Construction Craftworker Level 2


Have you successfully completed your Construction Craftworker (CCW) Level 1 Technical Training or successfully challenged the ITA CCW Level 1 exam, and have acquired approximately 1000 hours or more of work-based training?  

Then check out the following!

Okanagan College with BC Hydro
is offering the Level 2 Construction Craftworker 
Aboriginal Journeyperson Preparation Program from Oct. 2 - Dec. 15, 2017.  

  • The program assists apprentices:  

    - Complete their Level 2 apprenticeship technical training
    - Develop work-based training skills needed to work as a CCW Journeyperson
    - Visit:  okanagan.bc.ca/ccw
  • It also provides apprentices:

    - Trades math practice, document use, exam-writing skills and learn supervisory and project management skills.  ​
  • The following may be available to qualifying apprentices:

    - Paid work experience opportunities
    - Free-tuition, transportation, accommodation and meal subsidies.

TO APPLY:     Complete the Application Form and fax it along with your resume to: 

Sara Cousins, Program Administrator
Okanagan College, Trades and Apprenticeship
FAX: 250-490-3973 
  


For further details contact Sara:
  scousins@okanagan.bc.ca or  250-492-4205 ext. 3309

Aboriginal Journeyperson Preparation Program, Construction Craft Worker Level 2 


 CCW apprentices are hired for a wide range of work Boths poster students are working now in the trade.

Okanagan College with BC Hydro is offering a Construction Craftworker Aboriginal Bridging Program Sep. 12 - Dec. 16, 2016 at Westbank First Nation and Okanagan College, Kelowna Campus.  


The Construction Craft Worker (CCW) apprenticeship includes 2 levels and prepares students to work as skilled labour in the construction trade noteably assisting carpenters, concrete finishers/ masons, utility piping and roadwork projects and providing maintenance on heavy duty equipment.  It includes trades math and a focus on site safety, site preparation and tool use.  A student may choose to continue to another trade or work as a journeyperson Construction Craft Worker.  

Please visit our Construction Craft Worker program homepage or the www.itabc.ca for additional information on the trade.

The B
ridging Program portion includes safety certificates, volunteer work experience on a Habitat for Humanity construction project, as well as employment and job search skills.

For more details on the Bridging program contact:

Sara Cousins, Program Administrator
Okanagan College, Trades and Apprenticeship
scousins@okanagan.bc.ca 


POSTERS:    If you look close the apprentices in the above posters are past grads who are now working for WIBCO with the Westbank First Nation. 
Randy, on the aerial lift, is from Westbank First Nation.  Jay is now the safety officer for the WFN youth centre project, after having completed his OFA Level 2.  CCW apprentices are hired for a wide range of work.  For example, another past student, from Adams Lake Indian Band, is now working on demolition in Fort MacMurray.  One past student has been working in concrete finishing in Kelowna, another is manufacturing homes and another is working on highway projects.  

 

 

 

 

 

 CCW apprentices are hired for a wide range of work Boths poster students are working now in the trade.

Okanagan College with BC Hydro is offering a Construction Craftworker Aboriginal Bridging Program Sep. 12 - Dec. 16, 2016 at Westbank First Nation and Okanagan College, Kelowna Campus.  


The Construction Craft Worker (CCW) apprenticeship includes 2 levels and prepares students to work as skilled labour in the construction trade noteably assisting carpenters, concrete finishers/ masons, utility piping and roadwork projects and providing maintenance on heavy duty equipment.  It includes trades math and a focus on site safety, site preparation and tool use.  A student may choose to continue to another trade or work as a journeyperson Construction Craft Worker.  

Please visit our Construction Craft Worker program homepage or the www.itabc.ca for additional information on the trade.

The B
ridging Program portion includes safety certificates, volunteer work experience on a Habitat for Humanity construction project, as well as employment and job search skills.

For more details on the Bridging program contact:

Sara Cousins, Program Administrator
Okanagan College, Trades and Apprenticeship
scousins@okanagan.bc.ca 


POSTERS:    If you look close the apprentices in the above posters are past grads who are now working for WIBCO with the Westbank First Nation. 
Randy, on the aerial lift, is from Westbank First Nation.  Jay is now the safety officer for the WFN youth centre project, after having completed his OFA Level 2.  CCW apprentices are hired for a wide range of work.  For example, another past student, from Adams Lake Indian Band, is now working on demolition in Fort MacMurray.  One past student has been working in concrete finishing in Kelowna, another is manufacturing homes and another is working on highway projects.  

 

 

 

 

 

 CCW apprentices are hired for a wide range of work Boths poster students are working now in the trade.

Okanagan College with BC Hydro is offering a Construction Craftworker Aboriginal Bridging Program Sep. 12 - Dec. 16, 2016 at Westbank First Nation and Okanagan College, Kelowna Campus.  


The Construction Craft Worker (CCW) apprenticeship includes 2 levels and prepares students to work as skilled labour in the construction trade noteably assisting carpenters, concrete finishers/ masons, utility piping and roadwork projects and providing maintenance on heavy duty equipment.  It includes trades math and a focus on site safety, site preparation and tool use.  A student may choose to continue to another trade or work as a journeyperson Construction Craft Worker.  

Please visit our Construction Craft Worker program homepage or the www.itabc.ca for additional information on the trade.

The B
ridging Program portion includes safety certificates, volunteer work experience on a Habitat for Humanity construction project, as well as employment and job search skills.

For more details on the Bridging program contact:

Sara Cousins, Program Administrator
Okanagan College, Trades and Apprenticeship
scousins@okanagan.bc.ca 


POSTERS:    If you look close the apprentices in the above posters are past grads who are now working for WIBCO with the Westbank First Nation. 
Randy, on the aerial lift, is from Westbank First Nation.  Jay is now the safety officer for the WFN youth centre project, after having completed his OFA Level 2.  CCW apprentices are hired for a wide range of work.  For example, another past student, from Adams Lake Indian Band, is now working on demolition in Fort MacMurray.  One past student has been working in concrete finishing in Kelowna, another is manufacturing homes and another is working on highway projects.  

 

 

 

 

 

 CCW apprentices are hired for a wide range of work Boths poster students are working now in the trade.

Okanagan College with BC Hydro is offering a Construction Craftworker Aboriginal Bridging Program Sep. 12 - Dec. 16, 2016 at Westbank First Nation and Okanagan College, Kelowna Campus.  


The Construction Craft Worker (CCW) apprenticeship includes 2 levels and prepares students to work as skilled labour in the construction trade noteably assisting carpenters, concrete finishers/ masons, utility piping and roadwork projects and providing maintenance on heavy duty equipment.  It includes trades math and a focus on site safety, site preparation and tool use.  A student may choose to continue to another trade or work as a journeyperson Construction Craft Worker.  

Please visit our Construction Craft Worker program homepage or the www.itabc.ca for additional information on the trade.

The B
ridging Program portion includes safety certificates, volunteer work experience on a Habitat for Humanity construction project, as well as employment and job search skills.

For more details on the Bridging program contact:

Sara Cousins, Program Administrator
Okanagan College, Trades and Apprenticeship
scousins@okanagan.bc.ca 


POSTERS:    If you look close the apprentices in the above posters are past grads who are now working for WIBCO with the Westbank First Nation. 
Randy, on the aerial lift, is from Westbank First Nation.  Jay is now the safety officer for the WFN youth centre project, after having completed his OFA Level 2.  CCW apprentices are hired for a wide range of work.  For example, another past student, from Adams Lake Indian Band, is now working on demolition in Fort MacMurray.  One past student has been working in concrete finishing in Kelowna, another is manufacturing homes and another is working on highway projects.