Engineering Technician Program - Moore Norman Technology Center

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Moore Norman Technology Center


Engineering Technician

Application Booklet



Class: 2


The
completed
application

packet

should be tu
rned
-
in
on or before August

16
,

2013
.











2

Dear Prospective Student
:



Thank
you for your interest in Moore Norman T
echnology Center’s
Engineering Technician
p
rogram.


We know you have a choice when it comes to your education and we hope you will
consider attending Moore Norman Technology Center
.



This booklet

of information is intended to provi
de general information about the

program, as
well as guide you through the appl
ication and enrollment process
.

Although there is a great
deal of information, we
hope it is presented in an easy
-
to
-
follow format.


We beli
eve our
Engineering Technician p
rogram

at Moore Norman Technology Center is
unique
and
one of
the best in the state, with

dedicated faculty and excellent facilities.


Applications will be accepted

through

August 16
, 2013
.


As you consider one of the most
i
mportant decisions of your career
, we hope you will find
Moore Norman Technology Center
’s Engineering Technician

p
rogram to be the next step for
you. Please feel free to contact Information and Enrollment at
405
-
364
-
5763, ext. 7260 if you
have any questio
ns or would like additional information.


Again, thank you for your interest in our

Engineering Technician

p
rogram
. Our
classes will begin
on
September 10
, 2013
.




Sincerely,



Rafael Tirado

Program Supervisor





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Engineering Technician

Prerequisites


This Engineering Technician program is designed to provide a broad base of math, science and
engineering knowledge to prepare the student to enter the technical workforce upon completion of the
class.


Students learn in a blended class environment to enhan
ce learning and provide authentic
experiences in our hands
-
on labs.


Our interactive classroom approach includes small group activities;
instructor led discussion, online assignments as well as practical skills in the lab.



Engineering technicians

specia
lize

in research and develo
pment
, organize and carry out experiments,
gather data, perform calculations, and assist engineers developing prototypes or new equipment. Many
eng
ineering technicians create
prints, usually by utilizing computer drafting technol
ogy.


There are numerous different types of engineering technicians. The following are specialties people
interested in engineering technician careers can pursue:


Aerospace engineering and operations technicians

repair and maintain technology designed to

test
and
refurbish airplanes. When a new airplane is invented, it

must undergo years of troubleshooting prior to
being used, because equipment failure wh
ile flying can lead to serious injury or even death
. Technicians
frequently rely on wind tunnels and
other test equipment to determine what can cause equipment
failure. One
method used
by

technicians
to
test new equipment is by running computer simulations.
Aerospace engineering technicians also use communications devices and computer technology to
document and analyze data.


Electrical and electronic engineering technicians

assist with the development, troubleshooting, and
production of electronic devices, including telecommunications equipment, medical monitoring
machines, computers, and navigation
al technology. Many specialize in troubleshooting and quality
control. These specialists utilize d
iagnostic equipment to test, repair
, and adjust equipment.


Industrial engineering technicians

conduct research to determine how to more effectively utilize r
aw
materials, workers, and equipment in factories, office buildings, and repair shops. Under the supervision
of industrial engineers, these specialists determine where to situate equipment and place workers to
maximize efficiency. They also analyze statist
ics to develop techniques intended to enhance productivity
and reduce costs.


Mechanical engineering technicians

assist engineers with the development, troubleshooting, and
production of consumer goods, industrial equipment, and other products. They may co
nduct tests to
determine product safety. For example, engineering technicians working for an automobile
manufact
urer may

be responsible for preparing crash safety tests. They could also be responsible for
preparing prints, collecting and reviewing data, pe
rforming calculations, and reporting their conclusions.
When preparing for production, these specialists prepare prints of the assembly line and determine
where workers and equipment will be situated. Mechanical engineering technicians are also responsible

for determining labor expenses, projecting how long equipment will last before needing to be replaced,
and calculating available factory space. Some troubleshoot and examine equipment or collaborate with
engineers to prevent manufacturing delays.



4

Work en
vironment.

Engineering technicians usually spend 40 hours weekly performing their duties.
They can

be found in labs, factories, office buildings, and construction sites. Technicians working in
factories often work around

hazardous materials, dangerous chem
icals, and heavy machinery. However,
when safety protocols are followed, injuries rarely occur.


Prerequisite
s


The Student Must:

-

Complete the p
rogram application. Applicants who misrepresent/omit information on the
application become ineligible for
admission or subject to dismissal after admission has been
granted.

-

Meet with
a career advisor to confirm pre
requisites

-

H
ave a Compass reading score o
f 83

or

an ACT reading score of 19
or

completion of a minimum
of 12 college credit hours with a GPA of at
least 2.
5 AND a Compass math score of 34

or

an ACT
math score of 16 (
math scores
no older than 2 years from date of application)
or

a college
algebra class with a completion letter grade of C
or

better to enroll in the class.

-

Earn a
composite score of 75

on the
Prove
-
it
Internet E
xplorer
8.0
assessment
.

-

Submit a 200 word essay answering,
“Why do you want to be an Engineering Technician?”

This MUST be included in the application packet.

-

H
ave access to internet.

-

B
e 18 years old when the program begins.

-

Have

high school diploma or GED


-

Insure that tuition/financial arrangements are made prior to enrollment.


Note:

International Applicants: High School equivalency assessment letter indicating foreign country
education is equivalent to U.S. High School education is required as proof of High School equivalency. The
evaluation and letter are available through the Int
ernational Students’ Office at colleges or universities. Two
local schools are University of Oklahoma and University of Central Oklahoma.

Note
:
May be required to undergo a background/drug screening if internship site requires it
.


Note
:
Basic c
omputer s
kills are a
requirement
. These are required to successfully navigate the online
component of the program. You must have web access, and be able to check the we
bsite and your email, at
least

every other day. Email is the preferred method of

communica
tion

for important information concerning

this program. If you are not familiar with any of the terms below and/or do not have the skills listed below,
we highly recommend you update your computer skills prior to enrolling in this program.


Terms:
Web brow
ser, URL, Address bar, Icon, Link, Download, Scroll bar, Menu


Skills:
Web navigation, Use of email (including how to send/receive attachments), Microsoft
Word, Mouse usage (right/left click, double click)






5

MOORE NORMAN TECHNOLOGY CENTER
USE OF
TO
B
AC
C
O
PRODUCTS


Smoking and Background


Smoking has been identified as the number one health problem in the United States. It is the
leading cause of premature death, disease, and chronic disability in our country.


Smoking can be hazardous to health for both
smokers and non
-
smokers. For smokers, it can
contribute to heart attack, stroke, high blood pressure, emphysema, and several forms of
cancer. Non
-
smokers can be affected by breathing the toxic products that tobacco smoke adds
to the air. The use of snuf
f and chewing tobacco can cause gum disease and oral cancer.


Thousands of Oklahoma adolescents begin smoking each year. The majority go on to become
regular, adult smokers.


Purpose


The board is dedicated to providing a healthy, comfortable, and product
ive environment for
staff, students, and citizens. The board is concerned about the health of its employees.
Therefore, the board shall discourage the use of tobacco products by its staff and students.


Policy


Smoking and the use of tobacco products in
any form, as well as the use of simulated tobacco
products, is prohibited on technology center property. This prohibition includes technology
center buildings, grounds, and technology center
-
owned vehicles. Possession of tobacco
products or simulated tob
acco products by students on technology center property is, likewise,
prohibited.


At or near each entrance of every technology center building, the following sign shall be
conspicuously posted: Smoking in this building is prohibited.


“Smoking” means the

carrying by a person or having access to a lighted cigar, cigarette, pipe or
other lighted smoking article.


Enforcement


The success of this policy will depend upon the thoughtfulness, consideration, and cooperation
of smokers and non
-
smokers. All indiv
iduals on technology center premises share in the
responsibility for adhering to and enforcing this policy. Any individual who observes a violation
on technology center property may report it in accordance with the procedures listed below.
Conduct which
violates this policy may also be a crime under Oklahoma law.


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Students


Any student using, possessing or distributing tobacco products in violation of this policy will be
subject to appropriate disciplinary measures, including out
-
of
-
school suspension, pur
suant to
the board’s policies regarding student discipline.


Staff


Any violation of this policy by staff will be referred to the appropriate supervisor. One (1)
written warning will be issued to the staff member with a copy placed in his or her
technology
center personnel file. Further violations will be considered willful neglect of duty and will be
dealt with accordingly based on established policies and procedures for suspension, demotion,
dismissal and non
-
renewal of staff.


Citizens


Citize
ns who are observed smoking or using tobacco products on technology center property in
violation of this policy will be asked to refrain from smoking on technology center property. If
the individual fails to comply with the request, his or her violation o
f policy may be referred to
the campus director or other technology center supervisory personnel responsible for the area
or program during which the violation occurred. The supervisor shall make a decision on
further action which may include a directive
to leave technology center property. Repeated
violations may result in a recommendation to the superintendent or board of education to
prohibit the individual from entering technology center property for a specified period of time.
If deemed necessary by

the technology center administration or the board of education, local
law enforcement officials may be called upon to assist with enforcement of this policy.



Adopted: 03
-
28
-
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7

MOORE NORMAN TECHNOLOGY CENTER

ENROLL
M
E
NT OF THOSE CONVICTED
OF FELONIES


Although the technology center exists to provide educational opportunities, certain
circumstances require careful review and consideration prior to student enrollment at the
center. No person seeking admission will be unilaterally excluded solely on the b
asis of a felony
conviction, but those with felony convictions are subject to administrative review. This review
will seek to determine whether the individual poses a threat to other students or staff and will
educate the potential student regarding limit
ed employment opportunities in certain fields due
to the felony conviction.


Any currently
-
enrolled student who is charged with a felony must promptly disclose the charges
to the
Director of Educational Services
.


All situations will be evaluated on a ca
se
-
by
-
case basis.
This policy will apply to all career
majors, programs, and/or courses that require an application for enrollment.


Administrative Review Process


Upon learning that an individual with a felony conviction has applied for enrollment at the
technology center, an
administrative committee

will

determine the nature of the crime, the
applicant’s version of the events, the amount of time which has passed si
nce the crime was
committed, rehabilitation which has occurred since the crime, the applicant’s current status
with the court system and any other factor deemed to be relevant to the specific
circumstances.


Career Counseling


Certain careers, especially h
ealth related careers, often prohibit licensure/employment of
individuals who have been convicted of:





Violent crimes (e.g., murder, assault, armed robbery)





Sex crimes of any nature or kind





Manufacture, sale or possession of drugs with intent to

distribute





Child or elder abuse


Because
many
job

sites/
clinical sites will not permit convicted felons to participate in
job

sites/
clinical sites,
enrollment in such a program will not be permitted due to a student’s




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inability to co
mplete the prog
ram requirement
or obtain licensure or certification. Any
applicant denied enrollment based on this policy may seek a review of the denial if he/she
believes extenuating circumstances exist which would allow him/her to complete the program
requirements.


T
his policy is not intended to prevent enrollment, but is designed to protect students from
investing in an education which cannot be completed due to circumstances beyond the
technology center’s control.



Registered Sex Offenders


Individuals seeking
admission to the technology center must disclose their status as a registered
sex offender. A failure to make this disclosure will result in removal from the technology
center. Applications for admission by registered sex offenders will be reviewed for t
he purpose
of determining whether admission is in the best interest of other students and the center. In
any instance involving the admission of a registered sex offender, the student will be subject to
specific guidelines, provided by the superintendent.

These guidelines will govern the student’s
school enrollment, attendance, and participation in school activities. Violation of
administrative guidelines issued to the student will result in the student’s removal.


Adopted:
12
-
20
-
12

Revised: 03
-
28
-
13























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MOORE NORMAN TECHNOLOGY
CENTER

Paramedic

OBTAIN
APPLICATION BOOKLET

Obtain an application booklet
online or
at the In
formation and
Enrollment Center

at either the Franklin Rd. or S. Penn
Campus. Carefully review the contents of the enrollment
booklet.

COMPLETE ASSESMENTS



Call 405
-
364
-
5763, ext. 7
263 to schedule your
assessment

tests

o

Prove
-
it Internet Explorer

o

Compass math

o

Compass reading



Obtain assessments scores. If your scores are below
the required minimum, contact your career advisor
for re
-
test referral.

MEET WITH ADVISOR

Call Information
and Enrollment at
405
-
364
-
5763, ext. 7260 to
schedule an appointment with an advisor
. The advisor will
review
transcripts, test scores and give you a referral for
assessment testing.

NOTIFICATION OF ACCEPTANCE

All assessment and documentation must be submitted
on or before
August 16
,
2013
,
to insure

your file will be reviewed for acceptance into the program.
You
will be notified if you have been accepted into the program or are on the

waiting
list.
If accepted, you will be notified

by phone and mail with an acceptance letter

and the deadline

for payment of tuition
.

If you do not settle or make
arrangements for payment by the deadline date we will withdraw you and contact
the next per
son on the waiting list.

SUBMIT APPLICATION PACKET TO CAREER ADVISOR

Submit complete application to Career Advisor who will then
confirm all documents are completed and fill in the blanks in
the
“For office use only”

section. Career Advisor gives
completed packet to Coordinator.

ENROLL
/PAY
TUITION

Take
acceptance
letter to Information and Enrollment C
enter
at either the Franklin Rd. or S. Penn Campus.

Please call coordinator at
405
-
217
-
8257 to follow
-
up
on application, or if you
have not been notified of
acceptance.


10

Engineering Technician Program


Program Cost: $
1,47
9


Course

Hours

Instructor

Classroom

Introduction
-

Engineering Technician Duties &
Responsibilities

18

Emre Tokgoz

C113

Computer Literacy & Applications (Word,
Excel, Power Point)

90

Student led

Online

Math
Shop Essentials

32

ToolingU SME

Online

Quality Assurance/Process Improvement
Classes

-
lean manufacturing

-
ISO 9001

-
lean six
sigma

-
process re
-
engineering

9
8

Emre Tokgoz

Hybrid/C113

Engineering Drawing and Fundamentals of
GD&T, Based on
the
A
merican
S
ociety of
M
echanical
E
ngineers 2009

4
8

Jerry Myer

ToolingU SME

C113

Basic Machining

60

Richard Atteberry

ToolingU SME

B118

Basic Electronics

64

Matt Younkins

ToolingU SME

Hybrid/C113

Mechanical & Electrical Principles

92

Howard Drew

ToolingU SME

Hybrid/T110

Solid Works (CAD)

72

Paul Hood

C105

Fundamentals of Technical Writing

24

Ed2go

Online

Employment Readiness Skills

24

Traci Hopper

C113

Capstone

80


C113

Total:

7
02








Attendance Policy:

Students must attend 90% of each course within
the program. Failure to meet this policy will result in the student not
meeting program requirements.




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Calendar of Events
for Program





CR


Classroom OL


Online H


Hybrid


CR


Introduction
-

Engineering Technician Duties and Resp
onsibilities

OL


Math
Shop Essentials

-

Start and end date

OL


Computer Literacy
-

Start and end date

H


Quality
Assurance

CR


Eng Drawings and Fundamentals of GD&T

CR


Basic Machining

CR


Employment Readiness Skills

H


Basic Electronics
-

Start and end date

H


Mechanical and Electrical

Principles

CR


Solid Works

OL


Fundamentals of Technical Writing
-

Start
and end date

***


Capstone

Note
:

Hybrid combines classroom learning with online. In a hybrid a significant portion of the class learning
activity is online.

DATES ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE


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ENGINEERING TECHNICIAN

Student Application



Date:

___________________



Student:

________________________________
________________________________
_______________________




First



Middle Initial



Last


Mailing Address:

________________________________
________________________________
_______________


Street







City



Zip


Home Phone
:


____________________

Work Phone:

__________________

Cell/Other:

____________________



Employer:


________________________________
______



Highest Level of Education:


HS/GED

College
:

1

2

3

4


E
-
mail address:


________________________________
________________________________
_________________



Person to be
notified in case of an emergenc
y:

________________________________
______________________



Phone number of emergency contact
:

________________________________
______________________________



I currently h
old the following related
certifications:


________________________________
__________________



Please desc
ribe any previous program related

work experience:

________________________________
________




________________________________
________________________________
______________________________



I have tak
en the following related
classes:

________________________________
__________________________




________________________________
________________________________
______________________________



Have
you been convicted of, charged with, or sentenced for a felony offense? ___ Yes ___ No

Several occupations require certification or licensure which may be denied if a felony record exists. In addition,
certain licensure Boards require submission of a Socia
l Security Number before training can begin.

No person seeking admission will be unilaterally excluded solely on the basis of a felony conviction, but those with
felony convictions are subject to administrative review.

If this is a concern, please discuss
your questions with your career advisor or technology center representative.


Yes, I have read and understand the program information and statement above. The information I have given in
this application is correc
t, to the best of my knowledge. I also ful
ly understand the attendance and tobacco usage
policy.



Student
Signature:

________________________________
__________

Date:

______________________________







PLEASE NOTE: You are not officially enrolled in the program until you have made minimum deposit, which will be applied to the

total
cost of class, and submitted your
student appli
cation packet with required assessments and essay
by
August 16
, 2013
.
Please call the
Coordinator at

405
-
217
-
8257

Moore Norman Technology Center

NON
-
DISCRIMINATION POLICY

Moore Norman Technology Center does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, national
origin, age
, disability, or veteran
status within respect to its programs or any aspect of its operations.

Inquiries concerning this policy may be re
ferred to the Compl
iance
Coordinator Susan Gladhill;
4
701 12
th

Ave NW, Norman, OK 73069

405
-
364
-
5763
.

This notice is available from the compliance coordinator in large print


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Name ________________________________________________ Date submitted:
________________



Complete this list and submit with documentation of all transcripts and assessments

Area


Points Possible

Applicant

Points
Awarded

12 College Credit
Hours

(General
Education Courses
only)

3.75



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ACT


Reading

24 or > 3
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application file is due)

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AND



Internet Explorer
Assessment
Test

Advance

score = 100%


3pts

Intermediate

score = 80%
2pts

Composite

score of 76 or > 1pt

Must have a minimum composite score
of 75% to meet this requirement = 0pts




14

Essay

regarding, Why
you want to be an
Engineering
Technician?

Great Answer 3 pts

Answer 2 pts

No Answer 0 pts



(Bonus)

Technical writing
course

completed



“C”
or above
1 pt



(Bonus)

Related certifications
or training.

Must
have completion
certificate
,

transcript
,
certification or
military records
.


1 pt




TOTAL:




The following
is not exclusive
,

but
are
some
examples of related training

and
/or

Certifications
:


ISO Training

Quality Assurance Training

Electronics

Training

Mechanical and Electrical


Drawing Interpretation

Metrology

Machining

CNC

Welding

Computer
Software/
Applications

Technical
Software such as Petra

Computer Aided Design

(AutoCAD, SolidWorks, Inventor, CATIA, Rivet)

Aircraft Airframe Mechanic



15

Name
:


_____________________________________________________________


Engineering Technician

Application


Copies of the following:




Math assessment
(ACT of 16, or Compass of 34
, or College Algebra)



Reading assessm
ent (ACT of 19, or Compass of 83
, or 12 college credits with GPA of 2.5
or above
)



Prove
-
it
Internet Explorer a
ssessment



Why do you want to be an Engineering Technician
in a 200 word
essay

(minimum)




Completed Point Worksheet




Completed” Engineering Technician

Application

Due Date:
August 16
, 2013

For office use only

_______Student Application

_______
Prove
-
it
Internet Explorer Assessment: __________

_______
ACT Score/Col
lege transcripts/Compass

Score:
M=_________________R=
___________________

_______Why do you want to be an Engineering Technician essay

_______Completed point worksheet


Date

Completed
:
_________________

Career Advisor Signature:
_______________________________________


Program Coordinator Approval:

________________________________
________________________________
___



Acceptance Letter Sent:

________________________________
________________________________
_________