Construction and Maintenance Electrician Apprenticeship

Ontario fundedCredential Earned: Certificate of Apprenticeship and Certificate of Qualification Delivery

Delivery: In-school Training at Northern
3 levels of theory – Basic (8 weeks) and Intermediate & Advance (10 weeks each)

Program Availability Status: Open

Apprenticeship Duration: 9,000 hours (about 4 ½ yrs.)

Construction and Maintenance Electrician is a compulsory certified trade regulated by the Trades Qualification and Apprenticeship Act. A person working in this trade must hold a valid Certificate of Qualification or be registered as an apprentice. Upon successfully completing the apprenticeship program and passing a trade examination, a person working in this trade is entitled to a Certificate of Apprenticeship and a Certificate of Qualification.

Training Information
Northern College offers the three levels of theoretical training required for the Construction and Maintenance Electrician Apprenticeship. Training is delivered in block release format, that is, 8 weeks for the first level and 10 weeks each for the second and third levels.

In-school training includes instruction in:

  • Canadian Electrical Code
  • Prints
  • Electrical Theory
  • Installation Methods
  • Instrumentation
  • Electronics
  • Monitoring and Communication Systems
  • Fluid Power (Industrial Only)

Educational Requirements
Grade 10 (Grade 12 recommended)

Admission Requirements
Applicants for this training must be registered apprentices in the Construction and Maintenance Electrician Trade

Contact Information