What you'll learn

Apprenticeship technical training is designed for students who are working in the industry and have been registered as an apprentice through the Industry Training Authority.

If you're not working in the industry, you can start your education by taking the foundation level program for Electrical.

CNC offers all four levels of technical training for the Electrician program. The first two levels of the program may be used for either the Construction Electrician or Industrial Electrician apprenticeship program.

ELEC 150 Level 1

Duration: 10 weeks

In this level you will cover the Part 1 fundamentals of DC circuits; electromagnetism and application; meters and test equipment; electrical prints and drawings; AC motor controls; electrical code and wiring; and industrial power electronics.

ELEC 250 Level 2

Duration: 10 weeks

In this level you will cover alternating current fundamentals; meters and test equipment; and Part 2 of single phase alternating current circuits; circuit protection devices; single phase transformers; AC motor controls; lighting; electrical code and wiring; and industrial power electronics.

ELEC 350 Level 3

Duration: 10 weeks

At this level you’ll learn about three-phase alternating current circuits; three-phase transformers; direct current machine and controls; alternating current machines; AC motor controls; and Part 3 of industrial power electronics; and electrical code and wiring.

ELEC 450 Level 4

Duration: 10 weeks

At this level you’ll cover applied trade concepts; industrial computing; digital logic; programmable logic controllers; high voltage installations; modern building systems; automated control systems; variable speed drives; and electrical code and print readings.

Electrical

  • Type: Apprenticeship
  • Length: 10 Weeks per Level
  • Campus: Prince George, Quesnel
  • Fees: Vary by Level