This course is intended to provide students with training from qualified personnel in an industrial setting that is unavailable in a classroom or even a laboratory. A student’s ability to apply the body of theory learned over the course of a year or more of formal training in laboratory and classroom is finally tested in the field. By approaching the real life problems a technician faces every day with a systematic approach in a safe, professional manner a student can perfect their skills, attitude and knowledge base. The instructor, the engineering supervisor/coordinator, and the student will agree upon work hours and objectives. Student progress will be gauged by meeting objectives and by a written report from the engineering supervisor/ coordinator. Students may elect to enroll in this course in lieu of IET 254 Troubleshooting. This class is available to individuals who are accepted by an internship site that agrees to assist in negotiated evaluations. An internship for IET 250 must be approved by the instructor before the start of IET 254 Troubleshooting so that all agreements may be signed and in place before the beginning of last quarter.
4.00 Credit Hours
|01/09/2017 - 03/15/2017||NA||David Budke|
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