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Construction Technology programs, certificates, diplomas and degrees

Total 367 training course(s)/program(s) at schools in Canada.



Eastern College

Training Centres/Campuses: Fredericton, Halifax, Moncton, Saint John, , Canada
Phone No.: 1-877-297-0777

Construction Electrician (Diploma)

Course Format: Public Course / Instructor-Led / Open Enrollment  V

The Construction Electrician Diploma program at Eastern College is an extremely practical approach to learning the extensive skills required for success in the electrical trades. You will learn to plan, assemble, install, repair, and test electrical fixtures and systems in residential, commercial, and industrial buildings. Training is evenly divided between classroom theory and shop application, giving you practical hands-on experience before you ever set foot on a job site. Graduates may use this training as a credit towards apprenticeship for a head start on your electrician career path. Graduates will be eligible to complete the Apprentice Level I Exam.

Course Highlights
Student Success Strategies
Basic Mathematics
Composition of Matter
Current, Voltage and Resistance
Characteristics of Conductors
Series Resistive Circuits
Parallel Resistive Circuits
Series-Parallel Resistive Circuits
Work, Energy, Power and Efficienc... [Read More]


Carpenters Training Centre of New Brunswick Inc.

Training Centre/Campus: Saint John, New Brunswick, Canada
Phone No.: 1-506-632-8840

Confined Space (Certificate)

Course Format: Public Course / Instructor-Led / Open Enrollment  V

Provides personnel with an understanding of the hazards related to working in a confined space environment.

The course looks at the proper safe work practice and procedures for confined spaces as well as rescue considerations. The course meets the minimum requirements for workers and supervisors who enter into confined space areas.Federal and provincial regulations are examined.

Program Duration: 2 Day(s)

Program Pre-Requisites: None

Tools Required: Confined Space Entry Workbook (provided with course)

WHMIS (Certificate)

Course Format: Public Course / Instructor-Led / Open Enrollment  V

Using the NBCSA class study workbook, participants learn the “nuts and bolts�of the WHMIS program.

Instruction on labels, Material Safety Data Sheets and worker education will alert workers to the potential hazards of controlled products.

Course length is 3.5 Hours

Program Duration: 1 Day(s)

Program Pre-Requisites: None

Tools Required: Safety Orientation Workbook (provided with course)

Fall Protection (Certificate)

Course Format: Public Course / Instructor-Led / Open Enrollment  V

Designed to instruct workers in the basics of fall protection, including how to do proper hazard assessment and the basics of personal fall arrest systems.

The focus of this course is on regulation awareness and compliance.

Program Duration: 1 Day(s)

Program Pre-Requisites: None

Tools Required: Student Workbook (provided with course) as well as Personal Body Harness

Scaffold (Certificate)

Course Format: Public Course / Instructor-Led / Open Enrollment  V

This is a comprehensive 8 week program that will enable members to be job ready placing them as an employee of preference. This program offers an extensive portfolio of practical hands-on experience and covers the following objectives,

- Site inspection and layout
- Provincial and Federal Regulations
- Scaffold safety
- Tube and clamp scaffolds
- Total system scaffolds
- Calculation of loads
- Proper access and egress
- Rigging hardware and procedures
- Fork lift, scissor lift and zoom boom operation and inspection

Program Duration: 8 Week(s)

Program Pre-Requisites: Members applying for this program must have the following pre-requisites,

- Fall Protection
- Confined Space
- WHMIS
- Must be on EI, eligible for EI, or have received EI in last 3 years
- If not eligible under EI a member can pay their own tuition.

Tools Required: None

Form Work Construction

Course Format: Public Course / Instructor-Led / Open Enrollment  V

This is a comprehensive 6 week program that will enable members to be job ready placing them as an employee of preference. This program offers an extensive portfolio of practical hands-on experience and covers the following objectives,

- Layout footings
- Rebar placement, tie and cut
- Construct different types of independent footings
- Layout, erect, align and brace forms
- Pour, place and control concrete
- Strip, clean and maintain forms
- Concrete stair systems
- Form, pour and dismantles columns, piers, pilasters, finish slabs
- Cure and cut concrete
- Layout beams, wing walls
- Erect deck, job build and manufactured forms
- Layout bearing blocks
- Form, pour and dismantles columns, piers, pilasters
- Finish, cure and cut concrete

Program Duration: 6 Week(s)

Program Pre-Requisites: Members applying for this program must have the following pre-requisites,
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BAC Masonry College

Training Centre/Campus: Conception Bay South, Newfoundland, Canada
Phone No.: 709 834-4085

Entry-Level Bricklayer

Course Format: Public Course / Instructor-Led / Open Enrollment  V

In the First Year of the Bricklayer Program, students will complete eighteen of twenty-six courses required to complete their training and learn the essentials of the bricklayer trade.



FIRST YEAR

Occupational Health and Safety
WHMIS
Standard First Aid
Shop Fundamentals
Laying Brick to the Line
Laying Block to the Line
Mortar
Veneer Walls
Chimneys
Load and Non-Load Bearing Walls and Columns
Drawing and Sketching
Rigging
Introduction to Apprenticeship
Math Essentials
Bricklayer Math Fundamentals
Communication Essentials
Workplace Essentials
Computer Essentials

AFTER THE FIRST YEAR

Upon completion of the First-Year, students will enter the workforce, become registered as apprentices with the Department of Advanced Education &, Skills, and will be required to return to school occasionally for the completion of their... [Read More]

Entry-Level Concrete Finisher

Course Format: Public Course / Instructor-Led / Open Enrollment  V


In Block One of the Entry-Level Concrete Finisher Program, students will complete fifteen of twenty-two courses required to complete their training and learn the essentials of the Concrete Finisher Trade.

BLOCK ONE

WHMIS
Standard First Aid
Hand and Power Tools
Safety
Concrete
Concrete Placement
Concrete Finishing
Concrete Curing
Estimating and Plans
Introduction to Apprenticeship
Math Essentials
Concrete Finisher Math Fundamentals
Communication Essentials
Workplace Essentials
Computer Essentials

BLOCK TWO

Upon completion of Block One, students will enter the workforce, become registered as apprentices with the Department of Advanced Education &, Skills, and and will be required to return to school for the completion of Block Two.

Registed apprentices may be funded by Department of Advanced Education &, Skills (Institu... [Read More]


Best Western Village Park Inn

Training Centre/Campus: Calgary, AB, Canada
Phone No.: 001(888) 384 4863

Effective Construction Contracting Management Workshop

Course Format: Public Course / Instructor-Led / Open Enrollment  V

There is an increasing need to operate and control all construction contracts efficiently. An understanding of contract clauses for success will be taught.

The construction industry is a global, dynamic and innovative industry that is faced with safety challenges on a project by project and day to day basis. Excellence in Health and safety management is therefore a key requirement of construction industry professional practice.

An understanding of the contract clauses underlying projects is a widely publicized requirement for a successful project manager. Owners, consultants, and contractors are all affected.

Weakness in contract control generally stems from the absence of foolproof procedures and poor communication. This seminar aims to show how (a) how these deficiencies can be overcome, (b) the obligations of each participant in these activities, (c) how the disputes (practical and legal issues) related to construction contracts, both on pu... [Read More]


Toronto Airport West

Training Centre/Campus: Mississauga, ON, Canada
Phone No.: 001(888) 384 4863

Effective Construction Contracting Management Workshop

Course Format: Public Course / Instructor-Led / Open Enrollment  V

In this course you will learn how to interpret clauses, and analyze in the contracts, and get the project completed on time and within budget.

The construction industry is a global, dynamic and innovative industry that delivers buildings and infrastructure for all aspects of commercial and domestic activity. This dynamic and innovative industry is faced with safety challenges on a project by project and day to day basis. Excellence in Health and safety management is therefore a key requirement of construction industry professional practice.

There is an increasing awareness of the need to operate and control construction contracts (big or small) more efficiently, as promoters of such projects become more knowledgeable and demanding. An understanding of the contract clauses underlying the project is a widely publicized requirement for the successful project manager. Owners, consultants and contractors are all involved.

Weakness in contract contr... [Read More]


Global Innovative Main Campus

Training Centre/Campus: Edmonton, Alberta, Canada
Phone No.: 001(888) 384 4863

Project Scheduling Principles and Applications Workshop

Course Format: Public Course / Instructor-Led / Open Enrollment  V

Basic scheduling tools and techniques are presented, logic diagrams, precedence networks (PDM), and bar chart tools are outlined, various duration estimation methods are introduced, the Work Breakdown Structure (WBS) approach is adopted as the basis for scheduling, the Critical Path Method (CPM) and float calculations are demonstrated, resource estimation, allocation, and leveling methods are presented, schedule updating techniques, schedule compression methods, and the best-in practice project scheduling techniques to avoid and prepare delay claims are introduced, project control using the concept of earned value analysis (EVA) is explained.

The course will highlight some of the available commercial scheduling software applications. Many exercises and case studies will be demonstrated in class. The basic objective of the seminar is to combine scheduling fundamentals with practical application to enable the participants to plan and control their projects effectiv... [Read More]

An Earned Value Management Approach to Project Cost Estimating and Control Workshop

Course Format: Public Course / Instructor-Led / Open Enrollment  V

The purpose of this course is to present essential practices of project estimating and control, applying proven cost estimation techniques.

Offered Live In-Class and via Webinar.

The course is taught on the basis of &,quot,case method&,quot, comprised of lectures and group question and answer periods.

Objective:
To familiarize participants with the various aspects of estimating, budgeting and project cost control techniques - from the initial feasibility to projects completion stages - that will ensure projects success.

Target Audience:
This seminar is relevant to all personnel of organizations active in procuring or delivering construction services, including private and public owners, consultants and contractors, financial institutions, bonding and insurance companies. It will be of particular benefit to all engineers, architects, construction managers, project managers, and other professionals who want to have a b... [Read More]


University of the Fraser Valley Continuing Studies

Training Centres/Campuses: Abbotsford, Chilliwack, British Columbia, Canada
Phone No.: 604-851-6324

Construction Safety Officer (Certificate)

Course Format: Public Course / Instructor-Led / Open Enrollment  V

Prerequisite: Must be 19 years old, knowledge of English language to a level of successfully completing the course readings and assignments, one year of relevant construction experience with a letter verifying this experience from an employer and physical fitness verified through a medical exam or Statement of Fitness (WorkSafe BC).

This practical Hands-on course is intended for experienced construction workers with in interest in safety management. Students will examine hazards, applicable regulations, and safe work procedures relating to construction activities. Course activities will include case studies, simulations, guest presentations, reading and written work. Students will work individually and in groups. The course follows the ASTTBC’S requirements to achieve the level of a Construction Safety Officer (CSO). A CSO is a person who understands regulatory requirements and how they apply to a work site so that workers, members of the public and the environment... [Read More]

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