Civil Engineering Technician
Program Learning Outcomes
This Seneca program has been validated by the Credential Validation Service as an Ontario College Credential as required by the Ministry of Training, Colleges, and Universities.
As a graduate, you will be prepared to reliably demonstrate the ability to:
- Collect and appropriately apply civil engineering data from existing graphics, reports, and other documents.
- Contribute to the collection, processing, and interpretation of technical data related to civil engineering projects.
- Communicate information effectively and accurately by interpreting, translating, and producing civil engineering documents.
- Complete all work in compliance with the rights and conditions of contractual obligations; applicable law, standards, bylaws, and codes; and the accepted principles and practices of civil engineering.
- Monitor the quality and quantity of work for civil engineering projects.
- Contribute to designing, planning, inspecting, and constructing civil engineering projects.
- Contribute to the evaluation of equipment, materials, and methods employed in the implementation and completion of civil engineering projects.
- Use electronic technology to support civil engineering projects.
- Apply the principles of mathematics and science to analyse and solve technical problems related to civil engineering projects.
- Maintain civil engineering project records, logs, and inventories.
- Contribute to the assessment of the political, social, and environmental impacts of civil engineering projects.
- Recognize the interdependence of the architectural, structural, mechanical, and electrical disciplines relating to civil engineering projects.
- Facilitate communication among project stakeholders involved in the design and implementation of civil engineering projects.
- Develop and use personal and professional strategies and plans to enhance professional growth and competence.