Dual Credit

Manufacturing Dual Credit

Semester Two high school credits and two college courses

Learn how to read engineering drawings and the safe use of a variety of equipment.

Overview

Basic Welding – TLH4T (College Course: WLD001)

Students learn the safe use of oxyacetylene equipment, perform fusion welding and brazing operations in both flat and horizontal positions, and cut steel plates with the hand-cutting torches on a variety of thicknesses. Other basic exercises, such as welding steel plates using the Shielded Metal Arc Welding (SMAW) process and the Gas Metal Arc Welding (GMAW) process, basic blueprint reading of welding symbols, welding quality control, and welding metallurgy as it relates to the welding shop, are also included.

Machining Basics – XXX4T (College Course: MST010)

In this entry level course students will get an understanding and appreciation of the requirements and skills needed to become a Machinist. Equally dividing the hours into theory and practical exercises the student will learn initially in class, basic safety and skills used to operate machine tools and put that knowledge into a practical application.

Length:

Afternoon or morning release for one semester.

Note:

  • Tuition, materials, equipment and transportation fees will be covered through the Dual Credit program.
  • All students are expected to attend an orientation session prior to taking part in any Dual Credit program.
  • Students will be contacted by the SCWI Program Assistant, at least one week prior to the start of the program, to be provided with a date, time and location for each orientation session.
  • Students involved in this program will be excused from their regular classes or co-op to attend the College.

Students who may need learning opportunities outside of high school and who would benefit from a college or apprenticeship experience to complete their Ontario Secondary School Diploma.

TLH4T/WLD001 Basic Welding
XXX4T/WFP015 Machining Basics

Dual credit programs can help students transition from high school to college and apprenticeship programs. They can help students complete their Ontario Secondary School Diploma while customizing their learning with exposure to the college environment.

Students have the opportunity to:

  • Earn high school credits while studying at a local college or taking apprenticeship training
  • Gain experience in the transition to postsecondary education or apprenticeship
  • Get a head start on learning and training for their future careers.

Dual credit programs can help you transition from high school to college and apprenticeship programs. They can help students complete their Ontario Secondary School Diploma while customizing learning with exposure to the college environment.

Students have the opportunity to:

  • Earn high school credits while studying at a local college or taking apprenticeship training
  • Gain experience in the transition to postsecondary education or apprenticeship
  • Get a head start on learning and training for future careers.