About this Apprenticeship
- Length:3 Years
- Class Location:Welland Campus
- Starts In:Fall
- Credential:Certificate of Apprenticeship
- School of:Trades
Apprentices complete 840 hours of college instruction which leads to approximately 4 years of on-the-job training as paid trainees.
This program is funded in part by the Government of Canada and the Government of Ontario.
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- OSSD or equivalent
- Grade 12 English or equivalent
- Students must have identified sponsor to register in this sector
- Control technician
- Data communications
- Electronics specialist
- Certified fiber optics specialist
- Certified fire alarm specialist
- Instrument fitter
- Low voltage repair work
- Residential electrical installer
Why Study at Niagara College?
- Outstanding levels of student satisfaction
- Highly experienced and supportive professors
- State-of-the-art facilities for your practical experiences
- Small class sizes where you will receive individual attention from the professors
- Students support system which includes counselling and financial aid
The Benefits of Apprenticeship
- The Province of Ontario is facing a large shortage of skilled labour.
- A certified journeyperson earns a good wage.
- Approximately 18 per cent of skilled workers are self-employed.
- There is, and will continue to be, a demand for highly qualified, highly skilled tradespeople.
- Majority of tuition for the in-school training is paid for by the Ministry of Advanced Education and Skills Development.