• Electro-Mechanical Technology (CIP Code 15.0403)Electromechanical
     

    Instructor's Page: Mr. Heberling

     
     
    An instructional program that prepares individuals to apply basic engineering principles and technical skills in both the mechanical and electrical fields. Instruction is planned to provide preparation in the design, development and testing of electromechanical devices and systems such as automatic control systems, servomechanisms, vending machines, elevator controls, missile controls, tape-control machines and auxiliary computer equipment. Instruction also includes feasibility testing of engineering concepts, systems analysis including designs, selection and testing and application of engineering data and the preparation of written reports and test results in support of mechanical and electrical engineers. 
  •  Programs of Study
    Level I
    Safety
    Tools
    Occupations
    Blue Prints
    Test Equipment
    Portfolio/Certifications 
    Electrical Wiring Circuits
    Hours
    100
    50
    30
    30
    50
    20
    80
    Level II
    Demonstrate Knowledge of Technical Report
    Demonstrate Safety in the Laboratory
    Interpret Electrical Symbols on Blueprints & Schematics
    Knowledge of Electrical Systems
    Testing Components of Electrical Systems
    Use of National Electric Code (NEC) 
    Knowledge of Resistive Systems
    Knowledge of Direct Current (DC) Motors
     Hours
    25
    60
    25
    60
    50
    30
    60
    50
    Level III
    Demonstration of Inductance & Capacitance
    Demonstrate Knowledge of Alternating Current (AC) Motors
    Demonstrate Knowledge of Series-Parallel Circuits
    Knowledge of Electric Motor Controls
    Knowledge of Transformers
    Knowledge of Alternative Energy
    Knowledge of Soldering Techniques 
    Troubleshoot & Repair Electrical Systems
     Hours
    30
    45
    60
    60
    30
    60
    30
    45
    Level IV
    Demonstrate Basic Electronics
    Demonstrate Knowledge of Basic Logic Functions
    Demonstrate Knowledge of Programmable Logic Controls  (PLC's) 
    Knowledge of Mechanical Power Transmission 
    Knowledge of Fluid Power Systems
    Troubleshoot/Repair Mechanical & Fluid Power Systems  
    Knowledge of Robotics
    Knowledge of Work Cells in a Manufacturing      
     
    Hours 
    60
    30
    60
    30
    80
    40
    30
    30
     
     
  • STC has Articulation Agreements with the following post-secondary schools:
    Lehigh Carbon Community College, Lincoln Educational Institute—East Windsor Campus, McCann’s School & Business Technology/Hazleton, Pittsburg Technical Institute, Triangle Tech

    Program Requirements/Costs (approximate)
     
    One 3 Ring Binder...................................$10.00
    Work Boots............................................$35.00+
    Work Pants (uniform)..............................$16.00
    Work Shirt (uniform)...............................$16.00
     
    Program Entrance Recommendations

    Ability to work independently and as a team
    Algebra
    Hand & eye coordination
    Physics 
    Problem solving/troubleshooting skills