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Entry level production technician course instructional design

Curriculum design, implementation and assessment for employees of a major defense contractor corporation

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Entry level production technician course instructional design

  1. 1. ENTRY LEVEL PRODUCTION TECHNICIAN COURSE INSTRUCTIONAL DESIGN By Michael Harding – Curriculum 516
  2. 2. CONTINUING EDUCATION COMMUNITY COLLEGE OF BALTIMORE COUNTY AND LOCKHEED MARTIN CORPORATION LOCKHEED-MARTINCORPORATION HAS PARTNERSHIP INTRAINING NEW EMPLOYEECANDIDATES WITH THE COMMUNITY COLLEGE OF BALTIMORE COUNTY. – CONTINUING EDUCATION DEPARTMENT FORTHETECHNICAL SKILL LEARNING https://encrypted- tbn2.gstatic.com/images?q=tbn:AN d9GcQ_uNdCMtLEDfEdzDuUcBQq Rcp0xmTjLDrejGiROd6QyDmn33r4 Tg
  3. 3. ENTRY LEVEL PRODUCTION TECHNICIAN CURRICULUM INFORMAL NEEDS ANALYSIS Situation Lockheed Martin, a world famous defense and weaponry U.S. contractor with facilities in several states employees thousands of semi-skilled and skilled workers in their plants building technically advanced state-of-the-art mobile units such as ships and airplanes for our national defense and have been doing so for more than ¾ of a century. Currently, Lockheed has a contract in the Baltimore Maryland facility to revamp several Coast Guard boarder defense ships to be retro-fitted with the most innovative weaponry. The Baltimore facility works under a labor agreement with a union that has been long-standing and who has represents the members for almost as long as the plant has been in existence. Many of these workers are relatively very near retirement or are already retired. Lockheed is urgently looking to ensure a qualitative/quantitative workforce to handle the current contracts and those in the future.
  4. 4. Data Collected  Skilled and semi-skilled already retired by December 2015 = aprox. 22  Skilled and semi-skilled expected to retire by December 2016 = approx. 10  Skilled and semi-skilled needed to be added to workforce over the next two years = 40 Original Instructional Design and Development When we first built the Production Technician Program the request was for a sequence that focus on basic production knowledge and associated skills. With an emphasis on mechanical skills, there were several topics removed; electrical skills, Maintenance Certification, and OSHA (Occupational Safety and Health Act) Certification due to considerations of budget and time element to fulfill needed workforce requirements.
  5. 5. Summative Evaluation Results While first student class was successfully hired (80% of class) and had attain the moderate proficiency for job description, thought was given to considering adding an instructional topic to enhance production communication and comprehension of tasks. It has been determined that a blueprint/drawing comprehension needs to be added to the shop skills class.
  6. 6. CONTINUING EDUCATION TECHNICAL INSTRUCTION ENTRY LEVEL PRODUCTION TECHNICIAN: PHASE I PLAN INSTRUCTOR: MICHAEL L HARDING, UNIVERSITY OF PHOENIX INSTRUCTIONAL PLAN; PHASE I DESCRIPTION THIS CIRRICULUM COURSE IS DESIGN TO TRAIN ADULTS IN THE TECHNICAL SKILLS AND KNOWLEDGE TO ASSEMBLE, REPAIR, AND MODIFY MECHANICAL PARTS, FASTNERS AND SUPORT COMPONENTS IN THE PRODUCTION OF VARIOUS ITEMS IN DEMAND. STUDENT CANDIDATES MAY BE SELECTED FOR EMPLOYMENT IN SEVERAL INDISTRY LEADING COMPANIES INCLUDING NATIONAL DEFENCE CONTRACTORS, LEADING PRODUCTS MANUFACTURING COMPANIES, AND GLOBAL MARKETS. STUDENTS WILL ALSO GAIN KNOWLEDGE INTERPRETING BLUEPRINTS AND DRAWING CONSISTENT WITH MECHANICAL SYSTEMS AND UTILIZATION OF COMPUTERS AND TABLETS AS DATA SOURCES FOR JOB ACTIVITIES. TARGET AUDIENCE ADULTS; MALE OR FEMALE, NO AGE BARRIERS, HIGH SCHOOL DIPLOMA OR GED. STUDENTS HAVE SELF-DIRECTED NEEDS INCLUDING SEEKING IMPROVED EMPLOYMENT THROUGH TRAINING OR EMPLOYED AND SEEKING TRAINING TO ADVANCE CAREER GOALS WITH AN ORGANIZATION OR INDUSTRY. DELIVERY AND COURSE LENGTH CLASSROOM/SHOP/LAB; FACILITATION OF SKILL PERMANCE LEARNING, ASSISTED BY TEXT READING AND WEB-BASED MEDIA RESOURCES. COURSE LENGTH ; 8 WEEKS GOALS (1) STUDENTS WILL BECOME PROFICIENT IN THE HANDS-ON SKILLS OF A PRODUCTION TECHNIAN (2) STUDENTS WILL BE PROFICIENT IN THE INTERPRETATION AND COMPONENT IDENTIFICATION IN STANDARD SHOP DRAWINGS Maryland (3) STUDENT WILL HONE IN ON PROFESSIONAL, TEAM, INTERPERSONAL, AND INDUSTTRY LANGUAGE IN PREPARATION FOR CANDIDACY.
  7. 7. ENTRY LEVEL PRODUCTIONTECHNICIAN: PHASE II PLAN GOAL 1 Objective A; To acquire the skill sets consisting of drilling, tapping, cutting, grinding and attachment/fastening metal for machines and or components. Objective B; Student will learn the safe practices and operation of power tools and acquire behaviors considerate of co-wprlers and environment safety. GOAL 2 Objective A; Student will learn and be able to comprehend shop blueprints/drawings and different views and dimesions relating to tasks. Objective B; Student will become familiar with symbols on drawings which identify a particular part or component attending to detail or special features relating to tasks. GOAL 3 Objective A; Student will develop team skills and awareness enhancing collaborative behavior and realizing individual stremgths and weaknesses. Objective B; O Students will become familiar with industry specific terminology and references to which they can determine concise communications.
  8. 8. ENTRY LEVEL PRODUCTIONTECHNICIAN: Phase II Continued EXPLANATION OF PROJECT-BASED LFEARDING STUDENTS LEARN PRIMARILY BY HANDS-ON LEARNING INTASK PROJECTS AND ACTIVITIES. STUDENT RECEIVE INSTRUCTION FIRST EITHER BYTEXTUAL CONTENT OR FACILITATED STRATEGY BY INSTRUCTOR INWHICH STUDENTS LEARN APPROPIATE SKILLS AND PROCEDURES TO ACCOMPLISHINGTASKS. DESCRIPTION OF STRATEGIES AND ACTIVITIES WEB-BASED VIDEOS ANDVISUALS ARE USED AS INSTRUCTIONAL AIDSTHAT DEOMONSTRATE SKILLTECHNIQUES, PROPER AND SAFE USE OF HAND AND POWERTOOLS IN MODEL SITUATIONS. VARIOUS ACTIVITIES ARE BEST LEARNED BY USING A "SHOW-AND-TELL" MODEL OF INSTRUCTION IN ORDER FOR STUDENTSTO ATTAIN UPFRONTVIEW OF A PARTICULAR OPERATION.
  9. 9. ENTRY LEVEL PRDUCTIONTECHNICIAN:PHASE III PLAN DELIVERY OF PLAN COURSE SCHEDULE LENTH Course is design to extend over a period of 8 weeks as per determined by instructional development in cooperation with company partnership with Continuing Education Dept. TIME PERIODS Beginning August 29, 2016 to October 16, 2016 - Mon. /Weds. /Fri. - 12:30 pm - 3:30 pm FACULTY AND STUDENT INVOLVMENT Faculty Faculty includes; facilitator/ instructor/Technical Design-ML Harding, Cirriculum Designer andTechnical Course Director-Jay Bois, Student Counselor and Advisor Lauren Rice, design team members institutional-wide, and Denise, Campbell-Cirriculum Assistant.
  10. 10. RESOURCES Textbook 1; Reading Blueprints,TPCTraining Systems 10101 Textbook 2; Millwrights Mechanics Guide, Maintenance Troubleshooting Books Technology; web-based instructional videos -YouTube and Baltimore City Community College Library IMPLEMENTATION Communicating the Plan Sveral staff meetings will be arranged with participants listed above at a prearranged date which will be after the initial presentation has been made to partnership company involved. Company representative will then be invited to first development meetin with staff. Consistant communication will be expected through emails. Student Applicants a Student applicants will be selected and contacted through the cooperation of Academic Admissions by phone or email for appointed dates PROMOTIN PLAN Curriculum and course information presenting the avaiabiity of training that will lead to job opportunities with company currently enlisting help through the Continuing Education Department will be communicated to schools, state agencies and community centers in the area. Websites will be avaiable for detail
  11. 11. IV Plan EVALUATIONS Criteria Students will be required to maintain an acceptable grade of at least 70 grade points for each periodical written quiz exams. Material content shall be taken from resource textbook #1. Students are expected to cover material through assignments and discussions in classroom. Students will be expected to perform hands-on activities and task as directed by instructor according to industry safe practices. Proper handling of tools regarding their use and proper storage will constitute the necessary behavioral practice observed. Other behavioral practices that will be observe concerns the interpersonal relationships in team activities and task eluding to consideration of ideas, perspectives and opinions of others and respectful of culture. Observational evaluation of criteria will be a conceptual instrument created on a 1-5 score basis; 1 representing the highest score and 5 being representing
  12. 12. Formative Evaluation Model This model is selected to track progression and level of competency for the skills attain from the instructional materials and experiential learning task and activities students engage in. Complexity in accomplishing task is an informal measurement of time spent in solving problem task specifically facilitated by Instructor. Further development of task are considered by the results of the informal data. Summative Evaluation Model All data informal and formal is collected and reviewed to compare with previous curriculum course completed for improve effectiveness of strategies, criteria, goals and objectives development. Quality of resource materials such as textbooks for particular elements are reviewed and compared to newly discovered materials or editions. Industry innovated tool sources are persistently researched to keep students abreast for
  13. 13. STUDENTS WILL BECOME PROFICIENT AFTER LEARNING METHODS IN USING PRECISE MEASURING INSTRUMENTS SUCH AS MICROMETERS AND CALIPERS DETERMINING ATHOUSANDTH OF AN INCH
  14. 14. ONE OFTHE PRIMARY OBJECTIVES ISTO HAVE STUDENT LEARNTHE SAFE AND PRODUCTIVE OPERATION OF POWERTOOLS.
  15. 15. THE FIRST PRODUCTION TECHNICIAN COURSE RESULTED IN LITTLE MORE THAN NOMINAL SUCCESS COMPETENCY NEEDS IN CERTAIN SKILLAREAS. AFTER AN INFORMALANALYSIS DESIGN WAS CHANGE TO ADD A COMPONENT OF BLUEPRINTS AND DRAWING INTERPRETATION FOR UNDERSTANDING OF JOBTASK
  16. 16. CONSIDERABLE EMPHASIS IS PLACED ON STUDENTS LEARNING TOWARDS ADOPTING BEHAVIORS THAT WILL ENSURE APPROPIATE SELECTION, PROPER USE, AND CONSIDERATION FOR THE SAFETY 0F SELF AND OTHERS WHEN USING HAND TOOLS
  17. 17. LOCKHEED MARIN USES AN INNOVATIVE SYSTEM TO COMMUNICATEASSIGNED TASK TO THEIR EMPLOYEES FOR THE PRODUCTION ASSEMBLIES INVOLING TECHNOLOGY. STUDENT RECEIVE COACHING AND TUTORING TO ENHANCE THEIR COMPUTER SKILLS.

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