Starts in September
In this two-year diploma program, you will learn to use the latest computer software to assist in the manufacturing of production tools. You will learn and gain valuable skills in conventional manufacturing technologies, computer production and design along with prototyping techniques and quality control. You will have the opportunity to experience the practical production considerations of tool design as you gain experience in a fully equipped machining lab.
This program shares a common first semester with Mechanical Techniques (Tool & Die/Mould Making).
Throughout this program you will develop the following skills:
When you graduate from this program, these are the types of career options that you can explore:
"We apply so much of what we learned at Seneca on these projects; we work with conventional machines such as mills and lathes to make parts and to fix gear, but we also use the design and manufacturing principles we learned to create our custom projects on set."
Fabrizio and Stefano Beninati
Mechanical Engineering Technician (Tool Design)