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91天堂

Composites

The vast manufacturing industry needs workers with an understanding of composites. This introductory course uses technical knowledge and skills to plan and manufacture projects using composite materials. Students will gain an understanding of basic composites, safe use of equipment and tools, blueprint reading, precision measuring and mathematics, hand and power tools used in the composites industry, and processes and procedures of fabrication.

What type of job can this training lead to?
Composite
Technician
Composite
Assembly
Technician
Composite
Manufacturing
Technician

Est. Average Salary for Composite Technicians in Utah: $31,200 – $35,360*
*Where do we get our numbers?

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Composite Technician
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Composite technicians are involved in building and maintaining composite parts of an aircraft. Working with composites is quite specific to aircraft, and most jobs in this field are in aerospace organizations. They work with new aircraft parts, using oven processes and vacuum techniques, and maintain and repair composite aircraft components made of fiberglass and other carbon materials.

Est. Average Salary for Composite Assembly Technicians in Utah: $31,200 – $35,360*
*Where do we get our numbers?


Composite Assembly Technician

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Composite assembly technicians assemble, fabricate and repair products from composite parts and materials. They fabricate and prepare molds and lay out composite materials for folding. Other responsibilities are to track, record and document work, materials, and products.

Est. Average Salary for Composite Manufacturing Technicians in Utah: $31,200 – $35,360*
*Where do we get our numbers?

aerospace technician at work

Composite Manufacturing Technician聽
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Composite manufacturing technicians perform a variety of repetitive operations for the production of composite parts. Their tasks can include cleaning of molds, operating winding machines, and working with chemicals. They place parts in specific relationships to each other and use a variety of power tools; cut clean, and package parts. The technicians operate and tend to automatic and manual processing equipment. Their job also includes working at different workstations as production needs require.

  • Course Overview
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    Composites I

    This course uses technical knowledge and skills to plan and manufacture projects using composite materials. Students will gain an understanding of basic composites, safe use of equipment and tools, blueprint reading, precision measuring and mathematics, hand and power tools used in the composites industry, and processes and procedures of fabrication.

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    Average Program Length: Approximately 90 hours
    Average Cost: Free tuition for high school students*
    *Estimate based on course cost, books and fees. All costs are subject to change.
    Scott
    Wolfe
    Instructor, Industrial Maintenance
    435.248.1870
    swolfe@tooeletech.edu
    Department Phone:
    (435) 248-1870
    Scott Wolfe
    swolfe@tooeletech.edu

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    Composites I

    Math & English Levels: 8th grade math and reading levels recommended.
    Occupation & Licensure Requirements:

    Close toed shoes, no shorts, long hair tied back, jewelry will need to be removed during class time. Working with chemicals poses the possibility of ruining clothes.

  • What are some examples of skills I will learn?

    Business Writing, Proofreading, and Math

    Learn business math that is used by commercial enterprises to record and manage operations.

    Through hands-on experience, students will work through the use of mathematics in accounting, payroll processing, marketing, sales, consumer and business credit.

    Business Writing, Proofreading, and Math

    Learn business math that is used by commercial enterprises to record and manage operations.

    Through hands-on experience, students will work through the use of mathematics in accounting, payroll processing, marketing, sales, consumer and business credit.

    Business Writing, Proofreading, and Math

    Learn business math that is used by commercial enterprises to record and manage operations.

    Through hands-on experience, students will work through the use of mathematics in accounting, payroll processing, marketing, sales, consumer and business credit.

    Any examples of where I could work?
    Albany-Engineered-composites
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