Industrial Electrician - 442A
- State-of-the-art facilities
- “Earn while you learn” training model, combining on-the-job and in-school training
- In-school training lead by faculty and staff who are experienced, licensed journeypersons
- You may qualify for income support while in school through Employment Insurance Canada benefits or training allowance
What you'll learn
How to install, maintain and repair highly sophisticated electrical equipment in an industrial setting.
Explore principles and applications of instrumentation control systems; programmable controllers; electronics; schematics and blueprint interpretation; safety and circuit; and component troubleshooting.
Acquire skills in the theory and practice of electrical installation, troubleshoot and repair operations.
Thinking about an apprenticeship program? Learn how it works.
Offers of classroom training are issued by the Ministry of Training, Colleges and Universities (MTCU) to registered apprentices who are members in good standing with the Ontario College of Trades (OCOT).
How you’ll gain skills
This apprenticeship program consists of 9,000 hours:
- On-the-Job Training Duration: 8,160 hours with your employer
- In-School Training Duration: 840 hours at Mohawk College
- To view the training standard for this trade, visit: https://www.collegeoftrades.ca/training-standards
Where you can go next:
View our internal pathways map PDF. This Pathways map shows how the identified program can lead to future program choices within Mohawk.
Your future career options
- Industrial Electrician
Where you could work includes:
Food Processing Plant
Industrial Chemicals Manufacturers
Mining, Petrochemical and Natural Gas Companies
Nuclear and HydroElectric Power Companies
Primary Steel Producers
Pulp and Paper Processing Companies
Opportunities for grads
- Certificate of Qualification (C of Q)
- Master Electrician
Program of Studies
Course Overview & Descriptions
Click on the course title for a course description.
Program Learning Outcomes for apprenticeship programs, are defined within the Curriculum Training Standard for each trade, and set out the essential learning that a student must achieve before being deemed ready to graduate.
The Curriculum Standards are developed by the Ontario College of Trades in consultation with representatives from the trade and Training Delivery Agent instructors.