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. That's why you receive training in both electrical and mechanical trades, making you a sought after skilled worker in the construction and manufacturing industry.
- Apply the principles of fluid power and physics to operate modern industrial hydraulic and pneumatic systems.
- 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
- Design and build motor control circuits used for industrial applications.
- Understand many aspects of industrial mechanics, industrial electrical, electronic and computer controls.
- Install and maintain a wide range of equipment in modern industrial plants.