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					                                                                                         July 2009
                                  Florida Department of Education
                                       Curriculum Framework

Program Title:                   Simulation Technology
Occupational Area:               Industrial Education
Career Cluster:                  Manufacturing

PSV
CIP Number:                      1615.080101 - AS Degree*
                                 0615.080101 - AAS Degree**
Grade Level:                     College Credits
Length:                          68 Credits
SOC:                             17-3021


I.         MAJOR CONCEPTS/CONTENT: The program is designed to prepare students for
           employment as a Simulation Technician, Simulator Maintenance Technician, Simulator
           Avionics Technician, Simulator Motion System Technician, and Simulator Display
           System Technician.

           This specialized program provides students with the technical credentials needed for
           high technology careers in simulator installation, maintenance, service and support.
           This program provides a thorough foundation in basic electronics and computer
           networking. Students also acquire skills required for specific simulator operation,
           testing, and troubleshooting.

II.        LABORATORY ACTIVITIES: Laboratory activities are an integral part of this program.
           Specialized trainers for hands-on activities involving hydraulics, pneumatics,
           electromechanical systems and programmable controllers are similar to those used in
           industry. Students should be able to use a full-featured simulator with multi-view visual
           systems, instruments, maneuvering controls, and vehicle dynamics simulation found in
           general use throughout simulation industries for the purpose of analyzing,
           troubleshooting and repairing simulators.

IV.        SPECIAL NOTE: Students who are participating in the simulation, electronics and
           related academies at the high schools would have exposure to simulation technology.
           Additionally, students who have worked in a simulation or similar industry may be able to
           test out of some of the specific simulation courses. A cooperative/internship is required
           by each student in this program. The typical length of the Simulation Technology
           Program for the average achieving student is an Associate Degree.




      V.      INTENDED OUTCOMES
              After successfully completing this program, the student will be able to:

           01.0 Demonstrate Proficiency in Installation and Assembly.


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       02.0 Demonstrate Proficiency in Quality Control and Customer Relations.
       03.0 Demonstrate Proficiency in Quality Control and Customer Relations.

               04.0 Demonstrate Proficiency in Troubleshooting.

               05.0 Demonstrate Proficiency in Repair.

               06.0 Demonstrate Proficiency in Calibration.

             07.0 Demonstrate Proficiency in Maintenance.
       08.0 Demonstrate Proficiency in A+ Computer Operating Systems.
       09.0 Demonstrate Proficiency in Electronics Assembly And Cabling.
       10.0 Demonstrate Proficiency in A+ Computer Hardware.

               11.0 Demonstrate Proficiency in Network Plus.

             12.0 Demonstrate Proficiency in Professional And Customer Service.
       13.0 Demonstrate Proficiency in Electronic Devices And Circuits.
       14.0 Demonstrate Proficiency in Computer Software Applications.
       15.0 Demonstrate Proficiency in DC/AC Circuits And Lab.


* AS Degree: This degree requires the inclusion of a minimum of 15 credits of general
education coursework according to SACS, and it must be transferable according to 6A-14.030
(2), FAC.

** AAS Degree: This degree requires the inclusion of a minimum of 15 credits of general
education coursework according to SACS.




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                             Florida Department of Education
                          STUDENT PERFORMANCE STANDARDS

Program Title:               Simulation Technology
Occupational Area:           Industrial Education

PSV
CIP Number                   0615.080101 - AAS Degree
                             1615.080101 - AS Degree

01.0    DEMONSTRATE PROFICIENCY IN INSTALLATION AND ASSEMBLY
        The student will be able to:

01.01   Identify safety issues
01.02   Identify components
01.03   Use appropriate grounding techniques
01.04   Read instructions
01.05   Identify tools and other resources needed
01.06   Obtain documentation
01.07   Remove bad part(s) if applicable
01.08   Perform hardware/software installation
01.09   Complete documentation
01.10   Clean up workspace

02.0    DEMONSTRATE PROFICIENCY IN TESTING
        The student will be able to:

02.01   Read test instructions
02.02   Identify test tools and equipment
02.03   Identify documentation resources
02.04   Follow industry safety standards
02.05   Turn power on
02.06   Perform electro-mechanical tests
02.07   Perform bench tests
02.08   Document test results
02.09   Generate V.V. & A test results




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03.0    DEMONSTRATE PROFICIENCY IN QUALITY CONTROL & CUSTOMER RELATIONS
        The student will be able to:

03.01 Generate V.V. & A test results
03.02 Market company products/services
03.03 Identify need for R & D
                              03.04 Recommend upgrades
03.05 Listen to the customer
03.06 Explain simulator operations and limitations to customer
03.07 Interact with engineers and customers


04.0    DEMONSTRATE PROFICIENCY IN TROUBLESHOOTING

               The student will be able to:

04.01 Review user log
                                 04.02 Perform diagnostic tests
04.03   Verify functional/operational discrepancy
04.04   Perform sensory inspection
04.05   Identify failed sub system
04.06   Determine if hardware or software problem
04.07   Identify failed component


05.0    DEMONSTRATE PROFICIENCY IN REPAIR

               The student will be able to:

05.01   Determine priority of repair
05.02   Schedule repair time
05.03   Identify tools and other resources required
05.04   Replace simulated vehicle components
                             05.05 Replace computer components
05.06   Replace motion components
05.07   Replace control components
05.08   Replace aural cue components
05.09   Replace linkage I/O components
05.10   Replace power distribution components
05.11   Replace visual sub system components
                        05.12 Repair analog devices to component level
05.13   Replace fire safety system components
05.14   Replace lighting system components
05.15   Replace avionics components
05.16   Replace communication/navigation system components




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06.0    DEMONSTRATE PROFICIENCY IN CALIBRATION

               The student will be able to:

06.01 Assure calibration of alignment tools
                         06.02 Perform visual display alignment
06.03 Perform mechanical alignment
06.04 Perform electrical alignment
                             06.05 Perform software alignment


07.0    DEMONSTRATE PROFICIENCY IN MAINTENANCE

               The student will be able to:

07.01   Perform DORTS
07.02   Replace or clean air/fluid filters
07.03   Perform visual inspection of motion system
07.04   Perform hydraulic fluid analysis
07.05   Perform computer and peripheral diagnostics
07.06   Check power sub system
07.07   Perform SIM vehicle housekeeping
07.08   Check liquid cooling system
07.09   Check the U.P.S. system


08.0    DEMONSTRATE PROFICIENCY IN A+COMPUTER OPERATING SYSTEMS

               The student will be able to:

08.01 Determine if hardware or software problem
08.02 Identify computer software
08.03 Perform computer operations using Windows and Unix / Linux operating systems


09.0    DEMONSTRATE PROFICIENCY IN ELECTRONICS ASSEMBLY AND CABLING

               The student will be able to:

09.01   Turn power on in sequence
09.02   Remove bad part(s) if applicable
09.03   Identify tools and other resources needed
09.04   Obtain documentation
09.05   Read instructions
09.06   Identify components
09.07   Perform steps to assemble IPC-601 certification
09.08   Learn Electrostatic Discharge (E.S.D.)




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10.0    DEMONSTRATE PROFICIENCY IN A+ COMPUTER HARDWARE

               The student will be able to:

10.01   Perform hardware/software installation
10.02   Replace computer computers
10.03   Perform computer and peripheral diagnosis
10.04   Identify and learn Bus architecture


11.0    DEMONSTRATE PROFICIENCY IN NETWORK PLUS

               The student will be able to:

11.01 Describe the functions and elements of a computer network.
              11.02 Describe and compare clients, servers, peers, client-server networks,
              peer-to peer networks
              11.03 Describe and compare the characteristics, capacities, and uses of
              common used types of bounded and unbounded network media.
11.04 Describe the functions and uses of network protocols and models.
              11.05 Describe the functions, methods, and implementations of the seven layers
              of the Open Systems Interconnect model.
              11.06 Describe the functionality, protocols, and uses of leading network protocol
              stacks.
              11.07 Given a business scenario, apply appropriate networking concepts to
              create a practical network design.


12.0    DEMONSTRATE PROFICIENCY IN PROFESSIONAL AND CUSTOMER SERVICE

              The student will be able to:




12.01   Listen to the customer
12.02   Market company products/services
12.03   Interact with engineers and customers
12.04   Advance in the field


        13.0 DEMONSTRATE PROFICIENCY IN ELECTRONIC DEVICES AND CIRCUITS

            The student will be able to:




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13.01 Replace analog devices to component level
13.02 Analyze operational amplifiers and semiconductor devices and circuits
13.03 Analyze power supply circuits, data conversion circuits and differential amplifiers


       14.0 DEMONSTRATE PROFICIENCY IN COMPUTER SOFTWARE APPLICATIONS

              The student will be able to:


14.01 Define and explain elementary computer terms and concepts such as hardware,
       software, operating system, etc.
14.02 Explain and use operating system commands necessary to load and run software
       packages, such as formatting blank disks, listing a directory, deleting a file, copying a
       file, copying a disk.
14.03 Demonstrate appropriate care and handling of a computer, its peripherals, and software
       materials.
14.04 Summarize rules for legal and illegal duplication of software.
14.05 Select from among specific software packages used or demonstrated, the best one(s) to
       use for such tasks as retrieval, calculating, planning, research writing, and
       communicating.
14.06 Demonstrate the uses of a spreadsheet package.
14.07 Use a spreadsheet package to enter a spreadsheet on the computer, perform sensitivity
       analysis using that spreadsheet and produce a printed report/printed graphic display.
14.08 Explain the uses of a word processing package.
14.09 Use a word processing package to create and save a document, make changes to that
       document, and format and print the document.
14.10 Explain the uses of a database management package.
14.11 Use a data base management package to create a data file, query the database, update
       a data file, and generate a printed report.
14.12 Use e-mail and the Internet to do research.
14.13 Make a presentation using PowerPoint.


       15.0 DEMONSTRATE PROFICIENCY IN DC/AC CIRCUITS AND LAB

            The student will be able to:


       15.01 Use appropriate grounding techniques
15.02 Learn AC/DC theory
15.03 Read schematics and breadboard a basic circuit from a schematic diagram
15.04 Solve problems using units conversion and scientific notation
       15.05 Solve problems involving electric charge, electric current, potential difference and
       energy
15.06 Solve problems using Ohm's Law
15.07 Solve problems for the resistance of metallic conductors
15.08 Solve problems in electric circuits involving work and power
15.09 Solve problems involving series and parallel resistance circuits


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15.10 Solve problems involving series/parallel resistance circuits
15.11 Solve problems involving capacitance in DC circuits
15.12 Solve problems involving magnetic circuits
15.13 Solve problems involving inductance in DC circuits
15.14 Solve A.C. problems involving peak value, instantaneous, average value and RMS value
       of a sine wave
15.15 Solve problems on factors governing reactance in A.C. circuits
15.16 Solve electrical problems using Phases mathematics
15.17 Solve impedance problems in A.C. circuits
15.18 Use an oscilloscope, a multimeter, a power supply, a signal generator to analyze basic
       electrical circuits.
15.18 Prepare and complete concise, neat and accurate lab reports.




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                                        Appendix “B”

                        Simulation Technology Program/OCP Mapping

The purpose of this appendix is to illustrate the relationship between the Florida Department of
Education Occupational Completions Points, and the objectives contain in this framework.


OCP Title                                        Objectives

A: Simulator Installation Technician             01.01-10
    (6 Credits)                                  02.01-9
                                                 04.01-7

B: Simulator Avionics Technician                 01.01-10
   (18 Credits)                                  02.01-9
                                                 04.01-7
                                                 05.01-16
                                                 06.01-5
                                                 08.01-3
                                                 09.01-8
                                                 10.01-4
                                                 13.01-3

B: Simulator Motion System Technician            01.01-10
   (18 Credits)                                  02.01-9
                                                 04.01-7
                                                 05.01-16
                                                 06.01-5
                                                 08.01-3
                                                 09.01-8
                                                 10.01-4
                                                 13.01-3


B: Simulation Display System Technician          01.01-10
   (18 Credits)                                  02.01-9
                                                 04.01-7
                                                 05.01-16
                                                 06.01-5
                                                 08.01-3
                                                 09.01-8
                                                 10.01-4
                                                 13.01-3

C: Simulator Maintenance Technician              01.01-10
   (33 Credits)                                  02.01-9
                                                 03.01-7
                                                 04.01-7
                                                 05.01-16


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                           06.01-5
                           07.01-9
                           08.01-3
                           09.01-8
                           10.01-4
                           13.01-3

D: Simulation Technician   01.01-15.18
   (68 Credits)            General Education Objectives
   A.S./A.A.S. Degree




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