Metal Fabrication & Machining

The Metal Fabrication and Machinist Career and Transition Program provides students with a practical and theoretical background in the metal fabrication industry. The program emphasizes CNC machine and programming (Basics), drafting and blueprint reading, foundry skills, metal fabrication techniques, and use of machinery such as lathes, drill presses, milling machines, and grinders.

The General Mechanics and Automotive Career and Transition Program is comprised of 5 courses, usually taken in grades 11 and 12. Specific course information may be found in our course handbook.  For more information, please contact our Career Program Co-Coordinator, Mr. Stew Wheeler,