The Industrial Electrician requires about four to five years or 9,000 hours including 840 hours of post-secondary in-school training. Prior education and experience may shorten the time to complete all competencies.
One must pass an exam to receive a Certificate of Qualification with journeyperson status, which includes an Inter-Provincial Trade Certification (Red Seal). Prior education and experience may shorten the time to complete all competencies.
Apprenticeship applicants must be at least 16 years of age and possess a Grade 12 education or equivalent. College preparation Physics is recommended. Registration is through the local Workplace Support Services Branch Office of the Ministry of Training, Colleges and Universities.
To register for these programs, contact the apprenticeship office directly as these programs are not part of the ontariocolleges.ca registration process nor are they eligible for OSAP.
GRADUATION & PROGRESSION REQUIREMENTS
Students must achieve a GPA of 2.00 or greater, successfully complete all courses in the program, and achieve a minimum grade of C- in all core courses in order to graduate from this program.
Manufacturing plants, light and heavy industry, marinas, mills, factories and home construction.