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Manufacturing Technology
TMJ2O
MANUFACTURING TECHNOLOGY - Open


Recommended Prerequisite: TTI1O
This course introduces students to the scope of the manufacturing industry, the various components used in the design of products, the industrial tools and equipment used, and methods of manufacturing, including assembly-line production. Students will learn about technical drawing; preparation processes; manufacturing techniques; power, electronic, and quality control systems; careers in the manufacturing field; and the role of entrepreneurs in Canadian society.

GRADE 11 MANUFACTURING ENGINEERING TECH - Coll. Prep.

Recommended Prerequisite: TMJ2O
Students may select only ONE of: 1 credit TMJ3C MANUFACTURING 2 credit TMJ3CU MANUFACTURING
These courses focus on design principles, pneumatic, and hydraulic control systems and traditional and advanced manufacturing processes. Students will solve problems and make the critical decisions necessary to develop efficient production systems. They will also study the broad range of career opportunities available in the manufacturing sector and their educational requirements, and will research the scope of the manufacturing industry and the impact of its products on individuals, society, and the environment.

GR. 12 MANUFACTURING ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY - College Prep.

Prerequisite: TMJ3C. Students may select ONLY ONE of: 1 credit TMJ4C MANUFACTURING 2 credit TMJ4CU MANUFACTURING
These courses focus on advanced manufacturing and engineering and provide students with an opportunity to develop specialized knowledge and skills used in sophisticated production processes. Students will solve problems, make the decisions necessary to develop a product for manufacture, and examine production methods, quality control systems, and environmental and societal impacts.

TMJ3EZ MANUFACTURING TECHNOLOGY - WELDING/FABRICATION
Recommended prerequisite: TMJ2O
This course helps clarify for young people the broad range of career opportunities available within the manufacturing sector. Students will acquire design and fabrication skills using a variety of materials, tools, equipment, and processes, and will construct products that adhere to design specifications and meet quality control standards. In addition to developing employability and technical skills, students will develop an understanding of the impact of the manufacturing sector on consumers, society, ad the environment.