Get your Electrician Red Seal

Electrician is a nationally designated trade under the Inter-provincial Red Seal program. Earning your Electrician Red Seal Endorsement marks you as skilled worker and can open job opportunities.

The Electrician Apprenticeship program consists of four levels of training, with ten weeks of in-school training in each of the four levels. Classes are scheduled in the day time and include both theory and practice. The program prepares you to write the Interprovincial Examination leading to final certification.

If you are not currently working as an electrician, you may consider enrolling first in UFV's Construction Electrician program to gain the entry-level skills needed to secure employment. As a graduate of the program, you will get advanced apprenticeship placement when you find an employer to sponsor you.

Electrician Apprenticeship Training Schedule

Email: apprenticeship@ufv.ca

 

Steps to Apply

1. Submit an application for the Electrical Apprenticeship program online at www.ufv.ca/apply  (please note you will apply for apprenticeship but not a specific level as that will be determined in step 2).

2. You will then receive an email, to the email address you submitted on the application, asking for additional information (level required, ITA #, employer, etc).

3. you will be scheduled for the next available intake.

Fees and costs

Electrical Apprenticeship Level 1
Length 10 weeks
Tuition 1318.60
Student Fees 155.20
Total 1473.80

 

Electrical Apprenticeship Level 2
Length 10 weeks
Tuition 1318.60
Student Fees 155.20
Total 1473.80

 

Electrical Apprenticeship Level 3
Length 10 weeks
Tuition 1318.60
Student Fees 155.20
Total 1473.80

 

Electrical Apprenticeship Level 4
Length 10 weeks
Tuition 1318.60
Student Fees 155.20
Total 1473.80

*all prices subject to change

The future is bright for electricians

A whole new world of opportunity exists in green construction, clean energy, fiber optics, and robotics for trained electricians ready to take up the challenge.

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