Level 4 of the Commercial Transport Technician Apprenticeship explores the practical and theoretical components of rebuilding gasoline/diesel engines, air conditioning, and refrigeration. The course also prepares students for the Interprovincial Examination. Students who successfully complete Level 4 qualify for the Interprovincial Examination and Journeyperson status within the industry.
Curriculum is determined as per the Industry Training Authority.
- Total Hours: 240
Lecture Hours: 120
Shop Teaching Kitchen: 120
This course is offered online:
Successful completion of Level 3 Apprenticeship Technical Training or successful challenge of Industry Training Authority Level 3 Placement Exam.
Upon completion of this course, the apprentice should be able to work safely in a commercial transport shop and perform correct repair procedures typical of a fourth year apprentice including the following:
Line D Apply Work Practices and Procedures
Line F Service Wheels, Hubs and Brakes
D-6 Service Bearings and Seals
Line H Service Engines and Support Systems
F-6 Describe Alternate Braking Systems
Line I Service Electrical and Electronic Systems
H-1 Describe the Theory of Internal Combustion Engines
H-3 Service Engines and Components
H-5 Perform Start-up Procedures and Running Checks
H-6 Perform Troubleshooting Procedures on Diesel Engines
Line J Service Fuel Systems
I-4 Service Electrical/Electronic Systems
Line K Service Cabs, Bodies and Accessories
J-1 Service Fuel Supply Circuits
J-3 Service Electronic, Inline, Multi-plunger, Diesel Fuel Injection Systems
J-4 Service Electronic, Distributor Pump, Diesel Fuel Injection Systems
J-5 Service Electronic, Unit Injection, Diesel Fuel Systems
J-6 Service Hydraulically Activated, Electronic, Unit Injection,Diesel Fuel Systems
J-7 Service Common Rail, High Pressure, Electronic Injection,Diesel Fuel Systems
J-8 Service Emission Systems on Diesel Engines
J-9 Describe Alternate Fuel Systems
K-3 Service Heating, Ventilation, and Air Conditioning Systems
K-4 Describe Refrigeration Systems
Use initiative to identify tasks
Use time productively
Select and use appropriate tools
Percentage of Individual Work:
Course Offered in Other Programs:
Students are required to obtain Freon Handling License in the course.
- Footwear having CSA approved safety-toe protection
- CSA approved safety glasses with clear lenses
- Learning modules
Textbooks: Textbooks are subject to change. Please contact the bookstore at your local campus for current book lists.