Heavy Equipment Technician Pre-Apprenticeship (Period 1)
Centre for Northern Innovation in Mining
For more information, please contact the program advisor at 867.332.2347
The objective of this program is to provide students with:
- Theoretical trade knowledge which, together with hands-on shop experience, will enable students to go on to train for employment as capable and knowledgeable first year apprentices.
- Further acquisition of safety skills and awareness.
- The ability to apply mathematical concepts to the heavy equipment field.
- Math 11 (Applications, Principles, or Pre-Calculus) or Math 12 (Foundations or Apprenticeship & Workplace) AND English11; OR
- Mature Student Status with acceptable scores on the College Placement Assessment or GED; OR
- Pass Level A Trades Entrance exam; OR
- Math 050 or Math 053 (B) and SCI 053 (B)
- Good physical condition.
- Good hand-eye coordination.
- Suitable work clothes and leather steel toed work shoes.
Yukon College recognizes that a greater understanding and awareness of Yukon First Nations history, culture and journey towards self-determination will help to build positive relationships among all Yukon citizens. As a result, you will be required to achieve core competency in knowledge of Yukon First Nations. For details, please see www.yukoncollege.yk.ca/yfnccr.
- Demonstrate competencies in job safety skills and awareness of workplace hazards.
- Acquire practical hands-on experience with a variety of stationary and portable power tools.
- Complete the theoretical requirements for Level 1 heavy equipment technician apprenticeship program.
- Have an opportunity to challenge the heavy equipment technician apprenticeship level 1 exams.
- Acquire skills and knowledge to advance in the work force in the heavy equipment field.
- Demonstrate the ability to apply mathematical concepts to the heavy equipment field.
Tuition for credit programs is calculated per course credit. See Tuition and Fees.
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In order to graduate, students must successfully complete all courses in the program and maintain an overall "C" average (70%). Graduates of the program will receive a Yukon College Certificate.
Students may also be offered technical credit towards a Yukon apprenticeship and the opportunity to challenge the Heavy Equipment Technician Level 2 and 3 exams.