Millwright Foundations


Overview     

Millwrights install, repair, overhaul and maintain machinery and heavy mechanical equipment, such as conveyor systems in diverse settings including repair shops, plants, construction sites, mines, logging operations, ski hills and most production and manufacturing facilities. Millwright is designated as Industrial Mechanic (Millwright) under the Inter-provincial Red Seal program. Millwrights also perform routine maintenance activities, such as cleaning and lubricating equipment, adjusting valves and seals, and investigating breakdowns. This program follows the ITA program outline: http://www.itabc.ca/program/industrial-mechanic-millwright and is 24 weeks in length. 

Program Outline

Courses

LINE #

COURSE NAME

HMILLF 11010
A
Perform Safety-Related Functions

HMILLF 11020
B
Use Tools and Equipment

HMILLF 11030
C
Perform Routine Trade Activities

HMILLF 11040
D
Use Communication and Mentoring Techniques

HMILLF 11050
E
Perform Measuring and Layout of Work Piece

HMILLF 11060
F
Perform Cutting and Welding Operations

HMILLF 11070
G
Perform Rigging, Hoisting/Lifting and Moving


Career Opportunities     

Upon successful completion for the Harmonized Millwright Foundations program students will be able to safely enter into the Millwright field and demonstrate safety work practices, use basic hand skills and understand the basic principles needed begin their apprenticeship in the Millwright trade. This program meets the Industry Training Authority (ITA) Millwright Level 1 requirements. Students will demonstrate positive workplace attitudes and effective communications skills.

Admission Requirements   

  • Grade 12 Graduation OR *Mature Student AND
  • English 10 or Equivalent AND
  • Apprenticeship Workplace Math 10 or Higher
    OR 
  • Successful completion of a CAT Assessment Test AND
  • Physics 11 AND/OR Pre-Calc 11 Recommended

*Adult Learners attending programs offered at High School Settings must submit a CRC 

Unless otherwise noted, Permission of Instructor may be used to accept a student into a course(s) when the student does not meet course prerequisites and/or does not attain the required threshold on entry assessments. See the Admission and Registration section for details on this policy.

Learners should be aware that many employers require Grade 12 completion.

Dates and Locations     

Location 
Start 
End 
Prince Rupert
January 2, 2019
June 14, 2019