Education Partnerships

Ingersoll District Collegiate Institute - Support the Manufacturing Program

Hydra Dyne has also created a partnership with the local high school (IDCI) where blueprints, materials and measuring equipment are supplied to help build a successful machining curriculum within the technology department. We work with students and provide tours, access to our Quality Lab and co-op placements as well as monetary donations to support the program's needs. 

Fanshawe College - HDT Award of Excellence

Hydra Dyne has established a HDT Award of excellence of academic achievement to the most accomplished student in CNC Programming Program. We engage students and provide tours of our facility and offer Co-op Placements at Hydra Dyne.

Fanshawe College - Program Advisory Committee

Hydra Dyne is on the Advisory committed to help advise the College with the development of programs, program currency, and industry acceptance. As part of a group of companies, we provide invaluable feedback in terms of curriculum relevancy and ensures that Fanshawe graduates continue to meet employer needs. The focus in on Manufacturing Programs including Manufacturing Technology (Technician and Technologist), Electromechancial Technician, Practical Elements of Mechanical Engineering Graduate Certificate, and Advanced Mechanical Design Graduate Certificate.

University of Western Ontario - Capstone Project

Hydra Dyne is an Industrial Sponsor in the Capstone Design Course at the Faculty of Mechanical Engineering at the University Capstone. Working with 3 groups of year 4 student on Designing on of Hydra Dyne's Products. We have also established a $500 award to the most successful group.

University of Guelph - Gryphon SAE Racing Team

Hydra Dyne supports and sponsors the Gryphon SAE Racing team, which is composed of approximately 40 students at the University of Guelph. Each year, the team designs, builds and races an open-wheeled, high performance vehicle. he team members engage in regular meetings, design work, fabrication, machining work and much more. These activities use skills and knowledge gained from courses in their curriculum, personal hobbies and past work experience.