Program Objectives

To enable the students to acquire the knowledge, skills and attitudes required to interpret the work plans and technical drawings; to apply concepts of occupational health and safety; to apply assembly techniques; to repair, assemble and install a mechanical or hydraulic system and its subassemblies; to balance a rotor; to enter the work force.

Program Content

Code Statement of Competency Hours Credits
866-301 Determine their suitability for the trade and the training process 15 1
866-312 Apply concepts of mathematics to the manufacture of production machinery 30 2
866-323 Use jig boring and jig grinding techniques 45 3
866-332 Apply concepts of metallurgy to the manufacture of production machinery 30 2
866-342 Apply concepts of metrology to the production of dies 30 2
866-353 Apply techniques for assembling dies 30 2
866-362 Do a functional study of a press 45 3
866-371 Apply knowledge related to the machining of materials with low machinability ratings 15 1
866-388 Manufacture, assemble and adjust a simple cutting die 120 8
866-392 Do a spark erosion machining operation 30 2
866-402 Analyze the construction of a press tool in a drawing 30 2
866-412 Grind a workpiece with complex, irregular shapes on a surface grinder 30 2
866-421 Communicate in the workplace 15 1
866-432 Grind a workpiece with complex, irregular shapes on a cylindrical grinder 30 2
866-448 Manufacture, assemble and adjust a bottoming bending die 120 8
866-456 Enter the labour market in diemaking 90 6
866-467 Manufacture a two-stage progressive cutting die 105 7
866-476 Assemble and adjust a two-stage progressive cutting die 90 6
900 60

Admission Conditions and Prerequisites

Persons who hold a DVS:
5371 Usinage
OR 5223 Techniques d'usinage
OR 1493 Techniques d’usinage
OR 1266 Machiniste général II
OR 5871 Machining
OR 5723 Machining Technics
OR 1993 Machining Technics
OR 1766 Machining Technics
OR
Have been granted recognition of equivalent learning.
OR
Persons practising an occupation related to the program of study.

Functional Prerequisites

Please note that the functional prerequisites do not apply to attestation of vocational specialty programs (AVS).

Specific Prerequisites

Language of instructionSecond languageMathematics
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Average Salary

— $25.83

Job Titles

Toolmaker
Die repairer

IMT en ligne - Emploi Québec

Targeted Professions

Tool and die makers (7232)

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