Manufacturing and Automation
Are you fascinated by how things work and how they're made? As more industrial and manufacturing processes become automated, the career opportunities for skilled technicians and engineering technologists will continue to grow.
The programs below will give you a sound understanding of electronics and mechanics, and show you how you can apply that knowledge to complex and large-scale systems.
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Prepare for employment in the energy industry with knowledge, skills and experience necessary for success.
Learn principles of electricity, embedded systems, communications, industrial electronics and problem solving skills in this 2-year diploma program!
Develop your engineering drawing, 3D modelling and computer-aided design and drafting skills to begin a rewarding career!
Install, maintain and repair the measuring and control instruments used in industrial and commercial processing.
Through a series of practical and theoretical experiences, learn how to measure and control industrial processes safely.
Learn how to properly test metals, non-metals, ceramics, composites and plastics in destructive and non-destructive ways.
With emphasis on engineering fundamentals and high-tech equipment and analysis techniques, you'll learn what it takes to become a mechanical engineering technologist.