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Strategic Plan Outline
Plan: CTE Diesel Technology

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Mission Statement: Providing industry of the future with an outstanding diesel technologies program, endorsed by industry and professional organizations alike. Teaching quality skills and knowledge to the entry level job seeker, along with journeyman level technicians.
GOALS
1.  Goal: To have Great Basin College recognized as a leader in training for heavy equipment technology. (Theme 2)

Last changed on 12/06/2010 by Rich Southard

  OBJECTIVES
  1.1  Objective: Develop a professional relationship with industry to promote interest from within and outside our immediate area.

Last changed on 05/03/2010 by Cliff Ferry

Status: Ongoing

    ACTION PLAN  
    1.1.1  Task: Enlist advisory board participation to promote interest the Diesel Technologies program through MTC scholarships program.

Last changed on 02/03/2011 by Rich Southard

Status: Completed

    1.1.2  Task: Enlist the help of the tech prep coordinator to work with local high schools

Last changed on 12/06/2010 by Rich Southard

Status: Completed

    1.1.3  Task: Eliminated

Last changed on 09/30/2013 by Earl Owen

    1.1.4  Task: Purchase a skid steer as a training aid for hydraulics that would aid in the instruction of closed loop as well as simple hydraulic circuits for hydraulics. It could also be utilized in power terrains class with its type of drive system.

Added on 09/30/2013 by Earl Owen

Status: Due 12 of 2013

    1.1.5  Task: Purchase a 2008 or newer diesel truck for training on the after treatment exhaust systems. Currently the newest engine we have is 2006 that does not have any of the new emissions that has been required since 2008. It could also be used to teach electronic engines control systems and operations. The new emissions components can not be bought through salvage due to federal regulations. The cost of just the exhaust parts is approx. 20k.

Added on 09/30/2013 by Earl Owen

Status: Due 12 of 2013

2.  Goal: Maintain a curriculum that is aligned with a rapidly changing industry. (Theme 2)

Last changed on 12/06/2010 by Rich Southard

  OBJECTIVES
  2.1  Objective: Maintain commitment to state-of-the art training.

Last changed on 12/07/2010 by John Cashell

Status: Ongoing

    ACTION PLAN  
    2.1.1  Task: Implemented six mobile/wireless computer platforms so that students may access online service manuals, access electronic control systems on electronic engines and transmissions and access proprietary websites for parts ordering and troubleshooting just as the student will be required to do in their jobs upon employment.

Last changed on 06/07/2010 by Rich Southard

Status: Completed

    2.1.2  Task: Purchase new Electrical trainers/courseware compatible with modern electrical/electronic systems on todays vehicles.
purchaqse eletrical test equipment to read Engine computer systems on ford and international 7.3 6.0 6.4 6.7

Last changed on 10/31/2012 by Earl Owen

Status: Due 02 of 2013

    2.1.3  Task: Purchase a Dynomometer and emissions related test equipment

Last changed on 12/08/2010 by John Cashell

Status: Due 05 of 2011

    2.1.4  Task: Expand carport covering on south diesel compound wall to the east corner of the compound.

Last changed on 10/31/2012 by Earl Owen

Status: Due 02 of 2013

    2.1.5  Task: Secure wireless vehicle adapter links (6 each) to promote goal #2

Last changed on 12/07/2010 by Rich Southard

Status: Due 02 of 2010

    2.1.6  Task: Aquire transmissions for power terrain class that resembles industry

Last changed on 04/16/2014 by Earl Owen

Status: Completed

    2.1.7  Task: Secure a Nexique IQ datalink provider.

Last changed on 04/16/2014 by Earl Owen

Status: Due 02 of 2010

    2.1.8  Task: Build hydraulics pump testing station using Mitsubishi 4 cylinder diesel engine to turn various hydraulics pumps for testing

Last changed on 12/07/2010 by John Cashell

Status: Due 02 of 2010

  2.2  Objective: Eliminated

Last changed on 12/06/2010 by Rich Southard

3.  Goal: Maximize hands on training for students (Theme 1)

Last changed on 12/07/2010 by John Cashell

  OBJECTIVES
  3.1  Objective: Standardize training aids to streamline workstations

Last changed on 12/07/2010 by John Cashell

Status: Ongoing

    ACTION PLAN  
    3.1.1  Task: Secure 6 each 350 CI engine trainers ($2,499 ea) 2 each run stations ($2,213 ea.)

Last changed on 12/08/2010 by John Cashell

Status: Due 02 of 2010

    3.1.2  Task: Upgrade additional hydraulic trainer pumps to load sensing and add suitable valving to support system

Last changed on 12/13/2010 by John Cashell

Status: Due 05 of 2011





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