About the ELTT Program
Entry Level Trades Training Program
The EJTC Electrical Entry Level Trades Training (ELTT) provides a combination of electrical theory and practical electrician training to prepare individuals for apprenticeships within the electrical construction industry. Training topics include electrical theory and code, lockout procedures, fall arrest certification, safety awareness, WHMIS 2015 certification, Transportation of Dangerous Goods, confined space certification, Hilti shot certification and ladder safety training.
Our program provides our students who successfully complete the 15 weeks of technical training with 10 weeks PAID work experience. Placement will be with ECA of BC member companies associated with the Electrical Joint Training Committee (EJTC) and IBEW Local 213.
Upon successfully completing the course, you receive a certificate and credit for Level 1 technical training related to the Construction Electrician (Electrical) apprenticeship program.
Once the program has ended, the EJTC can then select full-time apprenticeship candidates from our program graduates, based upon work availability.
Course Outline (15 Weeks technical training)
Basic Trade Skills
- Occupational Health & Safety Standards
- Workplace safety
- Electrical safety
- Personal safety equipment
- Correct use of hand and power tools for the Electrical Trade
- Safe ladder use and care
- Installation procedures for:
- Nonmetallic sheathed cable
- Armoured cable
- Electrical metallic tubing
- Rigid conduit
- Flexible conduit
- Cable and conductors
- Conductor splicing
- Residential electrical services
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