Professional Training in Mechanical Engineering Toronto

Course Title Duration Details Register
HVAC 36 h (6 weeks) Details
Structural Analysis 36 h (4 weeks) Details
Thermodynamics and Heat Transfer 36 h (4 weeks) Details
Design and Drafting 36 h (6 weeks) Details
Fluid Mechanics 30 h (4 weeks) Details
Statics and Strength of Materials 30 h (4 weeks) Details
Machine Design 36 h (6 weeks) Details

Details

HVAC

Course Content Who will benefit Schedule
  • Introduction to Air Conditioning Systems, Heat Transfer, Thermodynamics, and Fluid Systems
  • Psychrometrics, Conditioning Processes, and Thermal Comfort
  • Solar Radiation
  • Heating and Cooling Loads
  • Heat Generation and Transfer Equipment
  • Cooling equipment
  • Secondary HVAC Systems
  • HVAC Control Systems
  • Design for Efficiency

The course provides an extensive overview and the industrial training needed for design and analysis of HVAC systems and is designed for all engineering fields including mechanical and civil engineering students, graduates, technicians and professionals.
Course offers:
1) Theory/common practice
2) plant tour (if applicable)
3) Software
3) hands-on industrial project
4) prevalent codes/standards (if applicable)
5) final project evaluation by a panel of experts
6) providing reference letter

Date Feb. 27 Apr 10 May. 22 Jul 3
Days Mon (05:00 pm – 8:00 pm)
Wed. (05:00 pm – 8:00 pm)
36 Hours (6 weeks)

Structural Analysis

Course Content Who will benefit Schedule
  • Introduction to Mechanics of Materials
  • Stress and Strain; Introduction to Design
  • Axial Deformation
  • Torsion
  • Equilibrium of Beams
  • Stress in Beams
  • Deflection of Beams
  • Transformation of Stress and Strain; Mohr’s Circle
  • Pressure Vessels; Stresses due to Combined Loading
  • Buckling of Columns
  • Energy Methods
  • Special Topics Related to design

The course covers the important topics in mechanics of materials, structural analysis and their applications and is designed for all engineering disciplines, including mechanical, chemical, civil and aerospace engineering students, graduates and professionals.
Course offers:
1) Theory/common practice
2) plant tour (if applicable)
3) Software
3) hands-on industrial project
4) prevalent codes/standards (if applicable)
5) final project evaluation by a panel of experts
6) providing reference letter

Date Feb. 15 Mar. 15 Apr. 12 May 10
Days Wed(05:30 pm – 8:30 pm)
Sat. (10:00 am – 4:00 pm)
36 Hours (4 weeks)

Thermodynamics and Heat Transfer

Course Content Who will benefit Schedule
  • Introduction to Thermodynamics and Heat Transf
  • Basic Concepts
  • Energy Transfer, and General Analysis
  • Properties of Pure Substances
  • Energy Analysis of Closed Systems
  • Mass and Energy Analysis of Control Volumes
  • The Second Law of Thermodynamics
  • Entropy
  • Mechanisms of Heat Transfer
  • Steady and Transient Heat Conduction
  • External and Internal Forced Convection
  • Natural Convection
  • Radiation Heat Transfer
  • Heat Exchangers

This course provides an extensive overview on thermodynamics and heat transfer and is designed for all engineering fields including mechanical, civil, chemical, aerospace and electrical engineering students, graduates, technicians and professionals.
Course offers:
1) Theory/common practice
2) plant tour (if applicable)
3) Software
3) hands-on industrial project
4) prevalent codes/standards (if applicable)
5) final project evaluation by a panel of experts
6) providing reference letter

Date Feb. 15 Mar. 15 Apr. 12 May 10
Days Wed(05:30 pm – 8:30 pm)
Sat. (10:00 am – 4:00 pm)
36 Hours (4 weeks)

Design and Drafting

Course Content Who will benefit Schedule
  • Introduction to Engineering Drawing and Design
  • Drafting Equipment, Media, and Reproduction Methods
  • Computer-Aided Design and Drafting (CADD)
  • Manufacturing Materials and Processes
  • Sketching Applications
  • Drafting Geometry
  • Views
  • Dimensioning and Tolerancing
  • Pictorial Drawings and Technical Illustrations
  • Mechanisms
  • Structural Drafting
  • Engineering Design and its Process

The course covers review and the practice of engineering design and drafting and its applications in mechanical engineering related applications and is designed for all engineering disciplines, including mechanical, civil and aerospace engineering students, graduates and professionals.
Course offers:
1) Theory/common practice
2) plant tour (if applicable)
3) Software
3) hands-on industrial project
4) prevalent codes/standards (if applicable)
5) final project evaluation by a panel of experts
6) providing reference letter

Date Feb. 27 Apr. 10 May. 22 Jul 3
Days Mon (05:00 pm – 8:00 pm)
Wed. (5:00 am – 8:00 pm)
36 Hours (6 weeks)

Fluid Mechanics

Course Content Who will benefit Schedule
  • Introduction
  • Pressure Distribution in a Fluid
  • Integral Relations for a Control Volume
  • Differential Relations for a Fluid Particle
  • Dimensional Analysis and Similarity
  • Viscous Flow in Ducts
  • Flow Past Immersed Bodies
  • Potential Flow and Computational Fluid Dynamics
  • Compressible Flow
  • Turbomachinery

The course covers the most needed and utilized concepts in fluid mechanics and their applications and is designed for all engineering disciplines, including mechanical, chemical, civil and aerospace engineering students, graduates and professionals.
Course offers:
1) Theory/common practice
2) plant tour (if applicable)
3) Software
3) hands-on industrial project
4) prevalent codes/standards (if applicable)
5) final project evaluation by a panel of experts
6) providing reference letter

Date Feb. 27 Apr. 10 May. 22 Jul 3
Days Mon (05:30 pm – 9:30 pm)
Wed. (5:30 am – 9:00 pm)
30 Hours (4 weeks)

Statics and Strength of Materials

Course Content Who will benefit Schedule
  • Mechanical Properties of Materials
  • Axial Load
  • Torsion
  • Bending
  • Transverse Shear
  • Combined Loadings
  • Stress and Strain Transformation
  • Design of Beams and Shafts
  • Deflection of Beams and Shafts
  • Buckling of Columns

The course covers the important topics in strength and mechanics of materials and its applications and is designed for all engineering disciplines, including mechanical, chemical, civil and aerospace engineering students, graduates and professionals.
Course offers:
1) Theory/common practice
2) plant tour (if applicable)
3) Software
3) hands-on industrial project
4) prevalent codes/standards (if applicable)
5) final project evaluation by a panel of experts
6) providing reference letter

Date Feb. 27 Apr. 10 May. 22 Jul 3
Days Mon (05:30 pm – 9:30 pm)
Wed. (5:30 am – 9:00 pm)
30 Hours (4 weeks)

Machine Design

Course Content Who will benefit Schedule
  • Stress analysis procedures
  • combined stresses
  • simple design factor approach
  • variable loads and stresses with stress concentrations
  • bolts, bolted joints and springs
  • shafts and bearing design
  • brakes and brake systems
  • welded joints

The course covers the important topics in strength and mechanics of materials and its applications and is designed for all engineering disciplines, including mechanical, chemical, civil and aerospace engineering students, graduates and professionals.
Course offers:
1) Theory/common practice
2) plant tour (if applicable)
3) Software
3) hands-on industrial project
4) prevalent codes/standards (if applicable)
5) final project evaluation by a panel of experts
6) providing reference letter

Date Feb. 27 Apr. 10 May. 22 Jul 3
Days Mon (05:00 pm – 8:00 pm)
Wed. (5:00 am – 8:00 pm)
36 Hours (6 weeks)