acknowledgement of costs incurred by apprentices for trade school
attendance, the Greater Toronto Electrical Contractors Association
in concert with the Joint Apprenticeship Council established a program
to help offset those costs.
May 1, 2010 eligible apprentices will receive:
bursary to cover out-of-pocket expenses per term of trade school
for each apprentice upon successful completion.
bursary claim form must be submitted with your transcript after
trade school is complete.
May 1, 2010, the JAC will pay the tuition for each term of trade
school for each apprentice. Apprentices who must repeat a term or
specific class of trade school are not eligible.
scheduled directly by the Ministry must contact their counsellor
for reimbursement details.
JAC has also established a library of a few textbooks used by apprentices
at trade school. Apprentices that are interested in borrowing the
books should contact their counsellor.
books for loan:
Standard Textbook of Electricity
*Industrial Control Electronics
*Industrial Motor Control
May 1, 2010 an incentive program for successful completion of the
Certificate of Qualification (CofQ) exam was created by the Greater
Toronto Electrical Contractors Association in concert with the Joint
award for each apprentice who successfully completes the Red Seal
examination upon the completion of apprenticeship and JAC requirements.
Apprentices who must repeat the examination are not eligible.
Please refer to the website for the application process and requirements,
along with the application form.
Please note that the JAC will no longer accept
personal cheques as a method to pay for trade school or text books.
send in a copy of your Trade School results to the JAC. Fax to: