Pre-Apprenticeship Training Programs
Are you considering a career in the trades? Between study at the college and actual work placements, pre-apprenticeship programs develop your job skills and trade readiness. They take up to 40 weeks and include: the Level 1 apprenticeship in-school training,
relevant safety training and a minimum 8-week work placement. Your program may also include trade readiness, employment preparation and academic upgrading.
There is no charge to participate in a pre-apprenticeship program. Even your textbooks, safety equipment and tools are included.
Who qualifies (certain eligibility criteria may apply to specific programs):
- High School graduates
- Early school leavers
- Unemployed/underemployed youth and adults
- EI/Non-EI Eligible
- Aboriginal Peoples
- Newcomers to Canada
The 2019 Pre-Apprenticeship training program offering is Industrial Mechanic Millwright (433a) and this program begins on Monday, March 4th. Learn more about the Millwright program, and complete an application.