Benefits of the ELTT Program
The EJTC’s Entry Level Trades Training Program prepares you for an apprenticeship in the electrical trades. The course combines 15 weeks of classroom and workshop training with 10 weeks of paid electrical experience.
The EJTC is the training and apprenticeship arm of the unionized electrical sector in B.C.’s Lower Mainland and Okanagan. Governed by a joint board representing the IBEW Local 213, the ECA of BC and the BC Shipbuilding sector.
Our instructors are trained to help students build on their strengths. We provide special help with learning issues.
You will be working with our IBEW local 213 experienced electricians at one of our signatory contractors job sites. Safety is a top priority for all.
The IBEW 213 apprenticeship includes regular pay increases, pension, industry-leading health benefits, financial support during technical training, and job security.
We take pride in our high success rate. We see the ELTT program as just the first step in your lifetime of learning within the electrical trades.
Note: fees are subject to change. Participants are expected to provide their own personal safety footwear and transportation to and from training and worksites. Students will be required to supply their own tools for the 10 weeks of work experience (approximate cost $500.00). These fees and costs are offset by the income that trainees earn during their included 10 weeks of work experience.
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The Canadian Construction Women Bursary The Mott Electric Women in Electrical Training Fund Apprenticeship Incentive Grant for Women Program fees are due in full four weeks prior to the first day of class. You may be able to access funding through StudentAid BC for this program.
To gain entrance to the EJTC’s Entry Level Trades Training program, applicants are required to have Grade 12 completion including the following courses:
Applicants must have basic computer skills and access to a computer with Windows 7 or later, and to the internet, for homework assignments. International applicants must include a Comprehensive Report (not Basic) from a credentialing service such as ICES. Please check their website to learn about processing times for your application. Any international application to EJTC that does not include a Comprehensive Report will be returned. Applicants must be legally eligible to work in Canada.
Only those applications that meet the requirements as stated above will be contacted about the next step.
Electrical Joint Training Committee 1405 Broadway Street Port Coquitlam, BC V3C 6L6 Attention: ELTT Administrator Email: firstname.lastname@example.org