Precision Machining Technology CIP Code48.0501 – Competency RecordsPossible CareersMolding, Coremaking & Casting Machine Setters, Operators & Tenders, Metal & PlasticMachinistElectronics Bench TechnicianCNC OperatorCNC ProgrammerStructural Metal Fabricators & FittersTool & Die MakerPotential CertificationsNIMS CertificationEmployability: Interviewing SkillOSHA-10 Instructor: Mr. BennettProgram OverviewThis program prepares students for high-demand, life sustaining, STEM careers in the engineering and manufacturing automation fields. Students will learn how to break down large, seemingly impossible challenges into doable steps using the engineering design process. Electronics Technology makes math come alive as a language for predicting the behavior of electrical circuits, and teaches students to understand electronic components and circuits both mathematically and intuitively. The Electronics Technology Program’s comprehensive curriculum covers topics such as engineering philosophy, principles, ethics, safety and quality control. Students learn a wide variety of skills, including computer-aided design, mechanical drawing, robotics, circuit fabrication, and precision measurement.* Blueprint Reading is a required course for this program of study.