Moosomin: February 5, 2024 – June 6, 2024
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*Tuition and materials are subject to change without notice.
Want to jump into the construction workforce? At just 18 weeks long, this course provides the basic knowledge and skills you need for an entry level electrician job.
Industry experienced instructors will help you learn how to install, test, replace and repair lighting fixtures, wiring and electrical equipment. You’ll get lots of hands-on practice using standard tools of the trade. You’ll also learn how to read and interpret construction drawings.
Electrician is a skilled trade. Having an applied certificate will get you noticed by employers and put you on the fast track to having a career as an electrician. The more education and experience you get, the higher you can climb on the wage-earning ladder. A fourth-year journeyperson electrician can earn double the hourly wage of a first-year electrician apprentice.
Applied certificate programs can give you a head-start on apprenticeship. To learn how to apply your academic credit toward Level 1 of the Construction Electrician apprenticeship program, contact the Saskatchewan Apprenticeship and Trade Certification Commission (SATCC).
|BT 100 Introductory Electrical Theory and Practices|
|BT 141 Resistive Circuit Analysis|
|BWC 121 Conductors and Branch Circuits|
|BWC 122 Extra Low Voltage, Magnetism and Meters|
|JOBS 125 Essential Job Skills|
|PLS 122 Single Dwelling Plans, Lighting and Services|
|SFTY 130 Safety and Personal Protective Equipment|
|TOOL 149 Tools and Fasteners|
|WM 131 Wiring Methods (Cables)|
|WM 132 Wiring Methods (Raceways)|
Course includes one week of safety training. Exact safety training courses and dates will be announced closer to program start.
Southeast College is also proud to offer the Level 2 Construction Electrician Apprenticeship Program. Course dates are determined by the Saskatchewan Apprenticeship and Trade Certification Commission. Please visit their website for more information.
Southeast College continues to offer many of its programs in a blended delivery format (a complimentary mix of both virtual and in class instruction). Students will need to have access to a computer and internet. Please contact us at 1-866-999-7372 for more information.
Graduates of this program may find employment with electrical contractors (both commercial and residential), large manufacturing and mining firms, retail outlets, or wholesale outlets.
Annual earning estimates range from $31,200 – $93,600.
- Grade 11 with Foundations of Mathematics 20 OR Workplace and Apprenticeship Mathematics 20 OR PreCalculus 20 OR GED 12 OR Accuplacer Testing
- English language requirement
- Southeast College is not accepting applications for International Students for this program at this time
*In order to ensure prompt acceptance into our programs, applicants should make every effort to ensure that applicable transcripts have been received by our Registrar’s office within 5-7 business days of program application*
*Please note that our program capacity is limited and seats are subject to availability. Applying and paying the application fee does not guarantee your admission. If a program is full, we will do our best to defer applied applicants to next available intakes*
How to Contact a Southeast College Student Services Advisor
Students who require additional assistance or require more information are encouraged to make an appointment with their closest available Student Services Advisor. Appointments can be made online at: www.southeastcollege.org/students/student-advisor-online-booking/ or by calling toll free 1-866-999-7372.
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