CAD/Engineering
Host District: Mentor
Program Location: Lakeland Community College
Program Teacher: Mike Prochaska
Phone: (440)974-5336
 
Junior Year Hours: 7:30 a.m.-10:00 a.m.
Senior Year Hours: 11:30 a.m.-2:00 a.m.
Credits: 3/year
 
PROGRAM OUTCOMES:
Successful completion of the program will provide the student with the following knowledge and skills:
Manual drafting and CAD drawing techniques
CAD drawing techniques (AutoCAD)
Use of measuring tools
Northeast Ohio Robotics Competition
Metallurgy concepts
3-D solid modeling (SolidWorks)
Engineering design concepts
Geometry and trigonometry applications
Casting techniques and welding processes
Plastics
Hot and cold forming of metals
Heat treating and mechanical testing
 
CERTIFICATIONS
NOCTI (optional)
 
ARTICULATED COLLEGE CREDIT
14 articulated credits are available to students who meet the eligibility requirements through Lakeland Community College.
 
Junior Year
Manual drafting
AutoCAD
Northeast Ohio Robotics Competition
Measuring tools
Product fabrication processes
 
Senior Year
Solid works
Northeast Ohio Robotics Competition
AutoCAD
Product design process
Capstone experience
 
Suggested Preparation:
Successful completion of Algebra I and industrial and career technical electives
 
Academic Day:
Students are enrolled in CAD/Engineering Technology, English and physics at Lakeland Community College and then return to home schools for remaining academics.
 
Student Organization:
SkillsUSA
 
Program Fees:
$25 junior year and $35 senior year
 
Certificate of Completion:
Students who have satisfactorily completed the two-year training period and who have a minimum of 90% attendance will receive a Career-Technical Certificate of Completion.
 
 
 
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