View Diplomas in Electrical Engineering in Canada 2019
A Diploma is rewarded to students who complete a learning program focused on a specific subject. Diploma programs take one to two years to complete. Technical schools and community colleges offer diplomas for specialized learning.
Top Diplomas in Electrical Engineering in Canada 2019
After learning the basic fundamentals of trades practices, diesel engines, fuel systems, power trains, electrical systems, hydraulic systems, steering and brake systems i
After learning the basic fundamentals of trades practices, diesel engines, fuel systems, power trains, electrical systems, hydraulic systems, steering and brake systems in first year, you will be introduced to diesel engine construction and classification, power trains, traction controls and wheel final drives, electrical and electronics, and air conditioning. Courses will also include an emphasis on shop safety, basic hand and power tools, fasteners, measuring instruments, starting aid, and starting methods used in the trade.
2 years – 4 semesters
Co-op Diploma Apprenticeship option
Work on off-road heavy equipment such as loaders, bulldozers, trucks, and various components like engines, transmissions, brake systems, fuel systems, hydraulic systems found in our heavy equipment shop
Develop the ability to work service and maintain the various electronic control systems and components found on heavy equipment
4D Learning Opportunities
Ensuring that there's the power to run our towns, cities, hospitals, schools and the economy is a satisfying and respected career option. If the joy of having a dynamic a
Ensuring that there's the power to run our towns, cities, hospitals, schools and the economy is a satisfying and respected career option. If the joy of having a dynamic and in-demand career is your goal, Fanshawe's Electrical Engineering Technician program will provide the skills and experience to light up your future with limitless potential.
You'll begin your AutoCAD training and PLC training by learning the basics: electrical fundamentals, automation, and power generation and distribution. While pursuing your AutoCAD certification, you'll continuously apply the knowledge you obtain from the AutoCAD courses in real-world situations, working alongside your mentors and classmates with state-of-the-art technology and lab access. You'll also study PLCs, power generation and distribution systems, energy management, and conservation. Your skills will be as diverse as the constantly evolving electrical landscape....
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