416 289 5000
1-800-268-4419 (in Ontario)

P.O. Box 631 Station A
Toronto, ON, M1K 5E9


Program Code 7076
Description These micro-credentials contain industry's highest in-demand skills-based training, delivered in a condensed format. This relevant training with access to state-of-the-art equipment and labs for experiential learning developed in collaboration with the Canadian Fluid Power Association to improve your marketability or expansion of career paths.

Next offering starting : June 27th.

This program includes 27 hours online training: 3 hours/week virtual teacher-led for 9 weeks and 20 hours in-class lab training plus one 3 hours of in-class lecture at Centennial College - Progress Campus Toronto.

Schedule Breakdown:

• Weeks 1 to 7 (June 27-August 8): Online lectures on Thursday afternoon 1:30 -4:30pm
• One week break (Week of August 12 ): No classes
• August 20th - August 22: In-person at Centennial
Tuesday, August 20 & Wednesday, August 21 (All day with 8 hrs. per day: Labs #1 to #8) and Thursday, August 22nd (Morning: Week 8 lecture and afternoon: Labs #9 and #10)
• Weeks 9 to 10 (August 29th - Sept 5th) Online lecture on Thursday afternoon

By participating in this program, you will be able to:
• Apply safety industry standards in order to ensure a safe industrial work environment.
• Analyze individual hydraulic components to explain the operation of a hydraulic circuit schematic.
• Size appropriate hydraulic components and select using a manufacturers' catalogs.
• Select and assemble fittings and hoses to build a functioning hydraulic system.
• Explain the basic concepts of hydraulic valve control
in order to select appropriate components for an application.
• Differentiate between open and closed loop hydraulic circuits.
• Calculate static and dynamic external forces to select appropriate hydraulic components.
• Describe intensification, compression and decompression processes in order to avoid related negative
impacts on a hydraulic system operation.
• Troubleshoot a hydraulic system to ensure proper functioning.

Upon successful completion of a Micro-credential, you will be awarded a Certificate of Achievement, and Industry digital badges where applicable

Please note that safety shoes and glasses are required for the lab portion of the course.
Admission Requirements This project focuses on helping impacted workers develop new skills as advanced operators and highlight these skills to employers facing workforce and/or skills shortages.

Admission Requirements

Completion of Hydraulic Fundamentals 7074

Ontario Secondary School Diploma (OSSD), or General Education Development (GED), or equivalent; OR Mature Student Status (19 years or older)
Info Please use this link to access application form : (return completed form to

OR email : to obtain registration form and for information on next steps.
Notes Tuition Fee:

Non- CFPA Members: $798.00

CFPA Members : $698.00
Contact Name SETAS -PTL - AMAT
Contact Telephone 416-289-5000 ext. 52188
Contact Email