Apprenticeship Technical Training Schedules

The apprenticeship schedule shown here is maintained by the Office of the Registrar.  The schedule is organized by trade.  To see detailed information about each intake, click the magnifying glass.

For information about registering in a technical training for apprentices, please contact Apprenticeship Services.

SemesterSubjectCourseTitleDescriptionRequisitesRestrictionsTerm codeSection NameCourseSectionIDIntake CapacityActive StudentsSection Course LevelBilling CreditsCredit Type CodeLocationStart DateEnd DateLast day to dropWithdrawal deadlineCapacityStatus CodeStatusMeetingsInstructorsImportant InfoCrosslisted withCrosslist Capacity
2017 Fall (non-Semester)Automotive Service Technician ApprenticeASTA-100Auto Svc Tech Level 1Students who enroll in the Automotive Service Technician Level 1 are individuals who repair, adjust and replace mechanical, electrical and electronic parts on automobiles and light trucks in a retail automotive business. ASTA.1 Program Required2017FVASTA-100-FR00112856282APPR1210VFort St John11-Dec-172-Feb-1819-Dec-177-Jan-188AActiveLecture: Dec 11 to Feb 2 -- Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri at 09:00-16:00 in FSJ Campus Centre room 178 Shop: Dec 11 to Feb 2 -- Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri at 09:00-16:00 in FSJ Campus Centre room 172Stanley Kachmarski   
2018 Fall (non-Semester)Automotive Service Technician ApprenticeASTA-100Auto Svc Tech Level 1Students who enroll in the Automotive Service Technician Level 1 are individuals who repair, adjust and replace mechanical, electrical and electronic parts on automobiles and light trucks in a retail automotive business. ASTA.1 Program Required2018FVASTA-100-FR00113012980APPR10VFort St John10-Dec-181-Feb-19  8PPendingLecture: Dec 10 to Feb 1 -- Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri at 09:00-16:00 in FSJ Campus Centre room 178 Shop: Dec 10 to Feb 1 -- Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri at 09:00-16:00 in FSJ Campus Centre room 172Stanley Kachmarski   
2018 Winter (non-Semester)Automotive Service Technician ApprenticeASTA-200Auto Svc Tech Level 2Students who enroll in the Automotive Service Technician Level 2 will be exposed to all areas of study that an automotive apprentice requires to obtain Second Year Technical Training Certification. Curriculum is determined as per the Industry Training Authority. ASTA.2 Program Required2018WVASTA-200-FR00112856381APPR2180VFort St John19-Feb-186-Apr-1825-Feb-1815-Apr-188AActiveLecture: Feb 19 to Apr 6 -- Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri at 09:00-16:00 in FSJ Campus Centre room 178 Shop: Feb 19 to Apr 6 -- Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri at 09:00-16:00 in FSJ Campus Centre room 172Stanley Kachmarski   
2019 Winter (non-Semester)Automotive Service Technician ApprenticeASTA-200Auto Svc Tech Level 2Students who enroll in the Automotive Service Technician Level 2 will be exposed to all areas of study that an automotive apprentice requires to obtain Second Year Technical Training Certification. Curriculum is determined as per the Industry Training Authority. ASTA.2 Program Required2019WVASTA-200-FR001130133160APPR20VFort St John18-Feb-1929-Mar-19  16PPendingLecture: Feb 18 to Mar 29 -- Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri at 09:00-16:00 in FSJ Campus Centre room 178 Shop: Feb 18 to Mar 29 -- Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri at 09:00-16:00 in FSJ Campus Centre room 172Stanley Kachmarski   
2018 Winter (non-Semester)Automotive Service Technician ApprenticeASTA-400Auto Svc Tech Level 4Students who enroll in this course will learn all of the areas of study that an automotive apprentice requires to obtain Fourth Year Technical Training Certification. Curriculum is determined as per the Industry Training Authority. ASTA.4 Program Required2018WVASTA-400-FR00112856480APPR4180VFort St John23-Apr-181-Jun-1825-Feb-1815-Apr-188AActiveLecture: Apr 23 to Jun 1 -- Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri at 09:00-16:00 in FSJ Campus Centre room 178 Shop: Apr 23 to Jun 1 -- Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri at 09:00-16:00 in FSJ Campus Centre room 172Stanley Kachmarski   
2018 Fall (non-Semester)Automotive Serv Tech FDTN FSJAUTO-100Automotive Serv Tech Level OneThis course will provide all of the areas of study that an automotive apprentice requires to obtain First Year Technical Training Certification. Curriculum is determined as per the Industry Training Authority. AUTO1 Required2018FVAUTO-100-FD91813009740APPR10VFort St John10-Dec-181-Feb-19  4PPendingTo be determinedStanley Kachmarski AUTO-100-FR9188
2018 Fall (non-Semester)Automotive Serv Tech FDTN FSJAUTO-100Automotive Serv Tech Level OneThis course will provide all of the areas of study that an automotive apprentice requires to obtain First Year Technical Training Certification. Curriculum is determined as per the Industry Training Authority. AUTO1 Required2018FVAUTO-100-FR91813009440APPR10VFort St John10-Dec-181-Feb-19  4PPendingTo be determinedStanley Kachmarski AUTO-100-FD9188
2017 Fall (non-Semester)Carpenter ApprenticeshipCARA-100Carpenter Lvl 1 ApprenticeshipCarpenters build and repair a vast array of structures made of wood, wood-substitutes and other materials. Many work for construction companies, contractors and maintenance departments while others are self-employed. Carpenter is a nationally designated trade under the Interprovincial Red Seal program. Carpenters assemble and erect forms for concrete, wood and metal frame construction and use plans and instruments to prepare for excavating and shoring. On smaller projects, they direct conrete placement, and install exterior and interior finish materials such as siding, doors, windows and cabinets. Carpenter Apprenticeship2017FVCARA-100-DR917128502166APPR1210VDawson Creek5-Sep-1720-Oct-1726-Sep-1716-Nov-1716AActiveLecture: Sep 5 to Oct 20 -- Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri at 08:00-15:15 in Carpentry room 20.10 Shop: Sep 5 to Oct 20 -- Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri at 08:00-15:15 in Carpentry room 20.06Stephen Janssen   
2018 Winter (non-Semester)Carpenter ApprenticeshipCARA-100Carpenter Lvl 1 ApprenticeshipCarpenters build and repair a vast array of structures made of wood, wood-substitutes and other materials. Many work for construction companies, contractors and maintenance departments while others are self-employed. Carpenter is a nationally designated trade under the Interprovincial Red Seal program. Carpenters assemble and erect forms for concrete, wood and metal frame construction and use plans and instruments to prepare for excavating and shoring. On smaller projects, they direct conrete placement, and install exterior and interior finish materials such as siding, doors, windows and cabinets. Carpenter Apprenticeship2018WVCARA-100-DR001130182160APPR10VDawson Creek30-Apr-1815-Jun-18  16AActiveLecture: Apr 30 to Jun 15 -- Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri at 08:00-15:15 in Carpentry room 20.10 Shop: Apr 30 to Jun 15 -- Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri at 08:00-15:15 in Carpentry room 20.06Stephen Janssen   
2017 Fall (non-Semester)Carpenter ApprenticeshipCNST-200Carpentry Apprentice Level 2Level 2 Apprenticeship training follows the Level 2 Provincial Apprenticeship curriculum. The program provides further detail to the Level 1 topics and introduces learners to rigging and hoisting. Learners who successfully complete Level 2 may progress to Level 3 Apprenticeship training.  2017FVCNST-200-DR001125725167APPR2210VDawson Creek30-Oct-1715-Dec-17  16AActiveLecture: Oct 30 to Dec 15 -- Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri at 08:00-15:15 in Carpentry room 20.10 Shop: Oct 30 to Dec 15 -- Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri at 08:00-15:15 in Carpentry room 20.06Stephen Janssen   
2017 Fall (non-Semester)Carpenter ApprenticeshipCNST-300Carpentry Apprentice Level 3Level 3 Apprenticeship training follows the Level 3 Provincial Apprenticeship curriculum. The program primarily focuses on drawings and specifications, residential housing, and finishing. Learners who successfully complete Level 3 may progress to Level 4 Apprenticeship training.  2017FVCNST-300-DR001125848168APPR3210VDawson Creek8-Jan-1823-Feb-18  16AActiveLecture: Jan 8 to Feb 23 -- Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri at 08:00-15:15 in Carpentry room 20.10 Shop: Jan 8 to Feb 23 -- Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri at 08:00-15:15 in Carpentry room 20.06Stephen Janssen   
2018 Winter (non-Semester)Carpenter ApprenticeshipCNST-400Carpentry Apprentice Level 4Level 4 Apprenticeship training follows the Level 4 Provincial Apprenticeship curriculum. Learners who successfully complete Level 4 may progress to Interprovincial Red Seal.  2018WVCNST-400-DR001125849161APPR4210VDawson Creek5-Mar-1820-Apr-18  16AActiveLecture: Mar 5 to Apr 20 -- Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri at 08:00-15:15 in Carpentry room 20.10 Shop: Mar 5 to Apr 20 -- Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri at 08:00-15:15 in Carpentry room 20.06Stephen Janssen   
2017 Fall (non-Semester)Electrician ApprenticeshipELAT-100Electrician Level 1The Electrician Level One course provides students the opportunity to advance their knowledge and skills acquired either through foundation trades training or from on the job experience. The course introduces to the fundamentals of basic electricity as set forth by the Industry Training Authority. ELATA Program Required2017FVELAT-100-FR0011256171616APPR1300VFort St John11-Sep-1717-Nov-17  16AActiveShop: Sep 11 to Nov 17 -- Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri at 08:00-14:45 in Industry Training Centre room 128Marcus Kearney   
2018 Fall (non-Semester)Electrician ApprenticeshipELAT-100Electrician Level 1The Electrician Level One course provides students the opportunity to advance their knowledge and skills acquired either through foundation trades training or from on the job experience. The course introduces to the fundamentals of basic electricity as set forth by the Industry Training Authority. ELATA Program Required2018FVELAT-100-FR001130635160APPR1300VFort St John10-Sep-1816-Nov-18  16AActiveTo be determinedAndrew Amboe   
2018 Winter (non-Semester)Electrician ApprenticeshipELAT-200Electrician Level 2The Electrician Level 2 course provides students the opportunity to advance their knowledge and skills acquired either through level 1 apprenticeship or from on the job experience. The course builds on the fundamentals learned in Level 1 as set forth by the Industry Training Authority (ITA). ELATB Program Required2018WVELAT-200-FR0011258351616APPR2300VFort St John9-Apr-1815-Jun-18  16AActiveLecture: Apr 9 to Jun 15 -- Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri at 08:00-14:45 in Industry Training Centre room 227 Shop: Apr 9 to Jun 15 -- Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri at 08:00-14:45 in Industry Training Centre room 128Michal Dwojak   
2017 Fall (non-Semester)Electrician ApprenticeshipELAT-300Electrician Level 3The Electrician Level 3 course provides students the opportunity to advance their knowledge and skills acquired either through level 2 apprenticeship or from on the job experience. The course builds on the concepts learned in level 2 as set forth by the Industry Training Authority (ITA) ELATC Program Required2017FVELAT-300-FR1181287761613APPR3300VFort St John2-Jan-189-Mar-18  16AActiveLecture: Jan 2 to Mar 9 -- Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri at 08:00-14:45 in Industry Training Centre room 221 Shop: Jan 2 to Mar 9 -- Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri at 08:00-14:45 in Industry Training Centre room 128Marcus Kearney   
2017 Fall (non-Semester)Electrician ApprenticeshipELAT-300Electrician Level 3The Electrician Level 3 course provides students the opportunity to advance their knowledge and skills acquired either through level 2 apprenticeship or from on the job experience. The course builds on the concepts learned in level 2 as set forth by the Industry Training Authority (ITA) ELATC Program Required2017FVELAT-300-FR0011258341616APPR3300VFort St John8-Jan-1816-Mar-18  16AActiveLecture: Jan 8 to Mar 16 -- Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri at 08:00-14:45 in Industry Training Centre room 227 Shop: Jan 8 to Mar 16 -- Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri at 08:00-14:45 in Industry Training Centre room 128Michal Dwojak   
2018 Fall (non-Semester)Electrician ApprenticeshipELAT-300Electrician Level 3The Electrician Level 3 course provides students the opportunity to advance their knowledge and skills acquired either through level 2 apprenticeship or from on the job experience. The course builds on the concepts learned in level 2 as set forth by the Industry Training Authority (ITA) ELATC Program Required2018FVELAT-300-FR001130636160APPR3300VFort St John7-Jan-1915-Mar-19  16AActiveLecture: Jan 7 to Mar 15 -- Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri at 08:00-14:45 in Industry Training Centre room 227Michal Dwojak   
2017 Fall (non-Semester)Electrician ApprenticeshipELAT-400Electrician Level 4The Electrician level 4 course provides students the opportunity to advance their knowledge and skills acquired either through Level 3 Apprenticeship, or from on the job experience. The course builds on the concepts learned in Level 3 as set forth by the Industry Training Authority (ITA). ELATD Program Required2017FVELAT-400-FR0011256161616APPR4300VFort St John11-Sep-1717-Nov-17  16AActiveLecture: Sep 11 to Nov 17 -- Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri at 08:00-14:45 in Industry Training Centre room 227Michal Dwojak   
2017 Fall (non-Semester)Electrician ApprenticeshipELAT-400Electrician Level 4The Electrician level 4 course provides students the opportunity to advance their knowledge and skills acquired either through Level 3 Apprenticeship, or from on the job experience. The course builds on the concepts learned in Level 3 as set forth by the Industry Training Authority (ITA). ELATD Program Required2017FVELAT-400-FR9171287751514APPR4300VFort St John11-Sep-1717-Nov-17  15AActiveLecture: Sep 11 to Nov 17 -- Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri at 08:30-14:45 in Industry Training Centre room 221 Shop: Sep 11 to Nov 17 -- Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri at 08:30-14:45 in Industry Training Centre room 128Andrew Amboe   
2018 Fall (non-Semester)Electrician ApprenticeshipELAT-400Electrician Level 4The Electrician level 4 course provides students the opportunity to advance their knowledge and skills acquired either through Level 3 Apprenticeship, or from on the job experience. The course builds on the concepts learned in Level 3 as set forth by the Industry Training Authority (ITA). ELATD Program Required2018FVELAT-400-FR001129752168APPR4300VFort St John10-Sep-1816-Nov-18  16AActiveLecture: Sep 10 to Nov 16 -- Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri at 08:00-14:45 in Industry Training Centre room 227 Shop: Sep 10 to Nov 16 -- Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri at 08:00-14:45 in Industry Training Centre room 128 Final Exam: Nov 16 to Nov 16 -- Fri at n/a- in Industry Training Centre room 227Michal Dwojak   
2018 Winter (non-Semester)Heavy Duty Equip TechHDTA-400Heavy Duty Equip Tech Lvl 4Heavy Duty Equipment Technicians work on industrial and construction vehicles, such as mining trucks and bulldozers; on heavy equipment used in construction, forestry, materials handling, landscaping, and land clearing. Heavy Duty Equipment Technician is a nationally designated trade under the Interprovincial Red Seal program. Heavy Duty Equipment Technicians overhaul, repair and service equipment such as graders, loaders, shovels, tractors, trucks, forklifts, drills, and wheeled and tracked vehicles. Working from manufacturers' specifications, they identify and repair problems in structural, mechanical or hydraulic systems.  2018WVHDTA-400-FR0011295571612APPR4120VFort St John22-May-1815-Jun-18  16AActiveLecture: May 22 to Jun 15 -- Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri at 08:30-15:00 in FSJ Campus Centre room 170 Shop: May 22 to Jun 15 -- Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri at 08:30-15:00 in FSJ Campus Centre room 170AEdward Ditner   
2018 Winter (non-Semester)Heavy Duty Equip TechHDTA-401Truck & Transport Mech Level 4Truck and Transport Mechanics diagnose, repair and service highway buses and trucks. They work for commercial transport vehicle dealers, garages and service stations. A Truck and Transport mechanic is designated under the Interprovincial Red Seal program. These mechanics work on the mechanical, electrical and electronic components of vehicles. This includes the fuel, brake, steering and suspension, transmission, emission control and exhaust, and cooling and climate control systems. Some mechanics specialize in one or more of these systems. Many commercial mechanics - particularly those in fleet maintenance and emergency repair - will work outside in all types of conditions. Other work is carried out in shops. Truck and Transport Mechanics are required to use computerized diagnostic equipment to do preventative maintenance and test vehicle performance. They also work on mechanical and electronic components and do scheduled maintenance, such as oil changes and tune-ups.  2018WVHDTA-401-FR001130132161APPR4120VFort St John9-Apr-184-May-18  16AActiveLecture: Apr 9 to May 4 -- Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri at 08:30-15:00 in FSJ Campus Centre room 170 Shop: Apr 9 to May 4 -- Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri at 08:30-15:00 in FSJ Campus Centre room 170AClifford Haycock   
2017 Fall (non-Semester)Heavy Mechanical Trades Appr.HMTA-100Heavy Mech Trades Appr Lvl 1There are 4 paths included within this course. They are described in the following manner: Truck and Transport Mechanics diagnose, repair and service highway buses and trucks. They work for commercial transport vehicle dealers, garages and service stations. A Commercial Transport Vehicle Mechanic is designated as a Truck and Transport Mechanic under the Interprovincial Red Seal program. These mechanics work on the mechanical, electrical and electronic components of vehicles. This includes the fuel, brake, steering and suspension, transmission, emission control and exhaust, and cooling and climate control systems. Some mechanics specialize in one or more of these systems. Heavy Duty Equipment Technicians overhaul, repair and service equipment such as graders, loaders, shovels, tractors, trucks, forklifts, drills, and wheeled and tracked vehicles. Working from manufacturers' specifications, they identify and repair problems in structural, mechanical, or hydraulic systems. Heavy Duty Equipment Technicians work on industrial and construction vehicles, such as mining trucks and bulldozers; on heavy equipment used in construction, forestry, materials handling, landscaping, and land clearing; as well as on buses and large trucks. A Diesel Engine Mechanic installs, repairs, and maintains all internal combustion diesel engines and components as used in transport, construction, and marine. Transport Trailer Technician means a person who maintains, rebuilds, overhauls, reconditions, does diagnostic troubleshooting and repair of commercial truck trailers.  2017FVHMTA-100-FR0011295541615APPR1300VFort St John5-Sep-1710-Nov-17  16AActiveLecture: Sep 5 to Nov 10 -- Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri at 08:30-15:00 in FSJ Campus Centre room 170 Shop: Sep 5 to Nov 10 -- Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri at 08:30-15:00 in FSJ Campus Centre room 170AEdward Ditner   
2017 Fall (non-Semester)Heavy Mechanical Trades Appr.HMTA-200Heavy Mech Trades Appr Lvl 2There are 3 paths included within this course. They are described in the following manner: Truck and Transport Mechanics diagnose, repair and service highway buses and trucks. They work for commercial transport vehicle dealers, garages and service stations. A Commercial Transport Vehicle Mechanic is designated as a Truck and Transport Mechanic under the Interprovincial Red Seal program. These mechanics work on the mechanical, electrical and electronic components of vehicles. This includes the fuel, brake, steering and suspension, transmission, emission control and exhaust, and cooling and climate control systems. Some mechanics specialize in one or more of these systems. Heavy Duty Equipment Technicians overhaul, repair and service equipment such as graders, loaders, shovels, tractors, trucks, forklifts, drills, and wheeled and tracked vehicles. Working from manufacturers' specifications, they identify and repair problems in structural, mechanical, or hydraulic systems. Heavy Duty EquipmentTechnicians work on industrial and constructionvehicles, such as mining trucks and bulldozers;on heavy equipment used in construction,forestry,materials handling, landscaping, and land clearing; as well as on buses and large trucks. A Diesel Engine Mechanic installs, repairs, and maintains all internal combustion diesel engines and components as used in transport, construction, and marine.  2017FVHMTA-200-FR0011295551616APPR2240VFort St John27-Nov-1726-Jan-18  16AActiveLecture: Nov 27 to Jan 26 -- Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri at 08:30-15:00 in FSJ Campus Centre room 170 Shop: Nov 27 to Jan 26 -- Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri at 08:30-15:00 in FSJ Campus Centre room 170AEdward Ditner   
2018 Winter (non-Semester)Heavy Mechanical Trades Appr.HMTA-300Heavy Mech Trades Appr Lvl 3There are 2 paths included within this course. They are described in the following manner: Truck and Transport Mechanics diagnose, repair and service highway buses and trucks. They work for commercial transport vehicle dealers, garages and service stations. A Commercial Transport Vehicle Mechanic is designated as a Truck and Transport Mechanic under the Interprovincial Red Seal program. These mechanics work on the mechanical, electrical and electronic components of vehicles. This includes the fuel, brake, steering and suspension, transmission, emission control and exhaust, and cooling and climate control systems. Some mechanics specialize in one or more of these systems. Heavy Duty Equipment Technicians overhaul, repair and service equipment such as graders, loaders, shovels, tractors, trucks, forklifts, drills, and wheeled and tracked vehicles. Working from manufacturers' specifications, they identify and repair problems in structural, mechanical, or hydraulic systems. Heavy Duty EquipmentTechnicians work on industrial and constructionvehicles, such as mining trucks and bulldozers;on heavy equipment used in construction,forestry,materials handling, landscaping, and land clearing; as well as on buses and large trucks.  2018WVHMTA-300-FR001129556164APPR3180VFort St John13-Feb-1823-Mar-18  16AActiveLecture: Feb 13 to Mar 23 -- Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri at 08:30-15:00 in FSJ Campus Centre room 170 Shop: Feb 13 to Mar 23 -- Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri at 08:30-15:00 in FSJ Campus Centre room 170AEdward Ditner   
2017 Fall (non-Semester)Millwright ApprenticeMWAT-100Millwright Level 1 ApprentThis course will provide all of the areas of study that a Millwright Apprentice requires to obtain First Year Technical Training Certification. Students will become prepared for entry-level employment as an apprentice in the Millwright trade. Basic theory and related information along with hands-on shop practice will enable students to become competent in basic millwright duties. Level 1 training focuses on safety, shop and industry tools, metallurgy, machine alignment, rigging, and print reading. Students who successfully complete Level 1 training progress to Level 2 status. Curriculum is determined as per the Industry Training Authority. MWATA Program Required2017FVMWAT-100-DR00112572988APPR1210VDawson Creek18-Sep-173-Nov-1725-Sep-1711-Oct-178AActiveLecture: Sep 18 to Nov 3 -- Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri at 08:00-15:15 in Academic Development Building room 14A.03 Shop: Sep 18 to Nov 3 -- Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri at 08:00-15:15 in Welding Building room 23.21ARussell Haugen   
2017 Fall (non-Semester)Millwright ApprenticeMWAT-200Millwright Level 2 ApprentThis course will provide all of the areas of study that a Millwright Apprentice requires to obtain Second Year Technical Training Certification. Level 2 builds upon the theory and practical skills acquired in Level 1 training. Focus is placed on gaskets, bearings and seals, power transmission, alignment, reciprocating compressors, cutting and welding, lubrication, and print reading. Students who successfully complete Level 2 training progress to Level 3 status. Curriculum is determined as per the Industry Training Authority. MWATB Program Required2017FVMWAT-200-DR00112573288APPR2210VDawson Creek4-Dec-1726-Jan-1812-Dec-1731-Dec-178AActiveLecture: Dec 4 to Jan 26 -- Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri at 08:00-15:15 in Academic Development Building room 14A.03 Shop: Dec 4 to Jan 26 -- Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri at 08:00-15:15 in Welding Building room 23.21ARussell Haugen   
2018 Winter (non-Semester)Millwright ApprenticeMWAT-300Millwright Level 3 ApprentThis course will provide all of the areas of study that a Millwright Apprentice requires to obtain Third Year Technical Training Certification. In Level 3, students will advance their skills in the areas of equipment, power transmissions, fluid power, and pumps. Curriculum is determined as per the Industry Training Authority. MWATC Program Required2018WVMWAT-300-DR001125851167APPR3210VDawson Creek13-Feb-1829-Mar-1819-Feb-188-Mar-1816AActiveLecture: Feb 13 to Mar 29 -- Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri at 08:00-15:15 in Academic Development Building room 14A.03 Shop: Feb 13 to Mar 29 -- Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri at 08:00-15:15 in Welding Building room 23.21ARussell Haugen   
2018 Winter (non-Semester)Millwright ApprenticeMWAT-400Millwright Level 4 ApprentThis course will provide all of the areas of study that a Millwright Apprentice requires to obtain Level 4 Technical Training Certification. Level 4 continues to build the knowledge of previous levels, and prepares learners for the Interprovincial Examination. Level 4 consist of maintenance and servicing prime movers; from stationary engines to turbines, different compressor designs and functions, and overhaul and startup procedures. Vibration analysis and balancing, and other forms of non-destructive testing that take place in industry are also reviewed. Students who successfully complete Level 4 qualify for the Interprovincial Examination and Journeyperson status within the industry. MWATD Program Required2018WVMWAT-400-DR001125852168APPR4210VDawson Creek30-Apr-1815-Jun-186-May-1823-May-1816AActiveLecture: Apr 30 to Jun 15 -- Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri at 08:00-15:15 in Academic Development Building room 14A.03 Shop: Apr 30 to Jun 15 -- Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri at 08:00-15:15 in Welding Building room 23.21ARussell Haugen   
2017 Fall (non-Semester)Plumbing ApprenticeshipPLAT-100Plumber Apprenticeship Level 1Level 1 Apprentice Technical Training follows the Level 1 Provincial Apprenticeship curriculum but is subsidized with additional Alberta learning materials. Plumbers, size install, adjust and service residential drainage, waste and venting. This section focuses on trade-related math and science; safety; work-related tools; pipe, valves, and fittings; rigging; soldering brazing; drafting and blueprint reading, and basic electricity. Students graduating from this program will receive credit for Level 1 Apprenticeship Technical Training. PLATA Program Required2017FVPLAT-100-DR00112577283APPR1180VDawson Creek18-Sep-1726-Oct-17  8AActiveLecture: Sep 18 to Oct 26 -- Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri at 08:00-15:15 in Hangar room 14.202 Shop: Sep 18 to Oct 26 -- Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri at 08:00-15:15 in Hangar room 14.116Timothy Roberts   
2017 Fall (non-Semester)Plumbing ApprenticeshipPLAT-200Plumber Apprenticeship Level 2Level 2 Apprentice Training follows the Level 2 Provincial curriculum but is subsidized with additional Alberta learning materials. It focuses on hot water heating systems, BC Plumbing Code Regulations, solar heating, rough-in and finishing, compressed air and medical gas systems, leveling, welding, drainage and venting, gas and supply systems. Students completing the program will receive credit for Level 2 Technical Training. PLATB Program Required2017FVPLAT-200-DR00112577385APPR2180VDawson Creek11-Dec-1727-Jan-18  8AActiveLecture: Dec 11 to Jan 27 -- Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri at 08:00-15:15 in Hangar room 14.202 Shop: Dec 11 to Jan 27 -- Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri at 08:00-15:15 in Hangar room 14.116Timothy Roberts   
2018 Winter (non-Semester)Plumbing ApprenticeshipPLAT-300Plumber Apprentice Level 3Plumber Apprenticeship Technical Training Level 3 PLATC Program Required2018WVPLAT-300-DR001125853161APPR3180VDawson Creek19-Feb-1829-Mar-18  16AActiveLecture: Feb 19 to Mar 29 -- Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri at 08:00-15:15 in Hangar room 14.202 Shop: Feb 19 to Mar 29 -- Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri at 08:00-15:15 in Hangar room 14.116Timothy Roberts   
2018 Winter (non-Semester)Plumbing ApprenticeshipPLAT-400Plumber Apprentice Level 4Plumber Apprenticeship Technical Training Level 4 PLATD Program Required2018WVPLAT-400-DR001125859160APPR4240VDawson Creek23-Apr-1815-Jun-18  16AActiveLecture: Apr 23 to Jun 15 -- Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri at 08:00-15:15 in Hangar room 14.202 Shop: Apr 23 to Jun 15 -- Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri at 08:00-15:15 in Hangar room 14.116Timothy Roberts   
2017 Fall (non-Semester)Professional CookPCOD-300Prof Cook 3 Direct EntryStudents who enroll in this program will perform all phases of kitchen activities including the preparation and presentation of vegetables, soups, sauces, meat, fish and poultry; cold kitchen items; desserts, baking, pastry; basic menu planning/costing. Students will also learn about safety, sanitation and food storage, as well as human and customer relations. A Professional Cook 3 student will have met all of the requirements of the national Red Seal standard for Professional Cook. They usually work under limited supervision and will be competent at the major techniques and principles used in cooking, baking, and other aspects of food preparation. In addition to a sound set of cooking skills, a professional cook at his level should be able to plan and cost menus and recipes, and have an understanding of the communication skills that will be necessary to begin to take a leadership role in the kitchen.  2017FVPCOD-300-DR00113001680APPR3180VDawson Creek6-Nov-1715-Dec-17  8AActiveLecture: Nov 6 to Dec 15 -- Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri at 08:30-15:30 in CECET room 201 Shop: Nov 6 to Dec 15 -- Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri at 08:30-15:30 in CECET room 201Michael French   
2018 Winter (non-Semester)Prof. Cook Institutional EntryPCOI-201Prof Cook 2 Inst'l EntryStudents who enroll in this program will perform all phases of kitchen activities including the preparation and presentation of vegetables, soups, sauces, meat, fish and poultry; cold kitchen items; desserts, baking, pastry; basic menu planning/costing. Student will gain knowledge of safety, sanitation and food storage, as well as human and customer relations. A Professional Cook A student usually works under moderate supervision and performs a variety of cooking and food preparation tasks using multiple cooking methods. In addition to using the major techniques and prinicples used in cooking, baking, and other aspects of food preparation, at this level a Professional Cook 2 student should have a preliminary understanding of food costing, menu planning and purchasing processes. PCOI2 Required2018WVPCOI-201-DR318128822160APPR2420VDawson Creek19-Mar-1822-Jun-18  16AActiveLecture: Mar 19 to Jun 22 -- Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri at 08:30-15:30 in CECET room 201 Shop: Mar 19 to Jun 22 -- Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri at 08:30-15:30 in DC Campus Centre room 2329Michael French   
2017 Fall (non-Semester)Welder ApprenticeshipWELA-100Welder Apprenticeship Lvl 1A Welder is a person who has training in and is capable of welding ferrous and non-ferrous metals in all positions, on both plate and/or pipe, using SMAW, GTAW, and FCAW processes. Welders use manual or semi-automatic welding equipment. They use flame-cutting, brazing and air-arcing equipment. Additionally, they use machines such as brakes, shears, and other metal straightening and bending machines. Welders generally plan work from drawings or by analyzing the job tasks, determine the types of welding such as custom fabrication, ship building and repair, pressure vessel welding, pipeline construction welding, structural construction welding or machinery and equipment repair welding. Workers use blueprint symbols to determine machining operations. They check product specifications using measuring instruments, and maintain equipment and replace parts when required. Certified welders will qualify to test for Pressure Welding Procedure tests in British Columbia (PWP), BCP-100. Pressure procedure tests are administered by the BC Safety Authority. Welders use a logbook to record training, competencies, certifications, endoresements and employment history.  2017FVWELA-100-DR001128507160APPR1240VDawson Creek27-Nov-1726-Jan-1826-Sep-1716-Nov-1716AActiveLecture: Nov 27 to Jan 26 -- Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri at 08:30-15:30 in Welding Building room 23.00Darcy Suchy   
2017 Fall (non-Semester)Welder ApprenticeshipWELA-200Welder Apprenticeship Lvl 2A level 2 welding student will advance their knowledge of welding ferrous and non-ferrous metals in all positions, on both plate and/or pipe, using SMAW, GTAW, and FCAW processes. Welders use manual or semi-automatic welding equipment. They use flame-cutting, brazing and air-arcing equipment. Additionally, they use machines such as brakes, shears and other metal straightening and bending machines. Welders generally plan work from drawings or by analyzing the job tasks, determine the materials required and welding processes, then use their knowledge of welding to complete the job. They may specialize in certain types of welding such as custom fabrication, shipbuilding and repair, pressure vessel welding, pipeline construction welding, structural construction welding or machinery and equipment repair welding. Welders use blueprint symbols to determine machining operations. They check product specifications using measuring instruments, and maintain equipment and replace parts when required. Certified welders will qualify to test for Pressure Welding Procedure tests in British Columbia (PWP), BCP-100. Pressure Certification procedural tests are administered by the BC Safety Authority. Welders use a logbook to record training, competencies, certifications, endorsements and employment history.  2017FVWELA-200-DR00113075581APPR2240VDawson Creek25-Sep-1717-Nov-17  8AActiveShop: Sep 25 to Nov 17 -- Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri at 08:30-15:30 in Welding Building room 23.00Darcy Suchy   
2018 Winter (non-Semester)Welder ApprenticeshipWELA-200Welder Apprenticeship Lvl 2A level 2 welding student will advance their knowledge of welding ferrous and non-ferrous metals in all positions, on both plate and/or pipe, using SMAW, GTAW, and FCAW processes. Welders use manual or semi-automatic welding equipment. They use flame-cutting, brazing and air-arcing equipment. Additionally, they use machines such as brakes, shears and other metal straightening and bending machines. Welders generally plan work from drawings or by analyzing the job tasks, determine the materials required and welding processes, then use their knowledge of welding to complete the job. They may specialize in certain types of welding such as custom fabrication, shipbuilding and repair, pressure vessel welding, pipeline construction welding, structural construction welding or machinery and equipment repair welding. Welders use blueprint symbols to determine machining operations. They check product specifications using measuring instruments, and maintain equipment and replace parts when required. Certified welders will qualify to test for Pressure Welding Procedure tests in British Columbia (PWP), BCP-100. Pressure Certification procedural tests are administered by the BC Safety Authority. Welders use a logbook to record training, competencies, certifications, endorsements and employment history.  2018WVWELA-200-DR001128515160APPR2 VDawson Creek30-Apr-1822-Jun-18  16AActiveShop: Apr 30 to Jun 22 -- Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri at 08:30-15:30 in Welding Building room 23.00Darcy Suchy   
2017 Fall (non-Semester)Welder ApprenticeshipWELA-210Welding Level 2-3 Gap TrainingThis course provides the additional course and instructional knowledge required by the ITA for students moving from the discontinued Level 2 into the Harmonized Level 3 Curriculum.  2017FVWELA-210-DR00112850461APPR230VDawson Creek5-Sep-178-Sep-1726-Sep-1716-Nov-176AActiveLecture: Sep 5 to Sep 8 -- Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri at 08:30-15:30 in Welding Building room 23.00Darcy Suchy   
2018 Winter (non-Semester)Welder ApprenticeshipWELA-210Welding Level 2-3 Gap TrainingThis course provides the additional course and instructional knowledge required by the ITA for students moving from the discontinued Level 2 into the Harmonized Level 3 Curriculum.  2018WVWELA-210-DR001128520160APPR230VDawson Creek5-Feb-189-Feb-18  16AActiveLecture: Feb 5 to Feb 9 -- Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri at 08:30-15:30 in Welding Building room 23.00Darcy Suchy   
2017 Fall (non-Semester)Welder ApprenticeshipWELA-300Welder Aprenticeship Level 3Level 3 Welding Students will complete their training for welding ferrous and non-ferrous metals in all positions, on both plate and/or pipe, using SMAW, GTAW, and FCAW processes. Welders use manual or semi-automatic welding equipment. They use flamce-cutting, brazing and air-arcing equipment. Additionally, they use machines such as brakes, shears and other metal straightening and bending machines. Welders generally plan work from drawings or by analyzing the job tasks, determine the materials required and welding processes, then use their knowledge of welding to complete the job. They may specialize in certiain types of welding such as custom fabrication, shipbuilding and repair, pressure vessel welding, pipleline construction welding, structural construction welding or machinery and equipment repair welding. Workers use blueprint symbols to determine machining operations. They check product specifications using precision measuring instruments, and maintain equipment and replace parts when required. Certified welders will qualify to test for Pressure Welding Procedure tests in British Columbia (PWP), BCP-100. Pressure procedure tests are administered by the BC Safety Authority. Welders use a log book to record training, competencies, certifications, endorsements and employment history.  2017FVWELA-300-DR00112850361APPR3300VDawson Creek11-Sep-1717-Nov-1726-Sep-1716-Nov-176AActiveLecture: Sep 11 to Nov 17 -- Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri at 08:30-15:30 in Welding Building room 23.00Darcy Suchy   
2018 Winter (non-Semester)Welder ApprenticeshipWELA-300Welder Aprenticeship Level 3Level 3 Welding Students will complete their training for welding ferrous and non-ferrous metals in all positions, on both plate and/or pipe, using SMAW, GTAW, and FCAW processes. Welders use manual or semi-automatic welding equipment. They use flamce-cutting, brazing and air-arcing equipment. Additionally, they use machines such as brakes, shears and other metal straightening and bending machines. Welders generally plan work from drawings or by analyzing the job tasks, determine the materials required and welding processes, then use their knowledge of welding to complete the job. They may specialize in certiain types of welding such as custom fabrication, shipbuilding and repair, pressure vessel welding, pipleline construction welding, structural construction welding or machinery and equipment repair welding. Workers use blueprint symbols to determine machining operations. They check product specifications using precision measuring instruments, and maintain equipment and replace parts when required. Certified welders will qualify to test for Pressure Welding Procedure tests in British Columbia (PWP), BCP-100. Pressure procedure tests are administered by the BC Safety Authority. Welders use a log book to record training, competencies, certifications, endorsements and employment history.  2018WVWELA-300-DR00112851660APPR3300VDawson Creek13-Feb-1820-Apr-18  6AActiveLecture: Feb 13 to Apr 20 -- Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri at 08:30-15:30 in Welding Building room 23.00Darcy Suchy