Plumbing Pre-Apprentice Program
The Plumber Pre-Apprentice Program at the Skilled Trades College of Canada was designed to give students the right mix of theoretical and hands-on training methodology to make them successful apprentices. A plumber is a tradesperson who specializes in installing and maintaining systems used for potable (drinking) water, sewage, and drainage in plumbing systems. Some of the duties that a plumber is required to perform are: installing, repairing and maintaining pipes, fixtures, and other plumbing equipment; welding, connecting, and leak testing; estimating; interpreting blueprints; supervising apprentices; and more.
Our graduates will receive the necessary theory, safety training, and hands-on practice needed to make them the most sought-after plumbing apprentices in their field. You will learn safety training, rigging, and hoisting, pipe and fitting materials, pipe supports and hangers, tools and piping methods, plumbing fixtures, appliances and equipment, properties of water and heat transfer, trade calculations, construction drawings, codes, regulations and standards, drainage, venting and waste piping systems, sewage disposal systems, and water distribution systems.
- Mon-Fri | Beginning September 26, 2022 | 8:30am-3:00pm
Three different locations:
- 290 Vaughan Valley Blvd. Vaughan, ON L4H 3C3
- 448 Lawrence Ave E, North York, ON M4A 2V6
- 1825 Dundas St E, Mississauga, ON L4X 2X1
Requirements for entry to the program
Participants need to identify as Indigenous (First Nations, Métis, Inuit) and must be currently residing within the Greater Toronto Area.
Attendees will need to fill out a new Miziwe Biik registration form and Employment Ontario form which can be downloaded on our Forms page.
Students must show proof of vaccination. If you are not fully vaccinated (2 doses) then you will have to have weekly antigen testing of which the school will supply. (These vaccination requirements could be subject to change.)
About the Skilled Trades College of Canada
Course run through the Skilled Trades College of Canada