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Native Residential Construction Worker
About 2 years
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The Native Residential Construction Worker apprenticeship program has been designed to train First Nations workers in all aspects of home construction, including carpentry, electrical, and plumbing. Upon completion of the program, these journeypersons are ideally trained for construction in Native residential settings.
Construction Craft Labourer

Certification Requirements
  • The Native Residential Construction Worker apprenticeship consists of 4,000 hours of on-the-job training.
  • Once you have successfully completed the apprenticeship requirements, you receive a Certificate of Apprenticeship and are certified as a journeyperson in the trade.
  • A person with at least 4,000 hours of related work experience is eligible to apply for a Trade Equivalency Assessment (TEA) and, if successful, becomes certified as a journeyperson in this trade.

Educational Prerequisites
Grade 12 or equivalent.

In-Class Training
Please contact your local apprenticeship office for information on the availability of technical training for this program.