Apprenticeship

Student working on a car

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Canada is experiencing a critical shortage of skilled trades workers. Employers need highly-skilled workers now, and graduates from trades apprenticeship programs are in demand. A career in trades can offer you a promising future in a secure, well-paid and challenging occupation.

 

Earn while you learn! Apprenticeship is a combination of in-school training and on-the-job experience. About 90 per cent of your time is spent learning practical skills while being supervised by a qualified journeyperson. Apprenticeship training is flexible and accessible.

 

Canadore offers the in-school portion of the training for the following apprenticeships:

  • Auto Body Repair
  • Automotive Service Technician
  • General Carpenter
  • General  Machinist
  • Information Technology Technician
  • Marine Small Engine Technician
  • Metal Fabricator
  • Railway Car Technician
  • Truck and Coach  Technician


Canadore College also offers:

Curriculum: 

AUTOBODY REPAIR

Semester One:

ABR100 Applied Work Practices

ABR105 Welding

ABR110 Body Frame ad Structure

ABR120 Refinishing

ABR125 Applied Mechanical


AUTOMOTIVE SERVICE TECHNICIAN

Semester One:

AST100 Work Practices

AST105 Engine Systems - Lev 1

 

Semester Two:

AST110 Electrical/Electronics and Emissions Systems - Lev 1

AST115 Drive Train Systems - Lev 1

AST120 Suspension/Steering and Brake Systems - Lev 1


GENERAL CARPENTER

Semester One:

CRP100 Safety, Material and Tools

CRP105 Plans, Specifications and Codes I

CRP110 Estimating, Calculation and Layout I

CRP115 Metal Cutting and Welding


(FITTER) METAL FABRICATOR LEVEL II - APPRENTICESHIP

Semester One:

MFF235 Blueprint Advanced

MFF245 Fabrication I

MFF255 Gas Tungsten Arc Welding (GTAW) Practical

 

Semester Two:

MFF257 Machine Operation

MFF259 Material and Process Quality II

MFF265 Pattern and Template Development I


RAILWAY CAR TECHNICIAN

Semester One:

RCT100 Protect Self and Others

RCT105 Occupational Practices

RCT110 Workshop Techniques

RCT115 Material Handling

RCT120 Welding and Fabrication I

RCT125 Regulatory Publications

RCT130 Brakes

RCT135 Safety Appliances


TRUCK AND COACH TECHNICIAN

Semester One:

TCT100 Trade Practices

TCT105 Fluid Power Systems

TCT110 Engine Systems - Lev 1

 

Semester Two:

TCT115 Electrical Systems - Lev 1

TCT120 Fuel Systems - Lev 1

TCT125 Drive Train Systems

TCT130 Brake Systems


WELDER LEVEL 1

Semester One:

MFF100 Trade Practices

MFF105Applied Blueprint Reading

 

Semester Two:

MFF110Welding Theory I

MFF115Material and Processes Quality I

MFF120Shielded Metal Arc Welding (SMAW) Practical I

 

Semester Three:

MFF125Gas Shielded Semi-Automatic Welding Practical I

MFF130Thermal Cutting

 


METAL FABRICATION (FITTER) LEVEL II

Semester One:

MFF235Blueprint Advanced

MFF245Fabrication I

MFF255Gas Tungsten Arc Welding (GTAW) Practical 

 

Semester Two:

MFF257Machine Operation

MFF259Material and Processing Quality II

MFF265Pattern and Template Development I

 


METAL FABRICATION (FITTER) LEVEL III

Semester One:

MFF300Patterns and Templates Development II

MFF310Fabrication II

Semester Two:

MFF320Project Planning

MFF330Preparation for Shipping

MFF340Installation


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