Manufacturing

Manufacturing Teacher Helping Student in Shop

Automobiles, wood products, petroleum and coal products, iron and steel mills, primary metals and fabricated metal products, electricity, plastics and rubber products, printing, biotechnology, textiles, clothing, and leather products are all aspects of the manufacturing sector. In Ontario, the manufacturing sector still accounts for the greatest number of jobs with its production of consumer and industrial goods that are essential for the province’s prosperity. Although the manufacturing sector remains a powerhouse in our economy, contributing 15 per cent of gross domestic product in 2007, the sector is undergoing fundamental change.

The manufacturing industry is committed to addressing skills development, labour market, and human resource issues across the various sectors within Canadian manufacturing. This will provide new employment opportunities for students choosing to pursue a career in this sector.

Apprenticeship Training College
Die Designer Buyer
Electrician Chemical Production Engineering Technologist
Electrician, Plant Maintenance Design and Drafting Technologist
Industrial Instrument Mechanic Electronics Engineering Technologist and Technician
Millwright – Industrial Industrial Engineering Technologist and Technician
Mould Maker Instrumentation and Control Technologist and Technician
Precision Machinist Inventory Analyst
Precision Metal Fabricator Manufacturing Technician/Technologist
Roll Grinder/Turner Materials Supervisor/Material Control Manager
Tool and Cutter Grinder Mechanical Engineer & Technologist
Tool and Die Maker Photonics Technologist and Technician
Welder Production and Quality Control Technologist
Welder Fitter Stationary Engineer
University Workplace
Chemical Engineer Foundry Worker
Electrical Engineer Inventory Clerk
Engineer, Computer Integrated Manufacturing Labourer, Material Handling
Industrial and Manufacturing Engineer Machine Operator, Metal Machining
Mechanical Engineer Oil and Gas Well Drilling Worker and Services Operator
Engineering Manager Motor Vehicle Assembler
Metallurgical Engineer Solderer
Production Engineer
Apprenticeship Training
Electrician
Electrician, Plant Maintenance
Industrial Instrument Mechanic
Millwright – Industrial
Mould Maker
Precision Machinist
Precision Metal Fabricator
Roll Grinder/Turner
Tool and Cutter Grinder
Tool and Die Maker
Welder
Welder Fitter
College
Buyer
Chemical Production Engineering Technologist
Design and Drafting Technologist
Electronics Engineering Technologist and Technician
Industrial Engineering Technologist and Technician
Instrumentation and Control Technologist and Technician
Inventory Analyst
Manufacturing Technician/Technologist
Materials Supervisor/Material Control Manager
Mechanical Engineer & Technologist
Photonics Technologist and Technician
Production and Quality Control Technologist
Stationary Engineer
University
Chemical Engineer
Electrical Engineer
Engineer, Computer Integrated Manufacturing
Industrial and Manufacturing Engineer
Mechanical Engineer
Engineering Manager
Metallurgical Engineer
Production Engineer
Workplace
Foundry Worker
Inventory Clerk
Labourer, Material Handling
Machine Operator, Metal Machining
Oil and Gas Well Drilling Worker and Services Operator
Motor Vehicle Assembler
Solderer

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