I have my extended family staying in Canada and hence would like to pursue a course there. I am in my final year engineering and would like to pursue a course in ‘Geometric Dimension & Tolerancing’. Please explain what this course deals with and the colleges that I can pursue it from.
Geometric Dimension & Tolerancing is a mechanical drawing standard aimed at providing a means for effective and accurate communication of geometry requirements of engineering projects. After the course you will be competent to read, understand and even develop the blue print of mechanical devices. GD&T has been used widely in the automotive, aerospace, electronics and several other manufacturing industries. You can pursue this course in Canada from colleges like Seneca College, Humber, Kwantlien and Vancover Island University. The University of Calgary and University of Toronto offers modules in ‘Geometrical Dimension and Tolerance’ as a part of their masters in manufacturing engineering program.