BAC Training Centre
Profile of Career College/Trade School
BAC Training Centre Inc. was established in 2004. It was founded by the International Union of Bricklayers and Allied Craft Workers. The programs are designed for those who desire a career in commercial and residential construction industry.
The program offered at BAC Training Centre Inc. trains the students to become qualified masons. There is a growing demand for masons in Canada and this has fuelled many students seeking training that can make their entry into the construction industry easier.
It is mandatory for the students to have a high school diploma or a GED diploma. Adult learners may also take up the program after being assessed. The program includes 23 courses and students have to complete 18 of them during the first year. After completing the first year of study, students will be eligible for joining the work force. However, before making an entry into the construction industry the students will have to register as apprentices with the Department of Education. The students will have to return to school periodically to finish the advanced courses. Students who have work experience may enter the program at the apprentice stage skipping the first year courses.
The students can complete the advance courses and after having secured 7,200 hours of schooling and trade experience they may sit for the interprovincial Journeyperson’s Examination. This certification is recognized throughout Canada and enables the student to work as a certified bricklayer.
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