Hands-On Manufacturing Curriculum for Remote Learning

Ten units of the Core Plus Aerospace curriculum are ready for delivery in school districts across Washington. Customized for remote learning by veteran Washington teachers, these units deliver the fundamentals of manufacturing no matter the learning format, focusing on topics from safety and standard operating procedures to materials science and precision measurement.

The customized curriculum follows a “Read, Watch, Do” format, allowing students to absorb key information, and then put their knowledge to work. The customized units were developed with support from local industry and the Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction to align with state learning standards and ensure students have the industry-backed skills they will need after high school.

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Each unit includes an overview of the skills to be learned and their application in industry.

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Videos feature veteran teachers demonstrating fundamental skills and concepts.

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Each unit includes an overview of the skills to be learned and their application in industry.

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Did You Know ?

$87K
Per Year

the average annual compensation for manufacturing jobs in Washington state

300K

manufacturing jobs in Washington state

6,600

manufacturing firms in Washington state
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