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Faculty of Applied Science & Technology

Mechanical Technician – Tool Making

The fast route to apprenticeship – and to a career in tool making.

For the Winter 2021 semester, this program will be delivered through a hybrid model that combines remote and in-person learning. View delivery modes for all programs.

Courses

Creative, innovative learning is at the core of all Sheridan’s courses. Here are the courses you’ll take in this program.

CODE TITLE CREDITS
Semester 1    
ENGI11044 Precision Machining 1a 6
ENGI14998 Precision Machining 1b 6
ENGI18634 Manufacturing Trade Safety 3
MATH14207 Trade Calculations 1 3
APPL19402 Computer Applications 3
PMTC91002 Trade Blue Print Reading 1 3
COMM15586 Industrial Workplace Preparation 3
Total:   27
     
Semester 2    
ENGI19207 Precision Machining 2 13
CADD13685 Concepts and Mechanical Application 3
MATH22350 Trade Calculations 2 3
CNCM14579  CNC Manual Part Programming 3
ENGI24310 Trade Blue Print Reading 2 3
Cross College General Elective 3
Total:   28
     
Semester 3    
ENGI10408 Tool Making 10
MATH20036 Trade Calculations 3 3
CNCM10146 CNC Set-up and Machining 3
CNCM15738 CNC Computerized Programming 3
ENGI21486 Fluid Power 3
  Cross College General Elective 3
Total:   25
     
Semesters 4–7 (Fall, Winter, Spring, Fall)  
  Work Placement – Minimum 2,000 hours  
     
Semester 8    
ENGI10009 Advanced Tool Making 15
CADD23223 Parametric Solid Modelling for Machining Trades 4
ENGI54635 Quality Assurance Metrology 3
CNCM17545 Cutter Paths and 3D Models 3
BUSM14998G Entrepreneurism Concepts, Trends and Challenges 3
Total:   28

Note:  Course subject to change


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