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Foundations of Advanced Manufacturing Production II

Course Number: 80807
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 is designed for students to apply the skills and knowledge students have gained from the previous foundations level course towards more advanced group projects and on-site skill development both at participating local manufacturers, and at The Caroline Career and Technology Center. Students will understand product and process control in a manufacturing environment, types of inventory and how control of inventory relates to industrial operations. They will learn to apply problem-solving techniques in a production environment including internal/external quality control and customer service. Students will explore and apply deeper industry content including foundations of workshop assembly, product development, design, product – prototyping – engineering. Prerequisites and other notes: Recommended for grades 11 and 12. Students must take Industry Assessments to receive credit for course.