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Assessment Name: Engineering: Engineering Technician 90 Working knowledge of workholding, safety, materials, GD&T, quality, machining, stamping, electrical systems, automation, welding, fluid systems and design, and management. 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
Classes 1 to 10 of 36
Basics of G Code Programming 231

“Basics of G Code Programming” provides a comprehensive introduction to G code programming. Programmers use G codes to create part programs, which direct CNC machines to create a part. Part programs consist of blocks, which contain words that are a ...

Machining Online Intermediate 2.0
Series Circuit Calculations 301

“Series Circuit Calculations” provides a comprehensive overview of the rules and formulas used to calculate and predict electrical quantities and capacity. Using a direct current (DC) series circuit as an example, it explains basic rules of electricity and how different ...

Parallel Circuit Calculations 311

“Parallel Circuit Calculations” provides a comprehensive overview of the rules and formulas used to calculate electrical quantities and capacity. Using a direct current parallel circuit as an example, it explains the basic rules for electrical variables and how they relate. ...

The Forces of Fluid Power 201

“The Forces of Fluid Power” presents a comprehensive overview of fluid power transmission systems. It offers a broad scope of information, from fluid characteristics and basic energy forms to force multiplication and the effect of fluid flow rate in a ...

Maintenance Online Intermediate 2.0
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
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
Introduction to GD&T 301

“Introduction to GD&T” provides a basic introduction to the symbols and terminology of geometric dimensioning and tolerancing, or GD&T. GD&T is an international design standard that uses 14 standard geometric tolerances to control the shape of features. GD&T emphasizes the ...

Troubleshooting 181

“Troubleshooting” provides a comprehensive overview of various methods and tools used to troubleshoot problems. Troubleshooting often involves finding the root cause of a problem and being able to distinguish deviations from problems and early warning signs from warning signs. Many ...

Foundational Online Beginner 2.0
SPC Overview 211

"SPC Overview" offers a thorough introduction to the purpose and main concepts of statistical process control (SPC). This class describes different types of control charts, such as X bar, R, and P charts, and how these tools are used to ...

Foundational Online Intermediate 2.0
Thermoplastics 251

"Thermoplastics” discusses the properties and applications of thermoplastics, including an overview of the amorphous and semicrystalline molecular regions found in thermoplastics. This course also describes common processing methods for thermoplastics, such as injection molding and extruding.

Thermoplastics are the most prevalent ...

Foundational Online Intermediate 2.0