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Manufacturing Student Learning Outcomes

Manufacturing Technology Program graduates will

  • Demonstrate knowledge of basic OSHA requirements, general shop safety, and machine tool safety procedures
  • Interpret basic part prints and/or technical drawing including Geometric Dimensioning & Tolerancing (GD & T) and apply the information as it relates to gauging, dimensioning, and tolerancing.
  • Apply a working knowledge of basic measuring and inspection tools and use appropriate measuring devises to confirm a part’s compliance to required specifications including GD&T symbols.
  • Perform mathematical calculations that result in production parts that meet specific industry standards and specifications.
  • Demonstrate entry-level skills to setup and operate machine tools.
  • Interpret CNC G & M code programs and apply editing procedures as needed.
  • Use basic communication skills (reading, writing, speaking, and listening) to understand technical manuals and written work instructions while interacting within a team/group environment.

Contact Information

Jim Tumavich, Chair

Tom Lanagan, Instructor

Peter Deeman, Program Advisor

Dan Jacobson, Program Support Specialist

Business and Applied Technology Division
Technical Education Center (TEC), Room 1034
(630) 942-2592