Holland College is a great place to learn theoretical and practical processes that apply to a wide variety of aviation careers. On-the-job training is helpful to use that knowledge and prove to an employer that you are enthusiastic about this industry. The processes I learned and applied in a real-work environment are what got me the career I have today assembling PW100 engines at StandardAero.
Brandon, Class of 2019
Learn the skills you'll need to work as an automotive technician. The two-year Automotive program gives you a solid grounding in mechanical systems, computers, networks, electronics, and non-mechanical systems you'll encounter on the job. You'll work on a fleet of diverse vehicles to develop your skills, then you will have an on the job training work placement where you will be in a real work environment.
In the one-year Precision Machinist program, you will learn how to take a mechanical blueprint and physically produce the part it describes. Learn to operate lathes, drill presses, vices, micrometers, and milling machines to create the precise component required by technical drawings.
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