Agricultural Mechanics for the Workplace 1
AGRICULTURAL MECHANICS AND TECHNOLOGY FOR THE WORKPLACE 1
Semester Course (2 units)
The courses in Agricultural Mechanics and Technology are designed to give students basic knowledge and skills in the many mechanical fields relating to the agricultural industry. Instructional activities are designed to teach technical knowledge and skills in selling, selecting, and servicing agricultural equipment and facilities, including computers, gasoline, diesel and electrical power units, machinery, equipment, structures and utilities. Typical instructional activities include hands-on experiences in woodworking, metal working; welding, small engine repair, electrification and electrical motors along with basic farm construction and homestead improvements. Participation in personal and community leadership development activities will be offered through the FFA chapter and classroom activities. All qualified students have opportunities for work based learning through a Supervised Agricultural Experience Program.
Agricultural Activity Fee is $45 for the year and it covers (2) tee-shirts, 1 each semester