Tuesday, March 28, 2017
MVCTC Diesel Power Technology Students Compete in District FFA Contest
The Ag Mechanics CDE requires team members to demonstrate 10-15 skills from a master list of skills, including: acetylene cutting, acetylene welding, arc/wire welding, bench grinder use, caliper measuring, computer parts search, dial indicator reading, drill use, feeler gauge measuring, flaring tool use, hand tachometer reading, hand tool identification, hydrometer reading, identify bolts and nuts, injector-tester use, micrometer reading, plasma cutting, plastic gauge use, soldering-electrical, timing light use on a small engine, valve grinding, valve seat grinding, and volt ohm amp tester use.
According to the Ohio FFA website, “Agricultural Education CDE’s are educational activities that are organized and conducted by the Ohio Department of Education, Office of Career-Technical Education, Agricultural Education. They are designed to assess student competence in business and industry verified occupational skills, as detailed in the Agricultural and Environmental Content Standards. CDEs are a motivating force that stimulates occupational interests in and personal development of high school students enrolled in school-based agricultural education programs.”
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