Learn the skills to become a carpenter
Participants in Apprenticeship programs must be registered Canadian apprentices in the level to which they are applying. Aurora College can accept apprentices from jurisdictions across the Canada, however, all participants must be registered with the Government of the Northwest Territories Apprenticeship Division (firstname.lastname@example.org ) prior to registering with Aurora College.
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School: Trades, Apprenticeship & Industrial Training
Levels available: 1-4
Delivery Method: Classroom/Shop
Delivery Location: Thebacha Campus – Fort Smith
The Apprenticeship Carpenter program is designed to train apprentices to construct, erect and repair buildings and other structures made of wood, wood substitutes, steel and other materials. Due to the nature of the work of the carpenter, safety is taught on a continuous basis throughout this program.
This program outline is based on the NWT/Alberta Carpenter Apprenticeship Course Outline (2015) issued by the Government of the Northwest Territories (GNWT).
The goal of apprenticeship training is to develop competent journeypersons through a combination of on-the-job and technical training.
The Apprenticeship Carpenter Program at Aurora College provides all four levels of technical training.