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Colleague Registration Course Description The Powerline Technician/Power System Electrician Program is a twelve-week extensive hands-on and theoretical training program in the utility electrical field related to overhead and underground distribution installations. Skilled tradespeople are in high demand in Canada. As a Powerline Technician/Power System Electrician you play a vital role in ensuring the reliable delivery of electricity to homes and businesses across the country. It is an essential and valued occupation with excellent starting wages and an impressive list of future employers. The Pre-Employment Powerline Technician program covers all material in the 1st year Powerline Technician Apprenticeship Exam curriculum, plus additional safety training, and employability skills. Outcomes Upon successful completion of The Pre-Employment Powerline Technician Installer program, you will: be prepared to write the First Year Apprenticeship examination. be prepared to be employed within the powerline technician industry in Alberta. have obtained a variety of safety certificates (Standard 1st Aid/CPR Level A, Confined Space, WHMIS, Fire Safety, Fall Protection, H2S Alive, Ground Disturbance, CSTS). have learned valuable employability skills including cover letter and resume writing, and interview skills. obtain a Letter of Recognition. Prerequisites High School Diploma, Applied Math 20, Valid driver’s license (class 3 is preferred and required to gain employment in the field). Please contact Industrial and Technical Training at (403) 320-3202 ext. 5770 prior to registering to ensure all pre-requisites have been met. Notes Participants are required to submit a resume and go through an interview process. Course fees do not included textbooks (approx. 125.00), apprenticeship exam fee ($150.00 theory, $145.00 practical), or work gear (approx. $2,500). Students in pre-employment programs can now apply for loans and grants through Student Aid Alberta. This program takes place at the Agriculture & Trades Training Facility (former Animal Husbandry Building) 211034- Hwy 512 on the jail road.

PSEL-100

C01

Start date: 09/04/18

58 sessions.

Days of the Week : Weekly - Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu, Fri .

Tuition $8,995.00

Location : Agriculture & Trades Training Facility (AH) Location : 
  Agriculture & Trades Training Facility (AH).

Instructor : Variety of Instructors 

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Colleague Registration Course Description Featuring outstanding salary options, positive future outlook with the pipeline industry and now endless promise as a ‘Green Collar’ career choice, welding has never been a more secure or flourishing trade. The Pre-Employment Welding/Pipeline Assistant Program prepares and allows students to write the First Year Welding Apprenticeship theory and practical exams. With countless kilometers of steel pipelines being installed worldwide for varied civil and industrial uses, we have added a pipeline assistant component to this program. The Pre-Employment Welding/Pipeline Assistant Program covers all material in The First Year Alberta Welding Apprenticeship curriculum, plus additional safety training, and employability skills. Outcomes Upon successful completion of The Pre-Employment Welding/Pipeline Assistant Program, you will: be prepared to write the First Year Welding Apprenticeship theory and practical examinations. be prepared to be employed within the welding industry in Alberta. have obtained a variety of safety certificates (Standard 1st Aid/CPR Level A, Confined Space, WHMIS, Fire Safety, Forklift Safety, H2S Alive, Ground Disturbance and CSTS). have learned valuable employability skills including cover letter and resume writing, and interview skills. obtain a Letter of Recognition. Prerequisites English 10-2 and Math 10-3 or Pass mark in all 5 Canadian G.E.D. Tests or pass Apprenticeship Entrance Exam. Please contact Industrial and Technical Training at (403) 320-3202 ext. 5770 prior to registering to ensure all pre-requisites have been met. Notes Course fees do not included textbooks (approx. 125.00), apprenticeship exam fee ($150.00 theory, $145.00 practical), or other materials. You are responsible for your own work boots, coveralls, safety glasses, welding gloves and pliers. Students in pre-employment programs can now apply for loans and grants through Student Aid Alberta.

PWDG-100

C01

Start date: 09/10/18

69 sessions.

Days of the Week : Weekly - Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu, Fri .

Tuition $4,995.00

Location : Andrews (AN) Location : 
  Andrews (AN).

Instructor : Wanda Leclair 

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Colleague Registration Course Description The Pre-Employment Electrician program will enhance your career opportunities in the electrical trade. You will receive extensive theoretical and hands-on training related to residential and commercial electrical installation. The Pre-employment Electrician program covers all material in The First Year Alberta Apprenticeship Electrical curriculum, plus additional safety training, and employability skills. Outcomes Upon successful completion of The Pre-Employment Electrician program, you will: be prepared to write the First Period Alberta Apprenticeship Examination. be prepared to be employed within the Electrical industry in Alberta. have obtained a variety of safety certificates (Standard 1st Aid/CPR Level A, Confined Space, WHMIS, Fire Safety, Fall Protection, H2S Alive, Ground Disturbance, CSTS). have learned valuable employability skills including cover letter and resume writing, and interview skills. obtain a Letter of Recognition. Prerequisites English 20-2, Math 20-3, Science 10, or pass Apprenticeship Entrance Exam. Please contact Industrial and Technical Training at (403) 320-3202 ext. 5770 prior to registering to ensure all pre-requisites have been met. Notes Course fees do not included textbooks (approx. $350.00), apprenticeship exam fee ($150.00), or other materials. Students in pre-employment programs can now apply for loans and grants through Student Aid Alberta.

PELC-100

C01

Start date: 09/17/18

69 sessions.

Days of the Week : Weekly - Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu, Fri .

Tuition $4,995.00

Location : Andrews (AN) Location : 
  Andrews (AN).

Instructor : Jennifer Barton 

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Course Description 5th Class Power Engineering is an introduction to the basic design, operation and maintenance of heating and other mechanical equipment used in industry, school, apartments, and office buildings of small to moderate size.   Power engineers are trained to safely operate and maintain refrigeration equipment, generators, and any other machines dealing with thermal properties. An individual with this type of certification is trained for entry level positions, and is typically qualified to work in smaller plants or with systems used at schools and office buildings. This course supplements a person’s practical qualifying time of at least six months experience by providing the theoretical training required to write the ABSA exam.   Outcomes Upon successful completion of 5th Class Power Engineering, you will: be prepared to challenge the Alberta Boiler Safety Association 5th Class Power Engineering Certificate have the theoretical training to accompany your practical experience with refrigeration equipment, generators, and any other machine dealing with thermal properties obtain a Letter of Recognition outlining your completion of the course  Prerequisites No prerequisites required.   In order to qualify for the ABSA exam, you must have operated a Power Plant or Heating Plant Boiler for a period of six months.   Notes Course fees do not include the required textbook.   In order to qualify for the ABSA Exam and receive the corresponding certificate, you must have operated a Power Plant or Heating Plant Boiler for a period of six months and have successfully completed this course.

INDT-270

C01

Start date: 10/10/18

32 sessions.

Days of the Week : Weekly - Wed .

Tuition $1,025.00

Location : Trades & Technologies (TT) Location : 
  Trades & Technologies (TT).

Instructor : Variety of Instructors 



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