NEW! Fluid Power Micro-credential Programs

    These micro-credentials contain the skills-based training that the Manufacturing and Automation industry is looking for, delivered in a condensed format. This training comes with access to state-of-the-art equipment and labs for experiential learning, which was developed in collaboration with Centennial College and the Canadian Fluid Power Association. These programs will help you expand your career and enhance your knowledge base. Gain Specialized Training in the following Fundamental Micro-Credentials (MC):

Hydraulic Fundamentals MC 1: Program Code 7074
40 hours online training: 3 hours/week virtual teacher-led and 2 hours/week independent study – 5 hours/week for 8 weeks
• Recognize and use industrial catalogues
• Gain Hydraulic fundamentals and theory
• Gain elements and fundamentals of Hydraulics and specify components to meet various loads
and motions
• Explore functions of Hydraulic system components (pumps, valves, cylinders, motors) and symbols
• Calculate and select Hydraulic system components, read and create Hydraulic circuits and schematics
• Apply Hydraulic system safety
• Understand fluid conditioning, emphasizing contamination control
• Explore Hydraulic simulation software

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  • Course Start Date: April 28, 1:30 – 4:30 ET
  • Secondary Date if needed: April 30 from 12:30 – 3:30 ETEmail

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Pneumatic Fundamentals MC 2: 40 hours online training: 3 hours/week virtual teacher-led and 2 hours/week independent study – 5 hours/week for 8 weeks

  • Recognize and use industrial catalogues
  • Gain Pneumatics fundamentals and understanding of functions of Pneumatics system components (compressors, valves, cylinders, reservoirs, filters, lubricator, etc.) and symbols
  • Calculate and select Pneumatic system components
  • Read and create Pneumatic circuits
  • Apply Pneumatic system safety
  • Analyze loads and motion
  • Interpret Pneumatic schematics
  • Analyze and troubleshoot Pneumatic system

Advanced Hydraulics MC 3: 50 hours of hybrid training, including online and in person labs

  • Size and select Hydraulic components including proportional/servo valves
  • Analyze and troubleshoot Hydraulic systems
  • Size and select components for Hydrostatic equipment
  • Utilize software including Automation Studio for simulation and design
  • Introduction to electronic controls

Advanced Pneumatics MC 4: 50 hours of hybrid training, including online and in person labs

  • Read, create and troubleshoot Pneumatic circuits
  • Analyze Pneumatic safety circuits
  • Use catalogues for selecting, designing and pricing
  • Utilize software including Automation Studio for simulation and design
  • Introduction to electronic controls

Electrical/Electronics MC 5: 50 hours of Hybrid training, including online and in person labs

  • Understand applications of electronic components used in fluid power
  • Demonstrate working knowledge of sensors, relays, solenoids, servo valves and mechanical controls
  • Design electrohydraulic systems
  • Interpret, design and troubleshoot electro-hydraulic and electro-pneumatic circuits
  • Introduction to SMART and new technology

“The Micro-credentials are pending final approval”

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