Carpentry | Apprenticeship
|HCRPAPP1||Harmonized Carpenter Apprentice Level 1|
|HCGAPA||Harmonized Carpenter Gap A (Until 2020)|
|HCRPAPP2||Harmonized Carpenter Apprentice Level 2|
|CARPAPP3||Carpentry Apprentice Level 3 (Until 2019)|
|HCRPAPP3||Harmonized Carpenter Apprentice Level 3 (Commencing 2019)|
|CARPAPP4||Carpentry Apprentice Level 4 (Until 2020)|
|HCGAPB||Harmonized Carpenter Gap B (2020-2022)|
|HCRPAPP4||Harmonized Carpenter Apprentice Level 4 (Commencing 2020)|
Students entering Carpentry Apprenticeship classes must be registered as an apprentice and submit a Trades Worker Identification (TWID) # upon registration.
Complete a CMTN Bursary Application [PDF]
|Full Time:||7 Weeks||7 Weeks|
|Student Union Fees:||$46.64||$46.64|
Fees are effective as of August 1, 2023 for the 2023/24 academic year.
Books & supplies
Books are available at the CMTN Campus Store. Please visit your local campus for details or view your current booklist online by selecting your desired campus.
Tool kits are available for purchase at the registration office. Kits are limited and reserved for students enrolled in specific Trades programs only. Tool kits do not include the required PPE and Supplies on the TOOLS/SUPPLIES LIST. Prices are subject to change without notice.
In addition to the fees outlined in the Program Fees section, the following additional costs apply:
- C.S.A. approved safety footwear and safety glasses (WorkSafeBC regulations)
- Classroom supplies
- Appropriate clothing
- Learners are required to provide the following: pencils, pens, eraser, ruler, 2 three-ring binders, paper, scientific calculator and gloves
The work of a carpenter includes concrete formwork, wall and roof framing, and interior and exterior finishing. Carpenters have opportunities to work in residential, commercial, light industrial or heavy construction fields in the areas of new construction, renovations and maintenance. Carpenters can go on to become foremen, estimators, building inspectors, site superintendents or Instructors.