|Faculty:||Algonquin Centre for Construction Excellence|
|Field of Study:||Electrician
|Description:||This 28-week Algonquin College Certificate apprenticeship program fulfills all in-class requirements. It is divided into three eight-week levels (Beginner, Intermediate and Advanced) where you alternate between going to school for eight weeks and working in the field for eight to 12 months. You take courses on the Canadian Electrical Code, electrical theory, electronics, instrumentation and installation methods. You also learn about prints, standards and electrical principles, practical installations and how to work in a variety of specialty areas.
At the end of this program, you are qualified to write the exam to earn a Certificate of Qualification in the Electrician Construction and Maintenance trade. To work outside of Ontario, you need to test for the Red Seal Endorsement (RSE) in Industrial or Construction specializations.
|URL:||Electrician (Construction and Maintenance) at Algonquin College|