Construction Craft Worker - Apprenticeship
A Construction Craft Worker (Labourer) works mostly on construction sites in residential, institutional, commercial, and industrial settings, including pipelines, utilities, hydroelectric dams, roadways, bridges, tunnels, shipyards, mining, and railways. Construction Craft Worker (Labourer) tasks include site preparation and cleanup, setting up and removing access equipment, and assisting on concrete, masonry, steel, wood and pre-cast erection projects. They handle materials and equipment and perform demolition, excavation and compaction activities. They may also perform site safety and security checks.
Apprentices complete a two-level training program that includes 4000 Work-Based Training (WBT) and 240 technical training house. CMTN offers two levels of Construction Craft Worker Apprenticeship technical training. Each level of technical training is 120 hours in duration.
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Students entering Apprenticeship classes must be registered as an apprentice and submit a Trades Worker Identification (TWID) number upon application.
- Grade 12 or Mature student
- Four credits of English at a grade 10 level or equivalent AND Workplace Mathematics 10 (MWPM 10/ WPM 10) or higher.
- Level 1 must be completed prior to starting Level 2
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