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Assessment Name: Assembly: Mechanic
Number of Questions: 78
Description: Working knowledge necessary for detecting defects and repairing assemblies, including math, GD&T, troubleshooting, rigging, soldering, adhesives, fasteners, and introductory electrical, mechanical, and fluid systems.
Instructions: This online test requires uninterrupted access to a computer with an Internet connection. For math-related questions, please have paper and pencils on hand for your calculations. Textbooks, calculators, and other electronic devices are NOT allowed.

The assessment covers the following classes:

Class Functional Area Format Difficulty Version Department
123
Classes 1 to 10 of 25
Basics of the Bonding Process 120

This class describes the basics of the adhesive bonding process, as well as the various solidification methods of adhesives.

Assembly / Final Stage Processes Online Beginner 1.0 Adhesives
Steps for Adhesive Application 220

This class discusses each step involved in the adhesive application process, as well as basic dispensing methods and methods of testing the effectiveness of the application process on the assembly line.

Assembly / Final Stage Processes Online Intermediate 1.0 Adhesives
Electrical Units 101

“Electrical Units” provides a foundational overview of electricity, including fundamental measures and terminology used to discuss electricity. Electricity is the flow of electrons, which are negatively charged particles. The amount of valence electrons in an atom determines how well it ...

Maintenance Online Beginner 2.0 Electrical Systems
Safety for Electrical Work 111

"Safety for Electrical Work” provides an overview of the risks of working with electricity, as well as safety precautions Electricity can cause shock, burns, and fires. Electric shock occurs when current passes through a person's body. Overheating electrical components can ...

Maintenance Online Beginner 2.0 Electrical Systems
Introduction to Circuits 201

“Introduction to Circuits” provides a foundational overview of electrical circuitry. Whether wired in series, parallel, or a combination of the two, all circuits consist of a source, path, control, and load. Each of these components serves a purpose, and many ...

Maintenance Online Intermediate 2.0 Electrical Systems
DC Circuit Components 221

“DC Circuit Components” provides a comprehensive overview of the different parts that appear in DC circuits, including source, path, control, and load. DC power sources include batteries, generators, and piezoelectricity. The path of a circuit is made of a conductor, ...

Maintenance Online Intermediate 2.0 Electrical Systems
Properties for Fasteners 200

This class describes the key properties of steel fasteners as well as common fastener failures that may occur.

Assembly / Final Stage Processes Online Intermediate 1.0 Fasteners
Safety for Hydraulics and Pneumatics 211

"Safety for Hydraulics and Pneumatics" provides a complete overview of the best safety and injury prevention practices for fluid power systems. Fluid power systems rely on the use of highly pressurized liquids and gases. As a result, working with fluid ...

Maintenance Online Intermediate 2.0 Hydraulics and Pneumatics
Introduction to Hydraulic Components 221

"Introduction to Hydraulic Components" provides users with an overview of how the active and passive components of a hydraulic system work together to transmit power. The active components of a hydraulic system are the hydraulic pump, control valves, and the ...

Maintenance Online Intermediate 2.0 Hydraulics and Pneumatics
Introduction to Pneumatic Components 231

“Introduction to Pneumatic Components” provides a comprehensive overview of pneumatic power and the elements that allow a pneumatic system to perform work. Users will become familiar with the physical laws behind the compression of the pneumatic fluids that power a ...

Maintenance Online Intermediate 2.0 Hydraulics and Pneumatics