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2022-2023 School Year Registration Process

  1. Click the Register button for the school of your choice and complete the Registration form.
  2. Students that are not currently registered with WECDSB must also complete a school registration package.
  3. WECDSB students not currently registered with one of the host school(s) listed below must also complete a school registration package.
  4. In June 2022 you will receive an email confirming your registration.

Catholic Central High School 



Why consider the Level 1 Electrical Apprenticeship Program?

Earn the Ontario Secondary School Diploma (OSSD) with the red seal distinction of the Specialist High Skills Major (SHSM) in Construction.

The SHSM in Construction includes:

  • Certification and Training
  • Standard First Aid
  • CPR / AED (Defibrillator)
  • Basic Electrical Safety
  • WHMIS
  • Working at Heights
  • Confined Spaces
  • Lock-out and Tagging
  • Elevated Work Platforms

The successful completion of five (5) technological education courses totalling 530 hours of instruction including the following courses:
  • TCE 3C – Construction Technology: Electrical 110 hours
  • TAM4T –PC CAD (Dual Credit) 45 hours
  • TSC4T - Construction Applications 45 hours
  • MBF-3C - Math for Construction Academy 110 hours
  • TCE 4C – Construction Technology: Electrical 110 hours
  • MAP4C - Math for College & Apprenticeship (Optional) 110 hours
  • SPH 4C - Physics, College (Optional) 110 hours
  • TDJ 4O – Technological Design (Elective/Optional) 110 hours

Embedded in the program, students will:
  • Complete the Level 1 Electrical Basic apprenticeship training (240 hours) by the end of their grade 12 year
  • Complete approximately 1000 hours of cooperative education over two years
  • Participate in the Windsor-Essex Habitat for Humanity Home Build and Projects

Typical day for a WECDSB Student

Electrical

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