The Electro-Mechanical Technician Certificate is designed to provide fundamental, hands-on training on industrial systems and equipment. Students will study the basic principles, applications, concepts and functions of electro-mechanical processes associated with new or modify electrical or mechanical parts for products, such as industrial machinery or equipment from various industries such as petroleum, aerospace, aircraft, medical, bio-medical, autonomous systems, robotics, ocean exploration, or waste reclamation and removal. Typical duties of an electro-mechanical technician may include operation, testing,maintaining, or calibrating tools, equipment, automated systems,servo-mechanical, or electro-mechanical equipment. This certificate requires a total of 32-34 units. A minimum of grade of C is required in each course taken. At least one half of the units toward the certificate must be completed at Fullerton College.
Annual completer projection 5-20 learners.
The learners will develop occupational competency for employment into various industries such as petroleum, aerospace, aircraft, medical, bio-medical, robotics, autonomous systems, ocean exploration, or waste reclamation and removal.
The learners will develop fundamental skills for electro-mechanical production technicians such as mechanics, electronic assembly and computer skills.
The learners will identify, set up, correct and monitor gauges, dials, or other make sure equipment is working properly.
The learners will illustrate how to conduct tests and inspections of products, services, or processes to evaluate quality or performance of equipment or processes.
The learners will determine causes of operating errors through troubleshooting, logic and reasoning, to identify the strengths and weakness of alternative solutions, conclusions or approaches to problems.
This certificate requires a total of 32-34 units. A minimum of grade of C is required in each course taken. At least one half of the units toward the certificate must be completed at Fullerton College.
(Y1 or S1)
|DRAF 944 F||Solidworks||3||S1|
|MACH 116 F||Machine Tools||2||S1|
|MACH 180 F||Introduction to Metrology||3||S1|
|TECH 081 F||Technical Mathematics I||3||S1|
|TECH 131 F||Basic Electricity and Basic Electronics||2||S1|
|TECH 132 F||Basics of Electric Motor Controls||2||S2|
|TECH 135 F||Introduction to Programmable Logic Controllers||2||S3|
|TECH 136 F||Computer Integrated Manufacturing and Advanced PLC||3||S4|
|TECH 137 F||Electronic Instrumentation and Networking 1||2||S4|
|TECH 138 F||Electronic Instrumentation and Networking 2||2||S5|
|BIOL 194 F||Quality and Regulatory Compliance in the Biosciences||2||any|
|DRAF 101F||Blueprint Reading for manufacturing||2||any|
|DRAF 140 F||AutoCAD for Industry||3||any|
|DRAF 141 F||Advanced CAD for Industry||2||any|
|DRAF 171 F||Fundamentals of Drafting||2||any|
|DRAF 173 F||Geometric Dimensioning and Tolerancing||2||any|
|DRAF 945 F|
METL 192 F
Fundamentals of Metallurgy
|MACH 101 F||Introduction to Machine Tools||5||any|
|MACH 102 F||Intermediate Machine Tools||5||any|
|MACH 104 F||Advanced Topics in Machine Technology||5||any|
|MACH 110 F||CNC Machine Set-up and Operation||3||any|
|MACH 115 F||CNC Parts Programming||3||any|
|MACH 150 F||CNC Programming using Mastercam||3||any|
|MACH 182 F||Introduction to CMM Inspection and Romer Arms||3||any|
|MACH 184 F||Advanced CMM and Romer Arm Inspection||3||any|
|PRNT 101 F||Introduction to Printing||3||any|
|TECH 127 F||Industrial Safety||2||any|
|TECH 150 F||Basic Drone Piloting||2||any|
|TECH 151 F||Applied Drone Piloting||3||any|
|WELD 100 F||Introduction to Welding||3||any|