Introduction to Metal Technologies


Credit: 1.0

Grades: 9, 10, 11, 12

Course No. 6605

Note: Course1 of CHS Welding Program

This course is designed to provide the student with a basic understanding in the use and care of both hand and power tools and equipment. This course is divided into the areas of metal technology, quality assessment, destructive/ nondestructive testing and manufacturing. These four areas include “hands-on” units in machine operation, sheet metal, metal spinning, foundry, forging, cold metal, electric welding, acetylene welding and machine shop practice. Additional units in industrial information, computerized numerical control and computerized manufacturing will be explored.

 

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Technology Education is an integrated, experienced-based instructional program designed to prepare a population that is knowledgeable about technology – its evolution, systems, techniques, uses and social and cultural significance. It results in the application of mathematics and science concepts to develop solutions to practical problems and extend human capabilities.

Technology education is an essential component of a comprehensive and experience-based science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) program. It develops technological literacy among students by demonstrating how mathematics and science is applied to the process of engineering design.

North Hills School District


High School

53 Rochester Road
Pittsburgh, PA 15229

 

Middle School

55 Rochester Road
Pittsburgh, PA 15229