Industrial Mechanical Millwright Technician

Gain the skills to be an industrial jack-of-all-trades with the ability to diagnose, install, and maintain plant machinery in a systematic manner and with a high degree of efficiency.

In the College's millwright shop, you will gain hands-on experience working on industrial equipment and learn to install, repair, and maintain complex industrial mechanical machinery in existing and new operations. In second year, you will build upon your electrical, mechanical, instrumentation, and computer-aided drafting skills while increasing your precision in troubleshooting and repairing industry equipment.

Co-Op Apprenticeship Option

The Co-op Diploma Apprenticeship program combines a college diploma program and apprenticeship training leading to a Certificate of Qualification. The program enables individuals to train as apprenticeship participants, completing all in-school learning outcomes (trade school). In addition, participants have the option to pursue a co-op with an employer. Individuals who want to register for the Co-op Diploma Apprenticeship program must meet all eligibility criteria for both the college diploma program as well as apprenticeship training.

 

What's in it for you?

Career outcomes*

  • Apprentice industrial mechanic millwright in mining, manufacturing, steel, pulp and paper, nuclear, hydro, petro-chemical, and automotive industries.

Average Salaries*

Across these career outcomes, salaries in Canada range from:

$26,800 to $115,000

Take advantage of the Co-op Diploma Apprenticeship option, and you'll complete all in-school apprenticeship requirements by the time you graduate – making you job-ready for the many opportunities in every industry from aerospace to food manufacturing to mining.

Plan your future

Next Session start

January 2017

Available delivery options

  • Full-Time
  • Flex learning
  • Apprenticeships

Graduate in 2018*

*Minimum Full time length is 20 months

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