Grade 12 or equivalent or Mature Student Status. Mature students must successfully pass the test specified by the campus with minimum required score. Courses are open to any applicant who possesses a good command of the English language and is able to follow instructions. Full-time students must attend the required hours per week as per the course schedule and may do so at times convenient to them.
The program provides knowledge and skills required for research, design and development of mechanical systems, parts and products from their concept stage through all phases of engineering, fabrication, installation, commissioning, operation, modification, maintenance and decommissioning.
* Not all programs are offered at each location.
Graduates will be proficient in computer-aided design of mechanical engineering systems and equipment. Graduates will be able to apply mechanical design principles, select appropriate CAD software and create 2D/3D drawings of mechanical systems, parts and components. Industrial engineering may work independently or provide technical support and services in the development of production methods, facilities and systems, and the planning, estimating, measuring and scheduling of work. They are employed by manufacturing and insurance companies, government departments, and establishments in other industries
Upon completion of the program the participant must demonstrate the following core competencies:
- Mechanical Engineering Design Principals
- Finite Element Analysis
- CGD&T and BluePrint Reading
- Basic AutoCAD
- Advanced AutoCAD
- Basic Solidworks
- Advanced Solidworks
- Basic ProEngineer
- Advanced ProEngineer
- Basic AutoDesk Inventor
- Advanced AutoDesk Inventor
- Hands-on Project
- Engineering Project Management
- Technical Report Writing & Presentation Skills
- Canadian Industrial Practices & Workplace Culture