NOTE: Preference will be given to applicants with academic Grade 12 math and Grade 11 or 12 physics.
*If you do not meet the academic requirements, you can still apply. Contact Admissions about the Test of Workplace Essential Skills (TOWES).
Credit may be given in other disciplines such as Industrial Electrical Technology, Heating, Ventilation, and Air Conditioning Technology, Electronics Engineering Technology and Computer Engineering Technology.
Fees for the academic year 2018/2019.
International Student fee is an additional $3,930 per year (includes International Health Fee).
|Tuition and Other Fees||1st Year||2nd Year|
|Tuition||$ 4,048||$ 4,048|
|Student Union||$ 168||$ 168|
|Health Insurance Fee||$ 410||$ 410|
|First Aid/WHMIS||$ 100||$ –|
|Graduation fee||$ –||$ 90|
|Total||$ 4,726||$ 4,716|
|1stinstallment due upon first day of class||$ 3,107||$ 3,097|
|2ndinstallment due January7||$ 1,619||$ 1,619|
|Other Program Costs||1st Year||2nd Year|
|Uniforms/Safety Shoes||$ 200||$ –|
|Equipment/Tools||$ 400||$ –|
|Total||$ 1,250||$ 670|
Graduates from this program may find employment with:
Many Holland College programs have degree pathways. For more information, see our Degree Pathways section.
Many industrial and manufacturing processes involve computers, robots, and automated systems. Skilled technicians install, maintain, troubleshoot and repair this complex equipment. You’ll study mechanical, electrical and electronic computer systems, preparing you to work on a variety of automated equipment. You will learn a range of skills from welding, blueprint reading, and computer-aided drafting to understanding hydraulics, pneumatics, programmable logic controllers, electronics, microprocessors and more.
View a detailed list of courses for this program.
The Electromechanical Technology program is an excellent program to give you a broad base of training that can lead to several Red Seal trades.This program currently enables you to earn 30 hours of apprenticeship time per week of training and write the first block exam towards a Red Seal as an Industrial Electrician and the first block exam for a Red Seal Industrial Mechanic (Millwright). Holland College is actively pursuing credit recognition with PEI apprenticeship for these two Red Seal trades. Upon graduation, once you are working with a suitable employer and have chosen which Red Seal you wish to pursue, you will register as an apprentice to complete your journey to challenge the Interprovincial Exam. When you register, Apprenticeship PEI will give you credit for any hours earned and block exams passed while you were at Holland College relating to your chosen trade.
The Interprovincial Red Seal gives you the ability to work anywhere in Canada without further testing or certification. The Red Seal is recognized as the Interprovincial standard of excellence for your chosen trade and is the designation most employers will ask for.
This YouTube video shows the mechatronics stations designed by students Nick Rommens and Jeffery Richard in preparation for the Skills Canada National Competition.