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College of the North Atlantic

College of the North Atlantic

City: Multiple Locations (Stephenville, Happy Valley-Goose Bay, Placentia)
Province/State:Newfoundland
College WebSite: http://www.cna.nl.ca/default.asp
Mechanic Programs:Heavy Truck • Heavy Equipment

Heavy Equipment Program Summary :
This program is designed to provide trainees with skills and knowledge required for employment in the field of Heavy Equipment Repair. Heavy Equipment Service Technicians diagnose problems, locate the cause of the malfunction, dismantle and overhaul components. They repair defects, reassemble existing parts or fit new parts, and make final adjustments.

The Provincial Apprenticeship and Certification Board through legislative authority is responsible for the registration of apprentices and trade qualifiers into the designated occupations.

The registration of an apprentice will take place when an individual is employed in a field of work directly relating to a designated occupation, and has a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) signed between the Division of Institutional and Industrial Education, an employer and the apprentice.

After successful completion of this program, and the required work experience, the apprentices qualify to return to complete advanced level training in preparation for writing the Journeyperson=s Examination.

Program Contact Details :
Bay St. George Campus (Stephenville)
Telephone: 709-643-7838
Fax: 709-643-7734

Happy Valley-Goose Bay Campus
Telephone: 709-896-6300
Fax: 709-896-3733

Placentia Campus
Telephone: 709-227-2037
Fax: 709-227-7185

College of the North Atlantic is the largest post-secondary educational and skills training centre in Atlantic Canada. The College is a leader in providing diplomas and certificates in over 90 full-time programs including Academic, General, and Transfer Studies, University Transfer, English as a Second Language, Applied Arts, Business, Industrial Education/Trades, Information Technology, Health Sciences, Natural Resources, and Engineering Technology. These programs are from one year to three years in duration.

Through the Community, Corporate, and International Office, the College offers over 300 part-time credit and non-credit courses and programs to individual adult learners, businesses, industries, and community groups. It also coordinates resources and activities to serve the needs of clients worldwide through consulting services, technical assistance, and customized training programs.

Through the College’s Distributed Learning Service, students can complete more than 200 courses and programs from the comfort of their own homes, at their convenience.