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Our Vision is to offer the finest trades training possible, to support national standards and ensure a strong electrical Industry.

3 Pillars of EJTC

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Training for Industry

The EJTC Board brings together union leadership and electrical contractors. Because of our links to industry, we understand industry needs. Entry level and apprentice trainees work directly with BC’s leading electrical contractors. EJTC is bringing emerging technologies to the BC market.

Focus on the Student

The EJTC offers small class sizes with plenty of hands-on practice. All our instructors are Red Seal Certified electricians and work closely with students to address individual interests. At the apprentice level, staff members support trainees in scheduling school and work terms.

Respect and Inclusion

The EJTC and its industry sponsors are recognized as national leaders in promoting the status of women in the electrical trades. IBEW 213, our union affiliate, is the home of the BC Centre for Women in the Trades. We are committed to building a respectful workplace where everyone can succeed.

Electrical Foundation – ELTT Program (Entry Level Trades Training)

The ELTT course combines electrical theory and practical electrician training to prepare you for an apprenticeship in the electrical construction industry. It is the first step in an electrician’s training.

Participants who successfully complete the course receive a certificate and credit for Level 1 technical training with the Industry Training Authority (ITA) related to the Construction Electrician (Electrical) apprenticeship program.

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Apprenticeships

BC’s construction industry is booming due to a strong economy. This market demand coupled with a Canada-wide skills shortage caused by the retirement of the baby-boomer generation are looming factors in the construction industry. As such, electrical contractors are actively seeking men and women who are interested in the trades.

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Journeyperson Upgrading for Electricians

Innovative training for a safer, smarter, better performing workforce.

All EJTC continuing education programming is aimed at meeting the training needs of the electrical industry sector for the IBEW Local 213 Journeyperson members. We are constantly adding programs to offer the finest trades training possible, to support national standards and ensure a strong electrical Industry.

Our innovative programs are also available to the public sector via our subsidiary company E2inc. For more information click here.

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  • Yes, overall excellent course. Very impressed. Good combination of practical/theory.

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  • I think that this course is far superior to any other electrical course in the province.

    -Anonymous

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  • The practical experience is invaluable! I came into the course with little mechanical ability or knowledge and will leave a confident individual

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  • Course was extremely interesting and offered a lot to learn. Perfect first step.

    -Anonymous

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Women In Trades

We provide the best in technical training for the electrical trades – at the entry, apprentice and journeyperson levels. We are committed to promoting training and employment opportunities for everybody, including women, Indigenous people and newcomers to Canada.

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Mentorship Matters ™

Blueprint for a Bright Future

 

The Mentorship Matters™ on-the-job mentoring program enables clients to establish and apply industry best practice in knowledge and skill transfer between journeypersons and apprentices.

This industry-aligned and endorsed program includes mentorship training for apprentices and journeypersons, train-the-trainer training and tools for clients to effectively deliver the program.​

Learn more about Mentorship Matters program core curriculum, mentorship training, resources and testimonials.

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