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We offer a number of apprenticeship programs and a variety of delivery methods.

Apprenticeship Programs Offered

Campus: Hearst
Level 2: To be determined - Winter 2022
Level 1: To be determined - Winter 2022

Campus: Sudbury
Level 3: October 18 to December 17, 2022
Level 2: January 10 to March 4, 2022
Level 1: March 7 to April 29, 2022

Campus: Sudbury
Level 2: October 12 to December 17, 2022
Level 1: January 10 to March 4, 2022
Level 3: March 7 to May 20, 2022

Campus: Sudbury
Level 3: March 7 to May 20, 2022

Campus: Sudbury
Level 2: October 25 to December 17, 2022
Level 3: January 4 to March 4, 2022
Level 1: March 7 to April 29, 2022

Campus: Sudbury
Level 3: October 18 to December 17, 2022
Level 2: January 10 to March 4, 2022
Level 1: March 7 to April 29, 2022

Campus: Timmins
Level 3: August 23 to October 22, 2021
Level 2: March 7 to April 29, 2022
Level 1: May 2 to June 24, 2022

Campus: Timmins
Level 3: October 18 to December 17, 2022
Level 2: January 10 to March 4, 2022
Level 1: May 2 to June 24, 2022

Campus: Sudbury
Level 1: March 7 to April 29, 2022

Campus: Sudbury
Level 3: August 23 to October 22, 2022
Level 2: January 10 to March 4, 2022
Level 1: March 7 to April 29, 2022

Campus: Timmins
Level 1: January 24 to March 31, 2022

Online Apprenticeship Programs

Level 1: October 11, 2021 to June 19, 2022
Level 2: November 8, 2021 to June 12, 2022
Level 1: January 3 to October 16, 2022

Level 1: August 16, 2021
Level 2: August 2, 2021

PDE3060 Health, Safety and Nutrition
Level 1 : August 23, 2021

PDE3061 Child Development 1
Level 1 : November 15, 2022

PDE3060 Health, Safety and Nutrition
Level 1 : January 3, 2022

PDE3062 Creative Expression
Level 1 : March 21, 2022

PDE3071 Inclusive Practice and Advocacy
Level 1 : June 13, 2022

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Through practical learning experiences, apprenticeship programs allow individuals to gain vocational training while working in their field. Participants in an apprenticeship program are called apprentices.

Training includes a practical component primarily offered in the workplace by an employer (the sponsor) and a theoretical component usually provided by a community college or another recognized training institution. Apprentices acquire the knowledge, skills, and aptitudes required through theoretical learning experience and by completing various duties related to the field under the supervision of qualified individuals.

Generally, an apprenticeship can be completed in 2 to 5 years.

Upon completion of both the theoretical and practical components of the program, apprentices receive their apprenticeship certification from the Ministry of Labour, Training and Skills Development (MLTSD). In certain circumstances, when the trade requires it, apprentices may need to pass a general competency test to obtain a professional qualification certificate. Apprenticeships are a win-win situation; apprentices earn a salary while training and employers benefit from motivated employees.

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