Algonquin College

MHUB - January 1, 2015
Province/State ON
City: Ottawa
Province/State: Ontario
College Website:
Mechanic Programs: Truck & Coach

Heavy Truck Program Summary:
This apprenticeship certificate program completes the in-school requirements for the truck and coach technician apprenticeship, as determined by the Ministry of Training, Colleges and Universities; Employment Ontario. Apprentices who have completed the Commercial Vehicle Common Core level and are working in the truck and coach repair industry continue their education with this program.

The in-school portion of this apprenticeship program consists of three 8-week levels. During each level, students are offered instruction in subjects such as trade practices and auxiliary systems; engine systems; electrical systems; fuel systems; drive trains; and steering, suspension, and brake systems.

Program Contact Details:
Phone: 613.727.0002
Toll Free: 1.800.565.GRAD
Fax: 613-727-7767
Email: [email protected]

Algonquin College is an English language, post-secondary institution serving Canada's multicultural and bilingual national capital region. The College's mission is "to provide high quality, career oriented education and training, which respond to the needs of learners to the community and to society."

Internationally, the College has several partnerships with institutions in other countries to transfer expertise through technical assistance and training programs.

Areas of Expertise:
As technology continues to play an important role in today's job market, we at Algonquin integrated technology into all aspects of our operations. Algonquin continues to be one of Ontario's leading institutions of advanced technology.

We continue to provide programs that are consistent with today's industries, along with Bachelor Degrees in Applied Studies, Collaborative Degrees, and Articulation Agreements.