Manufacturing training courses and schools
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Total 145 training course(s)/program(s) at schools in Canada.



Vancouver Community College

Training Centre/Campus: Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada
Phone No.: 604.871.7000

Tailoring

Course Format: Public Course / Instructor-Led / Open Enrollment

Designing realistic garments and making accurate, well-fitting patterns requires a sound knowledge of all types of garment construction. This course combines the study and practice of machine tailoring with that of hand tailoring, providing students with a link between mass production and haute couture methods of garment construction.


North Island College

Training Centres/Campuses: Campbell River, Courtenay, Port Alberni, Port Hardy, Ucluelet, British Columbia, Canada
Phone No.: 1-800-715-0914

Aircraft Sheet Metal Manufacturing Technician (Certificate)

Course Format: Public Course / Instructor-Led / Open Enrollment  V


The 4 ½ month Aircraft Sheet Metal Manufacturing Technician program will prepare you for entry level careers in the aircraft manufacturing industry. No previous experience is necessary. Students will become familiar with a wide range of topics - from aircraft systems and sheet metal fabrication to Transport Canada regulatory requirements and safe workplace practice. Shop and classroom instruction are used in combination throughout the program. Coursework also includes WHIMIS and First Aid training.

Upon completion, graduates will be highly employable as sheet metal technicians, or they can choose to keep learning and enter NIC&,#146,s Aircraft Structures Technician (AME-S) program for time credit and Transport Canada certification.

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The Aircraft Sheet Metal Manufacturing Technician Program is a solid option for anyone wanting a quick entry into the aerospace industry, and a rewarding career building and repairing a... [Read More]


Kwantlen Polytechnic University

Training Centres/Campuses: Langley, Richmond, Surrey, British Columbia, Canada
Phone No.: 604-599-2000

Mass Manufacturing

Course Format: Public Course / Instructor-Led / Open Enrollment  V

Students will research and practice mass manufacturing methodologies. They will practice pattern grading techniques manually and digitally using apparel industry-specific software. Computer-based markers (pattern piece layouts on fabric) will be produced from student-generated graded patterns. They will study and simulate domestic and global production planning and management. They will create complete specification packages and quality control manuals. Students will also review the use of CAD in the apparel industry. They will practice and assess team dynamics in a production environment. They will analyze the inter-relationships between production, design, and marketing functions within an apparel company.


Camosun College

Training Centre/Campus: Victoria, British Columbia, Canada
Phone No.: 250-370-3000

CAM

Course Format: Public Course / Instructor-Led / Open Enrollment

Introduction to the basics of CAM. Computerized Numerical Control (CNC) programming using G and M codes. Verification of part programs on Mori-Seiki Machining Centre and Lathe. Students will have the opportunity to use application software for the generation of G and M codes.


St. Lawrence College Corporate Learning & Performance Improvement

Training Centre/Campus: Kingston, Ontario, Canada
Phone No.: 613.544.5400 ext. 1348

Manufacturing Operator

Course Format: On-Site / In-House / Private Tutoring  V

The Manufacturing Operator Program has been created in response to employer needs in the industry sector. The program incorporates curriculum and scheduling as industry representatives have advised. Students successfully completing this training benefit from local employer recognition of the program and can be recognized with preferred status in the hiring process.

Participants in the Manufacturing Operator Program are familiarized with the machinery, equipment and tools used in manufacturing processes. Students acquire the knowledge required to be productive in the dynamic setting of manufacturing. They also benefit from developing employability skills which employers deem critical to individual and team performance. These include critical thinking, problem solving, teams, conflict resolution, and communication skills. Students develop operator maintenance skills and quality control aptitude through this training.

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Manufacturing Leadership (Certificate)

Course Format: On-Site / In-House / Private Tutoring  V

The Manufacturing Leadership Certificate Program is a joint venture between Ontario’s Colleges and the Alliance of Manufacturers and Exporters of Canada. The program has been developed to supply the skills required by supervisors in industry today and delivered in five distinct 30 hour modules.

Suitable for: Manufacturing companies wishing to update and refresh the skills of their managers and supervisors.


St. Clair College Continuing Education

Training Centre/Campus: Windsor, Ontario, Canada
Phone No.: 1-800-387-0524

Manufacturing Leadership (Certificate)

Course Format: On-Site / In-House / Private Tutoring  V

The Manufacturing Leadership Certificate Program (MLCP) is supervisory training designed by manufacturers for manufacturers, in collaboration with the Canadian Manufacturers and Exporters (CME) and your community colleges. The MLCP&,#146,s success is based on practical and relevant content, flexible scheduling and on-site delivery of courses.

MLCP consists of the following FIVE courses: •Supervisory Skills for Business and Industry
•Coaching and Developing People (also a requirement of the CPIM Program)
•Developing Effective Teams (also a requirement of the CPIM Program)
•Continuous Improvement Processes
•The Business of Tomorrow


St. Clair College

Training Centre/Campus: Windsor, Ontario, Canada
Phone No.: 1-800-387-0524

CNC Manufacturing Theory - Mould/Tool & Die

Course Format: Public Course / Instructor-Led / Open Enrollment  V

The strength of the Tool and Die, and Mould Making industries in our region dictates that graduating students have a working knowledge of products these businesses manufacture. This course introduces students to the design, classification, construction and manufacture of moulds and dies. Students will be scheduled in the computer lab to view, modify and create CAD and CAM data relative to moulds and dies.


Sheridan College

Training Centres/Campuses: Brampton, Mississauga, Oakville, Ontario, Canada
Phone No.: 905-845-9430

Manufacturing Trade Safety

Course Format: Public Course / Instructor-Led / Open Enrollment  V

Students learn how to work safely in a potentially dangerous environment. Specifically they learn how to identify hazardous conditions and how to prevent work place accidents. Personal, work place and welding machinery/equipment safety are emphasized throughout the course. Students learn how to research safety related issues (i.e.: legislation and regulations) using the internet. Students participate in interactive lectures, discussions, demonstrations and role plays. Successful completion of the first aid and CPR training leads to a St. John¿s Ambulance First Aid Standard plus Level A CPR certification

Robotics in Manufacturing

Course Format: Public Course / Instructor-Led / Open Enrollment  V

Students are introduced to the use of robotics in a manufacturing environment. Students learn the past, present and future trends in robotics as they relate to a manufacturing environment. The course also has a practical component to it which involves students in the programming and operations of an actual robotic system. Programming is done in both in an on-line and off- line mode using either a CAD simulation package or the actual robotic controller. The offline programming is completed using a simulation package for moving the robotic arm around a work cell and the on-line programming is done through a teach pendant (HMI) programming terminal. The student learns to define and control EOA (end of arm) Tooling for a given set of tasks or jobs. Tasks include pick and place (assembly, part loading) or an actual manufacturing process such as welding, grinding or milling.

CIM Systems

Course Format: Public Course / Instructor-Led / Open Enrollment  V

Computer-Integrated Manufacturing (CIM) as a strategy helps to improve the performance of a manufacturing firm by integrating various functional areas of manufacturing. In this course students learn how CIM is applied in a manufacturing environment. Specifically, students explore the links between the various elements of a CIM system including computer-aided design, computer-aided manufacturing, computer-aided process planning, management of information systems and operations management. Students will apply knowledge and theories about CIM that they have learned in the classroom during lab time in the IMS Lab.

Computer Integrated Manufacturing

Course Format: Public Course / Instructor-Led / Open Enrollment  V

This course will cover modern production systems which are automated and integrated by computer systems. A survey of the automation techniques used in modern manufacturing facilities is presented. The integration process and the use of computers and computer networks to design the product, plan the production, control machines and operations as well as provide information processing functioons for the business related plant activities are discussed. Modern manufacturing strategies for automation, high volume production systems, quality control and automated inspection and factory data collection systems are presented. The course will have a significant lab component to emphasis the theory covered in this course.

Manufacturing Management (Certificate)

Course Format: Public Course / Instructor-Led / Open Enrollment  V

Sheridan&,#146,s Manufacturing Management program is ideal for you if you&,#146,re interested in innovation, lean manufacturing, energy management, sustainability, ERP, SAP and a variety of challenges faced by manufacturing and service organizations.

After completing the program you&,#146,ll be on the fast track to leadership careers in a variety of industries, including aerospace, alternative energies, power generation, food and beverage, medical instruments, tooling, automotive, plastics and pharmaceutical. Designed for students with degrees or diplomas in related programs, the program condenses a range of advanced production management skills into one year of intensive study. You&,#146,ll gain a competitive edge in the job market and open up a pathway to professional advancement in manufacturing management.


Sault College

Training Centre/Campus: Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario, Canada
Phone No.: 1.800.461.2260

Mechanical Engineering Technician - Manufacturing (Diploma)

Course Format: Public Course / Instructor-Led / Open Enrollment  V

The Mechanical Engineering Technician - Manufacturing program is designed to provide you with the knowledge and skills required to pursue a rewarding career as a Mechanical Technician in the steel, mining, and wind-energy industry. You will recieve a strong foundation in a wide variety of industrial applications including how to assist in preparing conventional and computer-assisted design (CAD) engineering designs, drawings and specifications, carry out mechanical tests and analysis of machines, components and materials, help with the design of material handling, drives and maintenance equipment for use in manufacturing processes, assist in the inspection of mechanical installations and conduction projects, and participate in the installation, repair and maintenance of machinery and equipment.

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