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Millwrights install, maintain, dismantle and overhaul machinery, such as heavy mechanical equipment, conveyor systems, pulleys, mechanical clutches, gear boxes, hydraulic and pneumatic control systems. These operation systems are found in a variety of workplace settings, such as repair shops, manufacturing plants, construction sites, mines, logging operations and production plants.
The Millwright: Citation (Foundation) is a 24 week program that prepares students for employment as an Industrial Mechanic (Millwright) apprentice. Students will develop the necessary skills and knowledge to work safely and effectively. Graduates from the citation acquire credit for the first level of technical training. Students are provided ongoing opportunities to apply the practical skills taught throughout the program in hand, power and machine tool use, and perform various shop projects in stationary industrial machinery and mechanical equipment maintenance, troubleshooting, overhauling and installation.
Join us at the upcoming information session to learn how to join this program and receive an apprenticeship.
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