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Industrial Mechanic/Millwright

Industrial Mechanic/Millwright

  • Specialization: Industrial Mechanic/Millwright - Fall 2020 and Future Intakes
    • Millwright Safety and Orientation

      Co-Requisite: IMM-410

      This course introduces students to industry related health and safety requirements. Students will also gain insight into the Millwright trade and appropriate communication methods.

      Course Code: IMM-400
      Course Requirements: None

      Hours: 42

    • Tools and Fasteners

      Co-requisite: IMM-400

      This course introduces students to the safe and effective use of trade related hand and power tools. Students will also learn how to use basic measurement and precision measuring devices.

      Course Code: IMM-410
      Course Requirements: None

      Hours: 42

    • Prints, Drawings and Schematics

      This course focuses on basic print terminology and principles. Students gain the knowledge and skills required to extract basic information from prints, communicate this information, and develop basic sketching techniques.

      Course Code: IMM-420
      Course Requirements: None

      Hours: 42

    • Mathematics for Millwrights

      This course explores the mathematical knowledge required within the industrial mechanic/millwright field and includes a study of ratios, proportions, and the application of mathematical concepts.

      Course Code: IMM-430
      Course Requirements: None

      Hours: 42

    • Rigging, Lifting and Access Equipment

      This course allows students to explore various types of lifting and access equipment and how to safely and properly work with each.

      Course Code: IMM-440
      Course Requirements: Millwright Safety and Orientation

      Hours: 42

    • Welding 1 and Metallurgy (Theory)

      Co-requisite: IMM-460

      This course covers the appropriate use of oxy-fuel equipment in brazing, soldering, cutting, and welding operations.

      Course Code: IMM-450
      Course Requirements: None

      Hours: 42

    • Welding 1 and Metallurgy (Lab)

      Co-requisite: IMM-450

      This lab provides students the opportunity to apply their understanding of topics covered in Welding 1 and Metallurgy (Theory) with hands on experience.

      Course Code: IMM-460
      Course Requirements: Millwright Safety and Orientation,Tools and Fasteners

      Hours: 63

    • Lathes and Mills (Theory)

      Co-requisite: IMM-480

      This course provides students with the knowledge and skills required to use and maintain lathes, mills, and drills.

      Course Code: IMM-470
      Course Requirements: None

      Hours: 42

    • Lathes and Mills (Lab)

      Co-requisite: IMM-470

      This lab provides students the opportunity to apply the topics covered in Lathes and Mills (Theory) with hands on experience.

      Course Code: IMM-480
      Course Requirements: Millwright Safety and Orientation,Tools and Fasteners

      Hours: 84

    • Drive Systems

      This course focuses on exploring chain, belt, and gear drive systems and their proper applications.

      Course Code: IMM-490
      Course Requirements: Millwright Safety and Orientation,Tools and Fasteners

      Hours: 42

    • Welding 2 and Metallurgy (Theory)

      Co-requisite: IMM-510

      This course covers Shielded Metal Arc Welding (SMAW), Gas Metal Arc Welding (GMAW), and Gas Tungsten Arc Welding (GTAW) welding equipment and the appropriate application and maintenance of each.

      Course Code: IMM-500
      Course Requirements: Welding 1 and Metallurgy (Theory)

      Hours: 42

    • Welding 2 and Metallurgy (Lab)

      Co-requisite: IMM-500

      This lab provides students the opportunity to apply their understanding of topics covered in Welding 2 and Metallurgy (Theory) with hands on experience and a focus on using SMAW equipment.

      Course Code: IMM-510
      Course Requirements: Millwright Safety and Orientation,Tools and Fasteners,Welding 1 and Metallurgy (Lab)

      Hours: 84

    • Alignment

      This course focuses on proper use, maintenance, and troubleshooting of alignment equipment.

      Course Code: IMM-520
      Course Requirements: Millwright Safety and Orientation,Tools and Fasteners

      Hours: 63

    • Millwright Capstone Project

      Students will complete a final project using the knowledge gained throughout the Millwright program.

      Course Code: IMM-530
      Course Requirements: Millwright Safety and Orientation,Tools and Fasteners,Prints, Drawings and Schematics,Mathematics for Millwrights,Rigging, Lifting and Access Equipment,Welding 1 and Metallurgy (Theory),Welding 1 and Metallurgy (Lab),Lathes and Mills (Theory),Lathes and Mills (Lab),Drive Systems,Welding 2 and Metallurgy (Theory),Welding 2 and Metallurgy (Lab),Alignment

      Hours: 84

    • Industrial Maintenance Technician (Work Practicum)

      The Work Practicum is the key component of this program and an integral pathway to transition students from the MITT learning environment to the workplace. Practicum is an unpaid, work integrated learning component of MITT technical training. It offers students the opportunity to gain industry-relevant experience and to build on their technical skills while increasing confidence, employability, and job readiness.

      Course Code: IMM-540
      Course Requirements: Millwright Safety and Orientation,Tools and Fasteners,Prints, Drawings and Schematics,Mathematics for Millwrights,Rigging, Lifting and Access Equipment,Welding 1 and Metallurgy (Theory),Welding 1 and Metallurgy (Lab),Lathes and Mills (Theory),Lathes and Mills (Lab),Drive Systems,Welding 2 and Metallurgy (Theory),Welding 2 and Metallurgy (Lab),Alignment,Millwright Capstone Project

      Hours: 160

  • Specialization: Industrial Mechanic/Millwright
    • Workplace Health and Safety

      This course introduces students to health and safety requirements as well as WHMIS, MSDS, and working safely with various machinery and equipment.

      Course Code: IM-220
      Course Requirements: None

      Hours: 110

    • Hand and Power Tools

      This course introduces students to the safe and effective use of trade related hand and power tools. Basic measurement and precision measuring devices are also covered.

      Course Code: IM-230
      Course Requirements: Workplace Health and Safety

      Hours: 110

    • Lathes, Mills and Shapers

      This course provides students with the knowledge and skills necessary to appropriately use and care for lathes and milling machines.

      Course Code: IM-240
      Course Requirements: Workplace Health and Safety

      Hours: 110

    • Blueprint Management

      This course focuses on basic blueprint terminology and principles. Students gain knowledge and skills required to extract basic information from blueprints and develop basic sketching techniques.

      Course Code: IM-250
      Course Requirements: None

      Hours: 110

    • Metal Design/Fabrication & Oxy-Acetylene Procedures

      This course focuses on appropriate use of oxy-fuel equipment in brazing, soldering, cutting, and welding operations.

      Course Code: IM-260
      Course Requirements: None

      Hours: 110

    • Trade Related Science

      This course involves the mathematical knowledge required within the industrial mechanic/millwright field and includes ratio, proportion, and the application of mathematical concepts.

      Course Code: IM-270
      Course Requirements: None

      Hours: 110

    • Alignment and Troubleshooting

      This course emphasizes machine grouting, leveling, and anchoring procedures and includes aligning machines that are coupled together using rim and face techniques.

      Course Code: IM-280
      Course Requirements: None

      Hours: 110

    • Preventative Maintenance

      This course provides students with basic knowledge and skills in preventative and predictive maintenance.

      Course Code: IM-290
      Course Requirements: None

      Hours: 110

    • Fitting and Assembly

      This course focuses on the use and application of various types of bearings, seals, drive systems, and conveyors.

      Course Code: IM-300
      Course Requirements: None

      Hours: 110

    • Industrial Maintenance Technician

      Work Practicum: This is an opportunity for students to practice and refine technical and employability skills relevant to the industry.

      Course Code: IM-310
      Course Requirements: Fitting and Assembly,Preventative Maintenance,Alignment and Troubleshooting,Trade Related Science,Metal Design/Fabrication & Oxy-Acetylene Procedures,Blueprint Management,Lathes, Mills and Shapers,Hand and Power Tools,Workplace Health and Safety

      Hours: 110

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