How Can I Become an Apprentice?

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Posted by: from Shawinigan
1/31/2011 at 5:44:25 PM

How can i become an apprentice in the electricty field?there is no enlish school in my area ?what do i have to do? thank you

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Date/Time2/1/2011 at 1:50:42 PM

Hello Tyler, To become an apprentice you must first decide what you want to acheive. Do you want to be a carpenter, plumber, roofer? Either way you made a good choice as we only hire certified journeymen. If you like you can call me direct at 778-385-0366 and I would be happy to guide you in the right direction. You can also email me by going to the website and go to the email page.

Good Luck!


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Date/Time2/1/2011 at 2:32:22 PM

Hi Tyler,

To become a electrician you would need to work for an electrical company and do the hours required to become an licensed electrician. School I'm sure there are some trade schools around your area and even maybe do the evening classes.

Hope these info works for you, Good Luck.

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Date/Time2/1/2011 at 5:37:14 PM

Hi Tyler ; The first thing to do is find an electrical contractor that will hire you then he will ( if your still wanting to become an electrician) register you as an apprentice with in three months of working with him after you become a registered apprentice you are on your way of becoming a electrician . Good luck

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Date/Time2/7/2011 at 12:00:05 PM

Hi Tyler, Alot of the information you need to get started is available throught he canadian government website as well - you may have to contact them to help narrow down where to start. Try calling 311, You mentioned it was tough in your area so you could also call a local electrician as well and see what information he can provide.



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