Quality Control Inspection

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Quality
Overview

Explore the activities involved in Quality Control Inspection including measuring, examining, testing one or more features of a product, and comparing the results with specifications. 

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Continuing Education Technology

Ontario Secondary School Diploma (OSSD) or equivalent (Mohawk Academic Upgrading, GED) OR 19 years of age or older.

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Mandatory Courses Course Title Description
TDRWRE152 Blueprint Reading Mechanical Emphasis on basic Blueprint Reading and Sketching will help students to develop the ability to visualize objects and interpret dimensions, sections, tolerances, machine finishes, assemblies, terminology, etc.
METRQC105 Principles of Metrology Covers metrology from the viewpoint and application of the Quality Practitioner with emphasis on understanding basic principles of metrology. Topics include historical background standards and traceability, metrology control systems and requirements, and measurement techniques.
MECHBDA55 Geometric Dimensioning & Tolerancing Learn the language of symbols used on drawings to communicate design intent and geometry requirements for features on parts and assemblies. Learn how to communicate specific datumns, to use round tolerance zones and the use of a Co-ordinate Measuring machine (CMM) to measure GD&T toleranced features. This course is based on ASME Y14.5M.
MECH10024 Co-ordinate Measuring Machines Individuals will learn the fundamentals of the operation of a CMM (Coordinate Measuring Machine) to develop measuring routines for dimensional elements on a Mitutoyo CMM. This is an introductory hands-on course and includes an introduction to CMM programming.
MATL10110 Properties of Materials Lecture The student will be able to relate the structures that characterise the three families of materials (metals, polymers and ceramics) to the physical properties of these materials. The student will develop an understanding of the physical and structural properties of materials and be better able to select from the various materials those most suitable for use in a product or a given application. The course will focus on the mechanical properties of materials and how they are measured and interpreted.