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Duration

28 weeks

Tuition

$3,945

  Sudbury

Sep 6-Mar 17

Commitment

Full-Time

Delivery

Classroom

Credential

Certificate

Year Founded

1967

Scholarships

yes

In just 28 weeks, you will gain the skills necessary to enter the construction and renovation sector. You will develop practical construction skills through hands-on activities while also gaining a basic understanding of how to plan, estimate, manage, and deliver a typical renovation project.  You will also learn to identify hazardous practices and adhere to safety standards on the job site, emphasizing personal safety and safe environmental practices at all times.

Courses cover many aspects of carpentry and renovation projects, including planning, estimating, building codes, framing, welding, and more. Safe working practices are emphasized throughout the entire program in all courses.

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Student Reviews (1)

Cambrian College

Electrical engineering

Anonymous

Sudbury • January 19, 2022

Graduated From

Heavy Equipment Technician (Optional Co-Op)

Overall:

4 out of 5

Instructors:

4 stars

Curriculum:

4 stars

Job Assistance:

4 stars

I studied electrical engineering technology at Cambrian, where I got good teachers with theoretical knowledge and practical training. The facilities were awesome as well, with tons of labs available for all sorts of programs.

Classes were decen...

I studied electrical engineering technology at Cambrian, where I got good teachers with theoretical knowledge and practical training. The facilities were awesome as well, with tons of labs available for all sorts of programs.

Classes were decently small, with around 40 people per class.

Tons of events on campus as well, new students get to meet tons of new people and attend a variety of events and games. The teachers show up sometimes too, which is a laugh for everyone else there.

Speaking of those teachers, they were all great for the most part. It’s clear they have experience in their fields. They put a lot of weight on practical learning, which i prefer, and always encouraged us to participate in class.

Even the campus housing was good. It was easy to make new friends as a first year student, and as a newcomer to Canada this was important to me.

Overall, if you’re thinking about attending Cambrian for electrical engineering, if you put in the effort, you will have a great experience.

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