The courses and/or assessments in this collection were created through funding provided by either New York State or U.S. Department of Labor.

For Registered Apprenticeship training, generally a three-credit course will be approved for 72 hours of Related Instruction. Funding is available for new course creation and course revision that meets requirements for Related Instruction, as well as, assessment tools for competency-based and hybrid apprenticeships. For any curriculum development or revisions covered by the Apprenticeship Programs at SUNY the funded campus must agree to share the curriculum with other SUNY institutions through this platform.

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  • College Algebra and Trigonometry

    Faculty, Math
    • perform binary operations on a rational or radical expression and simplify • solve linear, quadratic, radical, rational, exponential and logarithmic equations • solve a system of two linear equations graphically and algebraically • evaluate algebraic and transcendental functions • graph linear, quadratic, exponential, and trigonometric functions of the form y = a sin(x) and y = a cos(x) • solve and graph linear inequalities in one variable • perform binary operations with complex numbers and simplify • solve applied problems using the tools of algebra and trigonometry
  • Electronics I

    Michelen, Abraham (2023)
    This is a first course, preceding ELET 215, Operational Amplifiers, in analog electronics. The topics covered include: semiconductor materials, the PN junction, rectifiers, BJT and FET transistors, DC bias and DC bias stability of transistors, re bjt transistor model, small-signal amplifiers using both BJT and FET transistors, and cascaded amplifiers.
  • Electricity I

    Essis, Pierre (2023)
    Introduction to the basic principles of electricity. Topics covered include electron theory, conductors and insulators, units, current and voltage, resistance, work and power, series and parallel circuits, network theorems, general resistive networks, inductance and capacitance, and time constant, introduction to alternating currents.
  • Digital Electronics

    Michelen, Abraham (2023)
    An introductory course in digital systems. The topics covered include: Number Systems, Boolean Algebra, Logic Gates, logic simplification, implementation and analysis of digital system, Flip-flops, Counters, Mux/Demux, Adders.
  • Cayuga Community College- AM Related Instruction Electric Motor Controls

    Cameron, Emily; Sloane, Todd (2022-07-15)
    Each course has a syllabus in template form. A planning document formally links the NYS Occupations, associated Apprenticeship competencies, learning outcomes, course assessments and activities together.
  • Cayuga Community College- AM Related Instruction- Pneumatics

    Cameron, Emily (2022-07-15)
    Each course has a syllabus in template form. A planning document formally links the NYS Occupations, associated Apprenticeship competencies, learning outcomes, course assessments and activities together.
  • Finger Lakes Community College- AM Related Instruction Digital Literacy

    Sloane, Todd (2022-07-15)
    Each course has a syllabus in template form. A planning document formally links the NYS Occupations, associated Apprenticeship competencies, learning outcomes, course assessments and activities together.
  • Finger Lakes Community College- AM Related Instruction Geometry

    Sloane, Todd (2022-07-15)
    Each course has a syllabus in template form. A planning document formally links the NYS Occupations, associated Apprenticeship competencies, learning outcomes, course assessments and activities together. Zip files of these courses in Brightspace format and IMSCC format are included.
  • TAM 101- Machine Theory I

    Hoffman (Monroe Community College, 2019)
    Course Learning Outcomes 1.Identify various machine tools and their parts. 2.Identify various hand tools and their parts. 3.Use trade specific vocabulary in verbal and written communication. 4.Calculate machine tool spindle speeds for various machine tools. 5.Calculate machine tool feed rates for various machine tools. 6.Evaluate the pitch diameter for various thread sizes. 7.Develop a basic process sheet for various machine tools, such as manual lathe, mills, or grinders.
  • Finger Lakes Community College- AM Related Instruction - Machining Machine Tools Cutting Tools

    Unknown author (2022-07-15)
    Each course has a syllabus in template form. A planning document formally links the NYS Occupations, associated Apprenticeship competencies, learning outcomes, course assessments and activities together.
  • TAM-132 Machine Shop Print Reading II

    Lieb, Heather (Monroe Community College, 2019)
  • Cayuga Community College- AM Related Instruction -Measuring Instruments

    Cameron, Emily (2022-07-15)
    Each course has a syllabus in template form. A planning document formally links the NYS Occupations, associated Apprenticeship competencies, learning outcomes, course assessments and activities together.
  • Cayuga Community College- AM Related Instruction Intro to Electro Mechanical Schematics

    Cameron, Emily (2022-07-15)
    Each course has a syllabus in template form. A planning document formally links the NYS Occupations, associated Apprenticeship competencies, learning outcomes, course assessments and activities together.
  • Cayuga Community College- Trade Math

    Cameron, Emily (2022-07-15)
    Each course has a syllabus in template form. A planning document formally links the NYS Occupations, associated Apprenticeship competencies, learning outcomes, course assessments and activities together.
  • Finger Lakes Community College- AM Related Instruction - Computers and Computer Software

    Unknown author (Finger Lakes Community College, 2022-07-15)
    Each course has a syllabus in template form. A planning document formally links the NYS Occupations, associated Apprenticeship competencies, learning outcomes, course assessments and activities together.
  • Finger Lakes Community College- AM Related Instruction Intro to CNC Machining

    Unknown author (2022-07-15)
    Each course has a syllabus in template form. A planning document formally links the NYS Occupations, associated Apprenticeship competencies, learning outcomes, course assessments and activities together.
  • TAM 121:Mathematics for Machinists

    Crump, Steven (2019)
    Course Learning Outcomes 1.Solve problems involving combinations of powers and roots with other basic arithmetic operations, using a calculator. 2.Solve machine technology problems using algebraic equations and formulas. 3.Determine unknown angles and side lengths in polygons using geometric principles. 4.Solve problems using geometric principles which involve chords, arcs, central and inscribed angles, perpendiculars or tangents. 5.Compute the unknown angles and side lengths in a right triangle using the sine, cosine or tangent trigonometric functions. 6.Apply projection of auxiliary lines, use of geometric principles, or trigonometric functions. 7.State the relationship between measurements and statistics. 8.Explain why statistical control is based on measurements that have already been taken. 9.Explain how statistical control allows you to predict future measurements.
  • Cayuga Community College - AM Related Instruction Hydraulics

    Cameron, Emily (2022-07-15)
    Each course has a syllabus in template form. A planning document formally links the NYS Occupations, associated Apprenticeship competencies, learning outcomes, course assessments and activities together.