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Production Technologist

Published
Competency-Based Apprenticeship
Sponsoring Company:
General Dynamics Ordnance and Tactical Systems, Inc.
Industries
O*Net Code
51-2092.00
Rapids Code
1027CB
Req. Hours
0
State
DC
Created
Aug 30, 2021
Updated
Aug 30, 2021

Competency-Based Skills

15 skill sets | 44 total skills
Manufacturing Control Systems
Troubleshoot and improve manufacturing systems
Plan and manage production schedules
Introduction to Direct Current (DC) Electronic
Read and interpret schematics
Measure DC electrical values with appropriate instrumentation
Troubleshoot DC circuits and related components
Manual soldering
Introduction to Alternating Current (AC) Electronics
Read and interpret schematics
Measure AC/DC values with appropriate instrumentation
Troubleshoot common AC and DC circuits and related components
Micro-miniature soldering
Semiconductor Devices and Applications
Read and interpret schematics
Troubleshoot semiconductors and sub-circuits
Measure input/output values with appropriate instrumentation
Digital Devices and Circuitry
Read and interpret schematics
Troubleshoot digital devices related support circuitry
Measure input/output values and logic states using appropriate instrumentation
Industrial/Solid State Controls and Systems
Read and interpret schematics
Troubleshoot industrial control circuits
Measure input/output values and logic states using appropriate instrumentation
Troubleshoot related devices such as power distribution devices, pilot devices, industrial timers, industrial sensors, and electrical motors
Microprocessors
Read/interpret schematics
Troubleshoot microprocessors and interfaces including supporting subsystems
Measure input/output values and logic states using appropriate instrumentation
Wireless Communication
Read/interpret schematics, troubleshoot RF devices and circuits
Measure input/output values and logic states using appropriate instruments
Blueprint Reading for Manufacturing
Read and interpret engineering drawings, geometric dimensioned and toleranced drawings
Fluid power symbology
Manuals for equipment and systems
Introduction to Mechanical Systems
Read and interpret catalogs and published data
Plan, schedule, and perform routine maintenance of equipment/systems
Perform routine troubleshooting
Measure performance of system with appropriate instrumentation
Introduction to Surface Mount Technology
Setup and operate automated component placement equipment
Operate electrostatic discharge control system
Operate statistical process control system
Surface Mount Technology 2
Setup and operate automated packaging equipment, screen printing processes, automated soldering processes automated curing or heat processes
Assist in surface development/deployment of surface mount production cell and cycle-time reduction process
Industrial Data Processing
Identify information technology applications
Use hardware system software, application software, and data files in a manufacturing information system
Industrial Quality Control
Apply data collection and statistical analysis methods for quality control
Participate in operation of quality control system using Statistical Process Control (SPC) methods
Total Quality Control
Apply requirements of IS09000 to the processes and procedures of the Personal Computer (PC)
Participate in development and use of continuous improvement plans and total quality systems
Assist in managing the performance of the PC

Technical Instruction

Electrical/Electronics Technology - 315 req. hrs
Introduction to DC Electronics
Introduction to AC Electronics
Semiconductor Devices and Applications
Digital Devices and Circuitry
Industrial/Solid State Controls and Systems
Microprocessors
Wireless Communications
Mechanical Technology - 90 req. hrs
Blueprint Reading for Manufacturing
Introduction to Mechanical Systems
Manufacturing Technology - 90 req. hrs
Introduction to Surface Mount Technology
Surface Mount Technology 2

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