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Next Cohort: Sep 7-Apr 28
Sep 7-Apr 28
This program focuses on the field of Mechatronics from an industrial maintenance perspective. Conestoga will provide you with a combination of training in both electrical and mechanical maintenance including applications in automated manufacturing systems, industrial robotics, and system integration. The focus on creating highly technical mechatronics maintenance team members from this program, will allow you to integrate into a variety of industries with knowledge in Industry 4.0/IIOT, mobile robotics, and big data.
This program covers all the learning outcomes for Levels 1 and 2 of the Electrician and Millwright apprenticeship programs in Ontario. Students who pursue an apprenticeship in either trade may be exempt from these levels of in-school training. The optional co-op stream includes one paid co-op work term.
What You’ll Learn
- Select, use, modify and maintain machinery, tools, and equipment for the installation, manufacturing, and repair of basic mechanical components.
- Use typical workshop practices appropriately to fabricate mechanical components and assemble electrical components to complete electromechanical and automation projects.
- Interpret and prepare electrical, electronic, and mechanical drawings and other related technical documents and graphics to complete electromechanical and automation projects.
- Select and use test equipment and methods to assess a variety of electrical, mechanical, and electromechanical circuits, equipment, processes, systems, and subsystems.
- Modify, maintain, and repair electrical, electronic, and mechanical components, equipment, and systems to ensure they function according to specifications.
- Apply fundamental mathematical concepts and scientific principles to solve electrical, mechanical and automation problems.
- Maintain and troubleshoot automated equipment including robotic systems.
- Develop documentation and procedures, including frequency, tools and activities, for preventative maintenance on industrial equipment.
- Use appropriate technologies to support the implementation of electromechanical, manufacturing, and automation projects.
- Perform all work in compliance with relevant law, policies, codes, regulations, safety procedures, sustainability principles, quality assurance and standard organizational practices and procedures.
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Next Cohort: Sep 7-Apr 28
Student Reviews (2)
Conestoga cares about getting you a job. I studied computer programming and had chances to attend job fairs every month where I got to meet employers in KW (Kitchener-Waterloo) including big name startups. The instructors are all working professionals ...
Conestoga cares about getting you a job. I studied computer programming and had chances to attend job fairs every month where I got to meet employers in KW (Kitchener-Waterloo) including big name startups. The instructors are all working professionals and will help you understand not just the theory but what it's like to be a programmer. I liked my two years here and would recommend it to anyone who doesn't want to do a four-year compsci degree.