Train in a professional atmosphere with other students working in the trade.
Canadore College has close working relationships within the trucking industry and has strong support from its local repair facilities. The College was integral in the development of this program in conjunction other colleges, with the primary manufacturers and transportation leaders within this industry.
Ontario Certificate of Qualifications are nationally and internationally recognized.
Length of Study: 3 Levels. Each level is one day per week for 36 weeks for a total of 240 hours.
Note: Upon completion, successful students are eligible to challenge the Ontario Certificate of Qualification.
Your Future Career
- Truck and coach technician
- Service/Parts manager
- Equipment purchaser
- Maintenance director
- Shop foreperson
What You Learn
- Invasive and non-invasive diagnostic techniques
- Related computer operations for diagnostic purposes
- Interpreting government regulations
- Job estimating and scheduling
|TCT100||Trade Practices - Level 1|
|TCT105||Fluid Power Systems - Level 1|
|TCT110||Engine Systems - Level 1|
|TCT115||Electrical Systems - Level 1|
|TCT120||Fuel Systems - Level 1|
|TCT125||Drive Train Systems - Level 1|
|TCT130||Brake Systems & Wheel End Assemblies - Level 1|
|TCT200||Trade Practices & Auxiliary Systems - Level 2|
|TCT205||Engine Systems - Level 2|
|TCT210||Electrical Systems - Level 2|
|TCT215||Fuel Systems - Level 2|
|TCT218||Vehicle Management Electronics & Emission Systems - Level 2|
|TCT220||Drive Trains - Level 2|
|TCT225||Steering, Suspension & Brake Systems - Level 2|
|TCT300||Trade Practice & Auxiliary Systems - Level 3|
|TCT305||Engine Systems - Level 3|
|TCT310||Electrical Systems - Level 3|
|TCT315||Fuel Systems - Level 3|
|TCT318||Vehicle Electronic Management & Emission Systems - Level 3|
|TCT320||Drive Trains - Level 3|
|TCT325||Steering, Suspension & Brake Systems - Level 3|
What You Need
What You Need
Check out the Campus Bookstore to not only purchase your textbooks but also view your book list before the semester starts.
Canadore College will implement Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) in Fall 2020 to enhance students’ learning experience in and out of the classroom and to ensure student flexibility in learning. To learn more about BYOD and to find out what is required for your program, please visit https://www.canadorecollege.ca/BYOD