PREMF-CT Precision Metal Machining

Courses and Descriptions

Courses and Descriptions

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Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL)
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CNTC-1069Science 1
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This course introduces students to the basic concepts of trade science. Students will learn about pure metals and alloys (focusing on steel and sheet metal), heat treatment methods and its effect on metals, and solving shop problems involving physical science principles including force, stress, horsepower, and efficiency.

CNTC-1081Interpreting Engineering Drawings
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In this course, students will be provided with an understanding of trade-related print reading skills and will learn to correctly calculate and interpret information from production drawings. Conventional drafting and sketching techniques, object representation, and symbol applications as they relate to the interpretation and understanding of working drawings and specifications will be covered.

COMM-1275Communication
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Clear and effective written and oral communication is essential for ensuring safety, quality production and operating efficiency in the technical field. Students will learn strategies and techniques to enable them to demonstrate effective communication for defined audiences and purposes. Digital skills will be incorporated, as will a brief overview on portfolio development.

COMM-2119Communications Skills 2
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Clear and effective written communication is essential for ensuring safety, quality production, and operating efficiency in the technical field. This course will provide the content to present instructions and procedures clearly and concisely. As well, this course will equip students with the knowledge and skills to communicate effectively with potential employers.

MANU-1018CNC Theory
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In this course, students will learn the theory underpinning set-up, operation, and basic programming to the level of a CNC machine operator. Topics include safety, measuring tools, machines and applications, axis recognition, basic CNC programming, and data input.

MANU-1019CNC Practical
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In this course, students will be exposed to basic manual programming. Students will set-up and operate CNC machining and turning centers.

MANU-1021Dimensional Metrology and GD&T
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This course focuses on measuring and gauging geometric tolerances - the fundamentals of dimensional metrology. Students will learn to identify appropriate features on various parts and how they are related, in addition to learning the basic skills of using inspection tools and equipment required to perform basic open set-ups on a variety of parts that are typical of what is found in industry. Students will apply principles of geometric dimensioning and tolerancing to the inspection and manufacturing processes following the ANSI Y14.5 M-1982 Standard. As well, students will inspect various parts using proper quality control methods. The methodology for proper verification, safe and proper use of lab equipment and facilities, and final report format will be modeled.

MANU-1022Basic Machining Theory
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This course will introduce and equip students with the basic theoretical knowledge underpinning the practical application of skills in operating various basic machine shop equipment - from bench work, grinder, lathe, milling machine, measuring tools, cut-off saws, and contour band saws, through to drilling machines.

MANU-1024CAD Fundamentals
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This course introduces students to solid modelling using Solid Edge, and the fundamental knowledge required to generate engineering drawings of mechanical components. Students will learn how to develop and modify solid models as well as shop drawings.

MANU-1033Basic Machining Practical
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This course will introduce and equip students with the basic practical application of skills in various basic machine shop operations. Students will receive instruction in various machine shop operations and equipment - from benchwork, grinder, lathe, milling machine, measuring tools, cut-off saws and contour band saws, through to drilling machines.

MANU-2002Advanced Machining Theory and Practical
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This course will provide students with the theoretical knowledge underpinning advanced practical application of skills in operating various basic machine shop equipment. Students will have the opportunity to practice advanced machining skills through lathe and mill projects.

MATH-1116Mathematics 1
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This course reviews the four mathematical operations in concepts such as whole numbers, fractions, and decimals using a calculator and without a calculator. Students also learn to apply principles of conversions using metric and imperial measurements, principles of percent, ratio and proportion and right-angle triangle. Students will be introduced to calculations involving perimeter, area and volume and will learn how to manipulate equations and formulae to solve shop-related problems. In most instances, students will apply mathematical knowledge to solve shop-related problems accurately and independently.

MATH-2119Mathematics 2
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This unit introduces the student to the principles of trade mathematics. It consists of a review of math concepts and continues with computed measure of plane and three-dimensional objects.

SAFE-1028WHMIS
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The Workplace Hazardous Materials System (WHMIS) is a system for ensuring that important information about hazardous products is communicated where products are used, stored and handled. This course provides Information necessary to understand and interpret information about hazardous products, including pictograms (symbols), labels and Safety Data Sheets.

SEMR-9209General Safety Training
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This General Safety Training (GST) teaches basic general safety content to arm students with the core information necessary for them to protect themselves in workplaces on all descriptions. Although some examples may consider Manitoba legislation, this course has been developed by occupational safety and health professionals using generic information that is not provincially specific.

SEMR-9540AC-204 Machinist Theory Level 1 Accreditation
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WELD-1008Gas Welding
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This course is designed to develop the welding knowledge and skills required to safely and effectively perform oxyacetylene welding.

WELD-1010MIG Welding
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This course is designed to develop the welding knowledge and skills required to safely and effectively perform gas metal arc welding (MIG). Students will also be introduced to gas tungsten arc welding (TIG).

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