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ELT 932 - Internship

Credits: 3
Lecture Hours: 0
Lab Hours: 0
Practicum Hours: 0
Work Experience: 12
Course Type: Voc/Tech
A semi-structured experience in the student’s chosen field working as an intern with a sponsoring organization. Students have the opportunity to network with professionals and employees in their field. Students will write a resume suitable for employment applications.
(This course is Pass/Fail.)
Prerequisite: Instructor Approval
Competencies
  1. Describe duties completed through internship
    1. Utilize knowledge, skills, and attitudes required for service technicians
    2. Recognize the importance of retraining and learning new skills
  2. Perform limited entry-level duties of an Electronics Technician
    1. Perform preventative maintenance on selected equipment
    2. Complete proper paperwork related to job
    3. Accomplish assigned servicing tasks
  3. Observe state of the art equipment not available in school labs
    1. See the types of electro-mechanical equipment
    2. Observe the function of the electro-mechanical equipment
    3. View the repair work necessary on electro-mechanical equipment
  4. Develop objectives that measure directed activities and performance standards
    1. List goals related to internship activities
    2. Select six of the most appropriate listed goals
    3. Develop performance standards to determine when goals are achieved
  5. Display knowledge of the role of contract organizations in the maintenance of electro-mechanical equipment
    1. List manufacturers offering contract services
    2. List third party service organizations offering contract services
    3. State the pros and cons of utilizing contract organizations
  6. Apply techniques and skills learned in the course work
    1. List the required skills involved in the internship
    2. Learn to work under pressure
  7. Display knowledge of basic inventory control concepts
    1. List paper records of inventory
    2. Enumerate computer-based systems of inventory
    3. State the pros and cons of both paper and computer based systems
  8. Exhibit knowledge of basic maintenance scheduling concepts
    1. Describe the importance of paper records
    2. List computer based systems of maintenance files
    3. State the advantages of a computer based file system
  9. Complete college and employer reports
    1. List required reports
    2. Identify recipients of reports
    3. Complete reports
    4. Submit reports
  10. Observe policies, procedures, and regulations
    1. Identify employer expectations for an intern
    2. List employer policies and procedures to be complied with
  11. Develop a knowledge of “people skills” required by an Electronics Technician
    1. Follow a specified dress code
    2. Display a positive attitude
    3. Display good performance
  12. Attend the required hours
  13. Project professional appearance
    1. Avoid tardiness
    2. Develop ability to show initiative
    3. Develop pride in doing a job well
  14. Develop a resume suitable for an employment search



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