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Machining techniques

TRAINING
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This program trains machinists to machine metal parts using machine tools and to ensure quality. Machinists work mainly in the aerospace, food, construction and pharmaceutical industries.

EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTIONS PROVIDING TRAINING

Campus de Brome-Missisquoi
Cowansville, Montérégie
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CLASSES START : Opportunity to begin throughout the year —2021-2022
COSTS : 27 810,00 $*
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Centre intégré de mécanique, de métallurgie et d'électricité (CIMME)

Centre intégré de mécanique, de métallurgie et d'électricité (CIMME)
Montréal, Montréal
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CLASSES START : Opportunity to begin throughout the year —2021-2022
COSTS : 29 151,00 $*
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CLASSES START : Opportunity to begin throughout the year —2021-2022
COSTS : 29 254,00 $*
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CLASSES START : Opportunity to begin throughout the year —2021-2022
COSTS : 29 682,00 $*
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DURATION : 0 Weeks
CLASSES START : Opportunity to begin throughout the year —2022-2023
COSTS : 29 682,00 $*
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TRAINING OBJECTIVES

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Specialization(s) offered following the training

TRAINING CONTENT

Competency statement
HOURS
Provide customer service in the workplace
15
Solve mathematical problems related to conventional machining
60
Interpret technical drawings.
75
Prevent occupational health and safety risks
15
Take and interpret measurements
60
Do shop work
90
Interpret technical information related to materials and manufacturing processes
30
Produce sketches
45
Perform external cylindrical turning operations
90
Perform internal cylindrical turning operations
75
Perform longitudinal and transverse machining operations on a milling machine
120
Cut threads on a lathe
75
Perform drilling and reaming operations on a milling machine
45
Grind flat surfaces
60
Adapt to the new types of work organization
45
Become familiar with the workplace
30
Perform angular and circular milling operations on a milling machine
120
Solve mathematical problems related to numerical control machining
30
Program a numerical control lathe manually
60
Machine simple parts on a numerical control lathe
90
Program a machining centre manually
60
Machine simple parts using a machining centre
90
Perform complex turning operations
120
Perform complex milling operations
120
Explore the possibility of starting their own business
15
Enter the labour force
90
Mass-produce parts using conventional machining techniques
75
Perform machining operations using a boring machine
75

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