July 17, 2020 - Keyano Apprenticeship Technical Training Fall 2020

Keyano College is excited to resume Apprenticeship training this coming fall. To ensure a safe return to technical training, Keyano will be holding apprenticeship programs in a blended format to provide a safe and sustainable learning environment. The following information is to provide further information on Keyano’s work to resume apprenticeship technical training this academic year.

Program Delivery
Currently, the apprenticeship technical training at Keyano is planned to be offered in a blended model to allow for social distancing and so precautions are adhered to as advised by Alberta’s Chief Medical Officer of Health.

As a result of the Covid-19 pandemic, the Fall 2020 blended model of delivery will allow for apprentices to learn theory online and take part in shop/lab objectives in person, on Campus.  In an effort to reduce risk and ensure health and safety protocols, theory component of Keyano’s technical training programs have been transitioned to an online format. As we resume training, apprentices are only permitted to access campus as scheduled, to complete the lab/shop objectives of their technical training program.

The synchronous (real-time) online portions of the training will be scheduled and communicated to apprentices through their program orientation packages.

Additional Information

Please visit Trades Alberta website for additional funding information for Apprentices.

Due to the uncertainty caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, AIT is only opening registration for fall for all technical training institutions in Alberta. 

For Bookstore inquiries and purchasing ILMs, please email the bookstore

Keyano will be announcing Winter 2021 program dates as soon as we are able.

Please refer back to this page for upcoming new and updates for Fall 2020. As well, please email the Office of the Registrar for additional inquiries.

We have three different programs available for those interested in becoming an electrician at Keyano College.

Electrician - Apprenticeship

Take the four-year Electrician - Apprenticeship program to acquire on-the-job training and technical skills needed to be successful in an electrician's role and have a thorough understanding of electrical theory and its application to lighting, power and control equipment.

You must be an eligible indentured apprentice in order to register.

Electrician - Master

Take the 75-hour Electrician - Master course to prepare you for your masters certification. This course is intended for students and journeyperson electricians who are preparing to write their Masters Electrician exam and have completed three years' experience as a journeyperson. The in-class course also includes several modules you must complete before taking the exam.

Electrician - Pre-Employment

The 12-week Electrician - Pre-Employment program equips you with the proper skill set to succeed when getting an entry level position in your career as an electrician.

Pre-employment programs provide you with a solid academic foundation to build upon in your career. You will review material in science, mathematics, report writing, employability skills, and learn technical training.