2011 ESIM-IEM SLO-student

2011 ESIM-IEM SLO-student







Western Student Learning Results (Program Outcomes) for 2011
# of Grads: 14

Source: Student

# of Responses: 14

Program: Elec Sys Install & Maint - IEM
Outcome
What did you like about this program?

Yes
14 100.00%

No
0

Unk
0

NA Result
0
Yes
Yes

Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes

What would you change about this program?

14 100.00%

0

0

Yes
Yes
Yes

Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes

14 100.00%

0

0

nothing
I would like to have more hands on with the trouble shooting of actual
circuitry and spend more time on what we see in our job world rather
than the theory of electronics.
I think more should be done with solid state devices. And more effort
should be made to make sure we understand how they work.
Nothing
Long lectures become tedious and hard to focus and retain
information. Break-up the long lectures with demonstrations or some
way to change the pace.
I wouldn't change anything all aspects are well covered
nothing

More visual demonstrations rather than theoritical
More visual demonstration versus theoretical.
a little more troubleshooting instead of start from scratch labs
The way Mr. Welch teaches, he doesn't prepare us enough for every
test.

0
Yes
Yes

Tuesday, September 20, 2011

I liked what hands on we had with the equipment that we will need in
our working field.
The flexibilty in allowing me to work full-time while completing the
program.
Accessibility to information.
The hands on experience that you get for every class.
I liked that we got to do a lot of hands on labs.
I liked the hands on aspect of the class.
Lots of hands on work, and the teacher student relationship ability,
with small class sizes.
It provided the information that I was looking looking to learn.
Hands on experience and class work.
I learned to trouble shoot electronic systems and circuits.
Hands on experience.
the instructors had a good background and were able to use past
expiriences to help us out.

0
Yes
Yes

Use effective communication skills.

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yes
I believe that I have what I need to go out into the working field.

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Outcome

Yes

No

Unk

NA Result

Feedback

Yes

Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes

Yes

0

Utilized lock out tag out and completed mssc.
Safety glasses a must!!
utilized many safty procedures in class and in lab

Yes

0

0

Recieved hands on and theoretical training on mech drives

Yes
Yes
Yes

14 100.00%

0

0

Instructors used new technology but yet informed on the technology
that would be use in the field
Instructors tried to inform us of new equipment and processes

Yes

Use technology effectively.

14 100.00%

0

0

yes
Worked with a diverse group
Worked with many different types of people.

Yes

Demonstrate ability to value self and work
ethically with others in a diverse population.

14 100.00%

0

0

Utilized troubleshooting capabilities in lab
yes
Utilized troubleshooting abilities in lab time

Yes
Yes
Yes

Demonstrate ability to think critically.

14 100.00%

0

talked about the background quite a bit in the first semester
Yes
yes

Yes
Yes
Yes

Transfer social and natural science theories
into practical applications.

14 100.00%

Yes
considering my math skills when I entered the program this helped me
considerabliy
Learning mathematical concepts that applied to the field.
Learned mathematics applied to field
yes

Yes
Yes
Yes

Apply mathematical concepts.

Yes

could maybe use a little more practice in this.

0

0

0

0

0

Make decisions that incorporate the
importance of sustainability

14 100.00%

0

0

0

Demonstrate a basic understanding of applied
science related to mechanical drives.

14 100.00%

0

0

0

Adhere to proper safety practices and
procedures.

14 100.00%

0

0

0

Exhibit professionalism.

14 100.00%

0

0

0

Perform preventative maintenance.

14 100.00%

0

0

0

Tuesday, September 20, 2011

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Outcome

Yes

No

Unk

NA Result

Feedback

Yes

Yes
Yes

0

14 100.00%

0

0

Recieved training in building and maintaining hydraulic and pneumatic
systems

0

Maintain electrical and electronic devices and
systems.

Build usable products.
Built usable products

Yes

0

Recieved the basics of electricity to complete general repairs.
learned the basics of electricty and electronic devices so that repair
and modification could be preformed

Yes
Yes

14 100.00%

learned preventitive maintenance and preformed them
Learned how to maintain and prolong the life of components.

Yes
Yes

Maintain parts and equipment inventory
including service documentation.

There should be more applications in lab that let us do that.

0

Install, troubleshoot, modify and repair
electrical and electronic devices and systems
under the guidance of a journeyman
electrician or electromechanical technician.

14 100.00%

0

0

0

Maintain mechanical devices and systems.

14 100.00%

0

0

0

Build or assemble electrical, electronic and
mechanical hardware under the guidance of a
journeyman electrician or electromechanical
technician.

14 100.00%

0

0

0

Maintain hydraulic and pneumatic systems.

Aggregate Assessment of Achievement

Tuesday, September 20, 2011

14 100.00%

266 100.00%

0

0

0

0.00%

0

0

0

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