1 Computer Engineering Technician The Computer Engineering Technician program is unique in Canada as it combines the study of computer and operating systems with the emerging field of custom electronics. Code: CTN Credential: Ontario College Diploma Start Date: September, January Highlights Home owners and corporations are demanding full integration when it comes to highend entertainment, multi-room audio and video environmental control and automation of such things as doors, cabinets and lighting. With your custom electronic skills you will work with architects and builders to design, install and network these systems skills that are in demand in the job market. You will also learn about solving computer problems that can cause both major costs and setbacks for businesses, whether due to a major hardware failure or a minor software incompatibility. Courses in computer science and custom electronics are complemented by training in oral and written communications, customer relations, and team work. There s plenty of hands-on learning, putting the theory you learn in the classroom into practice. Upon graduation, you ll have the broadbased, transferable skills that are in demand with a firm foundation for a career designing automation systems for homes and corporations and configuring hardware and software for computer systems. You ll also find opportunities troubleshooting problems in systems both before and after delivery to the customer or client. During your studies, you can obtain Cisco Networking certification. This program has received National Accreditation through the Canadian Technology Accreditation Board. Graduates are recognized by the Ontario Association of Certified Engineering Technicians and Technologists as meeting all the academic requirements for certification in the Certified Engineering Technician (Ctech) category. You have the opportunity to transfer to the three-year Computer Engineering Technology diploma. Smaller classes mean more attention from dedicated faculty to help you meet challenges, and our broad-based approach to instruction will ensure versatility in your future career. This program will prepare you for a career in today s ever-changing world. The EDGE focus within the Faculty of Business, Computing and Hospitality is founded on 4 principles: Environmental Responsibility: Learn how to contribute to a sustainable future. Ensure your career leaves a green footprint. Diversity: Work with a variety of people from faculty, administration, students and members of the community. Learn how to be creative and innovative. Global Perspective: Learn to compete on a level playing field in the global market. Experience: Gain real experience in your field through case studies, simulations, placements and applied projects. Develop your EDGE at the Faculty of Business, Computing and Hospitality. These traits and abilities will help you succeed: curiosity about how computers work enjoy working with people/teams interested in working hands-on with the latest audiovisual and computer technology excellent analytical skills (important for problem solving) experience working with computers, programming an asset Employment opportunities for skilled technicians are available in a wide range of organizations, including work in home theatre and media room installation, home and corporate networks, smart boardroom or classroom electronics, electronic manufacturing industries, technical sales and support, or service and repair centres. The job market for computer and custom electronics professionals is strong, and technology s hottest jobs include custom audiovisual systems and computer networking. Salaries start at around $35,000. There are also excellent opportunities to start your own business. Not for UG degree holders. computer engineering technician Applied Mathematics for Technology I Electricity Software Fundamentals Career Essentials Applied Mathematics for Technology II Electronics Intro to Microprocessors Network Fundamentals Operating Systems I ming in C++ Commercial and Consumer Electronics Computer and Network Security Operating Systems II Professional Practice Routing Protocols and Concepts Accessing the WAN Integrated Systems ming LAN Switching and Wireless Managing Technical Projects Network Cabling MATH0018 ELCT0084 COMP0086 ORGB0002 MATH0037 ELCT0082 ELCT0019 COMP0053 COMP0091 COMP0080 ELCT0080 COMP0013 COMP0075 GNED0092 COMP0371 COMP0092 ELCT0081 COMP0070 ELCT0020 ELCT0074
2 Computer Engineering Technology With the three-year Computer Engineering Technology program, you can expand your repertoire of skills and knowledge to open up interesting and rewarding career opportunities. Code: CTY Credential: Ontario College Advanced Diploma Start Date: September Highlights Beyond the technician level training, computer engineering technologists add analysis, design, project management and enhanced applied technology skills. You ll apply this knowledge to the analysis and design of complex computer systems and networks. You ll have open access beyond classroom time to our lab facilities - time to explore and learn, hands-on. Your ability to work effectively as a member of a technical team will also be further developed through course studies and a full-semester team-based project. This program has recently received National Accreditation with the Canadian Technology Accreditation Board. Graduates are recognized by the Ontario Association of Certified Engineering Technicians and Technologists (OACETT) as meeting all the academic requirements for certification in the Certified Engineering Technologist (CET) category. Success Stories Recent Grad Chris Rice was hired by Bryston Ltd., Canada s leading manufacturer of high end audio electronics, to create the user interface for the new Bryston Digital Player (BDP-1). Rice is also now teaching the Technical ming course within the Computer Engineering program. The digital player was nominated for Best New Product Award at the 2011 International Consumer Electronics Show. Through our relationships with partners and industry leaders, we re able to assist our grads to satisfying careers in the field upon graduation. This program will prepare you for a career in today s ever-changing world. The EDGE focus within the Faculty of Business, Computing and Hospitality is founded on 4 principles: Environmental Responsibility: Learn how to contribute to a sustainable future. Ensure your career leaves a green footprint. Diversity: Work with a variety of people from faculty, administration, students and members of the community. Learn how to be creative and innovative. Global Perspective: Learn to compete on a level playing field in the global market. Experience: Gain real experience in your field through case studies, simulations, placements and applied projects. Develop your EDGE at the Faculty of Business, Computing and Hospitality. Work Experience Applied Fleming In your final semester you will work on an intensive team project. Each member of the team will contribute specialized knowledge, learned in his or her program of study, to the solution of a real-world technological problem posed by a sponsoring business or organization. This project will enhance problemsolving skills, applied industry knowledge, and the ability to work as part of an engineering/development team. You ll also learn critical workplace skills such as time management, how to map a critical path, and presentation skills. Since you may be working on sophisticated developmental or research based work, sponsors will often use the project as a testing ground and recruitment opportunity. This program and career require: curiosity about how computers work ability to explain computing issues to others self-motivation ability to be a team player excellent listening skills enjoy working with people Graduates of this program have found positions as members of research and development teams composed of engineers, technologists, and technicians. In addition, many have found positions as field service or customer representatives for equipment suppliers. Because of their more comprehensive education, graduates often eventually assume administrative responsibilities within their organizations. Your broad-based, transferrable skills will be to your benefit. For example, Robert Half Technology, the leading resource on IT hiring and employment trends, reports in its recent Salary Guide that the long-range outlook for IT professionals is strong, and technology s hottest jobs include network systems and data communications analysts, network and computer systems administrators, and computer systems analysts. Sample job titles include: embedded software developer computer operations supervisor computer systems analyst server administrator network administrator LAN manager Graduates are in very high demand, with starting salaries in the $35,000 to $40,000 range in Canada. 12th math. Not for UG degree holders. computer engineering technology Applied Mathematics for Technology I Electricity Software Fundamentals Career Essentials Applied Mathematics for Technology II Electronics Intro to Microprocessors Network Fundamentals Operating Systems I ming in C++ Commercial and Consumer Electronics Computer and Network Security Operating Systems II Professional Practice Routing Protocols and Concepts Accessing the WAN Integrated Systems ming LAN Switching and Wireless Managing Technical Projects Math for Technology III Network Cabling SEMESTER 5 Embedded Networking and Computing Mathematical Modelling Network Analysis Operating Systems Theory Principles of Design Working With Business and Industry SEMESTER 6 Applied Project (CTY) MATH0018 ELCT0084 COMP0086 ORGB0002 MATH0037 ELCT0082 ELCT0019 COMP0053 COMP0091 COMP0080 ELCT0080 COMP0013 COMP0075 GNED0092 COMP0371 COMP0092 ELCT0081 COMP0070 ELCT0020 MATH0098 ELCT0074 COMP0037 MATH0022 COMP0069 COMP0237 COMP0412 GNED0042 APST0007
3 Computer Security Investigation The Computer Security and Investigations program is designed to provide you with the necessary knowledge and skills to take a leadership role in the protection and security of information technology. Code: CSI Credential: Ontario College Advanced Diploma Start Date: September, January Highlights The Computer Security and Investigations program is designed to provide you with the necessary knowledge and skills to take a leadership role in the protection and security of information technology. Your classes are regularly reviewed and improved to be the most current subjects demanded by the industry, such as: Advanced Ethical Hacking Threat and Risk Analysis Information Security Advanced Computer Forensics Internet and Hacking Investigations CISCO Network Design and Management Network Security Criminology Justice Studies In addition to these cutting edge subjects, you will also learn how to develop systems, procedures, and human resources to manage the risks associated with information technology and be capable of providing technical assistance to prevent, investigate, and protect individuals and organizations from cyber-crime. Your studies will be from a security management and law enforcement perspective, with emphasis placed on both the technological and management skills required to implement information technology security, and the investigative skills necessary to respond appropriately to breaches of security. You will have the added benefit of courses in law, justice, and criminology, taking advantage of Fleming College s reputation and experience in these fields, in addition to obtaining the technical training you need to function as a technological consultant. In this three-year program, the final sixth semester is an applied project or co-operative field placement in partnership with business, industry, a law enforcement agency, or government department. Fleming has a well-known track record of producing talented graduates in both the Applied Computing and Engineering Science, and the Law and Justice fields. As such, you will acquire the best we have to offer--in a new, winning combination that will put you on the road to success as an in-demand computer security specialist. There are no other programs like this in Ontario. The program will provide you with the knowledge and skills to prepare you for industry certification in both the computer forensics and networking disciplines. As you progress through the program you will gain the skills required to become industry certified in a number of areas, including: CCNA Cisco Certified Network Architect CCE Certified Computer Examiner Security+ Network+ A+ Linux+ MCSE Microsoft Certified System Engineer CISSP Certified Information Systems Security Professional (student level qualification) CEH Certified Ethical Hacker EnCE Encase Certified Examiner With your diploma, and these top certifications, you will demonstrate your abilities and value to the industry, gaining you the employment advantage. Work Experience In your final semester, you will work on an intensive team project or co-operative field placement. Each student will contribute specialized knowledge, learned in his or her program of study, to the solution of a real world technological problem posed by a sponsoring business or organization. Recent projects include: Co-operative placements within financial and forensic firms, working real cases Co-operative placements within corporate security departments and information security service providers Security and penetration testing of a large Internet Service Provider Forensic analysis and creation of standards for a security corporation Development of a Linux based Darknet and Intrusion Detection system for a professional penetration testing company Development and field deployment of a computer network Intrusion Detection System for a managed security service company to support large commercial clients This applied project or co-operative field placement will enhance problem-solving skills, applied industry knowledge, and the ability to work as part of a team. You ll also learn critical workplace skills such as time management, how to map a critical path, and presentation skills. Since you may be working on sophisticated developmental or research based work, sponsors will often use the project as a testing ground and recruitment opportunity. excellent oral and written communication skills good problem solving skills creative and analytical thinking skills previous computing experience able to keep a cool head in a crisis research and investigative skills and interest desire to learn and be challenged strong time management skills Career opportunities are available in both public and private sector organizations. Job titles include: Information Technology Security Analyst Information Security Administrator Computer Security Consultant Investigator Network Security Specialist Computer Forensics Examiner Digital Investigative Specialist Starting salaries for many positions are $40,000 to $60,000 in Canada. Industry surveys identify that IT security professionals, with the security skills you will acquire, consistently earn higher income than others in the industry. 12th math recommended. Advanced Standing Do you have another college diploma, or have you completed other technology courses at another college or university? You may be eligible for advanced standing entry to the Computer Security and Investigations program. With this fast track option, you can quickly complete the program and become qualified to enter the field of computer security. Contact the program coordinator to find out how you can take advantage of this opportunity.
4 computer security investigation Introduction to Canadian Justice for Legal Professions Introduction to Cyber Trends and Digital Evidence Mathematics for Computer Security Investigations Software Fundamentals Concepts of Information Security and Risk Management Criminology Cyber Law Network Fundamentals Operating Systems I PERL LAWS0245 COMP0482 MATH0108 COMP0086 COMP0497 LAWS0018 LAWS0084 COMP0053 COMP0091 COMP0234 Computer and Network Security COMP0013 Emergency Management & Operational Security COMP0038 Internet Investigations COMP0051 Managing Technical Projects ELCT0020 Operating Systems II COMP0075 Routing Protocols and Concepts COMP0371 Accessing the WAN Criminal Procedures Digital Investigation Info Management & Cryptography Intro to Pentesting & Intrusion Analysis LAN Switching and Wireless SEMESTER 5 Advanced Investigations Advanced Pentesting Computer Forensics Firewalls and Intrusion Detection Security Architecture Data Management Working With Business and Industry SEMESTER 6 Applied Project - CSI COMP0092 LAWS0017 COMP0033 COMP0043 COMP0265 COMP0070 COMP0003 COMP0357 COMP0020 COMP0232 COMP0085 GNED0042 APST0011
5 Culinary Management Got a passion for living life to the fullest and for good food along the way? Does the act of creation inspire and drive your spirit? Combine these ingredients with a healthy dose of entrepreneurial attitude and a healthy respect for business, and you ve got a winning recipe for an exciting career in Culinary Management. Code: CM Credential: Ontario College Diploma Start Dates: September, January Highlights Fleming s two-year Culinary Management program is designed to provide graduates with strong, entry level culinary management techniques, skills, and behaviours -- which will contribute to your potential for career advancement in a team-based hospitality environment. After completing on-the-job training requirements (in addition to your college diploma), graduates are eligible to write the provincial Trade of Cook Certificate of Qualifications examination. This program will prepare you for a career in today s ever-changing world. The EDGE focus within the Faculty of Business, Computing and Hospitality is founded on 4 principles: Environmental Responsibility: Learn how to contribute to a sustainable future. Ensure your career leaves a green footprint. Diversity: Work with a variety of people from faculty, administration, students and members of the community. Learn how to be creative and innovative. Global Perspective: Learn to compete on a level playing field in the global market. Experience: Gain real experience in your field through case studies, simulations, placements and applied projects. Develop your EDGE at the Faculty of Business, Computing and Hospitality. Work Experience During your studies, you will be required to complete a minimum 160-hour in-school practicum. Your final semester involves a 270-hour Applied Project, where you will be involved in the daily operations and management of Fulford s, our in-school restaurant and a 90-hour industry-based placement. These workplace experiences will provide you with the opportunity to practice the theories and skills you have been studying in the program. Once you graduate, your career opportunities include work as a: Line Cook Station Cook Sous Chef Kitchen Manager Cafeteria Manager Sales Agent for a Food Supplier (Purveyor) Restaurant Manager The pay range is wide depending upon your previous experience, the type and size of the culinary/hospitality business, and its location. You might also take more training at the university level to become a dietician/nutritionist. Not for UG degree holders. Background in business recommended. Related s When you complete the Culinary Management program you can obtain a Hospitality Administration Hotel and Resort diploma with just two more semesters of study. This will expand your career opportunities, increase your value in the work world and add to your specialized skill set. Other related hospitality programs are: Tourism and Travel, Chef Training, and Culinary Management Co-op Diploma Apprenticeship. Health Requirements Students should be in good physical and mental health. Independent physical mobility and manual dexterity are essential in cooking. If you have a medical concern, you are strongly advised to discuss your concerns with your doctor. Students are strongly urged to obtain vaccination against Hepatitis B prior to the practical component of this program. culinary Management Basic Culinary Techniques Basic Food Principles Business Essentials - A Survival Course College Communications for Business and Hospitality Professionals Computer Applications for Hospitality Culinary Nutrition Food and Kitchen Safety Mathematics for Hospitality Cuisine a la Carte and Baking Fundamentals Culinary Career Planning I Culinary Cost Controls Culinary Career Planning II Field Placement I (CM/CHT) Food and Bake Theory Hospitality Marketing Applied Culinary Principles Field Placement II (CM) Hospitality Operations I Hospitality Operations II Menu Planning Modern Pastry Craft Understanding Quality Ingredients Applied Project - Commercial Applied Project - Institutional Applied Project - Restaurant Operations CULN0031 CULN0032 ORGB0003 COMM0078 COMP0198 CULN0034 CULN0033 MATH0112 CULN0038 CULN0046 CULN0037 CULN0050 FLPL0094 CULN0036 MKTG0054 CULN0041 FLPL0133 HOSP0049 HOSP0050 HOSP0009 CULN0043 CULN0042 APST0060 APST0061 APST0107
6 Biotechnology Technologist Forensics Code: BTF Credential: Start Date: September, January ontario College Advanced Diploma Highlights With a career in forensic biotechnology, you have diverse employment opportunities, from working in medical or health-related fields, to tracking down criminals or identifying victims of crime. Laboratory related occupations are among the fastest growing occupations in the economy. With specialization in Forensics/DNA, this program is unique and graduates are in demand in this emerging field. This advanced diploma program would traditionally take six semesters to complete. However, the program has been designed in an accelerated, compressed format, to provide six semesters of course work over five semesters. In their final, fifth semester, students can complete their full-time internship from April to August - giving graduates the advantage of getting out into the workforce faster. (Should they so choose, students may defer the summer internship until the fall.) Courses in the program integrate theory and practice opportunities in labs and practice settings. Graduates will be critical thinkers with problem-solving abilities, strong interpersonal, teamwork and communication skills and a solid foundation in forensic/dna/medical applications. This cross-disciplinary program combines elements from the life sciences, applied computing, forensic science, automation, policing and lab methods, and business skills. This gives graduates the benefit of having the multiple, job-ready skills that employers are seeking. The program has been developed in response to identified industry needs and a skills shortage in this field. Today s lab environment requires technicians with skills in information technology, data management and data analysis. The college has programs, courses and faculty who specialize in these areas, as well as state-of-the-art technology to support the use of applied technology in laboratory environments. The college s School of Law, Justice and Community Services is a partner in the development and delivery of the Trent University Honours Bachelor of Forensic Science degree. Students will benefit from Fleming s growing faculty expertise in this field. As well, Fleming College is a founding partner in the Peterborough DNA Cluster. This strategic alliance between local private and public sector partners was created to advance local research of DNA and forensic science and develop economic growth opportunities, new technology businesses and jobs for the Peterborough region. Work Experience A 15-week internship will immerse students in the work culture of a lab environment, give them the opportunity to seek experience in an area of specialization, and promote networking and awareness of the industry and job potential. To succeed in this occupation, you need the following characteristics: curiosity and imagination persistence and willingness to work long hours willingness to do the reading required to keep up to date with new developments and discoveries. In addition, you should enjoy synthesizing information, finding innovative solutions to problems and working with equipment and instruments at tasks which require precision. You ll likely work in a team environment, so good interpersonal and communications skills are an asset. graduates will be qualified to work in a variety of roles, such as DNA analyst, DNA technician/technologist, evidence technician, laboratory technologist, forensic technologist, serologist, and biotechnician/technologist. Employment settings include: private sector laboratories law enforcement forensic labs hospitals and clinical settings pharmaceutical, bio-pharmaceutical and biotechnology research and development companies government agencies such as the Canadian Centre for Forensic Science, the RCMP and OPP forensic labs university laboratories municipal waste water and drinking water treatment facilities application of pollution prevention, waste minimization, and water recycling microbiological testing facilities laboratory analysis to test food products plant and animal pathogen analysis animal science, aquaculture, wildlife management and restoration agricultural biotechnology research, breeding and selection laboratory services following ISO standards. Emerging career fields include microbial forensics and its applications to bio-terrorism and microbial disease. graduates can pursue further specialization and seek accreditation with regulating bodies such as the Ontario Association of Certified Engineering Technicians and Technologists (OACETT). Related s If you don t possess the required science courses for admission to this program, or if you want to enhance your likelihood for entry, consider the one-year General Arts and Science College Health Science Option. Fleming College has reserved space in the Biotechnology Technologist Forensics program for students who successfully complete one year of study in this program. BIOTECHNOLOGY TECHNOLOGIST FORENSICS Biology I Chemistry I Forensic DNA Applications I Introduction to Canadian Justice System Introductory Computing Laboratory Math Biology II Chemistry II Data Management and Analysis Forensic DNA Applications II (Integration) Forensic Techniques Laboratory Physics Business for Biotechnology Forensic DNA Applications III (Integration) Laboratory Automation I Laboratory Operating Standards and Quality Assurance I Microbiology Molecular Biology Biochemistry Forensic Chemistry Forensic DNA Applications IV (Integration) Laboratory Automation II Laboratory Ethics Laboratory Operating Standards and Quality Assurance II Pharmacology and Toxicology SEMESTER 5 Internship (BTF) SCIE0009 SCIE0131 SCIE0089 LAWS0044 COMP0345 MATH0114 SCIE0010 SCIE0132 COMP0222 SCIE0090 LAWS0246 SCIE0093 BUSN0056 SCIE0091 AUTM0068 SCIE0100 SCIE0094 SCIE0095 SCIE0096 SCIE0146 SCIE0092 AUTM0069 SOCI0153 SCIE0101 SCIE0102 FLPL0097
7 Electrical Engineering Technician Our Electrical Engineering Technician program will equip you with electrical and electronic theory and practice the tools you need to take on entry level positions or an apprenticeship in the electrical industry. Code: EE Credential: Ontario College Diploma Start Dates: September Highlights The four-semester Electrical Engineering Technician program will provide you with a solid foundation. You will learn about programmable logic controls (PLCs), electrical and electronic circuits and systems, instrumentation, cabling, network engineering, and electrical machines and controls. Extensive practice labs will provide you with ample opportunity to develop skills required to assume entry level positions or an apprenticeship. A technical skills shortage is looming both regionally and nationally in Canada. This program has been designed to help fill these technical positions as the manufacturing sector becomes more specialized, the construction industry flourishes, and retirement rates increase. You will need these abilities and skills to succeed: an interest in skilled trades and technology enjoyment of problem-solving and troubleshooting manual dexterity a degree of mathematical savvy in order to conduct the calculations necessary (assistance for those not yet proficient with Math has been factored into the program ). Electrical Engineering Technicians are required to: develop and test power equipment and systems troubleshoot industrial process control systems set up micro-electronic systems and circuits install and commission electrical and electronic equipment and systems analyze the performance of electrical and electronic components A very broad spectrum of career opportunities exists within the electrical industry. Graduates can be employed by electrical utility and power companies, industrial plants, communications companies, and manufacturers of electrical equipment. Consulting firms, construction sites, mining, and transportation industries all hire technicians to design and maintain electrical and electronic systems for use in residential, commercial, institutional, and industrial installations. Graduates of this program may also choose to apply for apprenticeship and write the Basic Exemption Test for Electrical Apprentice and receive credit for some of the in-school portions of the apprenticeship program. Following graduation, you could seek employment as an industrial, maintenance, or construction electrician apprentice. Related s There is a pathway for students enrolled in Electrical Techniques to enter into third semester of Electrical Engineering Technician (subject to enrolment capacity). The student must successfully complete all Electrical Techniques courses and obtain credits in Applied Mathematics for Technology (MATH18), (COMM32) and Electronic Circuits (ELCT105) prior to the start of third semester. electrical engineering technician Drafting Applications and AutoCAD Electricity Installation Practices Introductory Computing Mathematics I Career Essentials Alternating Current Theory Applied Mathematics for Technology II Electrical Concepts Electronic Circuits Safety, Prints and Electrical Code Alternative Energy Fluid Power and Controls Motor and Control Drives Power Electronics and Theory Technical ming Building Systems Automation and Integration Energy Generation and Distribution Managing Technical Projects mable Logic Controllers Testing and Drives ELCT0090 ELCT0084 ELCT0107 COMP0345 MATH0122 ORGB0002 ELCT0087 MATH0037 ELCT0073 ELCT0105 ELCT0077 ELCT0108 ELCT0075 ELCT0093 ELCT0088 COMP0460 ELCT0094 ELCT0092 ELCT0020 ELCT0095 ELCT0109
8 Electrical Techniques The Electrical Techniques program provides pathways into a variety of occupations or training in the electrical industry. Develop basic competencies in electricity, network cabling and electrical system installation. Code: ETQ Credential: Ontario College Certificate Start Dates: September, January Highlights The electrical field is growing in response to increased construction work in Ontario and other provinces. The two-semester (30 week) Electrical Techniques program will provide you with the introductory and fundamental skills and knowledge to assist with the installation, maintenance and repair of electrical equipment in residential, commercial and construction settings. The program also provides several pathways into a variety of occupations and other college training programs in the electrical industry, including electronics, electrical mechanical and electrical apprenticeship. You will develop basic competencies in electricity, network cabling and electrical system installation. Related instruction in mathematics, prints and installations, safety and trade calculations is included to meet employers qualifications. There is a pathway for students enrolled in Electrical Techniques to enter into third semester of Electrical Engineering Technician (subject to enrolment capacity). The student must successfully complete all Electrical Techniques courses and obtain credit in Applied Mathematics for Technology I (MATH 18), (COMM320) and Electronic Cirucuits (ELCT105) prior to the start of the third semester. Not for UG degree holders. electrical techniques Career Essentials Drafting Applications and AutoCAD Electricity Installation Practices Introductory Computing Mathematics I Electrical Concepts Fluid Power and Controls Installation Practices Introduction to Electronics Safety, Prints and Electrical Code ORGB0002 ELCT0090 ELCT0084 ELCT0107 COMP0345 MATH0122 ELCT0073 ELCT0075 ELCT0097 ELCT0070 ELCT0077