Prior to applying to the program, it is crucial that you read ALL of the content on this website before contacting the Electrical Apprentice Training Alliance (The Alliance).
The Alliance has moved forward with an open year-round Intake process. This means that you will be able to apply for the program at any time. The Intake process is based on labour demand, therefore the cohort dates and times can vary. Our intake process is for a pre-apprenticeship program. Please DO NOT apply if you already have a registered training agreement. If you have an agreement and over a thousand (1000) hours of trade experience, you will need to contact the IBEW Local 353.
Please ensure you are able to check the boxes below, have copies of the following documents and your transcript show successful completed ONE (1) course from each of the following subject areas:. You should take the time to review our website regarding requirements, processes, and timelines. If you do not have these readily available, we ask that you please wait to apply until you do.
I am a Canadian Citizen OR Permanent Residence (eligible to work in Canada)
I have a typed resume ready to upload
I have a copy of my Ontario Secondary School transcript or a Comprehensive ICAS report ready to upload (we do not accept post-secondary school transcripts).
A career as a 309A Construction & Maintenance Electrician, Low-Rise Residential Electrician, and Network Cabling Specialists are extremely demanding but is also very rewarding and it is important that you know what the job entails. We suggest you do your homework:
- Review and understand all of the information provided on our website.
- Research what the job entails (Are you afraid of heights? A considerable amount of time is spent working at heights!)
- Research what 309A Construction & Maintenance Electricians, Low Rise Residential Electricians, and Network Cabling Specialists do when they are on a jobsite.
- Investigate the Essential Skills required to be a 309A Construction & Maintenance Electrician. Check out these links:
- Prepare to write a Mechanical Aptitude Test (MAT). Check out these links*:
Please note: After each stage of the process the applicant will be contacted via
email (please ensure you check your spam/junk folders) with additional
instructions for the next stage. If you are not successful at a particular
stage you will be notified and we will share the potential areas of improvement.
For more information on the Intake, please read the following pages:
Intake Registration Video - Instructions and Requirements
(309A Construction & Maintenance Electricians & Low Rise Residential Electricians)
If you have any issues viewing the video or registering, please contact our office at 905-882-6484