Program Objectives

Acquire the knowledge, ability and attitude necessary to assure functioning and maintenance of automated production equipment all the while respecting quality and technological changes, troubleshooting, repairing different systems and parts, hydraulics, pneumatics, electrical and electronic circuits, working in different companies that use automated systems.

Program Content

Code Statement of Competency Hours Credits
754-992 Protect health, safety and physical integrity on construction sites 30 2
781-621 Determine their suitability for the trade and the training process 15 1
781-632 Manage computerized data 30 2
781-648 Check an electrical circuit 120 8
781-652 Draw sketches 30 2
781-667 Perform manual machining operations 105 7
781-672 Move industrial equipment 30 2
781-685 Cut and weld metal 75 5
781-692 Connect tubes, pipes and hoses 30 2
781-707 Operate an industrial electronics circuit 105 7
781-716 Use machine tools 90 6
781-726 Analyze a logic circuit 90 6
781-732 Align shafts 30 2
781-747 Maintain mechanical devices 105 7
781-755 Assemble a pneumatic circuit 75 5
781-764 Assemble a hydraulic circuit 60 4
781-777 Maintain an AC or DC motor circuit 105 7
781-784 Maintain pneumatic and hydraulic equipment 60 4
781-794 Calibrate a control loop 60 4
781-804 Maintain electropneumatic and electrohydraulic circuits 60 4
781-816 Program a controller 90 6
781-824 Activate an electronic motor control device 60 4
781-831 Use job search techniques 15 1
781-847 Install an automated system 105 7
781-853 Implement a planned maintenance program 45 3
781-866 Troubleshoot an automated system 90 6
781-876 Enter the work force 90 6
1800 120

Admission Conditions and Prerequisites

To be eligible for admission to this program, candidates must meet one of the following requirements:

Persons holding a Secondary School Diploma or its recognized equivalent, for example, an Attestation of Equivalence of Secondary V studies, or a postsecondary diploma such as the Diploma of College Studies or a Bachelor's degree
Persons who are at least 16 years of age on September 30 of the school year in which their training is to begin and have earned the Secondary IV credits in language of instruction, second language and mathematics in the programs of study established by the Minister, or have been granted recognition for equivalent learning
Persons who are at least 18 years of age upon entry into the program and have the following functional prerequisites: the successful completion of the General Development Test (see the following table), or recognition of equivalent learning
Persons who have obtained Secondary III credits in language of instruction, second language and mathematics in programs established by the Minister are required to pursue general education courses, concurrently with their vocational training, in order to obtain the Secondary IV credits they lack in language of instruction, second language and mathematics in programs established by the Minister.

Functional Prerequisites

A person who has reached the age of 18 can be admitted to a program of study leading to a Diploma of vocational studies (DVS) based on functional prerequisites. These prerequisites, in place for those aged at least 18 years at the start date declared for the vocational training program, are: successful completion of the general development test (GDT) and obtaining and passing the tests relative to the specific prerequisites in the language of instruction and mathematics, if applicable.

This table indicates the new course codes for common core basic education (CCBE) and diversified basic education (DBE) required for the specific prerequisites in language of instruction and mathematics for the targeted program of study. In the cases where the new course codes for the CCBE and the DBE are in progressive implementation, the old codes are indicated in parenthesis and are still valid. The equivalent course codes in basic education in the youth sector are also indicated in the table. When a DVS does not require any specific prerequisites in language of instruction or in mathematics, a (-) will be displayed in the appropriate field. Please note that the functional prerequisites do not apply to attestation of vocational specialty (AVS) programs.

Specific Prerequisites

Language of instructionSecond languageMathematics
ENG-3101-1 et ENG-3102-2 ou (ENG-3070-3)632-306 ou (630-316)--MTH-4153-2 ou (MTH-4103-1)563-414 ou 564-426 ou 565-426 ou (563-404) ou (564-406) ou (565-406)

Educational Organizations Offering the Program



Places available
Admission by waiting list
Course full
English-Montréal SB
Vocational Training Centre Group Status D/E Start Date
Rosemount Technology Centre/Centre de technologie Rosemont EM1-S24 D Sept. 16th, 2024

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