Manufacturing - Production Strand

Pathway Information

  • The Manufacturing pathway prepares learners for careers in planning, managing and performing the process of materials into intermediate or final products. People with careers in manufacturing production work on the shop floor making parts or assembling them. They work with machines, making or assembling electronic parts, constructing or assembling modular housing, performing welding jobs, or printing various materials.

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    Sequence of Courses

    Pathway Course ID Course Title Level Credit
    Manufacturing-Production 7470 Introduction to Industrial Technology Level 1: Introductory 0.5
    Manufacturing-Production 7517, 7518 Production Welding Processes 1 (Not at Northwest) Level 2: Technical 1
    Manufacturing-Production 7411, 7412 Mass Production 1 (Not at Northwest Level 2: Technical 1
    Manufacturing-Production 7404, 7405 Machine Tool Technology 1A and 1B (Not at Heights or North) Level 2: Technical 1
    Manufacturing-Production 7408, 7409 Computer Aided Machining (Not at North) Level 2: Technical 1
    Manufacturing-Production 7045, 7046 Drafting/CAD 1 & 2 (Not at North or Northwest) Level 2: Technical 1
    Manufacturing-Production 7458, 7459 Manufacturing Processes (West Only) Level 2: Technical 1
    Manufacturing-Production 7053, 7054 Advanced Drafting/CAD 1 & 2 (Not at North or Northwest) Level 3: Application 1
    Manufacturing-Production 7421, 7422 Mass Production 2 (Not at Heights or Northwest) Level 3: Application 1
    Manufacturing-Production 7406, 7407 Machine Tool Technology 2A and 2B (Not at Heights or North) Level 3: Application 1
    Manufacturing-Production 7101, 7102 Research & Design for Manufacturing (West Only) Level 3: Application 1
    Manufacturing-Production 7519, 7520 Production Welding Processes 2 (Not at North or Northwest) Level 3: Application 1

    Courses offered may vary between schools.  To be considered a CTE Completer in the pathway, students must complete 3.0 credits within the course sequence, achieve 80% or greater competency on the course standards or industry proficiency exam, and graduate high school in four years.  At least 2.0 of the required 3.0 required credits must be a combination of technical and application level courses.

     

Career Opportunities

    • Industiral Engineering Technicians

    • Woodworking Machine Setters

    • Assemblers & Fabricators

    • Millwrights

    • Welders, Cutters, Solderers & Brazers

    • Industriction Production Managers

    • Sheet Metal Workers

    • Tool & Die Makers