Electrical Techniques

Female electrical enginerring student

Program at a glance

Program code: 
030618
Accreditation: 
Ontario College Certificate
Length of study: 
28 weeks
Study options: 
Full-time - September & January
Campus location: 
Commerce Court

Skilled workers trained in residential and commercial wiring are in demand. Get the training you need in Canadore’s versatile 2,200 sq. ft. electrical lab, where you will learn essential skills such as service installations, pipe bending and armoured cable practices on industry-standard tools. There is a heavy focus on real-world practical experience so you can enter the job market with knowledge and confidence.


Note: This program covers electrical apprenticeship concepts and skills that may allow you to challenge a basic electrical exemption exam when you graduate.

 

Your Future Career

  • Independent contractor
  • Construction and maintenance worker
  • Electrical apprentice
  • Electrical distributor
  • Network/telephone cable installer
  • Pole line

What You Learn

  • Electrical theory and practice
  • Trades calculations
  • Blueprint reading
  • Safety and electrical code
Admission Requirements: 

Program Prerequisites

OSSD or equivalent, ENG4C or ENG4U.

 

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Curriculum: 

View January Curriculum

September Start

Semester One - Fall:

ELE 100 Electrical Theory I (1st 7 wks)

ELE 110 Residential Theory I (1st 7 wks)

ELE 120 Practical Electrical I (1st 7 wks)

ELE 101 Electrical Theory II (2nd 7 wks)

ELE 111 Residential Theory II (2nd 7 wks)

ELE 121 Practical Electrical II (2nd 7 wks)

MTH 108 Trades Calculations

CMM 125 College Communication I


Semester Two - Winter:

ELE 235 Electrical Theory III

ELE 245Residential Theory III

ELE 250Electrical Practice III

ELE 210Blueprint Reading

ELE 220Safety and Electrical Code

PSY 123Applied Psychology


 

January Start

Semester One - Winter:

ELE 100 Electrical Theory I (1st 7 wks)

ELE 110 Residential Theory I (1st 7 wks)

ELE 120 Practical Electrical I (1st 7 wks)

ELE 101 Electrical Theory II (2nd 7 wks)

ELE 111 Residential Theory II (2nd 7 wks)

ELE 121 Practical Electrical II (2nd 7 wks)

MTH 108 Trades Calculations

CMM 125 College Communication I


Semester Two - Spring:

ELE 235 Electrical Theory III

ELE 245Residential Theory III

ELE 250Electrical Practice III

ELE 210Blueprint Reading

ELE 220Safety and Electrical Code

PSY 123Applied Psychology

 

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Learning Outcomes: 

Learning outcomes represent culminating demonstrations of learning and achievement. In addition, learning outcomes are interrelated and cannot be viewed in isolation of one another. As such, they should be viewed as a comprehensive whole. They describe performances that demonstrate that significant integrated learning by graduates of the program has been achieved.

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