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					CLUSTER                                      Engineering and Technical

CONCENTRATION                                Drafting

WVEIS CODE                                   ET1720

NATIONAL STANDARDS
American Design Drafting Association (ADDA)
http://www.adda.org/images/stories/professional_certification/examination_competencies_12feb2011.pdf

ONET Codes & Occupations                     ONET: 17-3011.01 - Architectural Drafters
                                             ONET: 17-3013.00 - Mechanical Drafters
                                             ONET: 17-3011.02 - Civil Drafters
                                             ONET: 17-3031.01 - Surveying Technicians
                                             ONET: 17-3012.01 - Electronic Drafters
                                             ONET: 17-3012.02 - Electrical Drafters

Sample of job titles upon completion of the concentration: Architectural Apprentice Drafter, Mechanical
Apprentice Drafter and Surveying Technician

Sample of job titles upon completion of additional education (if applicable): Architectural Drafter,
Mechanical Drafter, Civil Drafter, Surveying Technician, Electronic Drafter, Electrical Drafter, Electronics
Engineering Technician, Civil Engineering Technician and Civil Engineer.


INDUSTRY CREDENTIALS
ADDA: Architectural Apprentice Drafter-
http://www.adda.org/images/stories/professional_certification/examination_competencies_12feb2011.pdf
ADDA: Mechanical Apprentice Drafter-
http://www.adda.org/images/stories/professional_certification/examination_competencies_12feb2011.pdf

REQUIRED COURSES (Sequence Preferred)
WVEIS Code                       Course
1729                             Fundamentals of Drafting
1727                             Drafting Techniques
1721                             Architectural Drafting
1725                             Mechanical Drafting

ELECTIVE COURSES
1661                                         Blueprint Reading
1718                                         Introduction to CAD
1722                                         Piping Systems
1723                                         Civil Drafting
1724                                         Electrical/Electronics Drafting
1726                                         Structural Steel Drafting
1728                                         Computer Aided Drafting



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SKILL SETS
Career Preparation Skills
Safety
Leadership Development
Customer Service
Drafting Tools and Equipment
Sketching
Drafting Techniques
Basic Geometric Construction
Computer Aided Drafting and Design
Orthographic Projection
Dimensioning Skills
Sectional Views
Auxiliary Views
Pictorial Drawings
Pattern Development
Working Drawings
Professional Drafting Practices in the Workplace – Communications
Drafting Equipment – Media – Reproduction
Architectural Sketching – Orthographic Projection
Lines – Lettering – General Terminology
Mathematics and Geometry
Architectural Products – Styles – History – Identification and Terminology
Site Layout – Identifications and Terminology
Drawing Identification – Architectural Numbering – Drawing Management
Dimensioning and Notations
Floor Plan Layout – Relationships – Identification and Terminology
HVAC – Plumbing – Electrical Plans – Identification and Terminology
Roof Plans – Identification and Terminology
Elevations
Framing – Framing Plans – Identification and Terminology
Foundation Plans – Identification and Terminology
Sections, Stairs and Steps
Building Codes and Governing Bodies
Schedules – Doors – Windows – Finishes
Estimations – Specifications – Calculations
Definitions and Building Materials
Abbreviations – Terms – Identification
Drafting Equipment – Media – Reproduction
Shapes – Lettering – Geometric Symbology
Dimensioning and Notations
Orthographic Projections – Identification and Terminology
Geometric Construction and Descriptive Geometry
MultiView Drawing – Identification and Terminology



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Sectional Views – Identification and Terminology
Auxiliary Views – Identification and Terminology
Pictorials – Identification and Terminology
Basic Welding – Symbols – Identification and Terminology
Basic Tolerancing – GD&T
Basic Math and Geometry – Drafting Math
Drawing Implementation - Identification – Numbering – Drawing Management
Professional Drafting Practices in the Workplace – Communications




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Skill set standards for Career Preparation Skills, Safety, Leadership Development and Customer and Personal
Service should be integrated throughout the concentration as remaining skill sets are delivered.

Skill Set Standard                                    Career Preparation Skills
Knowledge Objectives     Students will demonstrate knowledge of

                                career paths.
                                goal development and achievement.
                                attitudes and work habits that support career retention and advancement.
                                communication in varied contexts.

Performance Objectives   Students will

                               relate skills and abilities to possible career pathways.
                               explain methods of goal development.
                               discuss methods of time management and task coordination.
                               practice professionalism in punctuality, appropriate dress, task completion, etc.
                               investigate methods of supervision such as giving and receiving feedback and
                                instruction.
                             develop and present a statement of their personal work ethic beliefs.
                             prepare an application, cover letter, resume and thank you letter.
                             create an employment portfolio for use when applying for projects.
Skill Set Standard                                                  Safety
Knowledge Objectives     Students will demonstrate knowledge of

                             safety procedures.
                             accident reporting agencies.
                             Personal Protective Equipment (PPE).
Performance Objectives   Students will

                                recognize the main causes of accidents.
                                research agencies that are responsible for emergencies in the workplace.
                                develop a plan which outlines the procedures for handling an accident.
                                demonstrate operating instructions before using any equipment.
                                establish procedures for safe evacuation of the worksite in the event of an
                                 emergency.
                                follow safety and security procedures.
                                wear PPE as required for specified task.
Skill Set Standard                                      Leadership Development




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Knowledge Objectives     Students will demonstrate knowledge of

                             public speaking.
                             parliamentary law.
                             leadership concepts.
                             characteristics of effective teams and organizations.
Performance Objectives    Students will

                               develop and deliver speeches.
                               participate in meetings using parliamentary procedure.
                               attend leadership conferences and training (local, state and/or national).
                               volunteer in community service opportunities.
                               participate in career development events.
Skill Set Standard                                  Customer and Personal Service
Knowledge Objectives     Students will demonstrate knowledge of

                               customer needs assessment.
                               quality standards for services.
                               evaluation of customer satisfaction.
Performance Objectives   Students will
                             confer with customers by telephone or in person to provide information about
                                products or services, take or enter orders, cancel accounts, or obtain details of
                                complaints.
                             keep records of customer interactions or transactions, recording details of
                                inquiries, complaints, or comments, as well as actions taken.
                             check to ensure that appropriate changes were made to resolve customers'
                                problems.
                             determine charges for services requested, collect deposits or payments, or
                                arrange for billing.
                             refer unresolved customer grievances to designated departments for further
                                investigation.




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Fundamentals of Drafting                                                                 WVEIS 1729

Skill Set Standard                                  Drafting Tools and Equipment
Knowledge Objectives     Students will demonstrate knowledge of

                               design techniques, tools, and principles involved in production of precision
                                technical plans, blueprints, drawings and models.
                             the practical application of engineering science and technology. This includes
                                applying principles, techniques, procedures and equipment to the design and
                                production of various goods and services.
                             basic computer skills.
Performance Objectives   Students will

                               use computer-aided drafting equipment or conventional drafting stations,
                                technical handbooks, tables, calculators and traditional drafting tools, such as
                                boards, pencils, protractors and T-squares.
                             produce drawings using computer-assisted drafting systems (CAD) or drafting
                                machines, or by hand using compasses, dividers, protractors, triangles and
                                other drafting devices.
Skill Set Standard                                             Sketching
Knowledge Objectives     Students will demonstrate knowledge of

                             basic sketching skills and techniques.
Performance Objectives   Students will
                             identify the concepts related to sketching.
                             explain the concepts related to sketching mult-iviews and pictorials.
                             construct an isometric sketch.
                             construct an oblique sketch.
                             construct a multi-view sketch.
Skill Set Standard                                      Drafting Techniques
Knowledge Objectives     Students will demonstrate knowledge of

                             basic drafting skills and techniques.
Performance Objectives   Students will
                             explain the correct use of manual drafting equipment and supplies.
                             explain correct lettering technique.
                             demonstrate correct drawing procedures.
                             construct a single-view drawing.
Skill Set Standard                                  Basic Geometric Construction
Knowledge Objectives     Students will demonstrate knowledge of

                             basic geometric terms and construction.
Performance Objectives   Students will

                               explain selected geometric terms.



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                               explain the procedures for drawing standard geometric constructions.
                               construct drawings that require geometric constructions.
Skill Set Standard                              Computer Aided Drafting and Design
Knowledge Objectives     Students will demonstrate knowledge of

                             basic CAD commands and techniques.
Performance Objectives   Students will

                               explain basic CAD terms and concepts.
                               explain basic 2D CAD commands.
                               explain basic 3D modeling commands and concepts.
                               construct a 2D CAD drawing.
                               construct a 3D CAD model.
Skill Set Standard                                    Orthographic Projection
Knowledge Objectives     Students will demonstrate knowledge of

                               orthographic projection techniques and principles as they apply to multi-view
                                drawings.
Performance Objectives   Students will

                               explain concepts and principles underlying the creation of multi-view
                                drawings.
                             visualize objects and views.
                             construct multi-view drawings.
Skill Set Standard                                       Dimensioning Skills
Knowledge Objectives     Students will demonstrate knowledge of

                             basic dimensioning skills.
Performance Objectives   Students will
                             identify the accepted standards for mechanical dimensioning practices.
                             explain the procedures for dimensioning mechanical drawings.
                             construct dimensions on an engineering drawing.




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Drafting Techniques                                                                               WVEIS 1727

Skill Set Standard                                        Sectional Views
Knowledge Objectives     Students will demonstrate knowledge of

                             sectional views.
Performance Objectives   Students will

                               explain the concepts and principles of sectional views.
                               construct sectional views.
Skill Set Standard                                         Auxiliary Views
Knowledge Objectives     Students will demonstrate knowledge of

                             concepts and principles of primary auxiliary views.
Performance Objectives   Students will

                               explain the concepts and principles of primary auxiliary views.
                               construct primary auxiliary views.
Skill Set Standard                                        Pictorial Drawings
Knowledge Objectives     Students will demonstrate knowledge of

                             concepts and principles of primary pictorial drawings.
Performance Objectives   Students will

                               explain the concepts and principles of pictorial drawings.
                               construct pictorial drawings.
Skill Set Standard                                       Pattern Development
Knowledge Objectives     Students will demonstrate knowledge of

                             pattern development.
Performance Objectives   Students will

                               explain techniques and procedures for constructing pattern developments.
                               construct pattern development.
Skill Set Standard                                       Working Drawings
Knowledge Objectives     Students will demonstrate knowledge of

                             working drawings.
Performance Objectives   Students will

                               explain techniques and procedures for constructing working drawings.
                               construct working drawings.




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Architectural Drafting       1721
Mechanical Drafting          1725




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These courses align with American Design Drafting Association (ADDA). Click on each link above to view
required skill set standards.




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