The engineering pathway at Choffin Career and Technical Center is a two year introductory engineering program. Students are encouraged to explore various engineering specialties and learn to apply math and science to solve problems.
Engineering teaches Project Lead the Way (PLTW) curriculum which is nationally recognized and uses hands-on projects.
Students in the program will learn the design development process of brainstorming, sketching, computer modeling, prototyping, and testing. Students will also apply principles of robotics, manufacturing operation, mechanics, statics, and electronics through programming and simulation projects. During their senior year, students complete a capstone project as a group with guidance from a mentor to research, design, and test solutions to an open-ended and relevant problem.
Students in this program will learn:
- Different Types of Engineering
- Design and Development Process
- Computer Aided Drawing (CAD)
- Computer Numerical Control (CNC)
- Manufacturing Systems
- Prototyping for Manufacturing
- Robotics Building and Competitions
- Electronics: Software and Equipment
- CAD Designer
- Product Designer
- Electronics Technician
- Robotics Technician
- Engineering Technician
NCCER Core (6)
Autodesk Inventor User (4)
OSHA 10 Hour (1)
First Aid/CPR (1)
- Most Ohio Universities
- PLTW National Affiliates
College credit in Electronics and Computer Aided Design (CAD) at many Ohio Universities (CTAG).
College credit in Electronics and Computer Aided Design at PLTW Nationally affiliated Universities.