|Faculty:||School of Applied Sciences, Apprenticeship, Skilled Trades & Technology
|Field of Study:||Mechanical Engineering/Mechanical Technology/Technician
|Description:||This program is designed for those intending to pursue a career as an industrial mechanic millwright. The unique delivery of this curriculum is of interest to those who are unable to attend college on a full time basis, but wish to prepare for a career change. The program focuses on the installation, service, repair and overhaul of industrial mechanical equipment. Theory is delivered online and practical components are delivered on Saturdays. Students can contact their teacher by e-mail, phone or they can arrange a tutorial.
Graduates of the program would be eligible to enter the second year of the Mechanical Technician Mechanical Maintenance and Control program and would also be eligible to challenge a trade exemption examination for the first year of the industrial mechanic millwright apprenticeship program. Students graduate with an Ontario College Certificate. Employment opportunities include apprentice industrial mechanic millwright or construction millwright, inside or outside salesperson for mechanical or fluid power transmission distributor, and entry-level position as a machine builder, junior mechanic, or technician.
Please note that this program has monthly intakes.