Team Assembler

Program Level: Certificates, Continuing Education
Department: Workforce Training Network
Institute: Advanced Manufacturing & Logistics
College: SPC

Work as part of a team having responsibility for assembling an entire product or component of a product. Team assemblers can perform all tasks conducted by the team in the assembly process and rotate through all or most of them rather than being assigned to a specific task on a permanent basis.

 

TEAM ASSEMBLER #1 - SAFETY - OSHT 1016

Topics in this safety course include – Working in safe and productive manufacturing workplaces. Performing emergency drills. Identifying unsafe conditions and taking corrective action. How to provide and train personnel with proper safety topics. Fulfill safety and health requirements for maintenance, installation, and repair.

TEAM ASSEMBLER #2 - QUALITY - MCHN 1020

Topics in this quality course include – Participating in periodic internal quality audit activities. Checking calibration of gages and other data collection equipment. Suggesting continuous improvements, documentation of the results of quality tests. Communicating quality problems. Taking corrective actions to restore or maintain quality. Recording process outcomes and trends. Using common measurement systems and precision measurement.

 

TEAM ASSEMBLER #3 - MANUFACTURING - BMGT 1031

Topics in this manufacturing course include – Identifying customer needs, resources, and equipment set up for the production process. Setting team production goals and making job assignments. Coordinating workflow with team members and other work groups. Communicating production and material requirements and product specifications. Performing, monitoring, and documenting the process to make the products. Preparing final product for shipping or distribution.

TEAM ASSEMBLER #4 - MAINTENANCE - INMT 1003

Topics in this maintenance course include – Performing preventive maintenance and routine repairs. Monitoring indicators to ensure correct operations. Performing all housekeeping to maintain the production schedule. Recognizing potential maintenance issues with basic production systems, including knowledge of when to inform maintenance personnel about problems with Electrical systems, Pneumatic systems, Hydraulic systems, Machine automation systems, Lubrication processes, Bearings and couplings, and Belts and chain drives.

  • Alfred Landeros 

    Phone: 210-486-2787
    Email: alanderos1@alamo.edu
    Campus: St. Philip’s College (SPC)
    Building: Applied Science Building (ASB) Room 200 D 

  • Jeannette Cooper 

    Phone: 210-486-2740
    Email: jcooper46@alamo.edu
    Campus: St. Philip’s College (SPC)
    Building: Applied Science Building (ASB) Room 200 F

  • Gloria Perez 

    Phone: 210-486-2078
    Email: 
    gperez184@alamo.edu
    Campus: 
    St. Philip’s College (SPC)
    Building: 
    Welcome Center (WEC) Room 100