Today's industrial machinery integrates mechanical, electrical, and electronic/computer systems. It's the kind of work that requires a variety of skills — from welding and blueprint reading to computer-aided drafting. In this program, you learn many aspects of industrial mechanics, industrial electrical, electronic and computer controls. When you graduate, you have the knowledge and skills to install and maintain a wide range of equipment in modern industrial plants.
You apply the principles of fluid power, and physics to correctly operate modern industrial hydraulic and pneumatic systems. You also learn to correctly use welding equipment for oxy-acetylene and arc welding, install wiring for residential, commercial, and industrial installations using engineering and architectural drawings to the standards of the Canadian Electrical Code Regulations, and connect and test various configurations of transformers used in power distribution.