What you'll learn
The program’s length has increased from 30 weeks to 36 weeks effective September 2014. The program now includes credit for Level 1 certification from the Industry Training Authority. For more information, contact the Prince George campus School of Trades and Technologies directly, 250-561-5804 or 1-866-370-2111.
HMT 190 Heavy Mechanical Trades
- This 36-week program covers safe work practices; preparing for employment; work practices and procedures; heavy duty wheeled equipment and attachments; track machines and attachments; wire rope and winches; hydraulic systems; hydraulic brake system; airbrake systems; alternate brake systems; air operated systems; diesel engines; electrical and electronic systems; spark ignition systems;mechanical diesel fuel systems; and power train components.
Provincial apprenticeship programs
Graduates of the Heavy Mechanical Trades program (Entry Level Trades Training) at CNC receive an ITA Certification of Completion and credit for level one technical training of their apprenticeship.
CNC also offers a Heavy Mechanical Trades apprenticeship program.