Construction Craft Worker (CCW) Level I

DURATION

The program runs 8 weeks (Monday to Friday) 8:30am – 3:30pm each day. You must be able to support yourself for the duration of the program. No transportation is provided for apprenticeship training

General

Construction Craft Workers perform many tasks on a job site, such as site preparation and cleanup, assembly and dismantlement of access equipment, material handling, and working on concrete, masonry, steel, wood and precast erecting projects. They work on many types of structures, including industrial, commercial and institutional sites, as well as roadways, railways, tunnels, hydroelectric dams and mining. They may also work on utility, landscape and pipeline projects. Individuals who are suited to this trade are those who possess mechanical aptitude, good manual dexterity, an eye for detail, and are capable of performing hard, physical work, often outdoors.

The Construction Craft Worker apprenticeship consists of 2,880 hours in total, 480 hours of which are held at the Training Centre (240 hours in Level 1 and 240 hours in Level 2). Our training program follows the standards set out by Skilled Trades Ontario, and is designed to provide apprentices with a wide range of skills, including:

  • Construction Health and Safety training
  • Trade calculations and blueprint reading
  • Safe hand and power tool operation
  • Equipment handling practices and procedures
  • Erecting and dismantling scaffolding
  • Hoisting and rigging
  • Formwork and concrete
You must have a minimum of Grade 10 high school education or its equivalent in order to be eligible to register for the Construction Craft Worker apprenticeship program.


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