| Intro to Automated Warehousing||Overview of the Automated Warehouse||3 Units|
| Mechanics||General Mechanics||3 Units|
| DC Electrical||Direct Current Theory and Service||4 Units|
| AC Electrical||Alternating Current Theory and Service||4 Units|
| Microprocessors / Microcontrollers||Microprocessing and Control Systems||4 Units|
| Technical Communications||Business Documentation and Presentation||3 Units|
| Blueprint Reading||Study of Blueprints||2 Units|
| Math||Math for Engineering Technology||3 Units|
| OSHA||Safety Standards for General Industry||2 Units|
| Hydraulics / Pneumatics||Air and Fluid Power Basics||3 Units|
| Welding||Welding Basics||3 Units|
| Logic Controllers||PLC Theory and Maintenance||3 Units|
The National Center of Supply Chain Technology Education (SCTE) team has researched, studied, and analyzed various industrial job types and educational programs and determined that several foundational industrial skills are required of the supply chain technician. The courses below represent a model SCTE program of study that meets the needs of the National Center’s Industry Leadership Team
The below coursework represents a certificate program. When general education coursework is also completed, A.S. degree in Supply Chain Technology is awarded.
Definition of a Supply Chain Technician:
A person who installs, operates, supports, upgrades or maintains the software, hardware, automated equipment and systems that support the supply chain.
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