Electrical Techniques

Electrical Techniques

Program Overview

Skilled workers trained in residential and commercial wiring are in demand. Get the training you need at Seven Generations Education Institute, where you will learn essential skills such as service installations, pipe bending and armoured cable practices on industry-standard tools. There is a heavy focus on real-world practical experience so you can enter the job market with knowledge and confidence.

Note: This program covers electrical apprenticeship concepts and skills that may allow you to challenge a basic electrical exemption exam when you graduate.

Career Opportunities
* Independent contractor
* Construction and maintenance worker
* Electrical apprentice
* Electrical distributor
* Network/telephone cable installer
* Pole line

Program Brochure 2015
Program Flyer 2015

Program of Study:

Semester One – Fall:

ELE100Electrical Theory I
ELE110Residential Theory I
ELE120Practical Electrical I
ELE101Electrical Theory II
ELE111Residential Theory II
ELE121Practical Electrical II
MTH108Trades Calculations
CMM125College Communication I

Semester Two – Winter:

ELE235Electrical Theory III
ELE245Residential Theory III
ELE250Electrical Practice III
ELE210Blueprint Reading
ELE220Safety and Electrical Code
PSY123Applied Psychology

What You Learn
Electrical theory and practice
Trades calculations
Blueprint reading
Safety and electrical code

Admission Requirements
OSSD or equivalent, ENG4C or ENG4U

Mature Students
Applicants aged 19 or over without the OSSD will be considered on the basis of their results on the College’s Mature Student Test. If you are a mature student, please call Bill at 274-2796 for more details.