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Engineering Diploma Programs

Computer Aided Design & Drafting(NOC:2252)

The graduate will know how to create professional mechanical drawings from scratch with today's most popular drawing software. The course will give a depth of knowledge of most powerful features newest engineer design programs for Architects, engineers, drafters, and design-related professionals in order to create, view, manage, plot, share, and reuse accurate, information-rich drawings including enhancements, system requirements, and time saving techniques.

The graduate will have profound knowledge of Blueprint Reading for Machine Trades, Fundamentals of Geometric Dimensioning and Tolerancing, Material and Processing in Manufacturing, and CNC Programing

Computer Aided Design & Drafting


This program is designed to prepare the graduate for a position as an Administrative Officer or Administrative Services Co-ordinator. It incorporates Introduction to Contemporary Business, Introduction to Business Mathematics, Introduction to Financial Accounting, Introduction to Market Management, Introduction to Presentation Software, Introduction to Spreadsheets Software, Introduction to Doc. Production Software, Financial Accounting,Introduction to Accounting Software, Introduction to Database Software, Business Communication, Fundamental of Investments, Ethical issues in the world of Business, Introduction to Human Resources. In addition, a module is included on common office procedures.

Course Outline

- Blueprint Reading for Machine Trades
- Fundamentals of Geometric Dimensioning and Tolerancing
- Material and Processing in Manufacturing
- CNC Programming
- Autodesk Inventor
- Solid Edge
- PTC Creo Parametric
- SolidWorks Fundamentals
- SolidWorks Advanced
- Mastercam Fundamentals
- Mastercam Advanced
- CATIA Fundamentals
- CATIA Advanced
- Pro/Engineer Wildfire Fundamentals
- Pro/Engineer Wildfire Advanced
- Unigraphics NX Fundamentals
- Unigraphics NX Advanced
- Autocad Fundamentals
- Autocad Advanced
- MicroStation Fundamentals
- MicroStation Advanced
- Career & Employment Strategies

Duration of the course is 2 years
Canadian Technology College issues a Diploma after completion of the course

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Your Career

As a graduate of this program, you may pursue future career options, such as:

  • business products designer
  • consumer products designer
  • container designer
  • furniture designer
  • industrial design consultant
  • industrial designer
  • industrial products designer
  • product designer
Industrial designers conceptualize and produce designs for manufactured products. They are employed by manufacturing industries and private design firms or they may be self-employed.

Job opportunities

Industrial designers are mainly employed either in the manufacturing industry or in the professional, scientific and technical services industry to provide specialized design services. Retail and wholesale trade are other key industries for employment.
Employment of industrial designers has grown in Ontario over the last few years and is expected to remain favourable during the forecast period. These professionals conceptualize and produce designs for a variety of manufactured goods, such as toys, cameras, medical devices and other industrial products. As such, the level of manufacturing activity and consumer spending will strongly influence job prospects. The amount of goods produced and sold increased overall in the manufacturing industry recently. This includes office furniture and fixtures manufacturing, which employs a sizable share of these designers.

Salary

  • Canada – CA$17.50 – CA$46.00/ hour
  • Ontario – CA$17.50 – CA$52.88/ hour
  • Toronto – CA$17.50 – CA$52.88/ hour

Canadian Technology College

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CTC offers training in a wide variety of highly demanded careers, which are essential in any business environment. Training courses at Canadian Technology College are designed to give students not only greater breadth of knowledge and depth in a particular field, but also more self-confidence through testing themselves in a variety of new areas.

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Canadian Technology College

2727 Steeles Avenue West
(LADA building)
Suite 305
Toronto, Ontario
M3J 3G9 Canada

Tel: (416) 663-0665
Fax: (416) 663-9365
Email: study@CTCollege.ca