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Timpview High School

Last modified: March 22, 2019

Skilled & Technical Sciences

CAD MECHANICAL DESIGN I (CTE)

The first in a sequence of courses that prepares individual to develop technical knowledge and skillrequired to plan and prepare scale pictorial interpretations and technical documentation of engineering and design concepts. This includes instruction in the use of 2D Computer-Aided-Design (CAD) software, sketching, drawing layout, geometric construction, orthographic projection, dimensioning and the design process. Students will be learning the AutoCAD program to complete their assignments. Three semester hours of credit possible through UVU.

CAD MECHANICAL DESIGN II (CTE)

The second in a sequence of courses that prepares individuals with an emphasis in developing technical knowledge and skills to develop 3D models in support of mechanical and industrial engineers, and related professionals. This includes instruction in the use of 3D Computer-Aided Design (CAD) software, model creation, and technical communication. Students will be learning the Inventor program to complete their assignments and will be printing out their projects on the 3D printer. Three semester hours of credit possible through UVU. Students should sign up for Mechanical Design I first semester followed by Mechanical Design II second semester.

CAD ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN I (CTE)

The first in a sequence of courses that prepare individuals for careers in the Architecture, Engineering, and Construction (AEC) industry. This course includes instruction in 3D (BIM) software by using Revit to draw a small residential home with an emphasis on blueprint reading. Students will be completing the Technology Student Association (TSA) architectural project. Three semester hours of credit possible through UVU.

CAD ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN II (CTE)

The second in a sequence of courses that prepare individual for careers in the Architecture, Engineering, and Construction (AEC) industry. This course includes instruction in 3D (BIM) software called Revit to design and model a small residential home with an emphasis on residential methods and materials of construction and codes. Students will be creating their own set of house plans. Three semester hours of credit possible through UVU. Students should sign up for Architectural Design I first semester followed by Architectural Design II second semester.

ENGINEERING PRINCIPLES 1 (CTE)

The first in a sequence of “hands on” courses using observations and concepts common to a variety of different engineering disciplines in order to develop a better understanding of basic math and science principles used in engineering. By utilizing problem-solving skills in a laboratory environment, students will develop skills and attitudes that impact and expand occupational opportunities in engineering.

WOODWORKING (CTE)

This fun, hands-on, activity-oriented class teaches basic woodworking skills and machine safety through the building of projects. Learn wood identification, gluing, routing, wood joinery, sanding, finishing, and hardware installation. Project is an end table with a possible drawer and tapered legs. It is recommended for those interested in learning woodworking as a hobby or as a possible career. Students should sign up for woodworking first semester, followed by Furniture Design and Manufacturing second semester. Additional activity oriented, hands-on class also allows students to spent some of their class time in the shop building projects focused on woodturning. Students will learn how to turn wood on the lathe. Instruction includes machine safety, finding and selecting wood from local trees, and lathe turning. Projects may include: wooden bowls, pens, pencils, kaleidoscopes, plates, vases, tops, duck calls, clocks, salt & pepper shakers, etc.

FURNITURE DESIGN AND MANUFACTURING (CTE)

In this class students may build any project they would like. In this activity-oriented class students learn lifelong skills. Upon completion of this class, students are highly skilled in the art of furniture making and cabinetry. Many employment possibilities are available to students who complete this course. Instruction includes: veneering, construction of furniture, kitchen cabinets, moldings, trim, panels, fasteners, bending wood, lathe turning, countertops, etc. Some choices of projects might be: gun cabinets, bedroom furniture, desks, entertainment centers, clocks, wall units, tables, hutches, hope chests, guitars, etc. Students may sign up for one or two class periods. Five hours of UVU concurrent credit available.

CABINET MAKING AND MILLWORK (CTE)

This class is a continuation of Furniture Design and Manufacturing. Students spend much of the time in the shop building projects. The purpose of this class is to teach students the fundamental skills of building fine furniture. Instruction will include: reading plans, project construction, face frames, drawer construction, raised panel door construction, finishing and hardware installation. Projects include: night stands, TV/DVD cabinets, bookcase, chest of drawers, cedar chest, small desk or something similar. Five hours of UVU concurrent credit available.

INTRO TO AUTOMOTIVE (CTE)

This is an entry level course in automotive service. Through demonstrations, lectures, research and practical experiences is designed to introduce the student to a broad experience in the use of: equipment, tools, materials, processes and techniques of automotive service.

COLLISION NON-STRUCTURAL REPAIR (CTE)

Collision Non-Structural Repair prepares individuals to perform structural repairs on automobile unibodies, fixed class, and frames. This course is based on the Automotive Service Excellence (ASE) automotive collision task list and the I-CAR training program. Work ethics and productivity are an integral part of the classroom and laboratory activities of this program. Non-Structural Repair prepares individuals to perform non-structural repair, replacement, and adjustment of automotive outer body panels and unibody components. This course is based on the Automotive Service Excellence (ASE) automotive collision task list and the I-CAR training program. Work ethics and productivity are an integral part of the classroom and laboratory activities of this program.

COLLISION REFINISHING & PAINTING (CTE)

This course prepares individuals to safely repair, mask, prime, seal, and paint vehicles and parts; use and maintain spray guns, booths, and equipment; address paint defects; mix, match, tint, and blend paint; store and dispose of hazardous materials; understand the corrosion protection process; and sand, buff, and detail a refinished vehicle. Work ethics and productivity are an integral part of the classroom and laboratory activities of this program.

ASE STEERING & SUSPENSION (CTE)

This course is part of a sequence that prepares individuals to engage in the servicing and maintenance of all types of automobiles. Instruction includes training in safety, the diagnosis of malfunctions and repair of steering and suspension systems. This course is based on the Automotive Service Excellence (ASE) task list. Work ethics and productivity are an integral part of the classroom and lab activities of these courses.

ASE ELECTRICAL ELECTRONICS (CTE)

This course is part of a sequence that prepares individuals to engage in the servicing and maintenance of all types of automobiles. Instruction includes training in safety, the diagnosis of malfunctions and repair of electrical systems. This course is based on the Automotive Service Excellence (ASE) task list. Work ethics and productivity are an integral part of the classroom and lab activities of these courses.

ASE ENGINE PERFORMANCE (CTE)

This course is part of a sequence that prepares individuals to engage in the servicing and maintenance of all types of automobiles. Instruction includes training in safety and the diagnosis of malfunctions for the engine’s performance. This course is based on the Automotive Service Excellence (ASE) task list. Work ethics and productivity are an integral part of the classroom and lab activities of these courses.

SMALL ENGINE REPAIR (CTE)

This is a course is the first of two courses that prepares individuals to apply technical knowledge and skill to maintain and repair small internal-combustion engines used on portable power equipment, such as lawn and garden equipment. Work ethics, productivity, and safety are an integral part of the classroom and laboratory activities of this class.

WELDING TECH-ENTRY LEVEL – Metals I (CTE)

An introductory course in the field of metalworking. Students will learn skills in welding, sheet-metal, foundry, forging and machining. Purpose of the course is to develop familiarity with tools and machinery, manufacturing processes and to develop required skills for post-secondary engineering programs. Instructor is a CWE through the American Welding Society.

WELDING TECH-INTERMEDIATE LEVEL – Metals II (CTE)

An intermediate course in metalworking. Sheet metal, metal machining, metal forging, welding, and ornamental metalwork will be reviewed. An emphasis is on creativity and exploration of the different areas of study. This course offers the student an opportunity to develop true craft skills since most of the work is handcrafted. Skills learned in the Welding Tech-Entry Level course and developed further in this course will allow the student to build projects in each of the study areas. The majority of time for this course will be spent in the lab.

WELDING TECH-ADVANCED LEVEL – Metals III (CTE)

Beginning and advanced instruction of welding processes. Designed to develop skills of those students interested in exciting and rewarding careers in welding technology. Areas of training include Oxy/Fuel, Plasma-Arc, and Carbon-Arc cutting, SMAW, GTAW, GMAW and FCAW welding processes. Welding Skills Certificate available through the Utah State Board of Education. Certificates are for Entry Level Welder and Intermediate Level Welder. AWS certifications are possible. Instructor is a CWE through the American Welding Society.