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C – Computer
E – Elective
ENG – English
HUM – Humanities
M – Mathematics
PE – Physical Education
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SS – Social Studies
DC – Dual Credit
TCC – Technical Competency Credit
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Canyon Ridge High School

Twin Falls High School

Intro to Automated Manufacturing

1 – CRHS – 9/10/11/12
E
9th graders recommended to have a C or better in Math

This is an abbreviated, one semester Automated Manufacturing I. Participants will get hands-on use in creating physical, virtual and electronic products that can be used in the world around them. Items that will be explored are 1. Safety and Tool Usage, 2. Measuring and Product Designs (CAD), 3. Manufacturing Processes, 4. Electronics and Instrumentation Principles, 5. Machining and Additive Manufacturing. Continuing in this course of study can lead to an automated manufacturing related industry certification. Students can continue to Automated Manufacturing II after taking this class.

Automated Manufacturing I

2 – CRHS – 9/10/11/12
E
9th graders recommended to have a C or better in Math

This is a year-long introductory course, in the Automation of Manufacturing and Machining. Participants will get hands-on use in creating physical, virtual and electronic products that can be used in the world around them. Item that will be explored are 1. Safety and Tool Usage, 2. Measuring and Product Designs (CAD), 3. Power System Principals, 4. Manufacturing Processes, 5. Electronics and Instrumentation Principles, 6. Machining and Additive Manufacturing, 7. Robotics and Material Handling. Continuing in this course of study can lead to automated manufacturing related industry certifications.

Automated Manufacturing II

2 – CRHS – 10/11/12
E – DC (CSI: MANT 105)
Auto MFG I with a C or higher & Instructor Permission

This is year two of three in Automated Manufacturing. Participants will get hands-on use in creating physical, virtual and electronics projects that can be used in the world around them. We will continue to explore the items from AutoMfg I and expand focus on 1. Product Designs (CAD), 2. Power System Principals, 3. Manufacturing Processes, 4. Electronics and Instrumentation Principles, 5. Machining and Additive Manufacturing. Continuing in this course of study can lead to an automated manufacturing related industry certification. Certifications include Solidworks CSWA and NIMS Machining Level 1.

Automated Manufacturing III

2 – CRHS – 11/12
E – DC (CSI: MANT 105)
Auto MFG l and ll with a C or higher & Instructor Approval

This is the third course in a three course program. A focus on CNC Machining and Programmable Logic Controllers will be taught the first semester. Second semester, a senior project that combines all automated manufacturing processes learned to-date will be undertaken. Certifications include Solidworks CSWA and NIMS Machining Level 1.

Automated Manufacturing III Lab

2 – CRHS – 11/12
E – DC (CSI: MANT 105)
Concurrent enrollment in Auto MFG III

This lab is for students to create their own project based upon the skills learned in the previoius classes.

Welding I

1 – TFHS – 10/11/12
E

This course is designed to introduce the student to the basic skills required for ARC welding, MIG welding, TIG welding, oxyacetylene welding and cutting and Plasma cutting. This course will provide a wide range of topics related to the welding trade such as terminology as well as application of learned skills and techniques.

Welding II

2 – TFHS – 11/12
E
C or higher in Welding I

This course is a continuation of Welding 1; designed to expand the student’s knowledge, improve learned skills, and encourage creativity. The student will continue to develop necessary skills and techniques using all four welding processes in all four positions flat, horizontal, vertical, and overhead. This course will provide a wide range of topics related to the welding trade such as terminology, knowledge of the conceptual process of welding as well as application of learned skills and techniques.

Welding III

4 – TFHS – 12
E
C or higher in Welding II & Application

This course is a continuation of Welding 2. Students design and create projects with welding skills.

Occupational and Career Experience

1 – CRHS/TFHS – 11/12
E
C or higher in Precision Machining I/II & Instructor Approval

A school district, community, or industry (preferred) based work experience/internship activity organized and planned to develop advanced skills necessary to gain and maintain employment. This course may encompass a broad range of paid/unpaid work experiences related to the career objective of the student. The experience must be supervised and monitored by the teacher.

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