Code 5542
Sanction ASP
Secteur Fabrication mécanique (11)
Nombre d'unités60
Durée totale900 heures
StatutProgram approved in 1992.
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Note(s)
Ce programme est offert en langue française : 
5042 - Outillage
  • Objectifs et professions visées
  • Conditions d'admission
  • Contenu du programme

Objectifs du programme

To use the following tools: milling machine, lathe, boring machine, grinding machine, correcting grinding machine; to make and repair cutting tools, guide and drilling templates, etc.; to make machinists special tools; to apply tracing, tooling and assembling methods; to apply the total quality concept.

Professions visées (IMT En ligne d'Emploi Québec)

Tool and die makers (7232)

Appellation(s) d'emploi

outilleur/outilleuse

Conditions d'admission

Persons who hold a DVS:
5223 Techniques d'usinage
OR 1493 Techniques d’usinage
OR 1266 Machiniste général II
OR 5723 Machining Technics
OR 1993 Machining Technics
OR 1766 Machining Technics
OR
Have been granted recognition of equivalent learning.
OR
Persons practising an occupation related to the program of study.

Préalables fonctionnels

Il est à noter que les préalables fonctionnels ne s’appliquent pas pour les programmes d’attestation de spécialisation professionnelle (ASP).

Contenu du programme

Code Énoncé de la compétence  Heures Unités
866-312 Apply concepts of mathematics to the manufacture of production machinery 30 2
866-323 Use jig boring and jig grinding techniques 45 3
866-332 Apply concepts of metallurgy to the manufacture of production machinery 30 2
866-371 Apply knowledge related to the machining of materials with low machinability ratings 15 1
866-392 Do a spark erosion machining operation 30 2
866-412 Grind a workpiece with complex, irregular shapes on a surface grinder 30 2
866-421 Communicate in the workplace 15 1
866-432 Grind a workpiece with complex, irregular shapes on a cylindrical grinder 30 2
866-456 Enter the labour market in toolmaking 90 6
866-481 Determine their suitability for the trade and the training process 15 1
866-492 Apply concepts of metrology to the production of jigs 30 2
866-503 Apply techniques for assembling jigs 45 3
866-512 Do a functional study of a machine tool 30 2
866-525 Manufacture, assemble and adjust a drill jig 75 5
866-532 Analyze the construction of a production jig in a drawing 30 2
866-546 Manufacture, assemble and adjust a lathe jig 90 6
866-558 Manufacture, assemble and adjust a milling jig 120 8
866-564 Manufacture, assemble and adjust gauges 60 4
866-576 Manufacture, assemble and adjust a cutting tool 90 6
900 60