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TASC - ITE Competition

Briggs & Stratton Small Engine Competition

 

I. CONTEST PURPOSE
The purpose of the Power Mechanics contest is to evaluate each contestant's ability and knowledge in the area of Small Engines.

 

II. ELIGIBILITY
Contestants must be presently enrolled in an industrial technology course.

 

III. LEVEL OF COMPETITION
A. Level I (Grades 7-9)
B. Level II (Grades 10-12)

 

IV. SPECIFIC REGULATIONS
A. Students will compete on an individual basis.
B. Only the tools and reference materials furnished by the college may be used for the laboratory and written portions of the contest.

 

V. PROCEDURE

  • Registration: Each contestant must register for the event at Benthack Hall, Room 103, by 9:00 a.m. and then report to Room 138. Additional information will be provided at that time.
  • The laboratory evaluation will be the first phase of the competition. The
    participants will identify components of Briggs and Stratton engines.
  • The second phase will be a written exam consisting of material from the laboratory activity and additional material concerning other types of air-cooled
    engines.

VI. CRITERIA FOR EVALUATION
A. Total evaluation will be based on a 50/50 basis (50% laboratory and 50%
written examination).

 

VII. AWARDS
A. First, second and third place certificates will be awarded to the top three
(3) contestants.

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