Niagara College

Canada ,Ontario | Ontario

Diploma in Mechanical Engineering Technician

  • Duration: 24
  • $ 18690/year
  • IELTS: 6(6)
  • Diploma

The Niagara College of Applied Arts and Technology is a public college of applied arts and technology located in the Niagara Region and the city of Toronto in Southern Ontario, Canada. It is sometimes abbreviated as Niagara College and marketed as Niagara College Canada. There are 12,500 full-time students at the college, including roughly 4,000 from different overseas countries. It provides about 100 advanced level programs, baccalaureate degrees, and post-secondary diplomas. With almost 50,000 graduates, Niagara College has 291 faculty, 89 administration employees, and 224 support personnel. Niagara College was established in Welland in 1967 to provide students more courses focused on careers. This was the first institution in Canada to provide courses in winemaking and brewing. As tourism grew in Canada, the institution established the Tourism Industry Development Center (TIDC) to provide students with training in the industry. The Welland Campus, the Niagara-on-the-Lake Campus, and the Taif Campus are the three operational campuses for the college. Located at 100 Niagara College Boulevard is the Welland campus. Due to its strategic location, Niagara College - Toronto provides students with access to prestigious employers for field placements and networking opportunities. Going to school downtown also has other benefits for students, such as being close to fantastic cafes, restaurants, shopping, and Toronto attractions. The Niagara College - Toronto campus offers students the renowned applied learning programs of Niagara College in an easily accessible, secure, and energetic urban environment.

Are 3D modeling and prototyping, robotics, automation, and machines anything you're interested in? Automotive Engineering The duties of technicians frequently include planning, implementing, and assessing quality assurance processes; setting up and programming automation equipment; creating and presenting technical reports and drawings; employing fine instruments for inspection and testing. Our curriculum includes in-person instruction from business professionals to equip you with the job-ready skills that top employers demand today. Highlights: - Comprehensive hands-on labs using modern industrial machinery. - Industrial automation, such as PLC programming, CNC machining, and robotics. - Autodesk Inventor 3D modeling and prototyping. - Lean manufacturing, hydraulics, pneumatics, metal forming, and other production techniques are examples. - Data analysis and quality control. - Graduates may apply to the Ontario Association of Certified Engineering Technologists and Technicians (OACETT) for the Certified Technician (C.Tech.) title. - Graduates can find work in a variety of industries, including manufacturing, testing, heavy equipment, aerospace, automotive, and more. - After completing bridging courses, graduates have the option of entering the workforce immediately or entering NC's Mechanical Engineering Technology (Co-op) program with advanced standing. Career Possibilities: - CAD specialist - Programmer for CNC - Draftsperson - Estimator - Maintenance specialist - Mechanical engineer - Technician for production development - Quality assurance specialist - Robotics engineer - Technician in sales

FEES: Tuition: $18690 per year

IELTS: 6(6) Academics: 2.8 GPA

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