The contents of Blueprint Reading are consistent with the trends and practices currently used in the preparation of engineering drawings. The aim of this course is to enable the technology student to learn to read and interpret blueprints. The student will develop the ability to do freehand sketching of mechanical components and parts. Canadian standards for both metric and inch drawings using third angle orthographic projection will be observed.
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There are no prerequisites that apply to this course.
This course is offered through any of the following sections:
|Spring/Summer 2014 (May - August)|
|50||North Campus||May 14 2014||Aug 13 2014||60||475.20||Classroom|
205 Humber College Blvd., Toronto, ON M9W 5L7
Centre for Trades and Technology. 110 Carrier Drive. Toronto, ON M9W 5R1
Instructor led traditional face-to-face classroom.
Flexible delivery format that allows students to come to class every 2nd or 3rd week to meet instructor and classmates. Classroom will be devoted to group work, interactive discussions, guest speakers, presentations, and/or field trips. In between the in classroom times, course content will be covered online where instructor will post online readings and students will engage in online activities, discussions, and complete evaluations
Instructor led course is completed entirely online including tests and exams. You do not need to come to the College. Internet access and general computer knowledge are required to navigate the online classroom site, interact with teacher and classmates, and complete assignments/tests/exams. Some corporate networks may block access to the online class for internal security reasons.
Course will be offered in a modified format and may include; major and/or independent project/assignment, evaluations, group work and/or independent online study. Students must attend the first class where the class schedule, content, and logistics will be discussed. Tutorials are instructor led.