CNC & Precision Machining
Community Partnerships Office and the School of Mechanical & Engineering Technologies
Casa Loma Campus
14 weeks (312 hours) of in-class training
5 weeks (175 hours) of field placement
Monday, October 5, 2020
Programs graduates will receive a Certificate of Completion and Ontario post-secondary credits for some courses
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What To Do Next
FULL PROGRAM DESCRIPTION
CNC and Precision Machining Skills Training program is a skills-based employment program that prepares participants for entry level work within the Manufacturing sector. Students will learn how to:
- Safely operate shop equipment
- Read and interpret technical drawings
- Design and manufacture tools, jigs, fixtures, precision fabrication assemblies and prototypes
- Use of computer-aided design/computer-aided manufacturing software, precision machining equipment and CNC machine tool technology
This program integrates precision machining methods with Computer Controlled Machine Technology (CNC) in state-of-art Precision Machining, CAD/CAM, CNC, and Welding labs.
Program curriculum is based on input from industry employers and faculty in George Brown College’s Centre for Construction and Engineering Technologies. Courses will provide graduates with Ontario Public College Credits, which may be applied towards further education (i.e. Ontario Public College Diploma) and graduates will receive a George Brown College Certificate.
|Course Code||Course Title|
|MENG 1027||Introduction to Machining|
|CADE 1004||Introduction to CNC|
|CADE 2029||Computer Aided Manufacturing|
|MENG 1026||Introduction to Mechanical CAD|
|CADE 2030||Intermediate CNC|
CAREERS AND POST-GRADUATE STUDY OPPORTUNITIES
Graduates may find employment in areas as:
- Transit and OEM automotive parts companies
- Health care
- Construction and building industries
- Electrical and electronics industries
- Tool & Die Making
- General machining
- CNC precision machining and tool-making industries
- Research, prototyping and development of new and existing products
Precision Machining, CAD/CAM, Welding, Digital Manufacturing and CNC technology covers the spectrum from traditional manufacturing to sophisticated high-speed, high-precision manufacturing that is required in the design and production of highly specialized equipment and machinery. In addition, these technologies play a vital role in research and development of new and existing products.
The future of the tooling industry will depend on highly educated and highly skilled technicians, and our program provides graduates with a solid foundation and an advantage to succeed in this rapidly evolving industry.
TUITION AND FEES
There are no fees. This program is funded by the Province of Ontario. It is not eligible for OSAP funding.
HOW TO QUALIFY AND APPLY
- Must be 18 years of age or older
- Interested applicants will be assessed for English and Math skills (Ontario Grade 12 or equivalent)
- Applicants must have a current resume and be able to demonstrate interest and suitability to both training and employment within CNC and Precision Machining
- Must be able to work in Ontario
- Permanent resident or Canadian citizen
- Must be able to commit to up to 20 weeks of training and work placement
For more information, please contact Erick Ayala, Project Coordinator at 416.415.5000 ext. 3007 or email: PreAppPrograms@georgebrown.ca.