In this program you develop skills to install and connect piping systems including processes that convey gas, or the tubing for any pneumatic or air-handling system. You’re introduced to design drawings and installation programs for a variety of systems. In a workshop setting that reflects industry practice and safety standards, you learn to use hand tools, power tools and shop equipment; select materials; cut, join and fabricate piping and fittings; perform electric tack welding and oxy-fuel cutting; and rigging practices.
Do you have an interest in motorbikes or ATVs? Do you like working with engines? Why not turn that interest into a career in Motorcycle and Power Products Repair. We'll give you hands-on experience in the maintenance and repair of motorcycles, all-terrain vehicles, snowmobiles, marine and power products.
This program provides you with the skills and knowledge to diagnose and repair faults in mechanical, hydraulic, and electronic/electrical systems used in a diverse range of Heavy Duty Equipment and Truck and Transport vehicles. The equipment and vehicles you learn to repair and maintain range from heavy duty off road equipment to transport trucks and from farm equipment to marine engines. Workplace safety is an important aspect of your training. You learn how to maintain a safe shop environment and become aware of how to safely handle hazardous products.
This program provides you with entry level skills and a working knowledge of fundamental shop skills, welding, electrical, hydraulics, braking systems and wheels and tires used on Heavy Duty Equipment and Truck and Transport vehicles. Workplace safety is an important aspect of your training. You learn how to maintain a safe shop environment and become aware of how to safely handle hazardous products.
This program offers hands-on instruction, and in conjunction with the Aircraft Maintenance Engineer (Mechanical) program, uses actual aircraft to develop skills for the repair and maintenance of airframes and associated systems for fixed-wing and rotary-wing aircraft.
Do you enjoying working with cars? In this program, you get the knowledge and skills related to the service and repair of the mechanical and electrical systems of automobiles and light trucks. You learn how to use computerized diagnostic equipment, power tools and shop equipment. You also have the opportunity to apply your skills with a work term.
This program prepares you with the technical and practical knowledge you need to work with automotive technicians on the floor and the service expertise you need to support customers at the front desk. Throughout this program, you gain the necessary skills to work as an Automotive Service Advisor, Service Parts Person, or Service Consultant and, possibly in management positions which are all in high demand by Nova Scotia car dealers, truck and transport dealers and service repairs centers.
In this program you learn welding procedures, repair and align body panels, body/frame measuring and alignment procedures, how to prepare and paint surfaces, and use electronic databases to estimate costs related to vehicle damage. All repair procedures are completed in accordance to manufacturer's specifications and I-CAR standards.