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Apprenticeship programs have long been the standard for developing the next generation of top talent and a readily available workforce. Classroom instruction and on-the-job experience are critically important to that effort, but so too is the chance to network with top executives and the electrical industry’s major manufacturers and distributors. That setting happens once a
This is an Excellence from Day One course we sponsored and put on at our Center of Excellence for some College of New Caledonia Foundation students on Nov. 26, 2019. Also present in the Class was Reps from PGNAETA, Angie Camille, and an instructor from CNC.
A few photos of Trainers from College of New Caledonia and from Chile visiting our Centre of Excellence in Prince George. They are here being sponsored on a federal grant that is currently running and is supposed to enhance trade between Canada and four other South American Countries.
The 2018 Code is Almost Here The 2018 Canadian Electrical Code will be adopted January 1, 2020 Course Information November 16 – December 1st, 2019 Schedule: Saturday and Sundays – 48 hours inclusive with 6 x 8 hour classes (8:00am to 4:30pm) Starting: November – 16, 17, 23, 24, 30 December – 1 Location: Four
Congratulations to Romeo Baker for achieving Red Seal Certification as a Construction Electrician
Congratulations to the 16 Women graduating from the Women in Trades Training program at TRU These 16 women have just completed a13 week exploratory course covering the following trades: Electrical, Welding, Construction Craft Worker Power Engineering, Refrigeration and Air Conditioning Mechanic, Automotive Technician Instrumentation Technician, Carpentry Piping, Culinary Arts, Heavy Duty Mechanics Essential Skills, Industrial