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Agriculture

Mechanics Power Systems

Grade: 10-12        Fall Semester      0.5 credit         Online + labs

This Mechanics course offers a study of the operation, maintenance, and repair of small gasoline engines. 

Instructional topics include but are not limited to the principles of operation of gasoline/diesel engines, tune-up and maintenance procedures, and disassembly, overhaul, and reassembly of gasoline small engines. Instruction may also include the operation of two and four-cycle engines commonly found on lawn mowers, snow blowers, rotary tillers, chainsaws, and other equipment. As time allows, other power systems could be covered. 20-25 hours of hands-on small engine lab experience is required for this course. Students will meet at a selected facility for hands on supervised overhaul/repair and maintenance as a part of this class. Travel to the facility will be the responsibility of the local school. 

Welding and Fabrication I

Grade: 10-12        Fall Semester        0.5 credit         Online + labs

The Welding and Fabrication curriculum is designed to develop students’ understanding of applied mechanical applications associated with the field of welding. Content includes, but is not limited to, instruction that prepares individuals to select, operate and maintain a variety of welding equipment and related tools. Subject matter may include: Oxy-fuel Cutting, Heating and Welding; Shielded Metal Arc Welding; Gas Metal Arc Welding and Plasma Arc Cutting. Safety and Metal Fabrication as well as record keeping, leadership, communications, employability and human relations skills will also be emphasized. 20 -25 hours of hands-on welding lab experience is required for this course. Students will meet at a selected welding lab/facility for hands on supervised welding instruction as a part of this course. Travel to the facility will be the responsibility of the local school. 

Welding and Fabrication II

Grade: 10-12        Spring Semester        0.5 credit         Online + labs

This curriculum is designed to develop student’s understanding of applied mechanical applications associated with the field of welding. Content includes, but is not limited to, instruction that prepares individuals to select, operate, and maintain a variety of welding equipment and related tools. Subject matter may include: Plasma cutter, CNC plasma cutter, TIG, aluminum MIG, metal turning lathe, shear/break/role, hydraulic “Ironworker”, plastic welder. Safety and metal fabrication as well as record keeping, leadership, communications, employability and human relations skills will also be emphasized. 20-25 hours of supervised hands-on welding lab instruction will be occur within the course (required to attend to successfully complete the course). Students will meet at a centrally located selected welding lab/facility for the hands-on supervised welding instruction part of this course. Travel to/from the facility will be the responsibility of the local school.