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Level I C/I Electrician: Seal Cove Campus

  • ELE-100 Safety
  • ELE-105 Tools and Equipment
  • ELE-110 Access Equipment
  • ELE-115 Hoisting, Lifting and Rigging
  • ELE-120 Support Components
  • ELE-125 Communication and Trade Documentation
  • ELE-130 Mentoring I
  • ELE-135 Drawings, Schematics and Specifications I
  • ELE-140 Worksite Preparation and Organization
  • ELE-145 DC Theory
  • ELE-150 DC Circuits
  • ELE-155 Single-Phase AC Theory
  • ELE-160 Single-Phase AC Circuits I
  • ELE-165 Intro to the Canadian Electrical Code
  • ELE-170 Grounding and Bonding I
  • ELE-175 Single Phase Services
  • ELE-180 Single Phase Power Distribution Equipment
  • ELE-185 Conductors and Cables
  • ELE-190 Conduit, Tubing and Fittings
  • ELE-195 Raceways
  • ELE-200 Boxes and Enclosures
  • ELE-205 Wiring Devices
  • ELE-210 Luminaires and Lighting Controls
  • ELE-215 Introduction to Communication Systems

How it works

To register please contact your PDO at the Apprenticeship Division of Department of Advanced Education & Skills. More information is available at https://www.aesl.gov.nl.ca/app/

After you have been approved for your training by the Apprenticeship Division, AESL, please complete a
registration form and mail the form back to the Seal Cove Campus so you can be set up for online access. Your instructor will contact you in advance of your start date. Please proivde a telephone number for us to contact you, as well as an email address that you regularly use. First offering is Oct. 1, 2018 so please return forms by Sept 3, 2018.

Trades courses are typically broken down into two components: theory and practical. In many college and university programs, theory has been delivered online and through correspondence for many years. However, teaching the practical aspect online has traditionally been a challenge. While many online simulations are now possible, apprentices continue to need exposure to practical skills training to expand their knowledge as they work toward journeyperson certification. Your training will be carried out in two phases; providing a good balance of theory and practical learning.


Phase One: 21 weeks of OnlineTraining

The initial phase of instruction will be more theory-oriented supplemented by some practical simulations and videos. Rather than having 30 hours of course work per week, which is typical of how blocks are normally taught, CNA is limiting content to 10 hours per week. This will enable you to continue working and have a more manageable amount of course work.

During the online phase of teaching, you will be given an orientation session to online learning. You will be assigned an instructor whose primary job is to make sure you are equipped to excel. Your instructor will have online lectures and notes prepared. S/He will conduct video conference seminars for individuals and groups, and will also be available to answer questions, either by phone, in an online classroom or by email. Students will be required to attend online videoconference sessions for 1-2 hours per week as scheduled by the instructor. Your instructor is here to support your success in every way possible.

Because of varied work schedules, we will try to make group sessions that work better for you. While participation in these is strongly encouraged, it may not be possible to participate in all of them, and that is okay. Your instructor will work with you to schedule time to help you not fall behind.


Phase Two: Three Weeks On-Campus

The second phase of your class call will be completed in person at Seal Cove Campus. You will be given three weeks of practical, intensive learning to cover the training objectives that are not compatible with online delivery. You will also have the opportunity to reinforce the learning from the online portion, and prepare for the upcoming course and block exams. Classes generally run 8:30am to 3:30pm each day, Monday to Friday.


What if I run into computer issues?

We are not expecting students taking this program to be computer experts, however, some familiarity with computers and internet use will be very helpful.

A dedicated Help Desk support team is available to serve your technical support needs should you encounter difficulties. Our team members possess a wide range of technical skills and look forward to answering your questions, finding solutions to your problems and ensuring that your online experience is an enjoyable one. We aim to provide prompt courteous service within 24 hours.

Email: dlshelp@cna.nl.ca
Phone: 1 877 465 2250 option 1 (toll free) or 1 709 466 6961 (local)
The DL Helpdesk schedule can be found here


Who do I contact if I have additional questions?

A Student Development Officer has been assigned to help you throughout the training program. Should you have questions or require information at any point, please contact Angela Kavanagh at (709) 744-6841, or by email at angela.kavanagh@cna.nl.ca. Angela will be able to direct your inquiry to either the appropriate campus, Distributed Learning officials,Chris Patey, as Dean of industrial Trades. She is also able to direct you to assessments if you are still uncertain about taking courses online.

We appreciate your interest in taking the Construction/Industrial program at CNA, and we look forward to working with you over the coming year.