The Harmonized Electrical Foundation program prepares students for entry-level positions as electrical apprentices with contracting companies involved in residential, commercial and industrial construction and maintenance. Students learn to access and utilize resource materials, follow procedures and make sound decisions while installing and maintaining electrical equipment.
This 24 week program covers the Industry Training Authority (ITA) Level 1 Curriculum while allowing students extra time to develop hand skills in a shop setting. Construction Electricians plan, design, assemble, install, alter, repair, inspect, verify, commission, connect, operate, maintain and decommission electrical systems. Electrical systems provide heating, lighting, power, alarm, security, communication and control in residential, commercial, institutional, industrial transportation, marine and entertainment environments.
-High School/Secondary Education Diploma
-High School/Secondary Education Transcript/Marksheets
-English Language Proficiency
-English 12 equivalences;
-TOEFL: Overall score 80.
-ILAC : Minimum overall score ILAC PW Level 3.1
-Duolingo: Overall score 95.
-IELTS: Overall score 6.0 (no band less than 5.5)