Florissant Valley
Chemical Technology

Results and Conclusions

Standard Deviation Analysis:

Those skills / competencies that had a standard deviation greater than +1 are those tasks that are most widely used and show that our students are clearly doing in the workplace those tasks that they have been trained for in the Chemical Technology program. Table III lists in an abbreviated form those skills and competencies that are more than one positive standard deviation from the mean.

Table III [+1 Standard Deviation]
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Team Work
Health and Safety
Critical thinking
Multi-tasking
Decision-making
Ethical Standards
Work with hazardous materials
Proper Care and Use of Glassware
Read and Interpret MSDS, SOPS, GMP
Computer Programs (Excel, Microsoft, PowerPoint, Reporting Software)
Precision / Accuracy/ Significant Figures
Basic Statistics
Balances
Volumetric Glassware and Quantitative transfer with Volumetric Apparatus
Physical Tests (Color, Density, Viscosity, Particle Size)
Solution Concentrations (%, Normality, Molarity, ppm)
Dissolution

Separation Techniques (Filtration, Extraction, Column Chromatography)
pH determination
Dilution Schemes
UV-Visible Spectrophotometry
Infrared Spectrophotometry
Use of Computer Libraries
Trouble Shoot Instruments
Minor Electrical Repairs
Liquid and Gas Chromatography Fittings and Tubing
Instrument calibration
Use of Standardization Curves
Basic Gas and High Pressure Chromatography
Name and Identify Basic Organic Functional Groups
Basic Chemical and Physical Properties of Organic Functional Groups
Preparation of Notebooks as a Legal Document

 

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