28 weeks or 42 weeks
Full-time certificate or diploma
Vehicles and machinery need custom parts to operate effectively. This programme develops professionals that are capable of producing these components. Throughout their programme, students work alongside an industry-trained faculty in a 8,000 square foot lab.
They work on both manual machines as well as automated Computer Numerical Control (CNC) machining equipment. They also learn to operate precision tools; read and interpret blueprints; understand technical mathematics, and gain exposure to workshop theory and practice.
Upon completion, they could take on jobs as machinists; tool or mould and die makers; CNC machinists or programmers; or jobber shop machinists in various sectors such as automotive, mining, forestry, and aviation. To prepare, students take on a two-week work placement.
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