North American Trade Schools
Profile of Career College/Trade School
North American Trade Schools provide job-oriented courses in Building Trades Technology, Electrical Technology and Heating Ventilation Air Conditioning. These sectors are experiencing shortage of workforce, so there are a great many opportunities of advancement for successful graduates.
Handy Information on their Courses:
The construction industry is increasing at an unprecedented rate. You can be part of this exciting and rewarding field with our Building Trades Technology program, which includes hands-on-training in residential and commercial construction areas as well as renovations.
Designed to provide classroom and “hands-on” training in residential, commercial and industrial electricity, graduates of the program will develop skills in residential wiring, service installation, code interpretation and much more!
HVAC TechnologyThis curriculum is designed to provide “hands-on” training in the installation and maintenance of oil, gas, propane & electrical heating systems and ventilation & air cooling equipment in the residential, commercial and industrial environments.Enthusiasts, who want to shift careers or those who see their future in these fields, can apply. Minimum requirements are Ontario Secondary School Diploma or equivalent qualification, clearance of entrance exam and interview.
- Career preparation so you can be job-ready in less than one year
- Small class sizes and individual attention
- Professional instructors with career experience in your chosen field of study
- Employment preparation and placement assistance is available to all graduates of full-time registered programs
- Financial Assistance may be available to those who qualify
Air Brake Endorsement - Short Term Programs
Building Trades Technology
Forklift Certification - Short Term Programs
Tractor Trailer Driver Training
WHMIS - Short Term Programs
Construction, Surveying and Building
Management, Leadership and Training
Trades and Apprenticeship Training
Truck Driver and Driving
Workplace Safety and WHMIS
- North American Trade Schools