ENGINEERING DESIGN TECHNOLOGY WITH PROCESS PIPING SPECIALTY
Engineering Design Technology Diploma students have the option of adding the Process Piping Certificate to their studies to gain specific preparation for careers in the oil and gas industry. Engineering Design Technology graduates work directly with engineers and technologists on process design teams to produce and analyze digital designs and to simulate and test process plant equipment, pressure vessels, and pipelines. Combine your creativity with technical accuracy in this in-demand field as you work to support the petrochemical and/or petroleum engineering disciplines.
What Will You Learn in the Engineering Design Technology with Process Piping Specialty Program?
In just one year, Digital School’s comprehensive program equips you with the creative and applied skills you need to enter the workforce directly after graduating:
- Utilize rapidly advancing software for projects such as Revit software for BIM and AutoCAD for process piping design
- Understand the BIM concept, its technologies and processes, and its application throughout the building lifecycle
- Apply 2D and 3D Computer Aided Design (CAD) skills
- Produce, analyze and test designs such as pressure vessels, storage tanks, process plant equipment and pipelines
- Use prescribed methods of design and apply industry standards, codes and regulations
- Apply the practices and procedures of surveying, including developing plans, cross-sectional views, and contour maps
- Understand engineering contracts and the legal system in Alberta
Embracing BIM for Education
BIM (Building Information Modeling) is a 3D model-based process that gives design and construction professionals the insight and tools to more efficiently plan, design, construct and manage buildings. BIM is revolutionizing the Architecture, Engineering and Construction industry, a shift similar to the evolution from hand drafting to Computer Aided Design (CAD).
Digital School is committed to exposing learners to the value of working with a BIM (Building Information Model) and developing appropriate skills as they progress through our programs. We take this BIM approach to ensure our graduates are successful in delivering the type of final output required of building owners, operators and managers.
What Career Paths Can You Follow After Graduation?
Students who earn the Engineering Design Technology diploma can choose from a variety of career paths. Engineers and professional architects rely on skilled technicians to help them produce and communicate design data in a range of work environments, including:
- Engineering firms
- Process design and manufacturing facilities
- BIM and CAD-specific workgroups
- Engineering consultants (municipal, provincial and federal)
Contact Digital School Today
Digital School’s Admissions Advisors are available to meet with you one-on-one to assist you in planning your journey to a new career. They can provide you with all of the information on admission requirements, tuition fees, start dates, and funding applications, and will provide you with a free Career Consultation to help you select the training path for a career that is right for you.