results of the entire design process, using verbal, graphic, quantitative, virtual, and written means, in addition to three-dimensional models.
Discover how things work.
Use hand tools correctly and safely and be able to name them correctly.
Recognize and use everyday symbols.
Follow step-by-step directions to assemble a product.
Select and safely use tools, products, and systems for specific tasks.
Use computers to access and organize information.
Use common symbols, such as numbers and words, to communicate key ideas.
Use information provided in manuals, protocols, or by experienced people to see and understand how things work.
Use tools, materials, and machines safely to diagnose, adjust, and repair systems.
Use computers and calculators in various applications.
Operate and maintain systems in order to achieve a given purpose.
Document processes and procedures and communicate them to different audiences using appropriate oral and written techniques.
Diagnose a system that is malfunctioning and use tools, materials, machines, and knowledge to repair it.
Troubleshoot, analyze, and maintain systems to ensure safe and proper function and precision.
Operate systems so that they function in the way they were designed.