School of Trades Campus

This campus only provides Trades programs.

Welcome to the Sprott Shaw School of Trades Campus! The Trades Campus is easily accessible by transit as students can take local bus routes from several SkyTrain stations and also features free student parking.

Our Trades Program provides students with ITA-BC approved training to become certified Construction Electrician Apprentices. Our Electrical Foundations program is ideal for entry-level electrical training – where no ITA sponsorship is required and includes a 25-week practicum. Our Construction Electrician program combines theoretical content with practical hands-on lab experience using industry-standard equipment.

To reach the Trades campus directly, please call 778.800.2719. For information on directions, parking and transit information for Sprott Shaw students, please click here.

Sprott Shaw acknowledges the traditional ancestral unceded shared territory of the Coast Salish Nations of Musqueam, Tsleil-Waututh and Squamish, on whose lands we live and work.

School of Trades Designation Certificate

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Companies Hiring Grads

Houle Electric
Berts Electric
Status Electrical Automation Systems
Chambers Electrical Corp.
Bridge Electric Corp.
Consolidated Electrical Installations Ltd.
DJ Electrical Services
Allwest Electrical Ltd.
sprott shaw school of trades student working on project
sprott shaw school of trades student working on project
sprott shaw school of trades student working on project
sprott shaw college school of trades campus students
sprott shaw college school of trades campus students
sprott shaw college school of trades campus students

Meet our School of Trades Instructors

Ryan B – Electrical

Upon completing journeyman training and gaining my Red Seal (interprovincial) status, I joined the board of directors of the former Renewable Energy Society and focused on teaching going “off-grid” and energy efficiency. As an instructor, I look towards forming the new generation of tradesmen by applying the Canadian Electrical Code rules and demonstrating proper installation and maintenance techniques.

Kevin M – Electrical

As my father was an electrician, I became inspired and signed up as an apprentice in 1994. I started my official career in custom homes and moved on to small commercial projects, high-rise condos, and large commercial projects before moving into teaching. I am a Red Seal electrician, foreman, lead hand, and business partner – and now since 2017, a Sprott Shaw instructor too.

Ken M – Electrical

In 1990, I became an apprentice, wiring hotels from start to finish. After I earned my Red Seal, I specialized in essential life support systems and wiring for apartment buildings and seniors’ homes, including all essential life support systems. After back surgery, I turned my attention to teaching and have been teaching electrical foundation for Sprott Shaw since.

Vili D – Electrical

I have been a certified journeyman/foreman electrician for over 20 years on more than 50 new home construction projects as well as dozens of other major commercial/industrial projects including new construction, retrofits, remodels, and plant expansions. After work, I turned to education. I earned my Bachelor of Education and have been an electrical trades instructor for over 5 years, with experience teaching levels 1 through 4.

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