Apprenticeship

A Career as an Electrician, Think About It…

Do you want a career that is challenging, secure and financially rewarding, and involves working with people in a variety of settings? Then why not join the growing number of men and women already working as electricians.

If you have a high school education and the ability to work with your hands, this could be the career for you. Apprentices get paid while learning a highly skilled trade. It’s a field which opens the door to many opportunities.

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CONTACT YOUR AREA LOCAL UNION OFFICE FOR FURTHER INFORMATION ON HOW TO BECOME AN APPRENTICE:

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Hamilton – Local 105

Rich DePietro

Kingston – Local 115

Jason Kish

Lawrence/Kingston

Dean Sinnott

London – Local 120

Will Perrie

St. Catharines – Local 303

Rob Wall

Greater Toronto Area – Local 353

Gord Nye

Thunder Bay – Local 402

William Korral

Sarnia – Local 530

Frank Harris

Ottawa – Local 586

Kurt Metz

Windsor – Local 773

Joe Logan

Kitchener – Local 804

Brian Jacobs

Sudbury – Local 1687

Dean Tuckett

Northern Ontario/Sudbury

Chase Beaudoin