Rosemount Technology Centre

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Numerical-Control Machine Tool Operation (CNC)

Ministry Code: 5724
AVS
59 Credits
885 Hours (29.5 weeks)

Objectives of the Program
The manufacturing sector is rapidly evolving to more sophisticated and advanced CNC machine tools. Our program enables students to meet those challenges by learning on state-of-the-art machines and software. Students learn advanced CNC techniques using industry standard controls like FANUC, Mitsubishi, Fadal, and Siemens. Our shop is equipped with 3-axes turning centres (C-axes with live tooling) and machining centers with up to 5 axes. We teach CAM programming using the acclaimed Master CAM X2 software package. Our department is equipped with an experienced staff of professionals, who teach students what they need to know in order to advance their CNC machining career.

  Program Modules
Hours
Credits
1)
The Trade and The Training Process**
15
1
2)
Interpreting Complex Drawings
30
2
3)
Mathematics Related to Numerical Control Machining**
45
3
4)
Manual Programming of a Numerical Control Lathe**
60
4
5)
Basic Machining on a Numerical Control Lathe**
90
6
6)
Manual Programming of a Machining Centre**
60
4
7)
Basic Machining Using a Machining Centre**
90
6
8)
Automatic Programming
60
4
9)
Complex Machining Using a Numerical Control Lathe
120
8
10)
Complex Machining Using a Machining Center
120
8
11)
New Types of Work Organization**
45
3
12)
Mass Production
90
6
13)
Entering the Work Force**
60
4
Total
885
59

**Students who have a DEP in Machining Techniques will be given credit for these modules. Please contact RTC for further details.

Individuals with industry experience may register for the CNC AVS certification.

New classes start throughout the year. For the next starting date click here.

 

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