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ApprenticeshipTraining StandardSchedule of TrainingDraftsperson –MechanicalTrade Code: 614ADevelopment Date: March 2000This document is the property of the apprentice named inside and represents the official record of his/her training

NOTICE OF COLLECTION OF PERSONAL INFORMATION1.At any time during your apprenticeship training, you may be required to show this training standardto the Ministry of Training, Colleges and Universities (the Ministry). You will be required to disclose thesigned Apprenticeship Completion form to the Ministry in order to complete your program. The Ministrywill use your personal information to administer and finance Ontario’s apprenticeship training system,including confirming your completion and issuing your certificate of apprenticeship.2.The Ministry will disclose information about your program completion and your certificate ofapprenticeship to the Ontario College of Trades, as it is necessary for the College to carry out itsresponsibilities.3.Your personal information is collected, used and disclosed by the Ministry under the authority of theOntario College of Trades and Apprenticeship Act, 2009.4.Questions about the collection, use and disclosure of your personal information by the Ministry maybe addressed to the:Manager, Employment Ontario Contact CentreMinistry of Training, Colleges and Universities33 Bloor St. E, 2nd floor, Toronto, Ontario M7A 2S3Toll-free: 1-800-387-5656; Toronto: 416-326-5656TTY: 1-866-533-6339 or 416-325-4084.Please Note: Apprenticeship Training and Curriculum Standards were developed by the Ministry ofTraining, Colleges and Universities (MTCU). As of April 8th, 2013, the Ontario College of Trades (College)has become responsible for the development and maintenance of these standards. The College is carryingover existing standards without any changes.However, because the Apprenticeship Training and Curriculum Standards documents were developedunder either the Trades Qualification and Apprenticeship Act (TQAA) or the Apprenticeship andCertification Act, 1998 (ACA), the definitions contained in these documents may no longer be accurateand may not be reflective of the Ontario College of Trades and Apprenticeship Act, 2009 (OCTAA) as thenew trades legislation in the province. The College will update these definitions in the future.Meanwhile, please refer to the College’s website (http://www.collegeoftrades.ca) for the most accurateand up-to-date information about the College. For information on OCTAA and its regulations, please ion-and-regulationsOntario College of Trades

Page 1 of 7SCHEDULE OF TRAININGAPPRENTICESHIP TRADEDRAFTSPERSON - MECHANICAL - 614AA. Description/Duties:A Draftsperson - Mechanical performs some or all of the following duties:********2.Develops and prepares engineering designs and drawings.Operates computer-aided design and graphics drafting stations.Develops and prepares drawings of industrial machines, engines, tools, and mechanicalequipment.Develops and prepares design sketches.Completes documentation packages and produces drawing sets.Checks and verifies design drawings to conform to specification and design data.Writes technical reports.Checks prepared contract and tender documents.Is knowledgeable in:- Occupational Health and Safety Act.- Fire Codes and Regulations.- Accident prevention and safe practices.- Bio/Chemical Hazards and Hazardous materials.- First Aid/CPR.- Government regulations and protocols.- Environmental legislation and protocols.- Computer drafting and design techniques.Benchmark/Guideline Total Training Time Frames(Min/Max) (On-the-Job and In-School)Company/Sector/IC Name6,000 - 8,000 hoursOriginating TC/IC/PDSUDateDistrict Manager/PDSU ManagerDateProgram Standards ApprovalDirector's ApprovalByByDateDateUpdated Version #2 - March 8, 2000Ontario College of Trades AssignedTrade Code614A

Page 2 of 7SCHEDULE OF TRAININGAPPRENTICESHIP TRADEDRAFTSPERSON - MECHANICAL - 614AB. ON-THE JOB TRAININGUnit No614A-1PERFORMANCE OBJECTIVES (ON-THE-JOB SKILL SETS)Demonstrate Safe Working Practices and TechniquesRecognize and handle potential health and safety hazards and hazardous materials; complywith government safety standards, regulations, policies and procedures; wear personalprotective equipment and clothing; operate emergency safety equipment; maintain goodhousekeeping; use and maintain tools and equipment; assure protection from fire hazards;and in accordance with OHSA and company procedures. Follow environmental proceduresand regulations.614A-2DateApprentice’s SignatureSponsor’s SignatureCommunicate Orally and Write ReportsPrepare and deliver oral reports to fellow workers, clients, supervisors, and contractors;prepare written reports for supervisory personnel and other departments; complete inventoryrequisitions for replacement parts and supplies; and communicate effectively in accordancewith customer and company requirements.614A-3DateApprentice’s SignatureSponsor’s SignatureDemonstrate Drafting PrinciplesDemonstrate drafting skills and principles by using lines, views, projections, sections,dimensions, lettering, symbols, and sketches, in accordance with company requirements.DateApprentice’s SignatureSponsor’s SignatureUpdated Version #2 - March 8, 2000Ontario College of Trades

Page 3 of 7SCHEDULE OF TRAININGAPPRENTICESHIP TRADEDRAFTSPERSON - MECHANICAL - 614AB. ON-THE JOB TRAINING(cont’d)Unit No614A-4PERFORMANCE OBJECTIVES (ON-THE-JOB SKILL SETS)Perform Precision MeasurementsPerform precision measurements; including CSAE and ASME conventions and standards,materials, numbering, threads, tolerances, machines fits, and surface finishes; detailmechanical fasteners and locking devices; detail assembly and installation drawings; performmeasurement using required measuring and checking tools, manuals, and charts; inaccordance with government regulations and company procedures.614A-5DateApprentice’s SignatureSponsor’s SignatureDraft, Develop, and Prepare General Assembly and Detail Drawings and SketchesDraft general assembly and detailed drawings of gears, levers, pulleys, and reductiongears by: indicating dimensions and tolerances, fasteners, and joining requirements and allother engineering data by: preparing working drawings showing methods of manufacturing,joining, and fastening: utilizing knowledge of machine shop practices; drafting drawings ofmachine parts and components; preparING design sketches and drawings; using engineeringdrawings, calculations and specifications sheets; preparing sketches and drawings usingrequired drafting equipment, computer-aided drafting and design stations, and tools; and inaccordance with company requirements and job specifications.DateApprentice’s SignatureSponsor’s SignatureUpdated Version #2 - March 8, 2000Ontario College of Trades

Page 4 of 7SCHEDULE OF TRAININGAPPRENTICESHIP TRADEDRAFTSPERSON - MECHANICAL - 614AB. ON-THE JOB TRAINING (cont’d)Unit No614A-6PERFORMANCE OBJECTIVES (ON-THE-JOB SKILL SETS)Develop and Prepare Engineering DesignsDevelop and prepare engineering designs and drawings by: using preliminary conceptsand sketches; performing engineering calculations; interpreting specification sheets; usingother data; researching manufacture processes, production techniques, and materialapplications including tooling, metallurgy, schematics, heat treating, machine design, machineoperations, non-destructive testing, welding, brazing, soldering techniques, and plastic orsynthetic material application; developing and preparing designs and drawings using requireddrafting equipment, tools, and computer-aided drafting and design stations; and in accordancewith manufacturing requirements, company specifications, and government regulations.614A-7DateApprentice’s SignatureSponsor’s SignatureComplete Documentation PackagesComplete documentation packages by checking: dimensions, materials to be used,assembly and disassembly sequence of various parts. Check and verify design drawings toconform to specifications and design data. Write technical reports. Produce drawing sets.DateApprentice’s SignatureSponsor’s SignatureUpdated Version #2 - March 8, 2000Ontario College of Trades

Page 5 of 7SCHEDULE OF TRAININGAPPRENTICESHIP TRADEDRAFTSPERSON - MECHANICAL - 614AB. ON-THE JOB TRAINING (cont’d)Unit No614A-8PERFORMANCE OBJECTIVES (ON-THE-JOB SKILL SETS)Operate Computer-Aided Design and Drafting StationsPrepare layouts, designs, and detailed drawings, for application in manufacturing or otherfields, from sketches, notes and job specifications, and using graphics terminal of a computersystem. Review sketches and other data with engineering staff and make changes usingconventional drafting techniques. Load disk or tape-drive units with selected data files andrequired programs. Use keyboard to retrieve and display required drawings and othergraphics. Manipulate displayed graphics to develop designs or modify drawings. Inputdimensions, locations, and other digitized geometric or analytic information. Redraw detailsand edit text. Verify drawings and store on disk. Reproduce finalized drawings, specifiedelevations, cross-sections, projections or other details in hard copy for engineering use.Produce dimensional information, codes, files, part identification, job times, and otherprogrammed data as required.614A-9DateApprentice’s SignatureSponsor’s SignatureCheck Prepared Contract and Tender DocumentsExamine drawings to check for errors and take corrective action. Use installation drawings tocheck for procedures, numbering systems, notes, bills of material, and drawing changes.DateApprentice’s SignatureSponsor’s SignatureUpdated Version #2 - March 8, 2000Ontario College of Trades

Page 6 of 7SCHEDULE OF TRAININGAPPRENTICESHIP TRADEDRAFTSPERSON - MECHANICAL - 614AC. Off-the-Job Learning Outcomes:CONTENT: (To be written in learning outcomes and benchmark timeframes). On successfulcompletion of off-the-school (in-school) curriculum, the apprentice will demonstrate the ability to:DRAFTINGInterpreting lines, view position, conventions and standards found of prints, use of drawing toolsand the application of scale and precision dimensioning. Assembly and detail drawings toillustrate print identification, holes, sections, tapers and casting. Employ pictorial drawings toenable three dimensional visualization interpretation. True position tolerance dimensioning basedupon prints and drawings of single and double auxiliaries, weldments, and symmetrically oppositeparts. The drawing and detailing of outline and working to assemblies to drafting standards;reading of tool assembly prints.160 hrs.MATHReview of arithmetic, common and decimal fractions, linear and square measure, square root,ratio and proportion, percentage and checking calculations by excess of nines. Operations withpositive and negative numbers, grouping symbols, algebraic axioms, addition, factoring, fractions,fractional and lateral equations, exponents and radicals, linear systems of equations andquadratic equations. Geometry, trigonometry and shop applications and logarithms. Compoundangles.160 hrs.MACHINE SHOP PRACTICEHands on linear and precision measurement; layout and benchwork and bandsaw operational.Drill press set-up and operation; centre lathe basics.60 hrs.ENGINEERING MATERIALSThe structure of iron and heat treatment, iron carbide equilibrium diagram, classification of steels,properties of metal alloys. Classification of plastics, common groups, chemistry in the families,physical and mechanical properties of plastics, mould design for plastic production and industrialtreatment.60 hrs.Updated Version #2 - March 8, 2000Ontario College of Trades

Page 7 of 7SCHEDULE OF TRAININGAPPRENTICESHIP TRADEDRAFTSPERSON - MECHANICAL - 614AC. Off-the-Job Learning Outcomes (cont’d):CONTENT: (cont’d)COMPUTER-AIDED PRODUCT DESIGN (CADD)Generate 2 and 3D wireframe geometric models using generic CAD operations such as: curvetechniques, transformations, layer control, display control etc. Basic surfacing techniques as applied toa 3D model.100 hrs.WELDINGBasic welding fundamentals relative to shielded metal-arc welding in the FLAT position. (Include theory,practice, safety procedures and terms.)33 hrs.--------Total 600 hrs.Source & Type (Specify in detail: block or day release; night school; in-plant; correspondence).600 hours, 2 nights per week, 3 hrs per night, 3 semesters per yearBenchmark/Guideline Time-Frames of Off-The-Job/In-School Learning Outcomes600 hours theoryFundingPerformance Objectives and Learning outcomes reached:Date:Sponsor/Trainer/Employer signature:Apprentice signature:You will be required to disclose this signed form to the Ministry of Training, Colleges and Universities in order to complete your program. The Ministry will useyour personal information to administer and finance Ontario’s apprenticeship training system.For further information please see the notice/declaration for collection of personal information that is referenced in the table of contents of this training standard.Updated Version #2 - March 8, 2000Ontario College of Trades