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Structural Steel Management and Detailing (Optional Co-op)

Credential:
Ontario College Graduate Certificate
College Code:
CONS
School:
Engineering & Information Technology
Program Code:
1477G
Accelerated Delivery:
No
Campus:
CA
Academic Year:
2018 / 2019

About the Program

This dynamic two-year graduate certificate is designed to give students specialized and thorough training in the detailing, supply, fabrication and installation of steel structures and the management and coordination of such projects. The training is directly related to industry standards and working conditions within North America and will enable students to develop detailed analytical and communication skills necessary to do detailed drawings for the structural steel industry. Students will learn CAD skills, building information modelling (BIM), building code requirements, specifications and estimating to assist them with challenging projects. Faculty are highly qualified specialists with current and relevant field experience. The optional co-op stream includes one co-op work term instead of the Guided Career Management course.

This program is available to be taken on a full-time or part-time basis. Courses will be scheduled in the late afternoon and early evening to facilitate students who wish to take the program on a part-time basis while currently employed. Courses may also be scheduled to be delivered on Saturdays. Admission is available in January only. Bridging opportunities are available for trades. For more information, please contact the Program Coordinator at ssmd@conestogac.on.ca.

Program Information

Length: Two-year Ontario College Graduate Certificate program
Delivery Sequence: Cambridge - January/2019 - Winter | Spring/Summer | Fall | Winter
Delivery Sequence for Co-op Option: Cambridge - January/2019 - Winter | Spring/Summer | Fall | Winter
Location: Cambridge (Fountain Street)
Start: January
First-Year Capacity: 25

Admission Requirements

Note re: Admission Requirements

Applying to the Co-op Stream

Co-op Information

Admission Procedures

Tuition & Fees

Tuition fee details for the 2017-2018 year are listed below. Fees for the next academic year are unavailable at this time. Books and supplies are additional.

Non Co-op Program Fees

Domestic Fees

Estimated fees based upon the previous academic year (2017 / 2018) for Structural Steel Management and Detailing - Program # 1477g

Cambridge - Winter 2018 Level 1 & 2 (Program Start: 2018-01-08)
Description Winter 2018 Spring 2018
Student Priority Fee $49.95 $49.95
Recreation/Athletics Fee $69.55 $69.55
Graduation/Alumni Services Fee $28.10 $28.10
Administration Fee $25.55 $25.55
Technology Enhancement Fee $140.80 $140.80
Program Services Fee $178.67 $178.67
CSI Capital Development Fee $70.54 $70.54
CSI Association Fee $110.00 $110.00
CSI - CSA $4.56 $4.56
Program Tuition Fee (ACR) $4250.00 $4250.00
CSI Health Plan Fee $191.62 $0.00
ONE Card Fee $12.60 $12.60
Session Total $5131.94 $4940.32
Year Total   $10072.26

International Fees

Estimated International fees based upon the previous academic year (2017 / 2018) for
Structural Steel Management and Detailing - Program # 1477g


Cambridge - Winter 2018 Level 1 & 2 (Program Start: 2018-01-08)
Description Winter 2018 Spring 2018
International Program Tuition $5950.00 $5950.00
Student Priority Fee $49.95 $49.95
Recreation/Athletics Fee $69.55 $69.55
Graduation/Alumni Services Fee $28.10 $28.10
Administration Fee $25.55 $25.55
Technology Enhancement Fee $140.80 $140.80
Program Services Fee $178.67 $178.67
CSI Capital Development Fee $70.54 $70.54
CSI Association Fee $110.00 $110.00
CSI - CSA $4.56 $4.56
ISR $375.00 $375.00
International Health Fee $324.95 $0.00
ONE Card Fee $12.60 $12.60
Session Total $7340.27 $7015.32
Year Total   $14355.59

Co-op Program Fees

Domestic fees are currently unavailable; please check back at a later time.

Financial Assistance

The Ontario Student Assistance Program (OSAP) is a needs-based program designed to help Ontario students cover the cost of post-secondary education. Funded by the federal and provincial governments, OSAP is intended to promote equality of opportunity for post-secondary studies through direct financial assistance for educational costs and living expenses. These interest-free loans are intended to supplement your financial resources and those of your family. The majority of students apply for loan assistance via the OSAP website. Students can also print the application booklet through the OSAP website.

For more information, please visit Financial Services/Awards.

Graduate Opportunities

Upon graduation, students may find jobs in the structural steel and steel fabrication industries as steel detailers, coordinators and project managers. Graduates of the program will be well sought after by the Steel Plus Network Inc., a North American network of steel fabricators.

For more details on related occupations, job market information and career opportunities, see the Government of Canada website: http://www.workingincanada.gc.ca

Pathways & Credit Transfer

Conestoga pathways enable students to build on their academic achievements in order to earn a degree or additional credential. Pathways are formed through agreements between Conestoga programs or partner institutions.

Often applicants have earned credits from another college or university that may allow a student to be granted advanced standing or exemption. Learn more about credit transfer opportunities at Conestoga.

Prior Learning Assessment and Recognition (PLAR)

Conestoga recognizes prior learning of skills, knowledge or competencies that have been acquired through employment, formal and informal education, non-formal learning or other life experiences. Prior learning must be measurable at the required academic level and meet Conestoga standards of achievement for current courses. Challenge exams and portfolio development are the primary methods of assessment. Other methods of assessment may be available depending upon the nature of the course objectives. Successful completion of the assessment results in an official course credit that will be recorded on the student's Conestoga transcript. PLAR cannot be used by registered Conestoga students for the clearance of academic deficiencies, to improve grades or to obtain admission into a program.

Learn more about PLAR.

Program Courses

Non Co-op Course Details (1477G)
Course Code Course Title and Description
Level 1
ARCH8000 Computer Aided Design

Description: This course introduces the student to CAD software and its use in the production of drawings for structural steel fabrication and construction. The course includes the preparation, organization and management of drawing files as well as the commands and techniques necessary to prepare drawings efficiently and accurately. These skills will be applied in subsequent areas of study and future CAD/BIM courses.
Hours: 45
Credits: 3
Pre-Requisites:
CoRequisites:

ARCH8010 Sketching and Graphics

Description: This course, by means of hand sketching, will offer graphic communications practice while providing concepts centered on two and three dimensional objects. It also involves studying the sub components of those objects including visible and hidden lines, points, surfaces or planes. Concepts of primary and auxiliary views, scale, measurement and dimension will complete the curriculum. Objects of study will include elements of structural steel assemblies, details and connection between members.
Hours: 45
Credits: 3
Pre-Requisites:
CoRequisites:

CIVL8000 Steel Structures

Description: This course explores framing concepts, how load is generated and transferred through the structure, size selection and design of structural steel. Students learn the principles of economical framing and preparation of design drawings. Students will calculate the structural capacities of steel components.
Hours: 45
Credits: 3
Pre-Requisites:
CoRequisites:

COMM8170 Business Communication and Technical Writing

Description: Students will learn essential communications skills required for procuring and excelling in managerial positions within the trades and construction industry. Emphasis will be on clear, precise, and succinct written and oral communication directly related to common communication tasks associated within trades' management. The skills learned will improve the students' confidence and their ability to achieve employment as a member of a construction management team. Students will learn enhanced oral and writing skills aimed at helping them build solid relationships with clients, co-workers, and superiors.
Hours: 45
Credits: 3
Pre-Requisites:
CoRequisites:

CONS8160 Building Construction

Description: In this course typical construction techniques for commercial, institutional and industrial projects will be explored including the associated relationship of structural steel to other component systems including building foundations and envelope, services such as plumbing, heating, ventilation, material handling and fire protection will be explored. Additional topics will include structural systems commonly used, corrosion protection and architecturally exposed steel common to the construction industry. Contract documents including specifications and design drawings will be introduced.
Hours: 45
Credits: 3
Pre-Requisites:
CoRequisites:

MATH8020 Applied Mathematics and Mechanics

Description: This course applies the mathematics of trigonometry and vectors to the analysis of statically determinant building structures. Students utilize Newtonian physics and the mechanics of rigid bodies to develop the concepts of static equilibrium and the free body diagram. These are used to analyze two dimensional structural building elements and their connections. The structural elements are idealized as simple beams, frames, cantilevered beams and trusses carrying point, uniformly distributed and linearly varying loads.
This course introduces the concept of mechanical stress and strain in materials. Students utilize the theory of mechanics to determine the stress and strain caused by load, failure capacities and deformations of axially loaded structural elements and bending members. The mechanical behavior of steel, material failure mechanisms and structural stability are explored
Hours: 45
Credits: 3
Pre-Requisites:
CoRequisites:

Level 2
ARCH8020 BIM (Building Information Management)

Description: This course will compare and contrast techniques and concepts employed in the structural steel industry and by Building Information Management proponents. Software of both disciplines will be explored to understand the common functions and to enable transfer of information between platforms. Modeling techniques will form the basis for developing the individual's capability of managing model data in both platforms.
Hours: 30
Credits: 2
Pre-Requisites:
CoRequisites:

ARCH8030 Detailing I

Description: This course content will advance knowledge and practice in the use of computer software and associated tools and resources used by the steel industry. Students will learn concepts of constructability in the process of modelling and detailing structural steel for projects destined for commercial, institutional and industrial customers.
Hours: 60
Credits: 4
Pre-Requisites:
CoRequisites:

ARCH8040 Shop Drawing Fundamentals

Description: This course will introduce all forms of communication available for use in translating and communicating the concepts presented in the ‘issued for construction' documents to those whom purchase, fabricate and erect the structural steel on site. Included will be an introduction to the format of and the information to be provided on part drawings, member drawings, assembly drawings and installation drawings along with associated digital files necessary to for controlling automated machinery and for populating management software
Hours: 45
Credits: 3
Pre-Requisites: ARCH8000, ARCH8010
CoRequisites:

CIVL8010 Connection Design and Applications

Description: This course explores standard connections as represented in the CISC Handbook used by the industry for beam to girder, girder and or beam to column and bracing connections utilizing bolts, welds and the combination of bolts and welds. Instruction will be given in the CISC Handbook to choose appropriate connections for the given shear, moment and pass though loads. The principal characteristics of bearing, moment and slip-resistant connections will be part of the course work.
Hours: 45
Credits: 3
Pre-Requisites: CIVL8000, MATH8020
CoRequisites:

CONS8170 Estimating

Description: Skills relating to reading and interpreting contract specifications, structural drawings along with exploring framing concepts, steel member properties and standard connections form course work basics. Course work will also include developing accurate bills of materials, applying of labour costs and developing a project delivery plan, that best suits available company resources and that fit within the constraints of the contract documents. Quotation letter writing and negotiation techniques complete the content.
Hours: 45
Credits: 3
Pre-Requisites:
CoRequisites:

CONS8180 Construction Documents (Contracts, Specifications and Issued for Construction Drawings)

Description: This will be a study of a current set of construction documents. It will introduce the typical trades and their scope of work as presented in the documents as well as give an in depth study of those parts of the document package that represents the structural steel. Items critical to successful completion of the detailing, supply, fabrication and installation of structural steel will be identified and studied to allow for rapid recognition.
Hours: 30
Credits: 2
Pre-Requisites: COMM8170
CoRequisites:

Level 3
GCM2000 Career Management in Canada

Description: In this course, students build the theoretical knowledge to manage their careers in a series of fifteen workshops and then apply this theory by developing networks of industry professionals; enhance their technical and transferrable skills through weekly skill enhancement exercise; enhance networks by engaging with industry professionals; and gain related professional experience in their field through short-term projects. Students learn to establish career goals and objectives, build associated career management tools, and deploy modern job search technologies; and learn workplace survival skills to transition to employment effectively.
Hours: 225
Credits: 15
Pre-Requisites:
CoRequisites:

Level 4
ARCH8050 Advanced Shop Drawings

Description: This course will concentrate on complex structures and provide the opportunity to interpret and communicate via drawings and digital files. Survey and measurement techniques for managing critical details and dimensions for both shop and field assemblies with be explored
Hours: 45
Credits: 3
Pre-Requisites: ARCH8040
CoRequisites:

ARCH8060 Detailing II

Description: This program will expand the individual's knowledge and efficiency in the use of computer software and associated tools and resources used by the steel industry to model and detail structural steel. It will further explore the transfer of data into and out of the applicable software as a means to support efficient management and delivery of structural steel projects.
Hours: 45
Credits: 3
Pre-Requisites: ARCH8030
CoRequisites:

ARCH8070 Capstone Team Project (SSMD)

Description: This team project will provide first hand opportunity for participants to experience the role of team lead, modelling, shop drawing production and checker plays in normal delivery of a project. Simulation interactions with personnel associated with all aspects of project delivery including estimator, purchaser, shop and field foremen and the project manager will be part of the project.
Hours: 60
Credits: 4
Pre-Requisites: ARCH8040, CIVL8010, CONS8170
CoRequisites:

CONS8190 Contracts and Standard Code of Practice

Description: This course introduces the concepts and responsibilities of the company (employer) and those professionals associated with the project including a detailed analysis of the professional liability and corporate lability and associated safe guards and will include a detailed study of the Canadian Institute of Steel Construction (CISC) Code of Standard Practice.
Hours: 30
Credits: 2
Pre-Requisites: CONS8180
CoRequisites:

CONS8200 MPR Principles and Processes

Description: Students will be introduced to concepts in material resource planning (MPR) and their application in the structural steel fabrication management process including estimating, purchasing, document control, inventory, accounting, traceability and project sequencing. MPR software commonly used by steel fabricators will be explored as a preparation for use in conjunction with the capstone team project.
Hours: 60
Credits: 4
Pre-Requisites: CONS8170, CONS8180
CoRequisites:

MGMT8510 Project Management

Description: Structural steel detailing and fabrication projects are typically complex, are comprised of many tasks/components and involve a cross-section of different functional teams and stakeholders. In industry, one of the biggest challenges is to ensure that the project is on time and within the original project parameters. To ensure success, managers must be able to organize, lead and manage multiple tasks simultaneously. This course is designed to provide the student with an overview of the structure, functions and operations of projects specific to the structural steel fabrication industry. A significant emphasis will be on problem solving and teamwork skills while also providing practical training on the software tools and project planning processes/techniques. Key topics include goal setting, identifying dependency relationships, outlining resources required, concurrent activity management, decision theory, monitoring and controlling of progress to result in the successful completion of projects. Overall, this course helps prepare students how best to work as a productive member of a team
Hours: 45
Credits: 3
Pre-Requisites:
CoRequisites:

Optional Co-op Course Details (1477C)
Course Code Course Title and Description
Level 1
ARCH8000 Computer Aided Design

Description: This course introduces the student to CAD software and its use in the production of drawings for structural steel fabrication and construction. The course includes the preparation, organization and management of drawing files as well as the commands and techniques necessary to prepare drawings efficiently and accurately. These skills will be applied in subsequent areas of study and future CAD/BIM courses.
Hours: 45
Credits: 3
Pre-Requisites:
CoRequisites:

ARCH8010 Sketching and Graphics

Description: This course, by means of hand sketching, will offer graphic communications practice while providing concepts centered on two and three dimensional objects. It also involves studying the sub components of those objects including visible and hidden lines, points, surfaces or planes. Concepts of primary and auxiliary views, scale, measurement and dimension will complete the curriculum. Objects of study will include elements of structural steel assemblies, details and connection between members.
Hours: 45
Credits: 3
Pre-Requisites:
CoRequisites:

CIVL8000 Steel Structures

Description: This course explores framing concepts, how load is generated and transferred through the structure, size selection and design of structural steel. Students learn the principles of economical framing and preparation of design drawings. Students will calculate the structural capacities of steel components.
Hours: 45
Credits: 3
Pre-Requisites:
CoRequisites:

COMM8170 Business Communication and Technical Writing

Description: Students will learn essential communications skills required for procuring and excelling in managerial positions within the trades and construction industry. Emphasis will be on clear, precise, and succinct written and oral communication directly related to common communication tasks associated within trades' management. The skills learned will improve the students' confidence and their ability to achieve employment as a member of a construction management team. Students will learn enhanced oral and writing skills aimed at helping them build solid relationships with clients, co-workers, and superiors.
Hours: 45
Credits: 3
Pre-Requisites:
CoRequisites:

CONS8160 Building Construction

Description: In this course typical construction techniques for commercial, institutional and industrial projects will be explored including the associated relationship of structural steel to other component systems including building foundations and envelope, services such as plumbing, heating, ventilation, material handling and fire protection will be explored. Additional topics will include structural systems commonly used, corrosion protection and architecturally exposed steel common to the construction industry. Contract documents including specifications and design drawings will be introduced.
Hours: 45
Credits: 3
Pre-Requisites:
CoRequisites:

MATH8020 Applied Mathematics and Mechanics

Description: This course applies the mathematics of trigonometry and vectors to the analysis of statically determinant building structures. Students utilize Newtonian physics and the mechanics of rigid bodies to develop the concepts of static equilibrium and the free body diagram. These are used to analyze two dimensional structural building elements and their connections. The structural elements are idealized as simple beams, frames, cantilevered beams and trusses carrying point, uniformly distributed and linearly varying loads.
This course introduces the concept of mechanical stress and strain in materials. Students utilize the theory of mechanics to determine the stress and strain caused by load, failure capacities and deformations of axially loaded structural elements and bending members. The mechanical behavior of steel, material failure mechanisms and structural stability are explored
Hours: 45
Credits: 3
Pre-Requisites:
CoRequisites:

Level 2
ARCH8020 BIM (Building Information Management)

Description: This course will compare and contrast techniques and concepts employed in the structural steel industry and by Building Information Management proponents. Software of both disciplines will be explored to understand the common functions and to enable transfer of information between platforms. Modeling techniques will form the basis for developing the individual's capability of managing model data in both platforms.
Hours: 30
Credits: 2
Pre-Requisites:
CoRequisites:

ARCH8030 Detailing I

Description: This course content will advance knowledge and practice in the use of computer software and associated tools and resources used by the steel industry. Students will learn concepts of constructability in the process of modelling and detailing structural steel for projects destined for commercial, institutional and industrial customers.
Hours: 60
Credits: 4
Pre-Requisites:
CoRequisites:

ARCH8040 Shop Drawing Fundamentals

Description: This course will introduce all forms of communication available for use in translating and communicating the concepts presented in the ‘issued for construction' documents to those whom purchase, fabricate and erect the structural steel on site. Included will be an introduction to the format of and the information to be provided on part drawings, member drawings, assembly drawings and installation drawings along with associated digital files necessary to for controlling automated machinery and for populating management software
Hours: 45
Credits: 3
Pre-Requisites: ARCH8000, ARCH8010
CoRequisites:

CEPR8000 Co-op and Career Preparation

Description: This mandatory course prepares students for job searching for their co-op work terms and for post-graduate careers. Students will reflect on their skills, attitudes, and expectations and evaluate and interpret available opportunities in the workplace. Self-marketing techniques using resumes, cover letters, cold-calls, and interviewing will be learned and students will learn the expectations, rules, and regulations that apply in the workplace with regards to social, organizational, ethical, and safety issues while developing an awareness of self-reflective practice.
Hours: 14
Credits: 1
Pre-Requisites:
CoRequisites:

CIVL8010 Connection Design and Applications

Description: This course explores standard connections as represented in the CISC Handbook used by the industry for beam to girder, girder and or beam to column and bracing connections utilizing bolts, welds and the combination of bolts and welds. Instruction will be given in the CISC Handbook to choose appropriate connections for the given shear, moment and pass though loads. The principal characteristics of bearing, moment and slip-resistant connections will be part of the course work.
Hours: 45
Credits: 3
Pre-Requisites: CIVL8000, MATH8020
CoRequisites:

CONS8170 Estimating

Description: Skills relating to reading and interpreting contract specifications, structural drawings along with exploring framing concepts, steel member properties and standard connections form course work basics. Course work will also include developing accurate bills of materials, applying of labour costs and developing a project delivery plan, that best suits available company resources and that fit within the constraints of the contract documents. Quotation letter writing and negotiation techniques complete the content.
Hours: 45
Credits: 3
Pre-Requisites:
CoRequisites:

CONS8180 Construction Documents (Contracts, Specifications and Issued for Construction Drawings)

Description: This will be a study of a current set of construction documents. It will introduce the typical trades and their scope of work as presented in the documents as well as give an in depth study of those parts of the document package that represents the structural steel. Items critical to successful completion of the detailing, supply, fabrication and installation of structural steel will be identified and studied to allow for rapid recognition.
Hours: 30
Credits: 2
Pre-Requisites: COMM8170
CoRequisites:

Level 3
COOP8130 Structural Steel Management and Detail - WT

Description: This course will allow the student to participate in College approved work experience involving structural steel management and detailing projects. This course will increase the student's understanding of employer expectations with regards to attitudinal, practical, and academic skills. These skill areas will be improved during the work term while the student responsibly performs the duties as defined in the job description, in accordance with course and program outcomes. Student development will be evaluated during and at the conclusion of the work experience.
Hours: 420
Credits: 14
Pre-Requisites: CDEV8200 or CEPR8000
CoRequisites:

Level 4
ARCH8050 Advanced Shop Drawings

Description: This course will concentrate on complex structures and provide the opportunity to interpret and communicate via drawings and digital files. Survey and measurement techniques for managing critical details and dimensions for both shop and field assemblies with be explored
Hours: 45
Credits: 3
Pre-Requisites: ARCH8040
CoRequisites:

ARCH8060 Detailing II

Description: This program will expand the individual's knowledge and efficiency in the use of computer software and associated tools and resources used by the steel industry to model and detail structural steel. It will further explore the transfer of data into and out of the applicable software as a means to support efficient management and delivery of structural steel projects.
Hours: 45
Credits: 3
Pre-Requisites: ARCH8030
CoRequisites:

ARCH8070 Capstone Team Project (SSMD)

Description: This team project will provide first hand opportunity for participants to experience the role of team lead, modelling, shop drawing production and checker plays in normal delivery of a project. Simulation interactions with personnel associated with all aspects of project delivery including estimator, purchaser, shop and field foremen and the project manager will be part of the project.
Hours: 60
Credits: 4
Pre-Requisites: ARCH8040, CIVL8010, CONS8170
CoRequisites:

CONS8190 Contracts and Standard Code of Practice

Description: This course introduces the concepts and responsibilities of the company (employer) and those professionals associated with the project including a detailed analysis of the professional liability and corporate lability and associated safe guards and will include a detailed study of the Canadian Institute of Steel Construction (CISC) Code of Standard Practice.
Hours: 30
Credits: 2
Pre-Requisites: CONS8180
CoRequisites:

CONS8200 MPR Principles and Processes

Description: Students will be introduced to concepts in material resource planning (MPR) and their application in the structural steel fabrication management process including estimating, purchasing, document control, inventory, accounting, traceability and project sequencing. MPR software commonly used by steel fabricators will be explored as a preparation for use in conjunction with the capstone team project.
Hours: 60
Credits: 4
Pre-Requisites: CONS8170, CONS8180
CoRequisites:

MGMT8510 Project Management

Description: Structural steel detailing and fabrication projects are typically complex, are comprised of many tasks/components and involve a cross-section of different functional teams and stakeholders. In industry, one of the biggest challenges is to ensure that the project is on time and within the original project parameters. To ensure success, managers must be able to organize, lead and manage multiple tasks simultaneously. This course is designed to provide the student with an overview of the structure, functions and operations of projects specific to the structural steel fabrication industry. A significant emphasis will be on problem solving and teamwork skills while also providing practical training on the software tools and project planning processes/techniques. Key topics include goal setting, identifying dependency relationships, outlining resources required, concurrent activity management, decision theory, monitoring and controlling of progress to result in the successful completion of projects. Overall, this course helps prepare students how best to work as a productive member of a team
Hours: 45
Credits: 3
Pre-Requisites:
CoRequisites:

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