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Electrical Apprenticeship Training
When you enroll in a program at Ace Community College, you are taking the first step toward your career as a Journeyman Electrician. Our electrical apprenticeship curriculum has been developed based on input from Electrical Industry. This includes Contractors, Educators as well as Professional Associations dedicated to Electrical trade. Over the last 14 years under ATTI’s flagship , we have trained over 10,000 apprentices in their pathway of achieving Red Seal certification with journeyman ticket .
Ace Community College has been #1 choice for Electrical employers. They prefer to send their employees for a variety of Canadian Electrical code upgrading courses. These courses include FSR class A/ B / C / SA / LO/ FE courses. We have maintained close relationships with Electrical industry experts to ensure our electrical apprenticeship curriculum is in sync with marketplace demands. Our efforts include to make sure our apprentices leave us equipped with the skills to be successful in their career as an Electrician. At Ace, we also keep our electrical apprenticeship class sizes smaller than other colleges.
Electrical Apprenticeship Programs
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