Manufacturing

picture of drill bits and manufacturing equipment

Course Description

Manufacturing is the transformation of materials into products to meet human needs and wants.
Manufacturing technology courses provide students with opportunities to acquire knowledge and skills
in the areas of mechanical engineering, robotics and control systems, computer-aided manufacturing,
industrial maintenance, precision machining, welding, and sheet metal. Students will use a broad range
of tools and equipment while acquiring engineering, fabrication, and problem-solving skills through the
design and fabrication of various projects. Manufacturing courses will also help students understand the
effects of manufacturing technology on the environment and society. Manufacturing courses are
designed for students heading to an apprenticeship, to college or university, or directly to the workplace
in their pursuit of careers such as trades-person, technician, technologist, engineer, or any of the skilled
entry positions.

What You Will Do

Related Trades

Machinist, Fitter, Welder, Tool and Die Maker, Mould Maker, Drafting, Sheet Metal Worker, CNC Programmer, CNC Operator, Hydraulic and Pneumatic Mechanic, Quality Control Inspector, Facility Mechanic, Millwright, Iron Worker, Steam Fitter, Mechanical Engineer

 

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