Precision Metal Machining
Red River College, Canada
About This Program
Students considering this program should have an interest in mechanical equipment and enjoy putting things together. Good eyesight (with corrected vision if required), manual dexterity, and physical fitness (including the ability to stand for extended periods) are necessary as well. Students with physical disabilities, when considering application to this program, should contact the College to have a personal assessment.
If you want to influence how things in your world are made, then precision metal machining is for you. This Precision Metal Machining is a pre-employment program consisting of theory and practical training and designed for students wishing to:
This Electrical Engineering Technology program is being offered at the Notre Dame Campus in Winnipeg.
Because the forming and production of precision metal parts is fundamental to our economy, the industry is fast-paced and technologically advanced. Consequently, there is an ever-increasing demand for skilled workers. A world of opportunities is available in well paying career positions with fair and competitive compensation packages. Job security in the industry is better than ever, and opportunities exist to grow and keep pace with new technologies. Career planning could include:
Graduates will be competent in the following:
|Course Code||Course Name||Credit Hours|
|CNTC-1081||Interpreting Engineering Drawings||3|
|COMM-1095||Communication Skills 1||2|
|MANU-1022||Basic Machining Theory||4|
|MANU-1033||Basic Machining Practical||4|
|SEMR-9209||General Safety Training||0|
|COMM-2119||Communications Skills 2||2|
|MANU-1021||Dimensional Metrology and GD&T||4|
|MANU-2002||Advanced Machining Theory and Practical||4|
|SEMR-9540||AC-204 Machinist Theory Level 1 Accreditation||0|
Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) is a process which document and compares an individual's prior learning gained from prior education, work and life experiences and personal study to the learning outcomes in College courses or programs. So if you think your grades are good enough, apply for Recognition of Prior Learning for some of the courses of this program to decrease the number of subjects you have to take. Talk to your assigned IVC Visa Counselor or Documentation Officer for advice.
College : Skilled Tradees
Duration : one year
Qualifications Level : Certificate
|Health Insurance Coverage||456|
|Materials and Lab Fees||1,332|
|Application Fee (Non-refundable)||100|
|Tuition Fee Deposit (Non-refundable)||400|
|Confirmation of Enrolment Fee||10.50|
Please note that all fees listed above are in Canadian Dollars. However, other fees may not have been included (e.g. airport pick-up). The above expenses represent only an estimate of what is to be invested in your education and may be changed at any time without notice by Red River College. Please check with your IVC-assigned Visa Counselor or Documentation Officer periodically for any changes.
Intake Dates :
The intake for the Precision Metal Machining program is September. Make sure you check with us first though since the Start Date and Term Breaks may vary. Beginning an application 6 months in advance of the intake date will allow you a lot of time to prepare for the visa application.
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Admission and entry requirements for this qualification are in accordance with the academic regulations. You must comply with the following requirements:
While not required, it is recommended that you complete a Grade 12 Science subject equivalent.
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