Start learning from home today with online classes!
We know it’s a challenging time, but you don’t have to put your life on hold. At Sprott Shaw, new and incoming students can register through our online admissions process and start learning online with many of our programs. Through remote “face-to-face” instructor-led classes, students can experience interactive learning in the comfort and safety of their own homes. Contact us to learn more.
The Interprovincial Electrical Refresher Program prepares students to write the Interprovincial Qualification Exam to obtain their Red Seal Qualification. The Red Seal qualification follows national standards, including in-school and employment-based training. Successful completion of an Accredited Industry Training Program will result in a Certificate of Qualification with an Interprovincial Red Seal endorsement. Tradespeople are able to obtain a Red Seal endorsement on their provincial/territorial certificate (TQ) by successfully completing an Interprovincial examination.
Use essential skills in troubleshooting and computers
Use safe work practices
Use tools and equipment
Apply circuit concepts
Use test equipment
Read and interpret drawings and manuals
Apply the Canadian Electrical Code (CEC) regulations, and standards
Install low voltage distributions systems
Install control devices
Install, analyze and troubleshoot motor controls
Total Program Hours:
Full-Time Program Length:
(Includes holidays and professional days) Program content is subject to change.
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“Sprott Shaw was amazing with being flexible in terms of start date and class hours. The afternoon worked for me so they were willing to send me to a different campus if I needed a different schedule for a certain class so it’s a really personalized experience.”
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