Mechanical Engineering Technician-Industrial Maintenance

Courses

Mechanical Engineering Technician-Industrial Maintenance-2023/2024

Level 1
Gen Ed - Take a 3 credit General Education elective course
Take all of the following Mandatory Courses:
ELEC-1144Electricity-Intro4
An introductory course to the basic theory and practice related to Industrial Electricity. Topics include basic electrical test equipment, electrical DC and AC theory, motors and components, different types of voltages, magnetism and electro-magnetism, motor control circuits, and circuit protection devices. The practical section concludes with building simulated, motor control circuits as well as troubleshooting assignments. Electrical Safety will be stressed.
DEVL-1054Skills for Career Success2
This course will cover topics in digital literacy, career management and workplace communication.
MATH-1212Mathematics for Trades 12
An introductory level course that teaches students the necessary mathematical skills that will enable them to be successful in the trades programs.
MECH-1115Basic Mechanics Theory6
This course will cover the importance of codes, regulations and standards associated with the various industries where industrial mechanics commonly practice their trade. The student will understand the need to maintain a safe work environment; the use of PPE and safety equipment, as well as, performing the necessary lock-out, tag-out procedures to obtain a zero energy state. Students will be introduced to the proper use of hand and portable power tools. This course will introduce the student to steps in preparing a work area with the tools and equipment needed to layout and fabricate work pieces.
MECH-1002Applied Basic Mechanics2
This course will introduce the student to the importance of safety related functions with respect to the Occupational Health & Safety Act and Regulations. WHMIS and fire safety practices will be reinforced and assessed. Fundamental to this course is the proper, safe use of hand tools and portable power tools, shop machines and precision measuring devices to create objects and projects common to millwrighting.
MTNC-1027Routine Maintenance Theory 16
This course will introduce the student to trade activities routinely performed as part of a prescribed preventative maintenance program. Procedures and methods will be studied for the following tasks: lubrication of systems and components; types and uses for fasteners; leveling of components; carrying out rough, dial and laser alignments; vibration analysis; balancing procedures; non-destructive testing; rigging and hoisting methods and equipment.
MTNC-1028Applied Routine Maintenance 11.5
This course works in tandem with MTNC-1027 and provides the student with the opportunity to apply the procedures and methods to build skills related to: lubrication of systems and components; types and uses for fasteners; leveling of components; carrying out rough, dial and laser alignments; vibration analysis; balancing procedures; non-destructive testing; rigging and hoisting methods and equipment.

Level 2
Take all of the following Mandatory Courses:
ELNC-3041Fundamentals of PLCs1.5
The course is designed to provide the fundamental knowledge and skills required to comprehend, program, and troubleshoot PLC control systems. After beginning with the study of Power Supplies and Digital Logic concepts, the course explores the fundamentals of PLC systems. The course then proceeds with control diagrams, programming languages and ladder logic control circuits. The course also explains what is available in PLC control and where and why they are used.
MATH-3087Mathematics for Trades 22
A second level course that teaches students the necessary mathematical skills that will enable them to be successful in the trades programs.
DRAF-1067Drawings & Schematics2
This course addresses the techniques for reading the manufacturer' manuals, drawing and sketching machine components, including sectional views. Upon successful completion of this course, the student will be able to read and extract necessary information from manufacturer's manuals. The student will be able to interpret the various types of engineering drawings and sketches: Pictorial, oblique, isometric, sectional, one line, piping and wiring schematics. Also, the student will be able to apply information on building, rebuilding and maintenance of equipment to specifications and the use of information extracted from existing drawings and sketches.
MACH-3097Fundamentals of Fluid Power6
This course will provide the student with knowledge and the application of fluid power systems including pneumatics and hydraulics. Studies cover identification of system components; the operation of components; maintenance of components and systems; troubleshooting of components and systems. Students will practice the skill of reading from schematics in order to assemble and correctly operate fluid power systems.
MACH-3098Applied Fluid Power2.5
In this course the student will apply the fundamental practices common to pneumatic and hydraulic systems and their components. Tasks that will be carried out will include disassembly/reassembly of: positive displacement and dynamic pumps and compressors, flow control valves, pressure relief valves, and directional control valves. Understanding the various applications of fluid power will be imparted to the student through the practice of reading schematic diagrams and building basic pneumatic and hydraulic circuits.
MACH-3099Machining Theory2
This course will provide the student with the fundamental knowledge required to operate standard layout and measuring tools, hand tools, and a variety of machine tools which may be required to produce, maintain or repair industrial machinery.
MACH-3100Practical Machining3.5
This course will provide the student the fundamental skills required to operate standard layout and measuring tools, hand tools and a variety of machine tools which may be required to produce, maintain or repair industrial machinery. Students will also complete an Online Health and Safety Workshop related to workplace safety.
BUSI-1103Introduction to Small Business Concepts3
This introductory course will examine some of the theoretical concepts and practical experiences necessary for effectively running a small business. A wide variety of topics such as the social and ethical responsibility of a contemporary business, the importance of human resource and financial resource management, and the current trends in Canadian business will be studied.

Level 3
Gen Ed - Take a 3 credit General Education elective course
Take all of the following Mandatory Courses:
CADD-1039Computer Aided Design for MIM2
This course is designed to introduce the student to two and three dimensional CAD (Computer Aided Design) using Solidworks 2014 software. Topics will include: set up of user interface, file management, creating and editing two dimensional sketch geometry, creating solid models, analyzing and editing geometry and creating engineering drawings.
WELD-1016Welding Theory2
This course will provide theoretical knowledge in ARC, MIG and TIG together with the oxy-acetylene welding procedures which will allow the student to recognize basic welding joints.
WELD-1017Applied Welding3
This course will provide the student with the required knowledge and skills to perform basic welding joints using MIC and Tig together with the oxy-acetylene arc welding techniques as expected of an Industrial Maintenance Mechanic.
MACH-5058Power Transmission Methods6
This theory course will survey the various components, equipment and machines that comprise power conveyance by mechanical means. Such systems may include: gear drives, belt drives, chain drives and direct drive methods. Students will come to understand the components of such systems, which include shafts, bearings, seals, couplings, clutches, brakes, fans and blowers. Understanding the importance of proper installation and maintenance of components within power transmission equipment will be stressed.
MACH-5059Power Transmission Applied2.5
This course will provide the student with the basic practical skills for selection, installation and maintenance of various components that comprise common mechanical power conveyance equipment as described in the power transmission methods course.
MTNC-3007Routine Maintenance Theory 23
The intent of this course is to carry on the study of trade activities that are routinely performed by a mechanical engineering technician. Topics of importance are related to the servicing of machines, components and mechanical systems in general. Discussion will directly address: servicing of piping, tanks and containers; servicing of conveying systems and prime movers such as, internal combustion engines and turbines; servicing of robotics and automated equipment.
MTNC-3008Applied Maintenance Theory 21
This course works in tandem with MTNC-3007 and provides the student with the opportunity to apply the procedures and methods to build skills related to: servicing of piping, tanks and containers; servicing of conveying systems and prime movers such as, internal combustion engines and turbines; servicing of robotics and automated equipment.

Gen Ed - Electives
Take 6 General Education Credits -
Normally taken in Levels 1 and 3

Program Residency
Students Must Complete a Minimum of 18 credits in this
program at Fanshawe College to meet the Program Residency
requirement and graduate from this program

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