Mechanical Engineering Technician – Design (Fast-Track)
Centennial College’s Mechanical Engineering Technician – Design (Fast-Track) program is geared towards qualified college or university graduates who gain direct admission into year two (semester three) of this two-year program and receive their technician diploma in one year (two semesters).
|Full-time Duration:||1 year|
|Starting in:||January, September|
|Location:||Toronto, Canada / Blended / Online|
A project-based approach to learning is used in the courses of this college engineering diploma program. In small groups, you work on specific projects, learning how to plan, schedule, create, design and build as a part of a team. You also learn advanced computer-assisted drafting and computer-assisted manufacturing (CAD/CAM) skills.
This college engineering program offers variety to those who can combine strong conceptual thinking with a practical knowledge of machines and how they work.
You may either graduate as a technician after one year, or continue with additional study and co-op work experience in Centennial College’s Mechanical Engineering Technology – Design program. The additional study takes an extra year to complete.
- The Mechanical Engineering program makes use of a state-of-the-art lab, which features thermodynamic fluid power testing modules, and tensile, hardness and impact testers.
- Through a project-based approach that has an approximate 60-40 balance between theory and practice, you gain experience in machine shop operation, tool design and computer numerical control programming.
- Instruction is included in industry-current software in Inventor, Solidworks, and Mastercam, as well as modern CAD/CAM equipment.
“A good opportunity to be a member of the research team to conduct research for reputed institutions like University of Toronto and Centennial College. Gained a lot a new knowledge and hands-on experience in conducting research. Learned sampling techniques and different data analysis methods.”
Sushil Anu // Performance of Existing Oil-Grit Separators (Stormceptor) and Development a New Generation of Urban Sediment-Contaminant Separators