Trades Training Programs in St. John’s and Corner Brook
You learn more from working with your hands than sitting in an office. You like to design, build, fix, and install. You’ll fit right in at Academy Canada, a career-focused trades training college based in Newfoundland & Labrador. Discover a new way of learning at one of our three campuses.
Canada will always need doctors, lawyers, teachers and accountants…but we also need plumbers, carpenters and welders. Skilled Trades have a great deal to offer.
Learn More About Our “Faculty of Construction, Trades, and Mining” Programs
Education in construction, trades, and mining can provide you much-needed job security. These industries require highly trained personnel who have completed trades programs and apprenticeships.
At Academy Canada, we offer rolling admissions and monthly start dates for our trades training programs. Your program can last between 4 and 24 months. In certain trades, you enter an apprenticeship program before you graduate. Our hands-on training helps you start working and earning money quickly.
“Faculty of Construction, Trades, and Mining” Programs
- Automotive Service Technician (Entry)
- Baker (Entry)
- Carpenter (Entry)
- Computer Aided Drafting
- Construction/Industrial Electrician (Entry)
- Cook (Entry)
- Insulator (Heat & Frost) (Entry)
- Motor Vehicle Body Repairer (Metal & Paint)(Entry)
- Occupational Health and Safety
- Plumber (Entry)
- Steamfitter / Pipefitter (Entry)
- Welder (Entry)
Contact Us for More Information
We encourage interested students to submit a request form. You also can apply now through this website. With 14 learning centers, two campuses in St. John’s, and one in Corner Brook, we aim to make your trades training work around your busy schedule. We offer half day programs for working students and people with families.
If you feel ready to explore trades training programs in St. John’s or Corner Brook, call Academy Canada at 1.800.561.8000.
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