Applied Technology


Engineering CAD:

This one semester course is designed for students interested in pursuing a career in engineering, architecture, design, manufacturing and construction trades. As a beginning level course, students are taught to visualize in two and three dimensions and to produce drawings to communicate their ideas. Drawings produced in this class are developed on the computer using CAD software. Students learn to draw to industry standards by producing drawings of mechanical parts.

Stage Craft:

This course will acquaint the students with the skills required to present a major production. Students who have an active interest in theater design will experience a variety of design construction techniques. They will stage musicals, format variety shows, and set up for concerts and social events that occur in the building.


Woods:

Woods Technology 1 provides an exploratory experience utilizing project planning, design development, construction and finishing of individual wood projects. Practical solutions in the form of woodworking projects will also be developed by the students in response to problems given in class relevant to fine woodworking skills. Students will also complete an activity exploring woodworking careers, as well as learn about mass- production. 

 

Intro to Design and Tech:

This one semester course students will actively participate in this lab-based course to solve problems in Civil, Mechanical, and Aeronautical Engineering while using the design loop. Students will be involved in both the designing and the hands-on building of solutions.


How to Fix Just About Anything:

This introductory course is designed for students interested in the operation, repair and maintenance of home systems. Basic electrical wiring, plumbing, carpentry, masonry and construction techniques are explored through hands on experiences and projects.


Auto Fundamentals

This is a great place to learn a skill that will be with you for the rest of your life. Most of the work that we do will be on real cars. This course meets the requirements for practical arts. If you decide that you love cars and are considering a lucrative career in this field, sign up for this class. You may continue into a three period vocational auto shop class. Did you ever notice the great cars that your parent's mechanic drives? Join us to "learn a living" in any phase of automotive work.

WHAT WILL YOU LEARN?
1. TUNE-UP
2. BRAKES
3. SHOCKS
4. EXHAUST
5. ELECTRICAL
6. TIRE SERVICE
7. MAINTENANCE
8. BUYING AND SELLING
9. SHOCKS AND STRUTS
10. STEERING AND SUSPENSION
11. BASIC CAR CARE
12. EMERGENCY REPAIRS
13. MUCH, MUCH MORE

 

  • In our auto shop,  we invite you to call for an appointment to have your car repaired by our students.
  • You pay only for parts!
  • Tune-up,  brake service,  shocks and struts,  oil and general maintenance,  tire service,  and other areas which we will study
  • (973) 263-7001  Extension 3039

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