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Applications of Advanced Manufacturing Production I

Course Number: 80808
Subject: Manufacturing, Engineering & Techonology
Major/Program of Study: Advanced Manufacturing Professionals
Course Length: 5 periods/week/semester
Credit: 1 credit (CTE Credit)
Dual Enrollment: No
AP Designation: No

This course will prepare students for both the Quality Practices & Measurement and the Manufacturing, Process, and Production certifications. Students will learn blueprint reading and basic measurement; they will use precision measurement tools and perform dimensional gauging. Students will study quality systems, such as ISO 9000 standard and identify methods of process improvement. Students will also be introduced to Statistical Process Control (SPC) along with types and applications of control charts. Students will learn the applications of root cause failure analysis as well as understand the role of managers and quality teams. Students will learn different methods of quality inspection, types of quality audits, when to take preventive and/or corrective action, perform effectiveness checks, and document and report all preventive and corrective steps taken. Prerequisites and other notes: Recommended for grades 11 and 12. Students must take Industry Assessments to receive credit for course.