Apprenticeship training works differently than other NAIT programs. In order to train as an apprentice, you must first be hired by an employer willing to provide job-site training and be registered as an apprentice.
Job-site training makes up about 80% of an apprenticeship. The remaining 20% is made up of classroom study and skills enhancement. Typically, apprentices train for 4 years, spending 4–12 weeks a year in school and the rest of the time training on the job.
Apprenticeship Registration Week
- Apprenticeship registration is changing. Each trade has a set registration date. Please refer to the Tradesecrets website for specific dates pertaining to your trade.
We will experience high call volumes during this time.