Our French Electrical program splices together knowledge, skills and hands-on application to prepare students for installing, operating, troubleshooting, servicing and repairing electrical/electronic and communications equipment and networks found in most residential, commercial and industrial settings. All courses are taught in French by our industry-experienced, Red Seal-certified instructor.
Courses include basic and advanced elements of AC and DC circuitry, wiring theories and installation methods, electronic and electrical tools, testing, repair and fabrication. Each includes references to the Canadian Electrical Code where they apply. Students will be taught how to apply their electrical knowledge skills and techniques safely, efficiently and effectively.
The French Electrical program is certified Level 1 by Apprenticeship Manitoba, and offered in partnership with Division scolaire franco-manitobaine.
Please note: Tuition, books, supplies and student fees listed below are NOT applicable to secondary students.
At A Glance
Duration10 months (full time)
Tuition Fees$4,750.00 (2019/2020)
books$270.00 (issued by instructor, subject to change)
additional supplies$580.00 (purchased by student, subject to change)
additional student fees$174.00 infrastructure/technology (subject to change); $50.00 MITT Award Fund
*Fees, books and supplies may be subject to change.
February 3, 2020 - Apply Today! - This intake is currently waitlisting.
Days: 8:45 am to 3:15 pm
Applicants should have successfully completed credits or equivalent standing from a recognized curriculum in:
Grade 12 Math (40S)
Grade 12 French (40S)
For further information regarding entrance requirements contact Chantal Simard at (204) 989-6570, or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org .
A complete supply list will be available at http://mitt.ca/current-students/supply-lists .
Students in the French Electrical program will be taught – in French – the skills and knowledge required for installing, repairing, modifying and maintaining electrical, electronic and communications equipment and systems found in most residential, commercial and manufacturing sectors.
- Electrical Trades DC Fundamentals (DC)
- Electrical Trades AC Fundamentals (AC)
- Introduction to Electrical Trades Technology
- Residential Wiring
- Electrical Wiring Methods
- Advanced Electrical Wiring Methods
- Advanced Residential Wiring
- Applied Electrical Trades Technology
For further information contact Chantal Simard at (204) 989-6570, or by email at email@example.com.
Students who successfully complete this program with a minimum average of 70% or more will be credited with theoretical Level 1 by Apprenticeship Manitoba.