Manufacturing Ops. Specialist (MOS)

IDFC 1000 – Industrial Safety Procedures
  • • Introduction to OSHA Regulations
  • • Safety Tools, Equipment, and Procedures
  • • First Aid and Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation
AUMF 1580 – Automated Manufacturing Skills
  • • Mechanical Fundamentals
  • • Hand Tools
  • • Power Tools
  • • Fasteners
  • • Bearings
AUMF 1660 – RepresentativeManufacturing Skills
  • • Fractions
  • • Metric Measuring System
  • • Ratio and Proportion
  • • Calculators
  • • Blueprint Reading
  • • Steel Rule
  • • Micrometers
  • • Certified Manufacturing Specialist Simulations
MGMT 1340 – Quality Assurance Philosophy
  • • Historical Underpinnings
  • • DMAIC Process
  • • Lean & Six Sigma Inter-relationships
  • • Utilization of Tools and Methodologies
    (Choice of one of the following)
WELD 1000 – Introduction toWelding Technology
  • • Industry Safety and Health Practices
  • • Hand Tools and Power Machine Use
  • • Laboratory Operating Procedures
  • • Welding Power Sources
  • • Welding Career Potentials
  • • Introduction to Welding Codes and Standards
MCHT 1011 – Introduction to Machine Tool
  • • Safety
  • • Terminology
  • • Use of Hand Bench Tools
  • • Precision Layout and Measurements
  • • Bandsaw Setup and Operation
  • • Drilling Set up and Operation
  • • Quality Control Processes
IDSY 1170 – Industrial Mechanics
  • • Basic Mechanics
  • • Mechanical Tools
  • • Fasteners
  • • Bearings
  • • Lubrication
  • • Packing and Seals
  • • Couplings
  • • Shaft Alignment
  • • Power Transmission Systems

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