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Plan: CTE Instrumentation Technology

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Mission Statement: Mission
To provide a training program in Industrial Instrumentation and Automation Technology that is recognized by industry and professional organizations as comprehensive and state-of-the-art. The result of this being a sought after career for students and also those in need of a new career. Instrumentation offers variety, job security, stable employment and excellent salaries.
GOALS
1.  Goal: Have Great Basin College recognized as a leader in training for Instrumentation Technology.
Advisory board participation to critique the success of the program and make recommendations.
Develop public awareness as to what it means to work in the industrial process control field.
Pursue donations and equipment purchases from all concerned parties. (Theme 2)

Last changed on 12/14/2012 by Cathy Fulkerson

  OBJECTIVES
  1.1  Objective: Obtain professional accreditation with the Instrument Society of America (ISA) to promote interest from outside our immediate area. [Could attract students from companies in outlying areas.]

Last changed on 03/28/2013 by James Stugelmayer

Status: Due 03 of 2014

    ACTION PLAN  
    1.1.1  Task: Research requirements online

Status: Due 12 of 2010

    1.1.2  Task: Register GBC classes with ISA

Last changed on 11/22/2010 by Scott Hennefer

Status: Completed

    1.1.3  Task: Modify classes as needed

Last changed on 11/24/2010 by Scott Hennefer

Status: Due 06 of 2011

    1.1.4  Task: Visit other accredited institutions

Last changed on 04/19/2011 by Scott Hennefer

Status: Completed

    1.1.5  Task: Obtain and submit applications

Last changed on 01/20/2011 by Scott Hennefer

Status: Completed

  1.2  Objective: Develop an instrumentation program that focuses on the technology being used across the instrumentation industry world wide.

Last changed on 03/28/2013 by James Stugelmayer

Status: Ongoing

    ACTION PLAN  
    1.2.1  Task: Survey similar technology degrees at other institutions of higher learning we can document and compare success.

Last changed on 04/19/2011 by Scott Hennefer

Status: Completed

    1.2.2  Task: Solicit feedback from municipal representatives.

Status: Due 01 of 2011

    1.2.3  Task: Attend advisory board meetings with schools in similar markets related to Instrumentation Technology.

Status: Due 05 of 2011

    1.2.4  Task: Conduct student field trips for power, chemical, refinery, food processing, and water treatment facilities.

Status: Due 05 of 2011

    1.2.5  Task: Eliminated

Last changed on 01/28/2011 by Scott Hennefer

    1.2.6  Task: Eliminated

Last changed on 01/28/2011 by Scott Hennefer

    1.2.7  Task: Obtain equipment to acheive objective 1.2
475 Field communicator with Hart and Fieldbus Proto-call $ 7,790.84
Dry Block calibrator 150 *C to 1200 *C $ 6,586.00
Semi-Standard Type R Thermocouple $ 589.00
Fisher 2" V 300 valve with Digital Hart Positioner $ 2,900.00
W 107 tool set for class use of up to 16 students $ 7,875.89
54" 9 drawer tool chest $ 1,177.15
54" 14 drawer tool cabinet $ 1,692.14
AutoCad Design Suite Ultimate 2013 Educational edition Permanent site lic for 16 work stations $ 12,800.00
For a total of $ 41,411.02

Added on 03/28/2013 by James Stugelmayer

Status: Due 03 of 2014

  1.3  Objective: Create a training platform that is adaptable for technicians at local mines via IAV and/or internet.

Last changed on 03/28/2013 by James Stugelmayer

Status: Due 05 of 2014

    ACTION PLAN  
    1.3.1  Task: Eliminated

Last changed on 01/28/2011 by Scott Hennefer

    1.3.2  Task: Secure an EIT Building classroom with IAV

Last changed on 11/20/2009 by Scott Hennefer

Status: Due 08 of 2012

    1.3.3  Task: Coordinate/plan with industry their capability to network with GBC IAV

Status: Due 08 of 2012

    1.3.4  Task: Curriculum development

Status: Due 01 of 2013

    1.3.5  Task: Logistics planning

Last changed on 01/20/2011 by Scott Hennefer

Status: Due 01 of 2013

  1.4  Objective: Create new classes in AutoCad technology.

Last changed on 03/28/2013 by James Stugelmayer

Status: Due 03 of 2014

    ACTION PLAN  
    1.4.1  Task: Survey existing work practices in our area.

Last changed on 03/28/2013 by James Stugelmayer

Status: Due 03 of 2014

    1.4.2  Task: Attend conferences on accepted industry practices.

Status: Due 05 of 2014

    1.4.3  Task: eliminated

Last changed on 03/28/2013 by James Stugelmayer

Status: Due 00 of 2000

    1.4.4  Task: Eliminated

Last changed on 03/28/2013 by James Stugelmayer

    1.4.5  Task: Eliminated

Last changed on 03/28/2013 by James Stugelmayer

  1.5  Objective: Hire adjunct faculty members to provide necessary classes for remote site-specific training as well as teach standard curriculum requirements

Last changed on 03/28/2013 by James Stugelmayer

Status: Due 06 of 2014

    ACTION PLAN  
    1.5.1  Task: Conduct 3 to 5 day training classes for new adjunct faculty covering objectives, testing, evaluations, and coordination of subjects.

Last changed on 02/04/2011 by Scott Hennefer

Status: Completed

    1.5.2  Task: Create IAV or internet training relevant to common industrial plant interests.

Status: Due 08 of 2012

  1.6  Objective: Track success of graduates.

Last changed on 03/28/2013 by James Stugelmayer

Status: Due 06 of 2014

    ACTION PLAN  
    1.6.1  Task: Plot statistics of success, i.e., number of Certificates of Achievement, number of B.A.S. degrees, and evaluation feedback from companies, promotional development, and personal fulfillment

Status: Due 05 of 2011

2.  Goal: Maintain a teaching curriculum that keeps pace with the rapidly evolving field in instrumentation.
Commitment to state-of-the-art training.
Attend professional conferences.
Annual inventory evaluation of textbooks, lab equipment, and tools in order to provide a real-world training atmosphere. (Theme 1)

Last changed on 12/14/2012 by Cathy Fulkerson

  OBJECTIVES
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