The Centre for Advanced Technologies
The Centre for Advanced Technologies provides opportunities for people wishing to pursue a career in the metal machining trades.
The Centre consists of a bright, modern, fully equipped facility capable of preparing graduates to enter an apprenticeship as a Tool and Die Maker, Mould Maker or General Machinist.
Our commitment to program excellence and hands-on approach to learning makes it an excellent place to gain experience for apprenticeships and employment in a variety of trades.
Graduates of Mechanical Engineering Technology – Industrial Design are eligible to write the Ontario Association of Certified Engineering Technicians and Technologists Professional Practice Exam to be certified as an Engineering Technologist (C.E.T.). OACETT also requires an acceptable Technology Report and two years appropriate work experience for this designation.
Graduates of Mechanical Engineering Technology – Tool Design are eligible to write the Ontario Association of Certified Engineering Technicians and Technologists Professional Practice Exam to be certified as a Technician (C.Tech.). OACETT also requires two years appropriate work experience for this designation.
Location and further information about Jane Campus.
Students Fabrizio and Brian discuss the options available to graduates of the programs at Seneca College's Centre for Advanced Technologies - Jane Campus. Video
Learn more about the state-of-the-art equipment used at the Centre:
Co-ordinate Measuring Machine
This machine can measure to 1/10 of a thousandth-of-an-inch. Video
Stereo Lithography Machine
Program Co-ordinator Romel Cipriani talks about this "printer" that creates three dimensional objects. Video
White Light Scanner
Fabrizio and Program Co-ordinator Romel Cipriani Scanning explain how the scanner turns objects into computer files. Video
Wire Electrical Discharge Machine
Program Co-ordinator Romel Cipriani explains how steel is cut with a wire. Video