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Apprenticeships

Apprenticeships

An apprentice is someone who learns a skilled trade on the job under the direction of more experienced workers. Apprentices are employees and earn a salary while they learn a skilled trade. Apprentices also complete classroom instruction offered at a community college as a part of their training.

The duties of an apprentice become more complex as their skills improve. Upon successful completion of the trade requirements, apprentices earn a Certificate of Apprenticeship or a Certificate of Qualification (“ticket”) that allows them to work on their own at a higher rate of pay.

The Benefits of Apprenticeships

  • Train to meet the needs of new and emerging trades and occupations.
  • Study curriculum and participate in training that are designed and supported by industry.
  • Experience integrated hands-on training and enhanced “in-class” curriculum.
  • Earn while you learn; increase your earning power as you progress.
  • Enjoy a career that is motivating and provides opportunities for continued education.
  • Become the solution to a forecasted critical shortage of skilled trades’ people throughout the province.

Red Seal Preparation

Industrial Millwright Mechanic, Automotive Service Technician, and Construction & Maintenance Electrician courses cover preparation on how to write an exam and covers materials relevant to the trade exam.

Red Seal Preparation Courses for Level 3 for each of our programs are also offered to the general public.

For details about Red Seal Preparation courses contact:
705-235-3211 ext. 2211
apprenticeship@northern.on.ca

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