Construction and Maintenance Electrician Pre-Apprentice Program

The Construction and Maintenance Electrician Pre-Apprentice Program at the Skilled Trades College of Canada was designed to give students the right mix of theoretical and hands-on training methodology to make them successful apprentices. Electricians are tradespeople who specialize in designing, installing, and maintaining electrical systems. Electricians have many duties such as planning projects, installing new or upgrading old systems, wiring, receptacles, lighting fixtures, and much more. Our graduates will receive the necessary skills, safety training, and hands-on practice needed to make them the most sought-after electrical apprentices in their field.

With our Construction and Maintenance Electrician Pre-Apprenticeship program, you’ll learn practical skills including laying out, assembling, installing, connecting, testing and repairing electrical systems. You’ll learn, installation of various electrical devices, measuring, cutting, bending, assembling, installing various conduits, troubleshooting and diagnosing faulty electrical components. You’ll learn various electrical setups in our shop to simulate residential and commercial layout projects – and so much more.

  1. Safety Training
  2. Basic Electrical Theory
  3. Introduction To Canadian Electrical Safety Code
  4. Introduction To Residential Prints
  5. Practical – Residential Installation Methods
  6. Practical – Commercial Installation Methods
  7. Resume & Apprenticeship Job Search
  • Working at Heights
  • First Aid & C.P.R.
  • Lockout & Tagout
  • WHMIS
  • Construction and Maintenance Electrician
  • Industrial Electrician
  • Electrical Contractor
  • PLC
  • Network Cabling Technician
  • Industrial Motor Controls
  • Fiber Optics
  • Supervisor/Management

What’s in it for me?

Graduates of our Electrical program leave with a full set of Klein Tools, personal protective equipment, safety certifications, textbooks, and most importantly, the skills and knowledge of a second year apprentice.  After completing our program, you will have the confidence and hands-on experience needed to start working and become an asset to any company.

Why become an Electrician?

Electricians are very well respected in the construction industry.  It takes a very specialized set of skills and knowledge to work with electricity every day.  A career as an Electrician can provide a salary substantially higher than the national average.

Why a Pre-Apprenticeship?

Receiving the necessary training from a pre-apprentice program can mean having an apprenticeship or not. Remember, as an apprentice you are asking someone to hire you. If you do not have the necessary training, you most likely will not be selected as an apprentice, as they will most likely go with someone that already understands the basic electrical fundamentals. This program not only provides you all the necessary training you need to start your career in the electrical trade but it will also provide you a much better chance at receiving an apprenticeship with an employer.

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