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Assembler, Installer, General

Published
Competency-Based Apprenticeship
Sponsoring Company:
Lockheed Martin Corporation
O*Net Code
51-2011.00
Rapids Code
0876CB
Req. Hours
0
State
DC
Created
Jul 29, 2021
Updated
Jul 29, 2021

Competency-Based Skills

11 skill sets | 11 total skills
Perform a variety of task ranging from repetitive to non-repetitive production assembly operations on electronic and/or mechanical assemblies and subassemblies such as modules, boards, panels, drawers, frames, and cables.
Work from diagrams and drawings, make initial layouts, and use hand and/or power tools, jigs, and saws.
Perform continuity checks on work in process and completed.
Conduct quality inspections on processing line in accordance with quality specifications, as needed.
Disassemble, modify, rework, reassemble, and test experimental or prototype assemblies and subassemblies according to specifications and under simulated conditions, as needed.
Perform a variety of activities which involve standard procedures.
Gather and manipulate common data, verify adequacy and appropriateness, develop charts, diagrams and standard reports.
Set up and operate standard electronic or mechanical equipment used to develop, produce, and/or test products or process data, as needed.
Perform basic arithmetic functions for weight measurements, torque conversions, and dimensional measurements.
Perform assembly of electromechanical components, epoxy attach, surface mount technology, connector mate/de-mate, mechanical assembly and hardware torquing.
Behavioral Competencies
Participates in team discussions/meetings

Technical Instruction

Missiles and Fire Control (MFC) Onboarding Training - 49 req. hrs
In this course, apprentices will learn compliance processes and procedures, which will include ethics, labor charging, etc. using various methodologies and systems, timekeeping, reading work instructions, information systems access, and command media.
MFC Basic Torquing Techniques - 5 req. hrs
In this course, apprentices will learn the basic use of torque wrenches, the basic techniques and fundamentals of torquing, and the problems associated with incorrect torquing.
MFC Initial Installation of Solid Rivet’s, Hi-SF's (High Strength Fasteners) and BF's (Blind Fasteners) - 17 req. hrs
In this course, apprentices will learn a comprehensive standard for the use of solid rivets, high strength fasteners, and blind fasteners' and covers all contractual installation specification requirements.
MFC Safety Wire and Cotter Pin Ops Initial - 9 req. hrs
In this course, apprentices will learn the proper installation of safety wire and cotter pins. Given the Safety Wire and Cotter Pinning lecture, apprentices will identify basic facts related to safety wiring and cotter pinning. Given Safety Wire and Cotter Pinning workbook, materials and tools, apprentices will be able to safely install safety wire and cotter pins in a test set.
MFC Installation of Heli-Coil Inserts - 9 req. hrs
In this course, apprentices will learn how to follow the proper procedures to install, inspect and remove Eddie Bolt Fasteners in accordance with the 508-13-205 specifications.
MFC Installation of Eddie Bolt Fasteners - 5 req. hrs
In this course, apprentices will learn how to follow the proper procedures to install, inspect and remove Eddie Bolt Fasteners in accordance with the 508-13-205 specifications.
MFC Mix and Application of Sealants and Adhesive Initial - 5 req. hrs
In this course, apprentices will learn the facts and principles applicable to the mixing and application of sealants and adhesives.
MFC Chemical Agent Resistant Coating (CARC) Paint - 11 req. hrs
In this course, apprentices will learn proper application of CARC paint.
MFC Click Bond Nut Plate Install - 5 req. hrs
In this course, apprentices will learn the proper installation procedures for Click Bond Nut Plates. Participants are given a hands-on demonstration in the proper surface preparation, adhesive application and hardware installation.
Compliance and Web Playables - 14 req. hrs
The exact topics covered in this course may vary depending on the apprentice’s worksite. In this course, apprentices will learn subjects such as environmental regulations overview, maintaining a drug-free workplace, maintaining a violence-free workplace, hand and power tool safety, management systems awareness, and others.
Intro to Tools/Measurements and Precision Measurement - 13 req. hrs
In this course, apprentices will learn how to use a fractional and decimal ruler and the application between various measuring devices. Topics include the identification of and use for: 6" ruler, protractor, micrometer, caliper, height gauge, dial indicator.
MFC Electrical Assembly - 27 req. hrs
In this course, apprentices will learn the processes for fabricating cable and harness assemblies, the tools associated with cable and harness fabrication, the process specifications associated with cable and harness fabrication, the processes and documents associated with cable and harness fabrication, and the preparation of cables to be over braided. The following specific processes are included in this course: strip, crimp, plug, close, forming, marking, connector plugging, and simple testing.
MFC Electronically Conductive Ablative Silicone Coating (SC) Application - 4 req. hrs
In this course, apprentices will learn the methods and procedures for the proper molding of silicone rubber pads on missile surfaces such that engineering requirements are met.
MFC Direct Molding of Silicone Rubber Pads on Missile Surface - 4 req. hrs
In this course, apprentices will learn the methods and procedures for the proper molding of silicone rubber pads on missile surfaces such that engineering requirements are met.
MFC App of Two-Part 500F to 550F Silicone Sealant - 4 req. hrs
In this course, apprentices will learn the methods and procedures for the application of two-part 500 F to 550 F silicone sealants.
HVAC and Refrigerant - 9 req. hrs
In this course, apprentices are instructed on the requirements associated with managing virgin and waste refrigerant and reclamation processes, which may include requirements associated with managing refrigerants used in servicing and repair of motor vehicle air-conditioning systems.
Basic Wheel Alignment - 15 req. hrs
In this course, apprentices will learn the theory and principles of the geometry associated with the suspension and steering systems on motor vehicles. Apprentices will also learn how to use the equipment required to check the geometry of the suspension systems and how to adjust the system.

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