Conestoga Powerline Technician Training Program

Ontario

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Certificate Program

Conestoga Powerline Technician Training Program

Conestoga Powerline Technician Training Program

2020 Program Cost:

$20,000

2020 Graduate Average Starting Wage:

$51,500

About

Conestoga Powerline Technician Training Program

This skills-based program offers a unique opportunity for you to prepare for all facets of the Powerline Technician occupation. Graduates of this program have experienced exceptional rates of co-op securement and graduate employment. Students will learn the skills required for the construction, maintenance and repair of overhead and underground power-distribution systems through significant hands-on practical skills development and classroom learning. Students may have the opportunity to complete the initial level(s) of apprenticeship trade schooling and become provincially registered as a Powerline Technician Apprentice (434A).

2020 Enrollment

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38

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Housing Available?

No

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Boots/Tools Included?

No

Career Outlook:

Admission Qualifications 

19 years of age or older, Grade 12 compulsory English, C or U, or equivalent, OR Conestoga College Preparatory Communications (COMM1250), or equivalent

Two optional co-op terms are incorporated into this unique program. Co-op work term experience may be counted towards the on-the-job apprenticeship hours. This program reflects industry's strong emphasis on safety. Requisite Occupational Health & Safety courses introduce students to regulatory knowledge, industry safe work procedures, and hands-on, best-practice skills development.

Common Employer(s) from Program:

Ontario Utilities

Completion Rate:

90%

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Employment Rate

98%

Possible Scholarships?

Yes

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Term Length:

2 Years

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Term Beginning Date(s):

September

Conestoga Powerline Technician Training Program

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About

Kitchener

Kitchener is a Canadian city in southeastern Ontario. Near sprawling Victoria Park, the Joseph Schneider Haus is a living-history museum recreating life in the 19th century. Part of the Waterloo Region Museum, the Doon Heritage Village evokes early-1900s life with buildings such as farmhouses and a blacksmith shop.

Kitchener

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