of CNC mill tooling, work holding devices, and programming.
    • Discuss and apply CNC lathe programming and operations.
    • Demonstrate carbide cutting inserts for CNC lathes.
    • Precision Machining Technology AAS
    • Precision Machining Technology
    • MCHN 1438
    • MCHN 2344
  • *WLT AAS - Intermediate Pipe Welder - <span class='inactive'>[INACTIVE]</span>
    *WLT AAS - Intermediate Pipe Welder
    codes, 1G, 2G, electrodes
    An introduction to welding of pipe using the shielded metal arc welding process (SMAW), including electrode selection, equipment setup, and safe shop practices. Emphasis on weld positions1G and 2G using various electrodes.
    • Setup equipment in preparation for pipe welding operation.
    • Prepare pipe specimen according to specific codes.
    • Produce acceptable welds on pipe in the 1G position with various electrodes.
    • Produce acceptable welds on pipe in the 2G position with various electrodes.
    • Welding Technology AAS
    • WLDG 1435
  • *WLT AAS - Intro Welding Inspector - <span class='inactive'>[INACTIVE]</span>
    *WLT AAS - Intro Welding Inspector
    ferrous, nonferrous, alloys, forging, machinability, ductility, metallurgy,
    A study of ferrous and nonferrous metals from the ore to the finished product. Emphasis on metal alloys, heat treating, hard surfacing, welding techniques, forging, foundry processes, andmechanical properties of metal including hardness, machinability, and ductility.
    • Student will demonstrate ability to describe technical terms used in the various phases of metallurgy, from early history to classification of steel.
    • Student will be able to describe mechanical and physical properties of various types of metals.
    • Student will demonstrate knowledge of ferrous and nonferrous metals and how they are processed and used in industry.
    • Student will describe surface treatments, and heat treatment of metals.
    • Welding Technology AAS
    • WLDG 1337
  • *WLT Combo - Advanced Fabricator - <span class='inactive'>[INACTIVE]</span>
    *WLT Combo - Advanced Fabricator
    welding, symbols, angle iron, 90 degree, structural connections, pipe fittings
    A fundamental course in layout and fabrication related to the welding industry. Major emphasis on structural shapes and use in construction.
  • *WLT Combo - Intermediate TIG Welder - <span class='inactive'>[INACTIVE]</span>
    *WLT Combo - Intermediate TIG Welder
    GTAW, lap joints, tee joints, open root vee groove, flat, safety
    Principles of gas tungsten arc welding (GTAW), including setup, GTAW equipment. Instruction in various positions and joint designs.
  • *WLT Combo - Intro Fabricator - <span class='inactive'>[INACTIVE]</span>
    *WLT Combo - Intro Fabricator
    welding, blueprint, drawings, symbols, multiview
    A study of industrial blueprints. Emphasis placed on terminology, symbols, graphic description, and welding processes. Includes systems of measurement and industry standards. Also includes interpretation of plans and drawings used by industry to facilitatefield application and production.
  • Advanced Machining - <span class='inactive'>[INACTIVE]</span>
    Advanced Machining
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  • Intro Pipe Welder - <span class='inactive'>[INACTIVE]</span>
    Intro Pipe Welder
    SMAW, 1G, 2G, electrodes, open V-groove joints, low carbon steel, low alloy, F, H, V, OH
    An introduction to welding of pipe using the shielded metal arc welding process (SMAW), including electrode selection, equipment setup, and safe shop practices. Emphasis on weld positions1G and 2G using various electrodes. Advanced topics based on accepted welding codes. Training provided with various electrodesin shielded metal arc welding processes with open V-groove joints in all positions.

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