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ApprenticeshipTraining StandardIndustrial Mechanic(Millwright)Trade Code: 433ADevelopment Date: February 2010This document is the property of the apprentice named inside and represents the official record of his/her training

INDUSTRIAL MECHANIC (MILLWRIGHT)CONTENTSPAGEApprenticeship Program Summary/Guidelines. 3Competency Analysis Profile. 6Preface. 12Definitions. 13Important Directions for the Apprentice .15Important Directions for the Sponsor/Employer and Supervisor/Trainer.15Notice/Declaration for Collection of Personal Information. 16Roles and Responsibilities of the Apprentice, Sponsor/Employer, and Supervisor/Trainer .17Skill Set Completion Form. 19SKILL SETS4600.0Protect Self and Others . 214601.0Communicate . 244602.0Use Drawings and Schematics . 254603.0Use Hand and Power Tools. 274604.0Use Machine Tools . 294605.0Use Precision Measuring Equipment . 321Ontario College of Trades

INDUSTRIAL MECHANIC (MILLWRIGHT)4606.0Use Materials and Fasteners . 344607.0Apply Lubricants. 364608.0Rig and Hoist. 384609.0Install and Maintain Material-Handling Systems . 404610.0Install and Maintain Power Transmission Systems . 424611.0Install and Maintain Compressors. 444612.0Install and Maintain Pumps. 464613.0Install, Commission, and Maintain Prime Movers and Machinery . 484614.0Weld, Braze, and Solder. 514615.0Install and Maintain Bearings, Seals, and Packing . 534616.0Install and Maintain Fans and Blowers. 554617.0Install and Maintain Fluid Power Systems. 574618.0Perform Preventive and Predictive Maintenance . 61Apprentice Record. 63Apprentice Completion Form. 662Ontario College of Trades

INDUSTRIAL MECHANIC (MILLWRIGHT)APPRENTICESHIP PROGRAM SUMMARY/GUIDELINES1.Program Definition: Industrial Mechanic (Millwright) is defined as a person who: installs, troubleshoots, maintains, and repairs industrial mechanical machinery andequipment.INDUSTRIAL MECHANIC (MILLWRIGHT) is an approved apprenticeship programfor the purposes of the Apprenticeship and Certification Act, 1998 (ACA).2.Program Guidelines On-the-Job Training Duration (for apprentices)The Industry Committee has identified 7280 hours as the duration generallynecessary for any apprentice to become competent in the skills required. Theremay be individual circumstances in which the duration varies from this guideline. In-School Training DurationThe Industry Committee has identified 720 hours of in-school training as theduration generally necessary for an apprentice to complete the in-schoolcurriculum for this program, except where an apprentice has been exempted fromany level of that curriculum. RatioThe Industry Committee has identified a journeyperson-to-apprentice ratio of onejourneyperson or person who is deemed to have equivalent to a journeypersonstatus to one apprentice as the ratio generally necessary for an apprentice to beproperly trained on the job in this program. There may be individualcircumstances in which the ratio varies from this guideline.3Ontario College of Trades

INDUSTRIAL MECHANIC (MILLWRIGHT)3.Program Requirements Restricted Skill SetsThis program does not contain any restricted skill sets as per Ontario Regulation565/99, Restricted Skill Sets. Therefore, an individual is not required to be aregistered apprentice or possess certification in order to perform skills containedin the program. Academic StandardThe Industry Committee has identified the minimum academic standard for entryto this program as completion of Grade 12 or ministry-approved equivalent.(See ACA Policy 102, Confirming Academic Requirements.) Eligibility for Exam Challenge (for Non-apprentice C of Q Applicants)The challenger must: provide proof of competency in all mandatory (unshaded) skills asidentified in the Training Standard or Schedule of Training; demonstrate that he or she has acquired 8000 hours of on-the-job training.(See ACA Policy 150, Assessing Applicants for the Certificate of Qualification.) Eligibility for Program Completion (for Apprentices)The apprentice must: achieve competency in all mandatory (unshaded) skills as identified in theTraining Standard or Schedule of Training; complete the in-school training as outlined in the industry and ministryapproved Curriculum Standard.(See ACA Policy 309, Completion of an Apprenticeship Program.) Other ResourcesComplete program requirements, policies, and standards can be obtained byreferring to the following resources: Apprenticeship and Certification Act, 1998 (ACA) ACA General Regulation 573/99 ACA Exemption Regulation 566/99 Program-specific Apprenticeship Training Standard or Schedules ofTraining ACA Program and Policy Manual4Ontario College of Trades

INDUSTRIAL MECHANIC (MILLWRIGHT) Other Required CertificationN/A Academic BackgroundIndustry has identified relevant secondary-school course(s) likely to increase anindividual’s chances of success if completed before program entry. For details, seethe document Apprenticeship Subject Pathways.5Ontario College of Trades

INDUSTRIAL MECHANIC (MILLWRIGHT)COMPETENCY ANALYSIS PROFILEIndustrial Mechanic (Millwright) – 433A(All unshaded skill sets must be demonstrated/completed.)SKILLSSKILL SETSPROTECT SELFAND OTHERS4600.0COMMUNICATE4601.0USE DRAWINGSANDSCHEMATICS4602.0Practise safework habitsApply machineryand equipmentlockout and deenergizingproceduresWear, adjust, andmaintain personalprotectiveequipment andclothingComply withestablishedconfined spacesafety proceduresFollow companyprocedures forapplying first aid4600.01Apply firepreventiontechniques4600.02Perform all workin compliancewith companysafety 064600.07Communicatewith fellowworkers,companyrepresentatives,and other trades4601.01Use engineering,machine, andcomponentdrawings andsymbols4602.01Write maintenanceand job-specifictechnical reports4601.02Draw or sketchassembly andcomponent parts4602.02Use reports andtechnical andmanufacturers’manuals4602.036Ontario College of Trades Use schematicsand diagrams4602.04

INDUSTRIAL MECHANIC (MILLWRIGHT)USE HAND ANDPOWER TOOLS4603.0Use fasteningtoolsUse metal cuttingtoolsUse measurementtools4603.024603.034603.04Use feed, speed,thread cutting,drill, and tapchart informationand specificationsApply specifictrade calculationsand formulasOperate pedestalor radial drillingmachines4604.01Perform millingoperations4604.02Use machine 604.064604.074604.084603.01Use impact toolsand/or powderactuated toolsUse hand toolsUse portablepower tools4603.054603.06USE MACHINETOOLS4604.0USE PRECISIONMEASURINGEQUIPMENT4605.0Use internal andexternalmicrometers4605.01Use bench marksand turningpointsUse verniersUse 7Ontario College of Trades Operate cut-offand band saws4604.04Use precisionmeasuring devices4605.04Perform latheoperations4604.05Use measuringand testinginstruments andequipment4605.05

INDUSTRIAL MECHANIC (MILLWRIGHT)USEMATERIALSANDFASTENERSUse ferrous, nonferrous, andspecialty alloymaterials4606.04606.01APPLYLUBRICANTSIdentify thecharacteristicsand compositionof lubricants4607.04607.01RIG AND HOIST4608.0INSTALL ANDMAINTAINMATERIALHANDLINGSYSTEMS4609.0Plan lifts4608.01Use non-metallicmaterials4606.02Apply oils andgreases4607.02Use rigging andhoistingequipment4608.02Install, align, andmaintainconveyor systemsInstall andmaintain conveyorcomponents4609.01Install andmaintainmaterial-handlingvalves4609.02Install andmaintain materialhandling pipingand duct work4609.06Apply the screwthread system4606.03Apply specialpurpose lubricants4607.03Inspect riggingand hoistingequipment4608.03Splice conveyorbelts4609.034609.078Ontario College of Trades Install fasteningdevices4606.04Install, maintain,and repairmachinery andplant lubricationsystemsHandle and storeall lubricants andgreases4607.044607.05Use standard handsignals and/orradio signalprocedures4608.04Inspect tracking atidlers and pulleys4609.04Use manual orpower hoistingequipment4608.05Inspect andmaintain overheadcranes and hoistsand monorailsystems4609.05

INDUSTRIAL MECHANIC (MILLWRIGHT)INSTALL ANDMAINTAINPOWERTRANSMISSIONSYSTEMS4610.0INSTALL ANDMAINTAINCOMPRESSORS4611.0INSTALL ANDMAINTAINPUMPS4612.0INSTALL,COMMISSION,AND MAINTAINPRIME MOVERSANDMACHINERY4613.0Calculate gearratios,horsepowerrequirements, andfinal speeds4610.01Install andmaintain rotaryand reciprocatingcompressors4611.01Install andmaintainhydrodynamicpumps4612.01Install, align, andmaintain powertransmission beltsInstall, align andmaintain powertransmissioncomponentsInstall, align, andmaintaincouplings4610.024610.034610.04Install andmaintain primaryfilters and coolers4611.02Install, maintain,and replacehydrodynamicpump components4612.02Install andmaintainseparators andreceivers4611.03Install, maintain,and repairhydrostatic pumps4612.03Lay out andprepare base orfoundationInstall primemoversLevel and alignmachinery4613.01Start up and runin prime moverand ancillaryequipment4613.02Record footprint/signature ofmachinery4613.03Maintain andrepair primemovers4613.064613.074613.089Ontario College of Trades Install, maintain,and repairunloading,distribution, andlube systems4611.04Install andmaintain keys,splines, bushes,and taperedbushings4610.05Install, maintain,and inspect dryersand coolers4611.05Inspect, maintain,and replacehydrostatic pumpcomponents4612.04Secure machinery4613.04Conduct finalchecks on primemovers andmachinery4613.05

INDUSTRIAL MECHANIC (MILLWRIGHT)WELD, BRAZE,AND SOLDER4614.0Prepare forweldingSet up and operateelectric arcweldingequipmentSet up and operategas welding,coating andcutting equipment4614.024614.03Install andmaintain plainand journalbearingsInstall andmaintain bearinghousingsInstall andmaintain bearings4615.01Apply chemicalsealants4615.02Install and removepacking4614.01Heat-treat andstress-relievemetal and alloysApply weldingsymbols 4.06INSTALL ANDMAINTAINBEARINGS,SEALS, ANDPACKING4615.0INSTALL ANDMAINTAINFANS ANDBLOWERS4616.0Inspect bearings4615.034615.044615.064615.07Install andmaintain singleand multi-stagefan and blowersystemsMaintain andtroubleshootsingle- and multistage fan andblowercomponentsTroubleshoot andbalance airflow inthe systemTroubleshoot,inspect andreplace worn ordefective controls4616.014616.024616.034616.0410Ontario College of Trades Install static,dynamic, androtary seals4615.05

INDUSTRIAL MECHANIC (MILLWRIGHT)INSTALL ANDMAINTAINFLUID POWERSYSTEMS4617.0Apply fluidpower formulasand principlesInstall andmaintain controlvalvesInstall andmaintainregulatorsSelect and replacefluidsInstall, start up,maintain, andrepair power unitsand associatedfluid powercircuitry4617.01Install andmaintain filters,strainers, bleshootfluid powersystems4617.02Lay out, install,and maintain fluidconductors4617.03Install andmaintain linearand rotaryactuators4617.04Set up and adjustvariableproportionalcontrol valves4617.05Set up, maintain,and adjust logicservo-proportionalcontrol REVENTIVEANDPREDICTIVEMAINTENANCE4618.0Use and maintainfixed andportable vibrationand balancingequipment4618.01Select and usevarious types ofnon-destructivetest equipment4618.02Use computer andmaintenancesoftware packages4618.0311Ontario College of Trades Use and maintainnoise-monitoringinstruments4618.04Use and maintaintemperature,pressure, and fibreoptic monitoringinstruments4618.05

INDUSTRIAL MECHANIC (MILLWRIGHT)PREFACEThis Training Standard was developed by the Program Development Unit of the Ministry ofTraining, Colleges, and Universities (MTCU), in partnership with the Industry AdvisoryCommittee and in consultation with representatives from the industry. This document is intendedto be used by the apprentice, supervisor/trainer, and sponsor/employer as a “blueprint” fortraining and as a prerequisite for completion and certification.This training document becomes the apprentice’s only record of workplace training performance.The supervisor/trainer and apprentice are required to sign off on and date the skills followingeach successful acquisition, unless a skill is marked shaded (optional).The care and maintenance of this training document are the joint responsibility of theapprentice and the sponsor/employer. By signing off on the skill, the supervisor/trainer andthe apprentice are indicating that the apprentice has demonstrated competency in the skill.This Training Standard has been developed specifically for documenting the apprentice’sacquisition of skills of the trade.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. TheCollege is carrying over existing standards without any changes.However, because the Apprenticeship Training and Curriculum Standards documents weredeveloped under either the Trades Qualification and Apprenticeship Act (TQAA) or theApprenticeship and Certification Act, 1998 (ACA), the definitions contained in these documents mayno longer be accurate and may not be reflective of the Ontario College of Trades and ApprenticeshipAct, 2009 (OCTAA) as the new trades legislation in the province. The College will update thesedefinitions in the future.Meanwhile, please refer to the College’s website ( for the mostaccurate and up-to-date information about the College. For information on OCTAA and itsregulations, please visit: d-regulations12Ontario College of Trades

INDUSTRIAL MECHANIC (MILLWRIGHT)DEFINITIONSACAApprenticeship and Certification Act, 1998Certificate of Apprenticeship (C of A)Certification issued to individuals who have demonstrated that they have completed anapprenticeship in OntarioCertificate of Qualification (C of Q)Certification issued to C of Q applicants who have achieved a passing grade on the certificationexam for their tradeCompetency Analysis ProfileA document that identifies the training needs of an individual trade and details the skills/skill setsthat must be demonstratedCompetencyThe ability of an individual to perform a skill repeatedly and without assistance in the workplaceto the standard set out in the Training Standard or Schedule of TrainingGeneral Performance Objective (On-the-Job Skill Set)Describes a set of skills that includes all performance objectives under that skill setIndustry Committee (IC) – Under the ACA and Provincial Advisory Committee (PAC)Under the TQAAUnder the ACA and TQAA, the Minister may appoint a provincial committee in any trade orgroup of trades to advise the Minister in matters relating to the establishment and operation ofapprenticeship training programs and trades qualificationsJourneyperson or EquivalentA person who has acquired the knowledge and skills in a trade, occupation, or craft as attested toby a provincial or territorial authorityMandatoryStatus assigned to unshaded individual skills, skill sets, or general performance objectives thatmust be signed off on to demonstrate that the apprentice has completed the programOptionalStatus assigned to shaded individual skills, skills sets, or general performance objectives forwhich sign-off is not required for the apprentice to complete the program but that may be testedon an examination for certification13Ontario College of Trades

INDUSTRIAL MECHANIC (MILLWRIGHT)Sign-OffSignature of the sponsor/employer of record or an individual to whom that sponsor or employerhas delegated signing authority, indicating an apprentice’s achievement of competencySkillIndividual skill described in the Training Standard (note: does not mean the larger skill groupsreferred to in the Training Standard as Skill Sets, Training Units, or General PerformanceObjective, but the individual skills that make up those groups)Skill SetsGroup of individual skills found in the Training Standard (may also be called Training Unit orGeneral Performance Objective)Skill Set Completion FormLists all skill sets and includes space for sign-off by sponsor/employer of record.Sponsor/EmployerA person who has entered into a registered training agreement under which the person is requiredto ensure that an individual is provided with workplace-based training in a trade, otheroccupation, or skill set as part of an apprenticeship program approved by the DirectorSponsor/Employer of RecordRefers to the sponsor or employer documented as the signatory to the current training agreementor contract. For sponsors/employers to be considered for the training of apprentices, they mustidentify that the workplace has qualified journeypersons or equivalent on site and can identifythat the workplace has the tools, equipment, materials, and processes that have been identified byProvincial Advisory Committees (PACs) or Industry Committees (ICs) as being required for thetrade.SupervisorAn individual who oversees the execution of a task or the work of others.TrainerA qualified trainer in a compulsory trade is a journeyperson with a Certificate of Qualification orin a voluntary trade is an individual who is considered equivalent to a journeyperson with aCertificate of Qualification.TQAATrades Qualification and Apprenticeship ActTraining StandardA document that has been written in concise statements that describe how well an apprenticemust perform each skill in order to become competent. By using the document, trainers will beable to ensure that the apprentice is developing skills detailed for the occupation.14Ontario College of Trades

INDUSTRIAL MECHANIC (MILLWRIGHT)IMPORTANT DIRECTIONSFor the Apprentice1.All complete skills or skill sets must be signed and dated by both the apprentice and thesponsor/employer when either all terms of the contract have been completed or theapprentice leaves the employ of the employer.2.It is the responsibility of the apprentice to inform the local Apprenticeship Officeregarding the following changes: change of sponsor/employer addresschange of apprentice name or addresstransfer to a new sponsor/employer3.The Skill Set Completion Form must be completed and signed by the currentsponsor/employer and presented to the local Apprenticeship Office at the fulfilment of allterms of a Contract of Apprenticeship/Training Agreement.4.The Apprentice Completion Form with the Completed and Authorized Training Standardmust be presented to the local Apprenticeship Unit.For the Sponsor/Employer and Supervisor/TrainerThe Training Standard identifies skills required for this trade/occupation and its related trainingprogram.This Training Standard has been written in concise statements that describe how an apprenticemust perform each skill in order to become competent. Competence means being able to performthe task to the required standard.By using this Training Standard, supervisors/trainers will be able to ensure that the apprentice isdeveloping the skills detailed for the trade/occupation.A qualified supervisor/trainer and the apprentice are required to sign off on and date the skillsfollowing each successful acquisition.Sponsors/employers participating in this training program will be designated as the SigningAuthority and are required to attest to successful achievement by signing the appropriate boxincluded at the end of each skill set.15Ontario College of Trades

INDUSTRIAL MECHANIC (MILLWRIGHT)NOTICE OF COLLECTION OF PERSONAL INFORMATIONAt any time during your apprenticeship training, you may be required to show this training 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 416-325-4084.16Ontario College of Trades

INDUSTRIAL MECHANIC (MILLWRIGHT)ROLES AND RESPONSIBILITIES OF THE APPRENTICE, SPONSOR/EMPLOYER,AND SUPERVISOR/TRAINERApprentice “Apprenticeship is learning on the job.” Practise safe work habits.Use your apprenticeship Training Standard as a journal to keep track of which skills youhave achieved.Talk over your training plan with your Training Consultant, Employer, Union, orSponsor.Know what tools are required for your trade and how to use them.Ask questions and keep asking.Talk to your employer about your training needs.Demonstrate enthusiasm and good work habits.Ensure that you and your supervisor/trainer sign off on the skill sets on successfulcompletion of the competency.Sponsor/Employer “Training is an investment.” Demonstrate safe work habits.Attest to successful achievement by signing off on the skill/skills sets.Provide opportunities and time for the apprentice to learn the trade.Offer practical trade training experiences that cover all the skill sets.Foster work ethics that support training while minimizing productivity losses.Set out clear expectations, then recognize or reward performance excellence.Involve both the apprentice and the supervisor/trainer in developing the training plan.Use the Training Standard as a monitoring tool and part of regular performanceevaluations.Select supervisors/trainers who have good communication skills and who work well withothers.Encourage supervisors/trainers to take upgrading courses (Train the Trainer, MentorCoach, etc.).Complete the Skill Set Completion Form once the apprentice has demonstratedcompetency in the training.Ensure that the apprentice always works under the direction of or has access to a qualifiedsupervisor/trainer.Vary the apprentice’s exposure to all the skills set out in the Training Standard.17Ontario College of Trades

INDUSTRIAL MECHANIC (MILLWRIGHT)Supervisor/Trainer Demonstrate safe work habits.Treat apprentices fairly and with respect.Use the Training Standard as a guide to evaluating competency in each skill area. Byusing the Training Standard, supervisors/trainers will be able to ensure that the apprenticeis developing skills detailed for the trade/occupation.Review the Training Standard with the apprentice and develop a training plan.Respond fully to all questions.Be patient. Explain what is to be done, then show how it is done, and then let theapprentice demonstrate the task.Provide continual feedback.Sign off on individual skills/skill sets once the apprentice demonstrates competency in theskill.Suggestions for Assessing the Progress of the Apprentice in the Workplace Use informal daily observation.Provide constructive feedback to build confidence.Allow the supervisor/trainer time to teach and demonstrate the skills.Take prompt action whenever problems occur.Conduct regular performance reviews involving the apprentice, supervisor/trainer, andsponsor/employer.Use the Training Standard as the reference for establishing the competency of theapprentice.18Ontario College of Trades


INDUSTRIAL MECHANIC (MILLWRIGHT)NOTE ON SHADED PERFORMANCE OBJECTIVES AND SKILLS Shaded performance objectives and skill sets are optional. The shaded skills do not haveto be demonstrated or signed off on for completion of the on-the-job component of theapprenticeship.The in-school curriculum learning outcomes will cover all the skill sets, both shaded andunshaded.The Certificate of Qualification examination will test the whole of the trade and may testboth shaded and unshaded performance skill sets.20Ontario College of Trades

INDUSTRIAL MECHANIC (MILLWRIGHT)4600.0PROTECT SELF AND OTHERSGENERAL PERFORMANCE OBJECTIVEProtect self and others by practicing safe work habits; applying machinery andequipment lockout and de-energizing procedures; wearing, adjusting, andmaintaining personal protective equipment and clothing; complying withestablished confined space safety procedures; following company procedures forapplying first aid; demonstrating awareness of fire-prevention techniques; andperforming all work in compliance with company safety and housekeepingstandards.PERFORMANCE OBJECTIVESSKILLS4600.01Practise safe work habits by installing, troubleshooting, and maintainingindustrial equipment; ensuring compliance with all applicable safety legislation;and applying correct body mechanics when bending, lifting, or moving heavyloads, in accordance with government regulations and company policy.Date Completed4600.02ApprenticeSupervisor/TrainerApply machinery and equipment lockout and de-energizing procedures tomechanical, electrical, hydraulic, and pneumatic systems before commencingmaintenance and overhaul procedures, in accordance with government regulationsand company policy.Date CompletedApprentice21Ontario College of Trades Supervisor/Trainer

INDUSTRIAL MECHANIC (MILLWRIGHT)4600.0PROTECT SELF AND OTHERS (cont.)4600.03Wear, adjust, and maintain personal protective equipment and clothing,including eye, ear, hand, and foot protection to ensure correct fit and optimumprotection, in accordance with government regulations and company policy.Date Completed4600.04ApprenticeSupervisor/TrainerFollow company procedures for applying first aid to self and others, and seekimmediate assistance in emergency situations, in accordance with governmentregulations and company policy.Date Completed4600.06Supervisor/TrainerComply with established confined space safety procedures, such as the use ofbreathing apparatus, before commencing and during work, in accordance withgovernment regulations and company policy.Date inerApply fire-prevention techniques by assessing the potential for fire posed by thework performed and obtaining the required fire-prevention and firefightingequipment, in accordance with government regulations and company policy.Date CompletedApprentice2

1. Program Definition: Industrial Mechanic (Millwright) is defined as a person who: installs, troubleshoots, maintains, and repairs industrial mechanical machinery and equipment. INDUSTRIAL MECHANIC (MILLWRIGHT) is an approved apprenticeship program for the purposes of

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