The Faculty of
Applied Science & Engineering has introduced a voluntary program by
can gain introductory experience at metal machining and welding.
have the opportunity to receive hands-on training in George Brown's
and up-to-date machining facilities and those interested in the vast
campus groups such as the Solar Car Team and Formula SAE will find this
invaluable. All current U of T Engineering students (undergraduate and
are welcome to participate, including those on PEY.
three short courses available starting in January
. Each course is
two days long and runs on successive Saturdays. There is a fee for each
receipts will be issued for tax purposes. The three courses in this
and welding program are as follows:
Machining (lathe, mill, drill press)*
- Advanced Machining
the Basic Machining course)*
- Introduction to Welding
successfully complete these two courses will have access to the George
Machine Shop following the program for work on their academic projects.
Dates and course
registration information is available online
For more information, please contact Professor Tony