Career Occupational Focus

Aerospace Structure Technician

Description

Program will prepare students for Aircraft Metal and Composite Structure assembly and repair employment.
Skills: shop math, metal working selection of conventional and unconventional rivets and fasteners, hand and power tool usage, quality standards, tool and FOD control, blueprint reading and layout of sheet metal.  Students will obtain skills to repair, fabricate, modify, install, and inspect metal and composite structural components and assemblies.

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Automotive Maintenance Light Repair

Description

  • Develop the automotive skills necessary to be a Maintenance Technician
  • Learn the basics of automotive systems including terms, operations and maintenance concerns
  • Diagnose and repair a variety of vehicles in a state-of-the-art shop

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Revised 06/15/2017

Automotive Service Technician

Description

  • Use the same advanced diagnostic and repair equipment as Automotive Master Technicians.
  • Analyze, diagnose and repair computerized systems on modern vehicles  
  • Have the opportunity to achieve eight nationally recognized ASE/NATEF Student Certifications in automotive areas including, Brakes, Electrical, Engine Performance, Steering and Suspension, Automatic Transmission, Heating and A/C, Engine Repair, and Manual Drive Train and Axles.

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Revised 06/15/2017

Aviation Generals

Description

  • Compare and contrast flight characteristics and various aircraft designs. 
  • Introduction to non-destructive inspection, corrosion control and parts fabrication.
  • Execute ground operations including pre-flight inspections, engine start-ups, and aircraft taxi.

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Revised 06/05/2017

Aviation Generals Airframe

Description

  • Inspect, diagnose and repair a wide range of aircraft systems. 
  • Use traditional high quality aircraft materials and modern composites. 
  • Work in an operational airport hangar repair environment.

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Revised 04/07/2017

Aviation Generals Powerplant

Description

  • Inspect, repair, and maintain reciprocating and turbine engines. 
  • Inspect and maintain and troubleshoot aircraft ignition, cooling, lubrication and propeller systems.
  • Work in a FAA-approved aviation environment.

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Revised 04/07/2017

Collision Refinishing

Description

  • Repair an automobile that has been involved in a collision and restore it to like new condition using the latest high-tech processes.
  • Utilize advanced techniques to refinish automobiles, heavy trucks, motorcycles, and recreational vehicles

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Collision Repair

Description

  • Repair an Automobile that has been involved in a collision and restore it to like new condition using the latest high tech processes.
  • Utilize high tech equipment such as frame machines, welders, and current collision repair equipment used in industry.
  • Work with aluminum, fiberglass and carbon composites used to repair vehicles

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Medium/Heavy Diesel Service Technician

Description

  • Diagnose and repair diesel powered vehicles and heavy duty equipment.
  • Troubleshoot and repair various components of heavy duty trucks using industry standard equipment.
  • Maintain vehicle systems to ensure optimum performance.

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Revised 06/15/2017

Motorcycle Technician

Description

  • Perform work on ATV, side by sides and motorcycle to learn how to prepare to be employed in various types of service and repair shops
  • Work with a master mechanic to complete preventative maintenance to provide safety and dependability
  • Learn how to diagnose and repair motorcycles and similar equipment, including tires, wheels, brakes, electrical systems, carburetor fuel systems, drivetrain service and suspension

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Revised 06/15/2017

Powersports/Power Equipment Technology

Description

  • Diagnose, repair, and perform maintenance on commercial equipment, small tractors, utility vehicles and personal watercraft, including John Deere, Honda Power equipment and Kawasaki engines.
  • Explore a wide variety of Powersports/Power Equipment related careers in parts, sales and service.
  • Earn industry-recognized certifications while working with a certified technology in a shop environment with state-of-the art equipment.

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Revised 4/18/2017

Private Pilot Ground School

Description

  • Discover exciting concepts related to airplane performance, flight instruments, and weather conditions  
  • Prepare for a career in general or commercial aviation  
  • Construct and fly remote-controlled aircraft to understand principles of flight

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Revised 06/15/2017

Professional Truck Driver Training

Description

  • Achieve behind the wheel experience and training to become a Professional Truck Driver. 
  • Learn from professional truck drivers the skills needed to drive and operate heavy trucks such as buses, semi-tractor trailers and large commercial dump trucks.  
  • Learn advanced heavy truck driving skills including, hazardous materials carrier, dual trailer operation, legal requirements, vehicle inspections, record keeping, and tractor trailer maintenance.

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Revised 06/15/2017