• 01
    May 1, 2022

    Oil Heat Systems Technician - Apprenticeship

    All day
    01/05/2022-03/06/2022

    Oil Heat Systems Technician – Apprenticeship

    The Oil Heat Systems Technician is designed to provide theory and practice in the installation, service, adjustment and repair of high pressure, low pressure, and vaporizing oil burners and in the installation, service and repair of associated oil storage tank installations and piping systems.  Students will also be taught to troubleshoot electrical, mechanical, airflow, and chimney or combustion malfunctions using testing equipment.

    The Oil Heat Systems Technician Program is designed for individuals with previous experience in a related trade and provides the technical training required for these individuals to challenge the TQ Exam. It also makes provision for persons not challenging the TQ Exam to obtain knowledge about oil heat systems.

    This program outline is based on the 2015 National Occupational Analysis for Oil Heat System Technician

  • 01
    May 1, 2022

    Electrician Level 1 - Apprenticeship

    All day
    01/05/2022-03/06/2022

    Electrician Level 1 – Apprenticeship

    The Apprenticeship Electrician (Construction) program is designed to train apprentices to install, alter, repair, and maintain electrical systems designed to provide heat, light, power, control, signal or fire alarms for all types of buildings, structures and premises. Due to the nature of the work of the electrician, it is imperative that safety be taught on a continuous basis throughout this program.

    This program outline is based on the NWT/Alberta Electrician Apprenticeship Course Outline.

    The goal of apprenticeship training is to develop competent journeypersons through a combination of on-the-job and technical training.

    The Apprenticeship Electrician (Construction) program at Aurora College provides three of the four levels of technical training.

  • 01
    May 1, 2022

    Electrician Level 3 - Apprenticeship

    All day
    01/05/2022-03/06/2022

    Electrician Level 3 – Apprenticeship

    The Apprenticeship Electrician (Construction) program is designed to train apprentices to install, alter, repair, and maintain electrical systems designed to provide heat, light, power, control, signal or fire alarms for all types of buildings, structures and premises. Due to the nature of the work of the electrician, it is imperative that safety be taught on a continuous basis throughout this program.

    This program outline is based on the NWT/Alberta Electrician Apprenticeship Course Outline.

    The goal of apprenticeship training is to develop competent journeypersons through a combination of on-the-job and technical training.

    The Apprenticeship Electrician (Construction) program at Aurora College provides three of the four levels of technical training.

  • 01
    May 1, 2022

    Heavy Equipment Technician - Apprenticeship

    All day
    01/05/2022-03/06/2022

    Heavy Equipment Technician – Apprenticeship

    The Apprenticeship Heavy Equipment Technician (HET) Program is designed to train apprentices to diagnose, test, service and perform preventative maintenance on:  hydraulic, air and electric braking systems; trailer systems and components; electrical circuits, lighting and electronic control systems; and hydraulic systems.  Due to the nature of work of the HET, it is imperative that safety be taught on a continuous basis throughout this program.

    This program outline is based on the NWT/Alberta Heavy Equipment Technician Apprenticeship Course Outline.

    The goal of apprenticeship training is to develop competent journeypersons through a combination of on-the-job and technical training.

  • 01
    May 1, 2022

    Carpentry Level 1 - Apprenticeship

    09:00 -04:00
    01/05/2022-03/06/2022

    Carpentry Level 1 – Apprenticeship

    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.