Millwrights install, service, diagnose and repair stationary machinery and heavy equipment used in many industries. They work on a range of equipment such as pumps, compressors, turbines and mining equipment using a combination of hand and power tools, including welding equipment. They can develop skills in areas such as hydraulics, electronics and other specializations.
Includes technical training, on-the-job training and exam. Journeyperson awarded after successful completion. As an
apprentice, you also earn while you learn.
(technical training and on the job)
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You have an interest in operating machinery
You have a keen eye for detail.
You like precision work.
Nearly every industry requires millwrights, including manufacturing, energy, automotive, transportation, refinery, food processing and pharmaceutical, as examples.
Electricians design, plan, install, repair and maintain electrical systems in homes, commercial buildings, industrial complexes and retail buildings. There's also growing demand for specialized work with controls, fibre optics and communication and computer networks.