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Manufacturing Youth Apprenticeship

Grade(s): 11-12                  Trimester(s): 3-6 Honor Point:
Course Fees: Course#:  TEC501         CWCS#  13998E

Co-requisite per Semester: (Students should make every effort to be enrolled in a connected class each semester they are in the youth apprenticeship.) One trimester of a connecting course is required.
Co-requisites for Manufacturing:
 Welding, Materials Processing, Intro to Machining & Fabrication, Intro to Engineering & Design, Principles of Engineering, Digital Electronics & Engineering Design & Development
Certifications: Manufacturing Skills Standards, Level 1 SENSE/Entry Welder

Course Description:  This school-to-work program offers a variety of experiences and possible job placement settings and is applicable for a student who has expressed an interest in a manufacturing or engineering career, or skilled machinery trade. Training in employ-ability skills is also provided. The areas of manufacturing within this apprenticeship include:
Assembly & Packaging, Manufacturing Processes (Casting, Conditioning, Filling, Finishing, Forming, Joining/Combining, Molding Separating)
Machining (Grinder, Lathe, Machine Center, Computer Numerical Control (CNC), Welding Production Operations Management (Inventory, Resources, Quality Management), Industrial Equipment Maintenance & Repair

Manufacturing youth apprentices will be required to complete a minimum of 450 work hours for a Level One (1-year) Manufacturing YA program or a minimum of 900 work hours for a Level Two (2-year) program. The student receives a state-issued skill certificate upon successful completion of the program.
Special Notes:  Students must apply to the program and meet academic and attendance requirements along with obtaining consent of CTE instructor. Also, students must furnish their own transportation plus proof of driver's license. 
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