Manufacturing

T.A Blakelocks' amazing Manufacturing class were, we make so many different types of creations!

Figure 1 Mr. Poulin as a student

Wanting to save his Parents thousands in orthodontic costs,

Mr. Poulin makes his own braces for himself in metal shop

MANUFACTURING TECHNOLOGY

COURSE EXPECTATIONS


GENRAL OUTCOME OF THIS COURSE:

Students will be introduced to Advance Machining Practices,Welding, CNC, Production and Custom Machining and Fabrication. Students will interpret advance welding symbols and fabrication blueprints. Students will be introduced to GMAW(mig), SMAW(arc/stick) and GTAW (Tig) .


Every student will and MUST be able to: Work in a safe manner.

Identify and operate all welders and equipment in the shop.

Work efficiently on group and individual projects.

BASIC REQUIEMENTS:

Students must be punctual daily and are responsible for missed work, assignments, tests, handouts and missed theory.

Every student is required to bring in class every day:

WRITING IMPLEMENTS. ( PENS, PENCILS)

3-RING BINDER OR EQUIVALENT.

RULER, CALCULATOR

Deadlines:

1. Deadlines are set to encourage students to manage their workload and time. Some task deadlines are negotiated; some are absolute.

2. Tasks that are not submitted or completed on either a negotiated or absolute deadline will receive an ZERO. A mark of ZERO may be amended if a student arranges with the teacher to complete and submit outstanding work and assignments, on their own time, before the end of term. Failure to complete and submit assigned work may result in the loss of their credit due to insufficient evidence of achievement. It is therefore imperative that all students submit all assigned assessments in order to demonstrate a thorough understanding of course expectations and concepts.

3. It is the students’ responsibility to seek assistance from the teacher if he/she is unable to meet a deadline.

Additional Information for Parents/Guardians:

Regular attendance is critical for the completion of design projects and assignments. Students are expected to adhere to the school policy outlined in the T.A. Blakelock Student Agenda regarding absence during formative and summative evaluations.

Safety is an important component of our technology program. All students are expected to conduct themselves in a safe manner during all activities related to the program. Due to the nature of our technology program, students are required to sign and follow ALL Safety agreement and SAFETY PASSPORTS before operating any of the equipment and machines in the Manufacturing / welding Lab. All students must wear safety glasses at all times.


Mr. Y. Poulin

pouliny@hdsb.ca

905 827 -1158 VM# 300