Light Duty Manufacturing Program (Seniors Only)
This program introduces students to manufacturing skills including welding, precision machining, fabrication, and sheet metal. An overview of safety, equipment operation and problem solving will accompany an emphasis on applied math and measurement skills.
Prerequisites at the time of Senior Year Enrollment:
Minimum of 11 core credits (2.5 must be English), on track to graduate
Credits & Certifications Offered
High School Credit
- 3 CTE Year One
*College credit and certification are not guaranteed. Their attainment is dependent on student performance in both the course and on external industry assessments. All certifications are through external agencies and the accommodations permitted will vary from assessment to assessment. Additionally, students must participate in the full two years of the program to be potentially eligible for all certifications listed.
- Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) – 10 hour Construction Industry Certification
How Will My Time Be Spent?
Program Year Classroom Time Lab Time CTE Year One 25% or less 76% or more
Tech is Real World Learning
Students in this program learn through the use of a variety of industry grade tools and equipment and texts. Their real world labs also require uniforms and personal protective equipment.
Tools & Equipment
- Drill Press
- Arc/Stick/Tig/Mig Welding
- 3-D Printers
- Metal Cutting Band Saw
- Milling machines
- CNC mill and lathes
- Welding simulator
- Plasma cutters
- Machining Fundamentals
- Welding Skills, 4th ed.
- Mastercam Online
- Autodesk Online
- Miller Open Book
- Z87+ rated prescription glasses are recommended for students who use prescription eyewear.