Presentation on theme: " Why are you taking this class? Measurements and calculations How to operate/ set up different machines Different types of lumber Maintenance."— Presentation transcript:
Measurements and calculations How to operate/ set up different machines Different types of lumber Maintenance on machines Drafting Reading blueprints Identifying materials Identifying types of lumber How to be precise Patience What skills has it taught you?
Job opportunities Hands on skills Head start on college classes May help you work towards something different Part time job opportunities Why does this wood working class matter and how can it be useful to you later?
To give you more meaning to the class and to explain the opportunities that you may have in this class from what Mr. Weber has taught you. Purpose for this Lesson
We’re only going to cover five for now 1.Cabinet Maker 2.Carpenter 3.Wood Shop Educator 4.CNC Operator 5.Construction Manager Examples of Jobs
Woodworkers manufacture a variety of products such as cabinets and furniture, using wood, veneers, and laminates. They often combine and incorporate different materials into wood. Working conditions vary-some woodworkers may encounter machinery noise and wood dust and others in modern plants with good lighting, active dust control, and sound deadening enclosures. Some entry-level jobs can be learned in less than 1 year, becoming fully proficient generally takes at least 3 years of on-the-job training. The ability to use computer-controlled machinery is becoming increasingly important. High School diploma In 2012 the median annual pay for woodworkers was $28,440 per year, $13.67/hour Cabinet Maker
Construct and repair building frameworks and structures such as stairways, doorframes, partitions, and rafters—made from wood and other materials. Also install kitchen cabinets, siding, and drywall. Work indoors and outdoors. Have a higher rate of injuries and illnesses than the national average. Although most carpenters learn their trade through an apprenticeship, some learn on the job, starting as a helper. High School diploma or equivalent- No work experience needed In 2012, median annual wage for carpenters was $39,940, $19.20/hour Carpenter
Industrial arts teachers need to complete a degree program in the field. Courses required include subjects like manufacturing principles, communications, manufacturing design, technical drawing and materials processing and education classes. can teach industrial arts and technology. However, industrial arts teachers who want to work in public schools will need to have a teaching certificate $50,000-$70,000/year (varies from school to school) The agency predicted that jobs for high school industrial arts teachers will grow about one percent by 2020 More jobs for industrial arts teachers will likely be available in the Southwest than in any other part of the country. In addition, industrial arts teachers who have graduate degrees generally have an easier time finding employment. Woodshop Educator
Computer numerically controlled (CNC) machinery is used by CNC operators to cut and shape metal and plastic for various types of manufacturing. Must have mechanical skills and be able to read blueprints. Require operators to have basic computer programming skills and experience with computer-aided design and manufacturing programs. Complete associate degree programs in manufacturing technology or certificate programs Certificate and degree programs include coursework in basic math, CNC machine operation and setup, blueprint reading and CNC tooling. Must have excellent mechanical aptitude and experience with equipment, such as precision grinders, machine tools, lathes and lasers, used for cutting, grinding and milling. Have strong troubleshooting and problem-solving skills and analytical skills As of September 2014, annual pay is $29,798 - $63,630, $13.02 - $25.15/hour CNC Operator
Plan, coordinate, budget, and supervise construction projects from development to completion Many work from a main office, but most work at the construction site Monitor the project and make daily decisions about construction activities. The need to meet deadlines and respond to emergencies often requires long hours Large firms prefer candidates with both construction experience and a bachelor’s degree in a construction-related field and some managers may qualify with a high school diploma and by working many years in a construction In 20112, median annual wage for construction managers was $82,790 and $39.80/hour Construction Manager