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  • Objectives
    The part-time program has 2 levels: The Basic Level aims to help fill the continual need for qualified personnel to perform basic functions in the fields of work measurement, methods analysis, plant layout, material handling, quality control, cost estimating and tooling applications. Courses provide many of the tools and techniques which have proven effective in the analysis, improvement and control of work. The student also receives grounding in the knowledge of manufacturing processes and industrial organization. Upon completion of the Basic Certificate, the graduate will have the knowledge and skills required for junior positions such as Time Studies Analyst or Methods Analyst. The Advanced Level is designed for graduates of the Basic Level or equivalent who may be employed in an industrial engineering function. Courses provide a knowledge of manufacturing management techniques, such as production planning and scheduling, an understanding of labour relations, applications of tooling, skills in the application of drafting, process planning, work measurement and standard data development. Upon completion of the Advanced Certificate, the graduate will have the knowledge and skills required for junior positions such as Time Study Analyst, Methods Analyst, Cost Estimator and Process Planners.
  • Academic Title
    Industrial Engineering - Advanced Ontario College Certificate
  • Course description
    IENG1010      Systematic Layout and Planning I
    Description: Recommended: DRWG1050 Engineering Drawing and Blue Print Reading. This course covers the practical approach to systematic layout planning. It deals with the handling, movement and storage of materials; buildings and building services; plant flexibility and expandability and plant site selection. The student will study the planning, making, installing and managing of the layout. (Group B)
    Hours: 45
    Credits: 3

    IENG1020     Work Measurement and Analysis II

    Description: Recommended: IENG1050 Work Measurement And Analysis I. This course involves the study of pre-determined time study methods, learning curve theory and formulae construction to predict standard times based upon historical data. It will introduce principles to create an ergonomically sound and environmentally comfortable workplace. The concepts of bottlenecks and their importance to the role of the Industrial Engineer will be explored.
    Hours: 60
    Credits: 4

    MECH1030     Metrology

    Description: Recommended: Mathematics Level IV or Mathematics Grade 12 (General or Advanced) or equivalent. This course will examine the principles of dimensional metrology, applied precision measuring instruments relating to the geometric features, and complex measuring instruments. Topics will include optical, electronic and pneumatic instruments and co-ordinate measuring machines. The integration of the measuring instruments within the manufacturing cell is studied together with the required interface devices.
    Hours: 39
    Credits: 3

    MECH1040     Design of Jigs and Fixtures
    Description: Recommended: MECH1110 Manufacturing Tooling - Jigs and Fixtures and DRWG1050 Engineering Drawing & Blue Print Reading. This course is designed to enable the student to design various types of jigs and fixtures. It will specifically cover the principles of locating and clamping workpieces for performing machining operations on grinders, mills, lathes, drill presses, welding assemblies as well as checking operations. In addition the student will be able to select appropriate materials and make use of standard 'catalogued' components to create an efficient design.
    Hours: 45
    Credits: 3

    QUAL1050     Statistical Methods Of Quality Assurance
    Description: Recommended: QUAL1030 Fundamentals of Quality Assurance or equivalent. This course develops the more advanced statistical techniques to evaluate quality, analyse processes, products and out-of-control conditions, solve manufacturing problems, establish and evaluate specifications and tolerances, and reduce product variability. The course will develop the skills of statistical analysis and decision making, testing of hypotheses, risks of incorrect decisions, estimation of population parameters, sample size determination, analysis of variance, correlation and regression techniques.
    Hours: 36
    Credits: 3

          Electives: Group C     
    Description: Student must complete a minimum of 126 Hours

    Elective Courses:

    DRWG1550     SolidWorks - Introduction

    Description: Recommended: Windows XP. This course will provide the student with an introduction on how to use SolidWorks mechanical design automation software to build parametric models of parts and assemblies and how to make drawings of those parts and assemblies. This is a process based training course and will emphasize the process and procedures used to complete a particular task. By utilizing case studies to illustrate these processes, the student learns the necessary commands, options and menus in the context of completing a design task.
    Hours: 36
    Credits: 3

    HRM1060     Union-Management Relations
    Description: Preparing students for an active role in today's labour organizations, this course studies growth of unions in Canada and, the interrelationship of the labour unions of Canada and the United States. Topics range from the historical rise of the labour movement to certification procedures. Note: This course is an approved HRPA credit.
    Hours: 39
    Credits: 3

    IENG1060     Failure Analysis and Prevention
    Description: This course provides participants with the fundamentals necessary to understand and appreciate investigation methods into engineering failures. Topics to be considered include: accident investigation and failure analysis, modes of failure, background research, documentation of accident and introduction to principles of material selection and design improvements for prevention of failures.
    Hours: 30
    Credits: 2

    IENG1070     Project Planning with PERT and CPM
    Description: This course provides the student with the opportunity to apply the principles of network diagramming, the 'Critical Path Method (CPM)' and 'Program Evaluation and Review Techniques (PERT)' to the planning, scheduling and controlling of a large scale manufacturing or construction project. (Group C)
    Hours: 33
    Credits: 2

    MANU1030     Computer Integrated Manufacturing (CIM)

    Description: Suggested: Computer Literacy or equivalent knowledge. This course introduces the student to the planning and implementation of CIM. The development and control of computer databases and database management systems (DBMS) are examined. JIT methods to improve manufacturing processes are studied. The MRP portion of this course will give students hands-on experience using MRP software on a microcomputer. (Group C)
    Hours: 48
    Credits: 3

    MECH1120     Mastercam
    Description: Recommended: Computer Literacy for Windows or equivalent. This course will introduce the student to the fundamentals of NC Graphics capabilities, NC programming codes for axis designation, linear and circular interpolation, canned cycles and other miscellaneous functions of the machine control unit. In addition, the student will learn how to create geometry, import Cad files, edit postprocessor and other files, and create toolpaths using the Mastercam software.
    Hours: 30
    Credits: 2

    OPER1130     Systems Analysis And Design - Industrial
    Description: Recommended - Computer Literacy for Windows or equivalent. This course will enable the participant to chart and analyze existing business procedures with the view of re-organizing them, simplifying them and ultimately automating them. As a consequence Flow Charting techniques will be taught together with the techniques of system design and Request for Proposal (RFP) preparation. (Group C)
    Hours: 30
    Credits: 2

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