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2011 North Carolina Aerospace Suppliers Conference

2011 North Carolina Aerospace Suppliers Conference



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    • Ensuring a Robust and Sustainable Aerospace Workforce Governor’s Aerospace Initiative  Objective: Develop an aerospace industry-ready workforce • Step 1: Document workforce needs/challenges and determine which can be met immediately • Step 2: Respond to aerospace training, workforce, education and curriculum gaps – Prioritize • Step 3: Increase opportunities for students and workers to enter the Aerospace workforce
    • Ensuring a Robust and Sustainable Aerospace WorkforceThree pronged approach:  Industry – Cooperative approach to a shared problem  Academia – Majority of survey respondents were looking for entry level people  Government – Develop an attractive business environment
    • Ensuring a Robust and Sustainable Aerospace WorkforceWorkgroup meeting at 5:30 today at the conference  Handout on workgroup ideas to date  Discussion of your specific issues  Workgroup forum to discuss current needs and concerns  Looking for a few good people who want to get involved!
    • NC Community Colleges • 58 Community Colleges • > 900,000 Students, 1 in every 8 NC • Renewed Focus to Strengthen Technical Education • Information, Engineering, Transportation, Environmental, Energy, Building Technologies • National and Industry Certifications • College of The Albemarle • Craven Community College • Guilford Technical Community College • Lenoir Community College • South Piedmont Community College • Wayne Community College • University System – NC State University8/31/2011 Hope Opportunity Jobs 4
    • Craven Community College
    • Aviation Systems Technology(AAS Degree) State-of-the-art training in aircraft maintenance FAA’s Airframe and Powerplant certifications available Airframe and Powerplant certifications (A&P) are valuable credentials for job-seekers. Employment opportunities in commercial, civil and military aviation Currently serves 75 students with day and evening programs
    • Aviation Systems Technology(AAS Degree)  Aviation Systems Technology students also earn college credit through the Cooperative Work experience (COE) with Fleet Readiness Center East (FRC-E) and Gulfstream Aerospace.  Program is headquartered in the Institute of Aeronautical Technology on the Havelock Campus.
    • Composites-ManufacturingTechnology (AAS Degree) Prepares graduates to work with advanced materials (carbon fiber) used on current and future aircraft Additional instruction provided in non- destructive inspection (NDI) for both composites and metal.
    • Composites-ManufacturingTechnology (AAS Degree) Primary focus will be on maintenance and repair of aircraft and aircraft parts and manufacturing procedures. Applicable to V-22 Osprey, F-35 Joint Strike Fighter and other platforms Approximately 50 students are enrolled in the program. Composites-Manufacturing Technology program is housed in the Advanced Manufacturing Center on the New Bern Campus.
    • Computer Integrated Machining  Craven Community College offers both the two-year (AAS) degree and/or a diploma option.  Students learn the safe use of hand tools, power machinery and computer numeric controlled (CNC) machines.  Many machining students earn college credit via Cooperative Work experience with FRC-E after obtaining 30 credit hours toward their degrees.  Enrollment averages 50 plus students per semester.
    • Computer Integrated Machining Equipment:  4, Computer numerical control Mills (3 axis)  4, Computer numerical control Lathes (3, 2 axis) (1, 4 axis)  2, Injection Molding Machines  1, Computer numerical EDM Wire  1, Computer numerical EDM Sinker  1, CNC Water Jet  1, CNC Punch Press  1, CNC Brake  1, CNC Router 5 axis  1, CMM  1, 5 axis high speed machining center
    • Partnerships Collaborative efforts between Craven County Schools, Craven Community College, and FRC-East Focus on science, technology, engineering, and math NCSU, BSE and 2+2 Engineering serving 75 students 2+2 Degrees can be in Civil, Mechanical or Aerospace Engineering. BSE degree supports the Aerospace Industry. Students can receive BSE degree without leaving Craven County.
    • Continuing Education Title FAA Airframe and Powerplant Mechanic Certification Exam Prep Aviation Sheet Metal Precision Measurement Engine Vibration Root Cause Analysis / Organization Problem Solving Lean Six Sigma – Yellow Belt Lean Six Sigma – Green Belt Lean Six Sigma – Black BeltAll courses are offered for Fleet Readiness Center East. The FA A Airframe andPowerplant Mechanic Certification Exam Prep course is also offered for MarineCorps Air Station Cherry Point and MCAS New River.
    • Working to meet regional andcommunity needs New Bern High School Craven Spirit Aerospace Community West Craven College High School Fleet Long Term Training Readiness Aviation Havelock Center East Electrical Engineering High School Electronics Engineering Machining ECU Craven Early Manufacturing Composites NCSU College Mechanical Engineering NCA&T Welding SIU Early College BSE/NCSU 2+2 Engineering East Short Term Training Other Sheet Metal Fabrication Aerospace Airframes and Powerplant Industries Carteret County Prep Courses Schools Soft Skills Precision Measurement Pamlico County Engine Vibration Schools
    • Dr. Richard PaganDivision Chair, Transportation Technologies © 2011
    •  Who we are:  GTCC Aviation has 14 full-time faculty  We teach day and evening classes  Two facilities  Equipped to teach:  All aircraft systems & powerplants  Non-destructive testing  Composites  Flight Simulators  Located at the Piedmont Triad International Airport  260 N. Regional Road  Greensboro, NC  336-334-4822
    •  What we teach:  Aviation Systems Technology  Airframe & Powerplant (Associate)  Airframe & Powerplant (Certificate)  Airframe (Certificate)  Powerplant (Certificate)  Aviation Career Pilot & Management  Career Pilot (Associate)  Aviation Management (Associate)  Career Pilot (Certificate)
    •  What we teach (cont.):  Customized training  Tailored training to meet industry needs  Program offerings are both curriculum and continuing education (con-ed)  Aviation Electronics – Avionics  Approved as curriculum this summer  Newest program  Associate’s degree
    •  Aviation Electronics  Installations  Theory  General aviation & transport category  Well equipped & furnished lab spaces
    •  Classroom Radar Road facility Federal Communications Commission (FCC) National Center for Aerospace & Transport Technologies (NCATT) certified lead instructor Two full-time instructors
    •  Lab spaces
    •  In summary:  GTCC is well equipped with the faculty, resources, and equipment essential for producing highly-trained aviation professionals for today’s aerospace industries.
    • Computer Integrated Machining More than $2 million dollar invested to create an Advanced Machining Center Mobile Learning Lab HAAS State-of-the-art equipped including five axis capability Reverse engineering with 3D modeling (CATIA , Master Cam, and Vericut) and 3D printing capability AAS, Diploma, & Certificates awarded NIMS Certifications available High School Program with more than 60 students
    • Welding Technology ProgramCapability to teach exotic metal welding techniques VORTEX 360 Welding Simulator Robotics Welding Training Plasma and water-jet cutting capabilities AAS, Diploma, & Certificates awarded AWS Affiliated School Program Chair is AWS Certified Welding Inspector and AWS Certified Instructor High School Program also located in Greene County
    • Aerospace Manufacturing Readiness 13-week intensive customized training program includes 124 contact hours 120 hours classroom and hands on instruction 4-hour online instructional component Topics includes Composite Fabrication Methods, Composite Trim and Drill Procedures, Assembly Processes and Operations, Safety, Blueprint Reading, Math and Measuring CRC Certificate required prior to completion
    • CONTINUING EDUCATION AEROSPACE MANUFACTURING TRAINING Need for additional pathways Occupational Extension course created as additional path  96-hour course  Topics include the basics of composite fabrication methods, composite trim and drill procedures, assembly processes and operations, safety, blueprint reading, math and measuring AMR and OE courses may lead to advance credits in Aerostructure curriculum program
    • Aerostructure Manufacturing and Repair AAS, Diploma, & Certificates awarded Prepares individuals to fabricate, manufacture, assemble, repair, inspect, test, and manage the construction of aerostructures in an industrial setting Emphasis is placed on aerostructure construction techniques, manufacturing processes, composite manufacturing and repair, and Computerized Numerical Control (CNC) machining processes
    • Partnerships GoldenLEAF Foundation Spirit Aerosystems NC Community College System NC Global Transpark Authority NC Eastern Region NC Military Business Center NC State University East Carolina University Eastern Carolina Workforce Development Board Employment Security Commission Lenoir, Greene and Jones County School Systems
    • 2005SPCC Surveyed local industry to determine their needs. The top two priorities were trainingfor CNC Machine Operators and Industrial Maintenance Technicians.2007Awarded our first of four Duke Energy Grants and started a CNC Machine Operator Programin Continuing Education.2008The second Duke Energy Grant was awarded and started our Industrial Maintenance Program .2009Awarded third Duke Energy Grant adding a 5 axis machining center and lathe with live toolingto the CNC program.2010Golden Leaf Foundation awarded SPCC $575,000 to SPCC for Aerospace Manufacturing,bringing in a Flexible Manufacturing System, PLC trainers and avionics repair trainers.2011Fourth Duke Energy Grant will provide duplicate equipment to allow more hands-on time forstudents.
    • Customized Training for Aerospace Manufacturing800 people enrolled in training designed for aerospace manufacturing companies since 20075 area aerospace companies have hired students from one of the two programs in ContinuingEducationExamples of Training: CNC Machine Operator Industrial Maintenance and Automation Welding Infrared Thermography Programmable Logic Controllers Rigging Fluid Power Industrial Electrical and Motor Controls Six Sigma Green Belt Lean and 5S AS 9100 Excel HVLP Painter Training Failure Modes and Effects Analysis
    • Certificate in Aerospace ManufacturingNC Career Readiness Certificate – GoldIntroduction to Aerospace Industry General Aerospace Concepts Nature of Manufacturing Dynamics of Manufacturing Precision PartsAerospace Manufacturing Practical Applications Key Concepts of Aerospace Manufacturing Documentation, Traceability, Measurement, Inspection Manufacturing PrinciplesIntegrated Systems Technology Hands-on Training: Motor Controls, PLC Applications, Fluid Power, AC/DC Power and Electrical Wiring Manufacturing Disciplines
    • Automation Advanced, Systems Approach to Manufacturing Skill Application Integration of Sub-Systems Troubleshooting Diagnostics and System Failure Resolutions
    • Wayne Community College Aerospace Industry Training Programs
    • Aviation Systems Technology 1st FAA Part 147 certified school in NCCCS AAS Degree and two Certificates Prep test for A&P FAA Airframe and Powerplant certifications Employment opportunities in commercial, general, and military aviation Courses prepare students for diverse aviation careers Currently serves 40 students
    • Aviation Systems Technology  State-of-the Art NIDA training lab  Military, Boeing, Rockwell Collins  Airframe structures including sheet metal and composites  6 aircraft & fuselage rotator  Powerplant maintenance including reciprocating, gas turbine, and propeller fundamentals
    • Computer Integrated Machining  AAS Degree, Diploma, and five Certificates  Students learn safe and proper use of hand tools, manual machines and computer numerical control (CNC) machines  Students have the opportunity to work in a machine shop through the co-op program during their training  Currently serves 40 to 60 students directly or indirectly in the program
    • Computer Integrated Machining  3 - Computer Numerical Control (CNC) machining centers, 4 axis  2 - Computer Numerical Control turning centers, (1 - 2 axis) (1 - 4 axis)  1 - Coordinate Measurement Machine (CMM)  1 - Rapid prototype machine  Various manual mills, lathes and surface grinders
    • Welding Technology  Offers Diploma and 3 Certificates  Students learn Gas, Stick, MIG and TIG welding  Sheet metal, shear, brake, etc  Serves 60 to 80 students directly or indirectly in the program
    • Welding Technology  4 - MIG welders  2 - TIG welders  20 - Stick welders  3 - Plasma  1 - Track torch  Programmable back stop shear  Break  Band saw  Pipe benders  Sheet roll machine
    • Mechanical Engineering Technology Serves 30-50 full and part-time students AAS Degree, Diploma, as well as 2 Certificates Curriculum focuses on mechanical design, 2-D and 3-D, design processes, sheet metal design, product design, and statics/strength of materials Programs offers terminal track with employment as well as 2 + 2 university track in Industrial/Engineering Technology
    • Mechanical Engineering Technology Design focus Hands-on experience with 3-D parametric modeling packages such as SolidWorks and Autodesk Inventor Students utilize CNC mill and lathe for part production Students receive experience operating and maintaining a rapid prototype machine Students complete a capstone project which imitates the engineering and design process with a complete prototype requirement
    • Partnerships/Student Employment AAR  NC Forestry FRC East Service GE Engines  NC Manufacturing * Goldsboro Machine *  Petra * Kidde Aerospace  Seymour Johnson Mountain Air Cargo  Spirit  State of NC
    • Partnerships 100+ students Design Machine Fabricated Assembled 3 Programs Mechanical CIM Welding Fort Macon Live fire 2 in process 30K savings
    • Military History
    • UNIVERSITY OVERVIEWEngineering in North CarolinaDr. Richard Gould, Dept. Head, Mech. & Aero. Engr., NCSU
    • The University of North Carolina• North Carolina population ~ 9.4 M (10th most populated state)• The 16 Univ. campus combined enrollment ~222,000 students, ~$3B state appropriated support• 6 schools offer engineering programs in UNC system (ECU, NC A&T, NCSU, UNC-A, UNC-C, WCU)• 7 schools offer engineering technology programs in UNC system (ASU, ECU, ECSU, NC A&T, NCSU, UNC-C, WCU) 51
    • North Carolina Engineering Programs ECU NC A&T NCSU UNC-A UNC-C UNC-CH W Car BS 1 10 19 1 6 1 MS 1 6 19 4 2 PhD 4 14 2 2 North Carolina Engineering Technology Programs ASU ECU ECSU NC A&T NCSU UNC-C W Car BS 1 4 2 2 1 3 2 MS 1 1 1 1 1 1 52Excluding certificate programs
    • Engineering Degrees Awarded -08-09 Engineering degrees awarded - 2008-09 Engr Engr Engr Engr Engr Total Tech Tech BS MS PhD BS MSEast Carolina University 121 49 19 189NC A&T State University 201 74 15 290NC State University 1,038 539 157 1,734UNC Asheville 3 3UNC Charlotte 146 237 79 14 476Western Carolina University 56 10 66Total 323 49 1,508 692 186 2,758 53
    • The College of Engineering at NC State University 54
    • COE Students Enrollments Fall 2010 Undergraduate 5,992 Graduate 2,489 Degrees awarded (2010-11) Undergraduate 1069 Graduate-MS 607,PhD 135 742 9 academic departments, 3 affiliate departments (19 BS & MS, 14 PhD programs) 12 distance delivered MS degree programs 2 distance delivered BSE programs Among all U.S. engineering colleges*:  4th largest undergraduate enrollment  10th largest graduate enrollment  7th in number of BS degrees awarded  11th in number of MS degrees awarded  22nd in number of PhD degrees awarded * ASEE figures for 2008 55
    • COE Academic Departments Biomedical Engineering (BME) Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering (CBE) Civil, Construction, and Environmental Engineering (CCEE) Computer Science (CSC) Electrical and Computer Engineering (ECE) Industrial and Systems Engineering (ISE) Materials Science and Engineering (MSE) Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering (MAE) Nuclear Engineering (NE) Engineering Departments in Other Colleges Biological and Agricultural Engineering (BAE) Wood and Paper Science (WPS) Textile Engineering (TE)
    • NCSU Engineering Community• Provides the human resources necessary for NC companies – Workforce: BS, MS & PhD graduates – R&D, Management, … – Distance delivered degrees: BSE-MAE, BSE-Mechatronics, 12 MS degree programs (AE,CE,ME,ISE,MSE, …)
    • Partnership Opportunities• Outstanding laboratories & human resources• Student projects, Co-ops & internships• Rapid center engineering assistance• Testing services• Grants and contracts• Licensing of technology• Certificate programs, workshops 58