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General Drafting (Specialized Options) Ontario College Certificate - Part-time

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  • Objectives
    This program will prepare the student for employment in the drafting field, although some people may wish to take the program for personal interest. As the program modules vary in length it is likely to take four to six semesters to complete. Students will progress at their own pace. A student may choose to work on specific modules relevant to his/her needs or complete the program in its entirety.
  • Academic Title
    General Drafting (Specialized Options) Ontario College Certificate
  • Course description
    DRWG1270      Module 01 - Orthographic Projection
    Description: This module combines orthographic projections, pictorial drawings and geometric exercises. Upon completion of this course the student will be able to use all manual drafting tools, know required line work, draw single, two and three view drawings, draw oblique, isometric and perspective projection. This course is a good basis for the apprentice in all trades and the manufacturing sector.
    Hours: 72
    Credits: 5

    DRWG1280     Module 02 - Sections and Auxiliary Views
    Description: The student will be able to draw the interior of an object (ex casting), draw and dimension skew surfaces, multi-auxiliary view drawings and draw the true shape of a curved surface by the plotting method. This course is a good basis for the apprentice in all trades and for the manufacturing sector.
    Hours: 72
    Credits: 5

    DRWG1290     Module 03 - Working Drawings
    Description: This module will familiarize the student with sandcasting, die casting, injection moulding, cold forming and hot forming. The student will also be able to produce a set of detail and assembly drawings of a given product. This course is a must for the manufacturing sector.
    Hours: 72
    Credits: 5

    DRWG1300     Module 04 - Welding Drawing
    Description: Upon completion of this module the student will be familiar with gas and arc welding and the glossary of welding and be able to produce a shop drawing or manufacturing drawing to the Canadian Welding Bureau standards. This module is a must for the welding journeyman and the self motivated student.
    Hours: 72
    Credits: 5

    DRWG1310     Module 05 - Cams and Gears

    Description: Upon completion of this module the student will be able to employ the terminology and concepts necessary to draw the cam motions, cam displacement diagrams, cam profiles, gears and gears in mesh.
    Hours: 72
    Credits: 5

    DRWG1320     Module 06 - Sheet Metal Developments
    Description: Upon completion of this module the student will be able to draw cubes, cylinders, cones and develop heating and air conditioning sites. This course is a must for the sheet metal worker, millwright and for general knowledge.
    Hours: 72
    Credits: 5

          Electives: Specialization   
     
    Description: Student must pass 1 Course(s)

    Elective Courses:

    DRWG1360     Module 07 - Mold Design

    Description: Upon completion of this self motivated module the student will be able to draw a workpiece in 3D. draw the necessary views of the workpiece in 2D and draw mold components in the various views of assembly. This course is a must for the journeyman moldmaker and for general knowledge.
    Hours: 72
    Credits: 5

    DRWG1370     Module 07 - Die Design
    Description: Upon completion of this self motivated module the student will be able to draw dies for production use and show the various stages of stamping, forming and shearing. This course is ideal for the tool and die journeyman and for general knowledge.
    Hours: 72
    Credits: 5

    DRWG1380     Module 07- Jig And Fixture
    Description: Upon completion of this self motivated module the student will be able to design jigs and fixtures, draw the necessary views of the work piece, draw the locating devices, the clamping arrangement and the fixture based and keying arrangement. The student will have a good all round knowledge of the machine shop or manufacturing process. This course is for the production set-up man or team leaders or general knowledge.
    Hours: 72
    Credits: 5

    DRWG1390     Module 07 - Architectural Drafting

    Description: Upon completion of this self motivated module, the student will be able to work with different scales in both imperial and metric units. The student will be able to draw a set of house plans to the Ontario Building Code including: site plan, floor plan, basement and footing plan, wall sections, stair and window detail, elevations and roof design. This is a must for the construction worker or those planning to renovate or buy.
    Hours: 72
    Credits: 5

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