My qualifications for tutoring for the Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery are as follows:
Bachelor of Engineering Degree from Georgia Institute of Technology 1973
Registered Professional Engineer in Michigan 1984 through 2005
Have 30 years of engineering experience in industrial control of manufacturing systems in the automotive assembly, food and beverage, paper and pulp, household consumer (cleaning) products, aluminum extrusion, and munitions industries. During engineering career conceptualized, estimated, designed, installed, and commissioned complex control systems using, mechanical, electrical, electronic, pneumatic and hydraulic components and subsystems. Applied motor control systems, variable frequency controllers, DC motor controls, program logic controllers and PCs to the control of industrial processes.
I passed the Georgia Assessments for the Certification of Educators tests in the areas of High School Mathematics and General Science in 2007 and 2008.
I currently teach Mathematics in High School and have tutored high school students in math, physics and the ASVAB in that some of my students have wanted help in getting a better score on the ASVAB.
Have knowledge of construction and renovation in that I have made drywall, framing, plumbing, electrical, deck, gutter, roofing, fascia and soffit repairs to my own home and to others. I have repaired my appliances and yard equipment including washer, dryer, lawnmower, tiller, chipper/shredder and chain saw. This includes repair of small gasoline engines.
My least experience area may be in the automotive information area but I am familiar with the concepts of the internal combustion engine and basic repairs required.