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Please Note: Students are required to provide and wear personal protective equipment, (safety glasses, CSA approved steel toe safety shoes, appropriate clothing, etc.) for all shop classes and adhere to shop safety rules. In addition, it is mandatory for students to wear hard hats for courses held in the CCIP building.

AutoCAD

AutoCAD is an industry leading CAD software used in most drafting and engineering disciplines. The AutoCAD Certificate Program offers students the opportunity to learn computer concepts and AutoCAD from basic to advanced levels by completing a total of six courses (4 compulsory and 2 optional) dealing with related CAD and engineering software.

Compulsory Courses (4) ARC 104 Building CAD I
ARC 204 Building CAD II
ARC 304 Building CAD III
ARC 404 Building CAD IV
Option Courses (any 2 of the following) ARC 504ARC Building CAD V (REVIT I)
ARC 516 CorelDraw
ARC 604 Building CAD VI (REVIT II)
ARC 815 Parametric Design (Autodesk Inventor)
BUILDING CAD I
ARC 104
This course provides an introduction to basic computer operations including word processing, spreadsheets, presentations, photo imaging and CAD software packages. Each different computer software program will be used to produce construction industry related documents, cost estimates, presentations and drawings. 3 units of credit. $261.66
Spring
WINDSOR 050 1135 May 11-Jul 27 Wed, 6:30P-10:00P
WINDSOR 055 1188 Jul 4-Aug 15 Mon, Tue, 6:30P-10:00P
BUILDING CAD II
ARC 204
This course is an introduction to AutoCAD computer-aided drafting and design. The student will become familiar with the menu system and command structure common to AutoCAD. Drawing, editing, saving and plotting of CAD work will be done. Pre-requisite: ARC 104, Building CAD I. 3 units of credit. $261.66
Spring
WINDSOR 050 1276 May 12-Jul 28 Thu, 6:30P-10:00P
BUILDING CAD III
ARC 304
This course will continue to develop skills in drawing and editing in AutoCAD which began in ARC 204. In addition, the student will learn to create drawings using model space, paper space, blocks, hatching, text and dimension styles and isometric drawings. Pre-requisite: ARC 204, Building CAD II. 4 units of credit. $336.42
Spring
WINDSOR 050 1277 May 12-Jul 28 Thu, 6:00P-10:30P
BUILDING CAD IV
ARC 404
This course continues the development of AUTOCAD skills. It will concentrate on 3 dimensional drawings and solid modeling. Topics include manipulating UCS, extrusions, boolean operations, attribute tagging and slide creations. Pre-requisite: ARC 304, Building CAD III. 4 units of credit. $336.42
Spring
WINDSOR 050 1136 May 10-Jul 26 Tue, 6:00P-10:30P
BUILDING CAD V
ARC 504
This course will introduce REVIT architectural drafting and rendering software and teaches students to create building models using wall, window and door objects. Project views in plan, elevation, sections and details will be used to create construction working drawings. Pre-requisite: ARC 404, Building CAD IV. 4 units of credit. $336.42
Spring
WINDSOR 050 1137 May 11-Jul 27 Wed, 6:00P-10:30P
INTRODUCTION TO CAD I
CAD 109
This course has been structured as an introduction to computer aided drafting and design. The student will be required to create basic drawings using the CAD system (AutoCAD 2010). In addition, the student will digitize, archive graphics, and will produce hard copies using the printer. 3 units of credit. $249.20 Text extra.
Spring
CHATHAM550 2667 May 10-Jun 9 Tue, Thu, 6:00P-10:00P

Blueprint Reading

BLUEPRINT READING FOR ARCHITECTURAL TRADES
BPT 102
Students will learn basic terminology of the Architectural trade including materials, material symbols, graphic symbols, schedules and dimensioning. A typical set of working construction drawings will be used. Both S.I. and Imperial systems will be used. Course will include a number of handouts related to architectural blueprints. The material generally will be useful to the fields related to architecture, including general and sub-contracting areas. 2 units of credit. $199.36 Text extra.
Spring
WINDSOR 050 1040 May 12-Jun 30 Thu, 6:00P-10:00P
BLUEPRINT READING
BPT 109
This course is designed for students who do not have any knowledge of blueprints. The students are exposed to different types of the line, proper placement of views in orthographic projection, different types of print, proper methods of dimensioning, which views are most important, basic sections, and all drafting standards. 2 units of credit. $199.36 Text extra.
Spring
CHATHAM 550 2660 May 10-Jun 2 Thu, Thu, 6:00P-10:00P

Building Environmental Systems Certificate

The training focuses on the building as a system in which heating, refrigeration, air handling, electricity, controls, and water treatment are interwoven and connected. Each course is delivered within the framework of the overall operation of the building so that students understand how their actions affect the entire system.

Creative solutions to improve energy efficiency and environmental management of the building are sought so that the owner or manager may maintain an economically competitive position. The student is able to integrate these components in the Energy Management component of the Building Environmental Systems training.

The program is recognized by Natural Resources Canada, Ontario Ministry of Energy, and the Interprovincial Facilities Accreditation Committee. Seneca College in Toronto, along with other community colleges, including St. Clair College in Windsor, has been delivering this certificate program for over twenty years.

PSE 100 Air Conditioning & Ventilation
PSE 110 Plumbing & Heating Systems
PSE 120 Building Fire & Automation Systems
PSE 200 Pumps, Compressors and Chillers
PSE 210 Boiler Systems & Water Treatment
PSE 220 Building Electrical, Lighting & Controls
PSE 711A Energy Management I
PSE 712A Energy Management II

Please note that St. Clair College through the Power Engineering program has chosen to enhance the certification beyond the Seneca College/Energy Training Ontario requirement, e.g. Low Pressure Boilers, Pumps and Piping Systems etc. A student graduating from the St. Clair College Building Environmental Systems program is equivalent to a 5th Class Operator, well recognized in Alberta, British Columbia and the Maritimes.

Please Note: Students are required to provide and wear personal protective equipment, (safety glasses, CSA approved steel toe safety shoes, appropriate clothing, etc.) for all shop classes and adhere to shop safety rules. In addition, it is mandatory for students to wear hard hats for courses held in the CCIP building.
BOILER SYSTEMS & WATER TREATMENT
PSE 210
This course provides information on the safe and efficient operation of low pressure boilers and related equipment. It is designed as an introduction to Power Engineering boiler operation and maintenance as well as an introduction to boiler water treatment systems and testing. The course covers boiler operating principles, boiler fittings, feedwater systems, steam systems, fuel systems, draft systems, and boiler operation procedures. Safety and efficiency are stressed throughout the course. An introduction to water treatment equipment for low pressure boilers such as sodium zeolite softeners and deaerators are discussed. Boiler water analysis and testing is also covered in this course. Finally an introduction to ASME code, Section VI and CSA B51-03 code documents are covered. 3 units of credit. $274.12 Text extra.
Spring
WINDSOR 050 1234 May 10-Jun 14 Tue, Thu, 6:00P-10:00P

CAD Tool & Die Design Certificate

GDT 118 Geometric Dimensioning & Tolerancing I
GDT 228 Geometric Dimensioning & Tolerancing II
MET 110 Tool & Die Design I
MET 115N CATIA CAD I
MET 210 Tool & Die Design II
MET 215N CATIA CAD II
MET 310 Tool & Die Design III
MET 315N CATIA CAD III
TAT 100 Engineering Materials I
CATIA CAD I
MET 115N
This course introduces the new user to the CATIA system and covers all aspects of the PART DESIGN WORKBENCH. Students will use associative, constrained 2D sketches to generate a 3D solid model. The finshed solid model is then analyzed and projected into a drafting environment to be detailed. Pre-requisite: mechanical CAD or mechanical drafting. $595.00
Spring
WINDSOR 050 1463 May 9-Jun15 Mon, Wed, 6:00P-10:00P
GEOMETRIC DIMENSIONING AND TOLERANCING I
GDT 118
The first half of this course is designed to cover identification of the fundamental rules and the interpretation of the limits and conditions of measurement as related to the application of the ASME Y 14.5m standard in regard to Form controls, orientation controls, and Datum simulation and selection. Pre-requisite: BPT 109, Blueprint Reading I. 2 units of credit. $199.36 Text extra.
Spring
WINDSOR 050 1199 May 10-Jun 2 Tue, Thu, 6:00P-10:00P
CHATHAM 550 2666 Jun 6-Jun 29 Mon, Wed, 6:00P-10:00P
GEOMETRIC DIMENSIONING AND TOLERANCING II
GDT 228
The second half of this course is designed to give the student experience in the practical application of GD&T, as well as, covering the more advanced concepts of GD&T. Pre-requisite: GDT 118, Geometric Dimensioning & Tolerancing I. 2 units of credit. $199.36 Text extra.
Spring
WINDSOR 050 1200 Jun 7-Jun 30 Tue, Thu, 6:00P-10:00P

CNC

Please Note: Students are required to provide and wear personal protective equipment, (safety glasses, CSA approved steel toe safety shoes, appropriate clothing, etc.) and adhere to shop safety rules while in the shop.
ADVANCED CNC PROGRAMMING
NCR 150
This course is a continuation of Intermediate CNC Programming. Manual, automatic and test operations of all programming will be the main consideration. Setting and displaying data, safety functions, alarms and program editing are also included. Students will test their programs using the back plot option in the software or using the graphic option of the CNC controllers. Pre-requisite: CNC 145, Intermediate CNC Programming. 2 units of credit. $199.36
Spring
WINDSOR 050 1041 May 9-Jul 4 Mon, 6:00P-10:00P
INTERMEDIATE CNC PROGRAMMING
CNC 145
This course is a continuation of Basic CNC Programming and will cover multi-tool set-up for CNC milling centers. Tool length compensation, sub-programming, fixed/canned cycles will be the main focus for this course. The students will also test their programs using either the back plot option on Mastercam or via the graphics option on the milling centers. Student projects will incorporate multi-tool operations such as milling and drilling. Pre-requisite: CNC 112, Basic CNC Programming. 2 units of credit. $199.36
Spring
WINDSOR 050 1138 May 7-Jun 25 Sat, 12:30P-4:30P

Electricity and Electronics

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PROGRAMMABLE LOGIC TECHNIQUES
CNT 124N
This course provides an introduction to basic concepts of Programmable Controllers and their application in industry. Opportunities will be presented for the trainees to develop basic competency in the use of this important factory automation. Trainees will be exposed to hardware requirements as well as program entry techniques. Focus will be placed on applying course material to various machines, thus allowing the student to generalize knowledge to any PC they may encounter. 3 units of credit. 42 hours Total fee: $480.00 Text extra.
Spring
CHATHAM 550 1705 May 9-Jun 20 Mon, Wed, 6:00P-9:30P
ELECTRICITY 200
ELC 102
Electricity 200 is for non-electrical tradespersons and related. Emphasis is placed on safety practices. Electrical protection of motors. Basic test equipment, purpose and testing of fuses, overloads and circuit breakers. Basic relationship of voltage, current and resistance. Basic relays and A.C. 3 phase motor control, interpreting basic motor nameplate information. Introductory residential wiring. Introductory diodes and rectifiers. 2 units of credit. $224.28 Text extra.
Spring
WINDSOR 050 1043 May 10-Jul 5 Tue, 6:00P-10:00P

Facilities Maintenance Mechanic

Phase 1 Requirements: FMM 102 Blueprint Practices
FMM 105 Electricity
FMM 107 Brazing and Welding
FMM 112 Occupational Calculations
FMM 113 Plumbing
FMM 115 Safety & Tools
FMM 118 Communications
FMM 125 Facilities Maintenance I
Phase 2 Requirements: FMM 203 Ventilation Systems
FMM 204 Air Conditioning
FMM 205 Protection and Controls
FMM 207 Heating
FMM 212 Water Systems
FMM 215 Appliances and Laundry Systems
FMM 225 Facilities Maintenance II
Please Note: Students are required to provide and wear personal protective equipment, (safety glasses, CSA approved steel toe safety shoes, appropriate clothing, etc.) for all shop classes and adhere to shop safety rules. In addition, it is mandatory for students to wear hard hats for courses held in the CCIP building.

Forklift Training

FORKLIFT TRAINING/PROPANE HANDLING
CNT 623N
This Forklift Training Safety program is based on the Health and Safety Guidelines for the Safe Operation of Powered Lift Trucks published by Ontario's Ministry of Labour. Participants will understand the principles involved in the safe operation of a powered lift truck, and recognize the hazards associated with forklift operations. Includes Theory & Practical Evaluation. $190.00. Note: Course will take place in Belle River.
Winter
WINDSOR 050 1810 Mar 5 Sat, 8:00A-2:00P
Spring
WINDSOR 050 1645 Jun 4 Sat, 8:00A-2:00P
WINDSOR 055 2030 Aug 13 Sat, 8:00A-2:00P

Math for Technology

DIFFERENTIAL CALCULUS
MTH 203
For Technology Students: Derivatives of algebraic and trigonometric functions, applications to tangents and normals. Curve sketching and maximum-minimum word problems, curvilinear motion, related rates, Newton's Method for solving equations, trigonometric identities. Pre-requisite: MTH 128ME, MTH 128, MTH 100, MTH 103. 3 units of credit. $280.35 Text extra.
Spring
WINDSOR 050 1278 May 10-Jun 21 Tue, Thu, 6:00P-9:30P
WINDSOR 055 1195 Jul 5-Aug 16 Tue, Thu, 6:00P-9:30P
INTEGRAL CALCULUS
MTH 404
Integration, power rule, log, exponential, trig and inverse trig forms, table of integrals, area, volume. Centroid, moment of inertia, fluid pressure, work done by a variable force. Applications. Pre-requisite: MTH 302 and MTH 203. 3 units of credit. $280.35 Text extra.
Spring
WINDSOR 050 1142 May 9-Jun 22 Mon, Wed, 6:00P-9:30P
WINDSOR 055 1187 Jul 4-Aug 17 Mon, Wed, 6:00P-9:30P
INTRODUCTION TO CALCULUS
MTH 401
Differentiation of algebraic, logarithmic, exponential and trig functions with applications to tangents and normals, motion, maximum-minimum problems and curve sketching. Indefinite and definite integrals with application to motion, areas, fluid pressure and volumes. 3 units of credit. $280.35 Text extra.
Spring
WINDSOR 050 1030 May 9-Jun 22 Mon, Wed, 6:00P-9:30P
TECHNICAL MATH
MTH 301
This course will ensure that the student has algebra skills required for the study of calculus and a firm understanding of functions and their graphs, logarithms, and analytic geometry necessary for success in calculus. The student will solve algebraic, exponential and logarithmic equations. Various functions and equations of conic sections will be graphed and applied problems will be solved. 3 units of credit. $280.35 Text extra.
Spring
WINDSOR 050 1279 May 10-Jun 21 Tue, Thu, 6:00P-9:30P
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Occupational Health & Safety Certificate Program

There is a growing concern for the safety of people in their work environment and the related hazards that may be found there. Prompted by governments and their agencies, labour and management have identified the need for greater experience, knowledge and expertise in the field of occupational safety and health for the protection of people in the workplace. This program provides students with solid training in the required practices of occupational health and safety. In addition to providing the fundamentals, the program includes a management component that gives students the know-how to oversee workplace safety programs and offer solutions.

OHS 240 Industrial Hygiene
OHS 241 Legislation for Health/Safety
OHS 242 Environmental Management
OHS 243 Management/Labour Concerns
OHS 244 Fire Protection
OHS 245 Ergonomics
OHS 246 Health & Safety Program Management
ERGONOMICS
OHS 245
Participants will be provided with the knowledge, skills and tools necessary to develop, implement and maintain an effective ergonomic program. Building on a sound foundation of anatomy, physiology and biomechanics, participants will learn how to evaluate job tasks and the working environment to identify and control high risk activities, postures, procedures, tools and environmental factors. The emphasis of this course will be the practical application of occupational ergonomics in various work environments. 3 units of credit. $280.35 Text extra.
Spring
WINDSOR 050 1139 May 9-Jun 22 Mon, Wed, 6:30P-10:00P
MANAGEMENT/LABOUR CONCERNS
OHS 243
This course examines emerging trends and current management issues, concepts and practices pertaining to the field of Occupational Health and Safety. Discussion will focus on several functional characteristics within organizations that pose unique challenges for the practitioner attempting to effectively manage resources, both material and human. 3 units of credit. $280.35 Text extra.
Spring
WINDSOR 050 1042 May 10-Jun 21 Tue, Thu, 6:30P-10:00P

Quality Assurance & Management

The Quality Assurance and Management Program is designed to develop the knowledge and skills of individuals to become well-rounded quality professionals in their fields. This Program has been revised and rewritten by the Associates of the Toronto Quality Certificate Program Inc. The Program has increased focus of quality for general and service industries while continuing to support the manufacturing sectors. The course content has retained part of the bodies of knowledge of the ASQ Certifications as a starting point for participants pursuing certification. Cross-references are made throughout the curriculum.

Quality Assurance and Management Level I (5 Courses) 3 mandatory Basic courses; PLUS
2 courses from the Elective List or from the Advanced Mandatory List
Quality Assurance and Management Level II (8 Courses) 3 mandatory Basic courses; PLUS
2 mandatory Advanced courses; PLUS
3 courses from the Elective List
Basic Mandatory Courses QCP 100 Quality Concepts
QCP 105 Basic Statistics and SPC (Statistical Process Control)
QCP 110 Quality Auditing I
Advanced Mandatory Courses QCP 200 Essentials of Quality Management
QCP 205 Advanced Statistical Methods
Elective Courses QCP 115 Inspection, Test, Metrology and Print Reading
QCP 116 ISO 9001:2000 Implementation and Documentation
QCP 117 Reliability
QCP 118 Design of Experiments
QCP 119 Quality Strategy and Leadership
QCP 120 Quality Management III
PLEASE NOTE: The following courses will be offered on a tutorial basis. The fee for each course is $261.66 + Administration Fee. Please e-mail coned@stclaircollege.ca or call 519-972-2727, extension 4499 to arrange for a tutorial. If sufficient number of registrations are received, an in-class course will be offered.
ADVANCED STATISTICAL METHODS
QCP 205
Building on knowledge and skill learnt in Basic Statistics and SPC, this course covers more advanced statistical concepts and techniques for problem solving and quality improvement in the workplace. The student will learn advanced topics which include: probability rules, discreet and continuous random variables, binomial and poison distribution, hypothesis testing, central limit theorem, the "T" distribution, the "F" distribution, correlation analysis, linear regression, the chi-square distribution. The course content contains part of the bodies of knowledge of the ASQ's CQE examination requirements. Pre-requisite: QCP 100, Quality Concepts and QCP105, Basic Statistics and SPC. 3 units of credit. Text extra.
BASIC STATISTICS & SPC
QCP 105
This course introduces the basic concepts of statistics, useful process control tools and their workplace applications. It is a pre-requisite for other courses in the Quality Certificate Program. Topics covered include: what is statistics, types of data, collecting data, patterns of distribution, probability distributions, sampling distribution, hypothesis testing, control charts; collecting summarizing data, SPC, analyzing process capability, tools and techniques relevant to auditing. The course content contains part of the bodies of knowledge of the ASQ's CQT, CQE and CQA examination requirements. It also covers information useful to CQIA examination requirements. Pre-requisite: QCP 100, Quality Concepts. 3 units of credit. Text extra.
DESIGN OF EXPERIMENTS
QCP 118
Design and analysis of experiments is a tool used for identifying how to improve processes. Experiments are the most economical way for improving a process. They can be used in both design and manufacturing stages. Topics include: quality characteristics, quality cost and loss function, good/bad studies, choosing factor levels, traditional experiments, factorial and fractional factorial design, experimental design tables and graphs, bias elimination technique, analysis of results, advanced analysis, attribute analysis. The course content contains part of the body of knowledge of the ASQ's CQE. Pre-requisite: QCP100, Quality Concepts, QCP 105, Basic Statistics and SPC and QCP 205, Advanced Statistical Methods. 3 units of credit. Text extra.
ESSENTIALS OF QUALITY MANAGEMENT
QCP 200
This course introduces the student to the principles of management, quality systems and quality models; quality management tools, process management approaches and customer-focused organizations. Problem solving skills as a management tool are reviewed. The course is highly interactive and designed to develop the interpersonal skills of the student. The course content contains part of the body of knowledge of the ASQ's CQManager examination requirements. It also covers information useful to CQE examination requirements. Pre-requisite: QCP 100, Quality Concepts. 3 units of credit. Text extra.
INSPECTION, TEST, METROLOGY & PRINT READING
QCP 115
This course develops the knowledge and skills of the technician and inspector, as well as, anyone requiring a foundation in these topics. It introduces the fundamental concepts and principles of print reading for the quality function and touches on geometric dimensioning and tolerancing. Inspection and metrology topics include the history of measurement, its' importance, the units and types of measure; types of measuring equipment and calibration, as well as, testing, hardness testing, force and angle measurement and non-destructive testing, sampling and sampling types. The course content contains part of the bodies of knowledge of the ASQ's CQT examination requirements and includes beneficial information for the CQE examination requirements. 3 units of credit. Text extra.
ISO 9001:2000 IMPLEMENTATION & DOCUMENTATION
QCP 116
This course is designed to provide the student with a basic understanding of ISO 9001:2000E, the quality management system implementation process, as well as, how to prepare documentation, create policies, procedures and instructions required by a quality system. The course content contains part of the bodies of knowledge of the ASQ's CQA. It also covers information useful to the CQE and CQ Manager examination requirements. 3 units of credit. Text extra.
QUALITY AUDITING
QCP 110
The quality audit profession is recognized as an integral part of doing business. Internal auditing is a requirement of quality management system measures. This course will introduce the concept of quality auditing to the student as a part of a business function as well as a profession. ASQ code of ethics, professional conduct and liability issues, audit program management, general knowledge and skills relevant to the success of the audit program and professional auditor are covered. The audit process steps are followed as set out in ISO 19011. Knowledge and skills are challenged by incorporating the use of CQA exam questions in case studies and exercises. Topics include standards and specifications, including ISO 19011, auditor competency; quality systems development, implementation and verification, audit types and auditing techniques. Audit preparation and planning, techniques and tools will be shared and practiced. The course content contains part of the bodies of knowledge of the ASQ's CQA examination requirements. It also covers information useful to CQIA, CQT, CQE and CQManager examination requirements. 3 units of credit. Text extra.
QUALITY CONCEPTS
QCP 100
This course is the foundation for the Quality Certificate Program and is a prerequisite for the other courses. The course is designed for students interested in learning about some basic tools and concepts of quality. Topics include; the history and importance of quality, quality management philosophies, quality in different sectors, principles of total quality, resources, teams, process management and improvement; designing the QA system, the seven management and planning tools, quantitative measures, SPC, capability and control; inspection and test. Topics will be covered in greater depth in subsequent courses. 3 units of credit. Text extra.
QUALITY MANAGEMENT III
QCP 120
This course includes several topics in quality management: soft skills of teams, communications, and training: managing suppliers, quality measurement, and project management. The course is highly interactive and designed to complement the interpersonal management skills of the student. The course content contains part of the body of knowledge of the ASQ's CQ Manager. Pre-requisite: QCP 100, Quality Concepts, QCP200, Essentials of Quality Management, and QCP 119, Quality Strategy and Leadership. 3 units of credit. Text extra.
QUALITY STRATEGY & LEADERSHIP
QCP 119
This course expands the student's knowledge of quality management into strategy planning and leadership. It covers organizational leadership, the formation and deployment of the quality strategy. The course is highly interactive and is designed to advance the interpersonal management skills of the student. The course content contains part of the body of knowledge of the ASQ's CQ Manager. Pre-requisite: QCP 100, Quality Concepts, and QCP 200, Essentials of Quality Management. 3 units of credit. Text extra.
RELIABILITY
QCP 117
This course introduces the student to fundamental concepts of reliability and applications in the workplace. Topics Include: What is reliability? The history of failure rate, normal distribution, central tendencies, dispersion, standard deviation; system reliability, stand-by parallel systems. Introduction to the test of hypothesis, mean, sigma and MTBF; failure reporting analysis and corrective action system, FMEA, fault tree analysis; design reliability and review; reliability management, safety and human factors, nature of failure, part selection; maintainability, reliability testing. The course content contains part of the body of knowledge of the ASQ's CQE. It also covers information useful to the CRE examination requirements. Pre-requisite: QCP 100, Quality Concepts, QCP 105, Basic Statistics and SPC, and QCP 205, Advanced Statistical Methods. 3 units of credit. Text extra.

Wastewater Treatment

ADVANCED OPERATION OF WASTEWATER TREATMENT
WWT 200A
This course continues with training and information needed to operate and maintain wastewater treatment facilities. Pre-requisite: Completion of Basic Operator or Certified Operator standing. 2 units of credit. $199.36 Text extra.
Spring
WINDSOR 070 1034 Jun 4-Jun 25 Sat, 8:30A-5:00P
BASIC OPERATION OF WASTEWATER TREATMENT
WWT 100B
The intent of this course is to provide training and information needed to operate and maintain wastewater treatment facilities. To develop qualified treatment plant operators so they can provide better service to both their employer and the public. 3 units of credit. $249.20 Text extra.
Spring
WINDSOR 070 1035 Apr 30-May 28 Sat, 8:30A-5:00P

Welding

Please Note: Students are required to provide and wear personal protective equipment, (safety glasses - #5 or 6 shaded lens, CSA approved steel toe safety shoes, protective gloves, appropriate clothing, pliers, etc.) for all welding classes and adhere to shop safety rules.
WELDING 100
WLD 101
Introduction to Oxy-Acetylene. An introductory course that incorporates both theory and practical workshop demonstrations and applications to teach the basic fundamentals of oxygen-acetylene welding. The processes of fusion, braze welding and soldering are taught. 2 units of credit. $254.36 (tuition $199.36, materials $55.00) Text extra.
Spring
WINDSOR 050 1146 May 9-Jul 4 Mon, 6:00P-10:00P
WELDING 200
WLD 102
Introduction to Shielded Metal Arc Welding. This course offers practical instruction in basic welding fundamentals relative to shielded metal-arc welding in the FLAT position. Topics covered include theory and practical, safety procedures, preparation and terms. Pre-requisite: WLD 101, Welding 100. 2 units of credit. $254.36 (tuition $199.36, materials $55.00)
Spring
WINDSOR 050 1158 May 10-Jun 28 Tue, 6:00P-10:00P
WELDING 300
WLD 103
Intermediate Shielded Metal Arc Welding. This course offers practical instruction in shielded metal-arc welding relative to horizontal and vertical positions. Topics covered include: low hydrogen electrodes, arc air, production methods. Pre-requisite: WLD 102, Welding 200. 2 units of credit. $279.28 (tuition $224.28, materials $55.00) Text extra.
Spring
WINDSOR 050 1147 May 9-Jul 11 Mon, 6:00P-10:00P
WELDING 400
WLD 104
Intermediate Shielded Metal Arc Welding Overhead. This course gives practical instruction in shielded metal arc welding relative to overhead positions. Pre-requisite: WLD 103, Welding 300. 2 units of credit. $254.36 (tuition $199.36, materials $55.00) Text extra.
Spring
WINDSOR 050 1148 May 9-Jul 4 Mon, 6:00P-10:00P

Woodworking

Please Note: Students are required to provide and wear personal protective equipment, (safety glasses, CSA approved steel toe safety shoes, appropriate clothing, etc.) for all shop classes and adhere to shop safety rules.
UPHOLSTERY I
DIT 102UP
In this interactive course, you will learn a variety of upholstery skills by working on an introductory project under supervision. Students can bring in their own small project or choose to purchase a storage ottoman kit with a flip over lid creating extra table space which you can upholster with your choice of fabric and enjoy in your home for years to come, or give as a gift. $230.52 (tuition $204.00, HST $26.52).
Spring
WINDSOR 050 2160 Jun 4-Jun 18 Sat, 8:30A-5:00P
WOODWORKING I
WDC 301
The objectives of this course are to enable the student to properly identify, maintain, select and use most common hand tools and power tools (e.g. handsaws, hand planes, drills, routers). The students will also learn how to construct joints and build a project using the tools. No pre-requisite. Students must supply their own project materials. 2 units of credit. $214.36 (tuition $199.36, materials $15.00).
Spring
WINDSOR 050 1140 May 11-Jun 29 Wed, 6:00P-10:00P
WOODWORKING III
WDC 303
In this course the student will build a furniture project of her/his choice using both large and small shop machinery and tools. Students must supply their own materials. Please note, the last class runs for 3 hours, 8:30A-11:30A. Pre-requisite: Several semesters taking WDC 200, Woodworking II or several years woodworking experience. 2 units of credit. $205.59.
Winter
WINDSOR 051 1186 Mar 5-Apr 16 Sat, 8:30A-1:30P
Spring
WINDSOR 050 1141 May 7-Jun 25 Sat, 8:30A-1:30P
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