2018-2019 Academic Catalog 
    
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ETEC 110 - Manufacturing Basics



5.0 Credits
Introduction to basics of manufacturing, including personal protective equipment (PPE), safety practices, and the proper use of equipment to perform basic manufacturing processes such as drilling and cutting on commonly used materials, including metals and composites.
Prerequisite BRDGE 090 or EAP 100 and placement in MATH 077.
Course-level Learning Objectives (CLOs)
Upon successful completion of this course, students will be able to:

  1. Understand the usage, operation, and benefits of basic PPE equipment.
  2. Describe standard safety practices for chemicals (MSDS), falls, power tools, electrical, etc. in a manufacturing environment.
  3. List the basic advantages/disadvantages of composites and metals and their proper handling techniques.
  4. Operate drilling and cutting equipment properly.
  5. Measure process results, such as hole dimensions and fastener torque.
  6. Develop listening comprehension especially as it relates to lectures and note taking.
  7. Develop oral questioning and listening abilities critical to academic and career success.
  8. Develop writing skills including basic grammar, summarizing, clarity, and accuracy.
  9. Increase vocabulary and vocabulary building skills especially as applied to course work and the manufacturing environment.
  10. Develop and apply study and test taking skills.



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