Mechanical Engineering Technician - Industrial | St. Clair College
Program Code: T855
Status: Open
Two Year - Ontario College Diploma
Starts: September

Temporary Delivery Due to the COVID-19 Pandemic:
Fall 2020 Program/Course Delivery

Contact:
Scott Smillie
519-972-2727 ext. 4750

Program Overview

Industrial Mechanics make parts using various hand and machine tools. They perform welding and fabrication, installation of fluid power systems, pumps, valves and piping and possess basic electrical skills. They also perform machine repair and trouble-shooting of industrial mechanical systems and material-handling equipment and have skills in rigging of loads and crane operations. This program appeals to students who have a mechanical aptitude and enjoy hands on work. They need to be organized and enjoy a challenge while working both independently and as part of a team.

Program Highlights

  • Small class sizes and hands on learning environment provides graduates with advanced Industrial knowledge and skills.
  • Millwright shop exposes students to machining, alignment, hydraulics and pneumatics, electrical, precision measuring, pump stations, welding, pipe fitting, rigging, and more.
  • Graduates enjoy very good employment prospects.

Career Opportunities

Job opportunities are great for technicians to work in industrial and manufacturing environments in power generation, food processing and water/waste treatment plants. With a strong background in both theory and practice, graduates are well prepared for positions as millwright apprentice.

Admission Requirements

OSSD with the majority of courses at the College (C), University (U), University/College (M) or Open (O) level plus:

  • Grade 12 Math (C) or (U)
  • Senior Level Physics (C) or (U) is recommended

Mature students - See Admission Procedures for details.

Courses

The curriculum below is for incoming students:

Semester 1
Code Title Credits
TML122
Shop Theory I
3
TML118
Shop Practice I
8
MTCT109
Applied Technical Math
4
CAM103
Blueprint & Geometric Dimension & Tolerancing
3
MTCT201G
Technological Developments
3
Semester 2
Code Title Credits
MTCT224
Millwright Mechanics & Rigging
4
MTCT226
Industrial Fluid Mechanics I
3
MTCT225
Machine Mechanics
2
WLD208
Basic Welding Process & Fabricating
3
ELEC1030
Choose 1 Elective Course
3
MTCT209
Engineering CAD
3
Semester 3
Code Title Credits
ELC308
Industrial Electricity
4
MTCT312
Machine Tool Technology III
5
MTCT317
Fluid Power II
3
MTCT319
Millwright Mechanics III
3
PSE445G
Industrial Environmental Awareness
3
MTCT321
Applied Statistics & Quality Control
2
Semester 4
Code Title Credits
MTCT412
Machine Tool Technology IV
4
MTCT415
Fluid Power III
5
MTCT407
Millwright Mechanics IV
4
MGN117
Small Business Exploration
3
MTCT404
Trends In Industry
2
MTCT430
Robotic Repair And Maintenance
3

Your Investment

The standard tuition and compulsory fees for the current academic year:

2020-2021 Tuition Fees

For programs with Experiential Learning (Work Placement/Internship): Costs for accommodation, if needed, travel and related expenses is at the student's own expense. It is recommended for most programs, that students have access to a laptop or desktop computer while away from home during experiential learning periods.

Textbooks and other materials are in addition to Tuition Fees. Textbook prices may be found through the Bookstore website.

Please be aware that tuition and compulsory fees are subject to adjustment each year. The College reserves the right to change, amend or alter fees as necessary without notice or prejudice.

Program Physical Demands Analysis

Program Vocational Learning Outcomes

Mechanical Engineering Technician (Ontario College Diploma) (MTCU Code 51007)

The graduate has reliably demonstrated the ability to:

  1. Complete all work in compliance with current legislation, standards, regulations and guidelines.
  2. Apply quality control and quality assurance procedures to meet organizational standards and requirements.
  3. Comply with current health and safety legislation, as well as organizational practices and procedures.
  4. Apply sustainability best practices in workplaces.
  5. Use current and emerging technologies to support the implementation of mechanical engineering projects.
  6. Analyze and solve mechanical problems by applying mathematics and fundamentals of mechanical engineering.
  7. Interpret, prepare and modify mechanical engineering drawings and other related technical documents.
  8. Contribute to the design and the analysis of mechanical components, processes and systems applying fundamentals of mechanical engineering.
  9. Manufacture, assemble, maintain and repair mechanical components according to required specifications.
  10. Verify the specifications of materials, processes and operations to support the design and production of mechanical components.
  11. Contribute to the planning, implementation and evaluation of projects.
  12. Develop strategies for ongoing personal and professional development to enhance work performance.