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Supply Chain Automation Course Outlines

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This collection, provided the National Center for Supply Chain Automation, includes 12 course outlines for instructors. Outlines include a course syllabus complete with course description, learning outcomes, course content, methods of instruction, methods of evaluation, sample assignments, and materials required for the course. Course outlines include DC Electronics, AC Electronics, Microcontrollers, Technical Communications, Programmable Logic Controllers, Blueprint Reading, OSHA Standards for General Industry, Hydraulic and Pneumatic Systems, Mathematics for Supply Chain Automation, Introduction to Mechanics and Mechanical Applications, Introduction to Automated Warehousing, and Introduction to Welding and Cutting Processes.

For orientation purposes the 'Electronics 11' PDF is included as a separate attachment and offers a sample of the type of material included in this collection.

Below is a list of the files contained within the .zip attachment. The size of each file is included in parenthesis. 

Course Outlines (13 files, 1 MB)

  • DC Electronics (Electronics 11.pdf 20 KB)
  • AC Electronics (Electronics 13.pdf 75 KB)
  • Microcontrollers (Electronics 26.pdf 71 KB)
  • Technical Communications (Electronics 27.pdf 17 KB)
  • Programmable Logic Controllers (Electronics 64.pdf 74 KB)
  • Blueprint Reading (Engineering 51.pdf 15 KB)
  • OSHA Standards for General Industry (Manufacturing Technology 55.pdf 74 KB)
  • Hydraulic and Pneumatic Systems (Manufacturing Technology 60.pdf 83 KB)
  • Mathematics for Supply Chain Automation (Math.pdf 68 KB)
  • Introduction to Mechanics and Mechanical Applications (Mechanics.pdf 90 KB)
  • Introduction to Automated Warehousing (Supply Chain Automation 1.pdf 240 KB)
  • Introduction to Welding and Cutting Processes (Welding.pdf 173 KB)
     
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