School of Applied Technology Electronics Technology
Salt Lake Community
College keeps the Electronics Technology programs in harmony with the
needs of business and industry through the use of Program Advisory
Committees (PACs). These PACs are made up of individuals from the
businesses and industries most closely related to the program. The input
from PAC members is critical in keeping the programs on target with the
current needs of business and industry.
An additional tool used both in the development of programs and in the periodic review of applied technology education programs is the DACUM (Developing A CurriculUM) process. The DACUM process is a task analysis process, which allows for an occupation to be analyzed, broken down into a series of tasks and from there into the competencies required to perform those tasks. The competency list provides a framework for developing course curriculum. An actual DACUM brings together workers in a particular occupation with a trained DACUM facilitator to conduct the task analysis over a half-day to full-day meeting.
Program Advisory Committee Members
|Rocky Mountain Power||Randy Worthington|
2211 W North Temple
Salt Lake City, Utah 84116
|To be determined|
|Utah State Governor's Office||Leslee Hintze|
Salt Lake City
Health Care System
500 Foothill Boulevard
Salt Lake City, Utah 84148
|to be determined|
|State Office of Education
PO Box 144200
Salt Lake City, Utah 84114
640 North 2200 West
Salt Lake City, Utah 84116-0850
|Navy Recruiting Education Specialist.
2830 S Redwood Road
Salt Lake City, Utah 84119-2375.
Navy Recruiting Educational Specialist
|Questar Gas Corporation||Henry Elder|