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Danville Community College Danville, VA. Work Force Development Initiative To Increase The Pipeline Of Skilled Workers Machinist – Welders – Industrial Maintenance Technicians
* Double the size of the present Precision Machining Technology program. * Increase the pipeline of students starting at K-12 * Capacity to enroll 100 full-time students. * Provide state-of-the-art lab space and equipment for Precision Machining students and Work Force Services. * Create an Economic Development showcase for DCC’s programs and services.
* Babcock and Wilcox * C & L Machine and Welding * Commonwealth Machine Company * Piedmont Precision * Jarrett Welding * MSI * Master Gage and Tool * Oval Engineering * Rolls-Royce
* Danville City Council * Danville City School Board * Halifax Board of Supervisors * Halifax County School Board * Pittsylvania County Board of Supervisors * Pittsylvania County School Board * State and Local Legislators
Halifax: * ABB * Bo’s Hydraulics * Bohler-Uddeholm * Comfort Systems America (formerly Climate Control) * Halifax Machining & Welding * Lewis Metalwork's * Oval Engineering Danville/Pittsylvania: * Combustion Technologies * EIT * Jarrett Welding * Master Gage & Tool * Piedmont Precision Machine Company Other: * Babcock & Wilcox * C & L Machine & Welding * Machine Specialties, Inc. * Rolls - Royce
* Danville City Schools * Halifax County School System * Pittsylvania County School System * Pittsylvania Career And Technical Center
Pittsylvania Career & Technical Center Precision Machining Program of Studies 9th Grade10th Grade11th Grade12th Grade English 9English 10English 11English 12 World History I or IIBiologyUS HistoryUS Government Earth Science Geometry, Algebra II, or Algebra Economics and Personal FinanceComputer Information Systems (4) Functions & Data Analysis Algebra I or GeometryPE 10 Algebra Functions & Data Analysis, Adv. Environmental Science, Astronomy, Algebra /Trigonometry, or Pre-Calculus or Chemistry PE 9ElectiveMAC101 Machine Shop I (8) MAC221 Advanced Machine Tool Operations (7) Materials & Processes ElectiveSAF130 Industrial Safety (1)MAC121 (2) & MAC128 (2) Technology ElectiveTechnical Drawing & Design (3)MAC102 Machine Shop II (7)MTH104 (3) & SDV101 (1) ElectiveEngineering, Drawing, & Design (4)MTH103 Basic Technical Math I (3) MAC127 Advanced CNC Programming (3) Precision Machining I - PCTCPrecision Machining II - PCTC MAC101 Machine Shop I (8)MAC221 Advanced Machine Tool Operations (7) SAF130 Industrial Safety (1)MAC121 Numerical Control (2) MAC102 Machine Shop II (7)MTH104 Basic Technical Math II (3) MTH103 Basic Technical Math I (3)MAC127 Advanced CNC Programming (3) MAC128 CNC Programming (2) SDV101 Orientation to College (1) * Prerequisite Courses for Precision Machining Program. * A student who enrolls in Precision Machining I and Precision Machining II will be given a rigorous course syllabus that will include the requirements necessary to meet state CTE competencies as well as DCC course requirements. * If a student completes and passes all of the program requirements, he/she would graduate high school with the following: - Standard Diploma - 30 High School Credits - DCC Advanced Manufacturing Career Studies Certificate - 48 Dual Enrollment Credits * Students/Parents would save an estimated $6,000.00 by completing this Program of Studies while in high school. * Students could enroll in the Precision Machining Technology Program at DCC in June and graduate in May ready for industry, just one year after graduation.
* CAD 120 Introduction to Graphic Representation3 * DRF 160 Machine Blueprint Reading3 * ENG 131 Technical Report Writing 3 * ETR 141 Electronics I3 * MAC 101 Machine Shop I8 * MAC 121 Numerical Control I3 * MAC 150 Introduction to Computer-Aided Manufacturing3 * MTH 103 Applied Technical Mathematics or MTH 115 Technical Mathematics3 * SAF 195 Shop Safety1 * SDV 100 College Success Skills1 * WEL 120 Fundamentals of Welding2 Total 33
* High School Diploma * Advanced Manufacturing Certificate * NIMS Skills Level I Certificate * Danville Community College Diploma * NIMS Skills Level II Certificate * Career Readiness Certificate NIMS - National Institute for Metalworking Skill
* Haas Automation * Mitsubishi * Mitutoyo * Sandvik Coromant * Zoller * Local Foundation * Danville Community College President * Governor’s Budget Total $7,077,632
* In 2011 There Was Approximately 60 Students In The Pipeline * Currently There Are Over 120 Students In The Pipeline With Additional Students On The Waiting List. * Two Additional Instructors Have Been Hired And One Additional Lab Technician.
* Workforce Development Requires More Than An Annual Trip To Your Local College * Partnerships Are Critical To Educational And Economic Transformation Academic Institutions – Industry Leaders – Technology Companies – Economic Development – State And Local Government * Curriculum Development Must Be Industry Driven * College and High School Dual Enrollment Programs Must Have The Tools Necessary To Deliver Relevant Instruction