Construction Electrician (CE) Apprenticeship


Construction Electricians work in a wide variety of buildings and facilities on everything from lighting and climate control systems, to communication equipment and thousands of other specific tools and devices. An Electrician's work involves installing, assembling, commissioning, testing, maintaining, servicing and operating electrical systems and equipment. Apprentices are required to attend a total 40 weeks of technical training over this 4 year apprenticeship.                                                                         
                                                                                       
*CE is currently undergoing Harmonization* 
The Canadian Council of Directors of Apprenticeship is currently undertaking the Harmonization Initiative in 30 Red Seal Trades by 2020. British Columbia is an active participant in this initiative. The goal of Harmonization is to substantively align apprenticeship systems across Canada by making the apprenticeship training requirements more consistent in the Red Seal trades. For more information on the Harmonization of the Construction Electrician program please see www.itabc.ca/program/electrician-construction as well as the below implementation timeline. If you have any questions regarding Harmonization or your training schedule please contact our office. 
 
Harmonization Implementation Timeline
 Level 1: Dec 1, 2018
 Level 2: Dec 1, 2018
 Level 3: Dec 1, 2019
 Level 4: Dec 1, 2020
 
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Outcome: Successful completion grants the apprentice with the Certificate of Qualification as a Red Seal Construction Electrician.

Achieving your Red Seal Endorsement (RSE) will provide you with a set of nationally recognized and transferable skills that will provide you with an opportunity for employment across Canada. 

All trades offered at Okanagan College lead to the Red Seal

 

Campus:   Kelowna
                 1000 KLO Rd.

           
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As a student learn how to interpret drawings, circuit diagrams and electrical code specifications