About this Program
- Pathway into an Electrician Apprenticeship
- Modern equipment and spacious facilities allow for optimal learning.
- Students receive practical, hands-on lab experience.
- Program is taught by highly experienced and supportive faculty and features small class sizes where students receive individual attention from professors.
- Graduates have diverse career options, and the demand for graduates is high in Niagara and throughout Ontario.
- Electrical construction and maintenance
- Fire alarm technician
- Independent contractor
- Industrial electrician apprenticeship
- Network cabling
- Power line technician
- Related mechanical trades
- Service technician
Employers indicate that over 17% of the 75,000 existing workforce will be eligible for retirement in the next five years, and 37% of the workforce will be eligible by 2014. Based on retirement estimates, the sector will need 9,000 people in technical positions in the next five years. (…)
Admissions and Availability
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