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Last approved: Tue, 26 Mar 2024 13:07:27 GMT

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101 - Engineering Technology - General Technician
  • PLO 2: Demonstrate the ability to perform and review industry related applications and make recommendations for improvement through written technical reports.
    • CLO 1: Describe the interrelationship of safety, quality, engineering, production, maintenance, mechanical systems, supply chain, business functions and technology within a manufacturing organization.
    • CLO 2: Effectively convey technical information to colleagues, clients, or team members in a manufacturing environment.
    • CLO 3: Explain the functions of various tools commonly used in industry, including physical tools such as hand tools, tachometers, and measurement equipment, as well as troubleshooting tools including pareto charts, check sheets, and fishbone diagrams.
    • CLO 4: Apply technical calculations and basic statistical process control methods to mechanical systems and manufacturing processes.
    • CLO 5: Proficiently install, calibrate, and maintain mechanical systems, following standard operating procedures.
    • CLO 6: Use hand tools and precision measurement equipment to install, align, and analyze mechanical systems including belt, chain, and gear drives.
    • CLO 7: Defend the critical importance of applying appropriate safety methods and procedures while working in a manufacturing environment and maintaining mechanical systems.
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