Manufacturing


Overview

This Career Cluster® is focused on planning, managing, and performing the processing of materials into intermediate or final products and related professional and technical support activities such as production planning and control, maintenance and manufacturing, and process engineering.

    The Employability Skills for Career Readiness Standards must be an integrated component of all CTE course sequences.

    Automation Technology

    The Automation Technology program introduces students to the fundamentals of automation. Areas of study include safety, the engineering design process, automation controllers and devices, and an introduction to robotics.

    Electronic Technology (valid beginning 2023-24 school year)

    The Electronic Technology program provides students the opportunity to develop technical skills that are used throughout the electronic industry. Areas of study include safety, tools, direct current (DC), alternating current (AC), schematics, soldering, measuring electricity, Ohm's/Watt's/Kirchhoff's Laws, electronic circuits, and digital theory.

    Electronic Technology (SY 2022-23 was the last year offered as a 3-year program)

    The Electronic Technology program provides students the opportunity to develop technical skills that are used throughout the electronic industry. Areas of study include safety, tools, direct current (DC), alternating current (AC), schematics, soldering, measuring electricity, Ohm’s/Watt’s/Kirchhoff’s Laws, semiconductors, electronic circuits, and digital theory.

    Students who started the program of study in or prior to the 2022-23 school year will complete the program sequence as stated in the 2022-23 CTE Course Catalog. The Level 3 course for students who started the program of study in or prior to the 2022-23 school year will be offered through the 2024-25 school year.

    Manufacturing Technologies

    The Manufacturing Technologies program introduces students to the fundamentals of manufacturing. Areas of emphasis include print reading, spatial reasoning, automation, fabrication, quality control, and various manufacturing production methods.

    Mechanical Technology

    The Mechanical Technology program provides students the opportunity to learn the operation and maintenance of various mechanical, electrical, and fluid power systems. Areas of study include safety, tools usage, print reading, energy principles, power systems, manufacturing processes, and instrumentation.

    Metalworking

    The Metalworking program provides students with instruction in the various metalworking processes. Areas of study include safety procedures, print reading, measurement, properties of metals, machine operation, metal-fabricating methods, industrial applications, and problem-solving. Students will also be introduced to the principles of metallurgy, metal lathe operation, forging methods, casting process, welding, and heat-treating procedures.

    Welding Technology (valid starting 2022-23 school year)

    The Welding Technology program provides students with instruction in the industry standard welding practices. Areas of study include print reading, measurement, properties of metals, shielded metal arc welding (SMAW), gas metal arc welding (GMAW), flux cored arc welding (FCAW), gas tungsten arc welding (GTAW), and thermal cutting.

    Welding Technology (SY 2021-22 was the last year offered as a 3-year program )

    The Welding Technology program provides students with instruction in the industry standard welding practices. Areas of study include print reading, measurement, properties of metals, SMAW, GMAW, FCAW, GTAW, thermal cutting, codes, inspections, and certifications. This program prepares welding technology students for the American Welding Society (AWS) certification tests.

    Contact

    Denise A. Burton
    Education Programs Professional
    dburton@doe.nv.gov
    702.486.5726

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