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CFE 202 John Deere Heavy Equipment Reconditioning and Operations
Credit Hours:  10
Effective Term: Fall 2005
SUN#: None
AGEC: 
Credit Breakdown: 7L 9LL
Times for Credit: 1
Grading Option: A/F
Cross-Listed:


Description: The training necessary to operate, maintain, and service John Deere Construction and Forestry Equipment. The use of technical service literature, an array of special tools, and safety are emphasized.

Prerequisites: CFE101, CFE102, CFE201

Corequisites:

Recommendations: None

Measurable Student Learning Outcomes
1. Demonstrate safe work habits on the work site.
2. Demonstrate acceptable procedures related to operating heavy equipment.
3. Demonstrate acceptable procedures for loading, unloading, and transporting equipment.
4. Demonstrate proper use of lifting and rigging devices related to heavy equipment.
5. Demonstrate acceptable procedures related to servicing heavy equipment.
6. Demonstrate acceptable procedures related to reconditioning heavy equipment.
7. Read and interpret technical service literature.
8. Demonstrate proper use of hand and power tools related to heavy equipment repair.
9. Demonstrate proper use of precision measuring tools related to equipment reconditioning.
10. Apply systematic failure analysis procedures.
Internal/External Standards Accreditation
1. Comply with safety rules 100% of the time.
2. Be able to operate heavy equipment with a minimum accuracy of 70%.
3. Demonstrate how to load and unload heavy equipment with 100% accuracy.
4. Demonstrate proper rigging and lifting procedures with a minimum accuracy of 100%.
5. Demonstrate servicing procedures at a minimum accuracy of 70%.
6. Demonstrate reconditioning procedures at a minimum accuracy of 70%.
7. Read and interpret service literature at a minimum accuracy of 70%.
8. Demonstrate proper use of hand and power tools with a minimum accuracy of 70%.
9. Demonstrate the proper use of precision measuring tools with a minimum accuracy of 70%.
10. Be able to apply failure analysis procedures at a minimum accuracy of 70%.