The Mechanical Engineering Techniques Summer Program for University Engineering Students is specifically designed to compliment engineering students, in any discipline, with theoretical knowledge and hands-on practical engineering skills. Topics include shop safety, engineering drawing, solid modeling (SolidWorks), basic and intermediate machining, welding, CNC machining and pneumatics. Course work emphasizes practical skills through lab activity.
- Cost: $3,822 | Domestic students (Students may be eligible for financial assistance through the Ontario Student Assistance Program, OSAP.)
- Cost: Approx. $15,000 | Visa students
(Fees are subject to change.)
What You’ll Learn
Upon completion of the program students will have a strong hands-on foundation in understanding the capabilities/limitation, applications, and safe operation of machining tools and equipment. Engineers with a firm understanding of machining principals and limitations can design systems for quick and easy manufacture. Further, students interested in the vast array of campus groups such as the Solar Car Team and Formula SAE will find this training invaluable.
Certification: Ontario College Certificate.
Semester 1A (May 8, 2017 – June 23, 2017) Courses:
- Machining Fundamentals I
- CAD with SolidWorks
- CNC Machining
Semester 1B (July 4, 2017 – August 18, 2017) Courses:
- Intermediate Machining with CNC Applications
- Pneumatic Systems
Location: Casa Loma Campus, 146 Kendal Ave. By the TTC: Exit at Dupont subway station, walk north on Spadina Rd. to MacPherson Ave., walk one block west to Kendal Ave. (Map)
|Enrol at www.ontariocolleges.ca
Students will need a credit card to register:
For more information:
Faculty of Applied Science & Engineering:
Professor Tony Sinclair
George Brown School of Mechanical Engineering Technologies (technical details of program):
416-415-5000 ext. 3260
George Brown School of Mechanical Engineering Technologies (registration inquiries):
(416) 415-5000 ext. 4800