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Program description - September 2022
This skills-based program offers a unique opportunity for you to prepare for all facets of the Powerline Technician occupation. Graduates of this program have experienced strong rates of co-op securement and graduate employment. Practical skills are developed during multiple hands-on, full-length work days in our dedicated, on-site training yard. Students benefit from daily use and training on our extensive fleet of industry-standard vehicles and work equipment. Students will learn the skills required for the construction, maintenance and repair of overhead and underground power-distribution systems through significant hands-on practical skills development and classroom learning. Students may have the opportunity to complete the initial level(s) of apprenticeship trade schooling and become provincially registered as a Powerline Technician Apprentice (434A). Also, students will have the opportunity to take additional industry-specific courses. Two optional co-op terms are incorporated into this unique program. Co-op work term experience may be counted towards the on-the-job apprenticeship hours. This program reflects industry's strong emphasis on safety. Requisite Occupational Health & Safety courses introduce students to regulatory knowledge and industry-safe work procedures and practices.Electrical Utilities from across the province support the program by providing donations, guest instruction, and co-op opportunities. Their extensive participation helps ensure our students develop skills to meet industry's latest innovations.For more information, please contact our Student Recruitment staff at firstname.lastname@example.org.
- This is a highly competitive program. Apply by February 1 (for September). Please read the Oversubscribed Programs information on our Admission Information web page.
- Students living outside of Ontario are not eligible to apply.
Tuition & fees
Canadian fee details (non co-op option)
|Description||Fall 2021||Winter 2022|
|Full-time Program Tuition||$1348.00||$1348.00|
|CSI Health Plan Fee||$300.00||-|
|CSI Association Fee 2||$32.50||$32.50|
|CSI Legal Protection||$30.00||-|
|Graduation/Alumni Services Fee||$27.50||$27.50|
|ONE Card Fee||$10.00||$10.00|
|Technology Enhancement Fee||$137.50||$137.50|
|CSI - Student Frosh Kit Fee (optional)||$65.00||-|
|CSI Event Fee and Campus Life (optional)||$30.00||$30.00|
|CSI Student Clubs and Societies (optional)||$4.00||$4.00|
|Sustainability Fee (optional)||$5.00||$5.00|
Returning student tuition & fees
International fee details (non co-op option)
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Awards & scholarships
Student Financial Services awarded more than 400 awards, scholarships and bursaries last year.
- Co-op programs add value to your education. Earn money while you apply what you've learned in a real workplace environment. Visit Co-operative education for more information.
- The College cannot guarantee co-op employment. All co-op students are required to conduct an independent co-op job search in addition to the supports and services provided by the Department of Co-op Education.
- Students are responsible for their own transportation and associated costs in order to complete work term requirements. Work locations may not always be readily accessible by public transportation.
Applying to the co-op stream
- All applicants apply to the non co-op program. Students will be informed of the application deadline and process to apply for the Co-op Stream. Labour market conditions determine the number of co-op seats in optional co-op programs. Not every student who meets academic eligibility requirements will be admitted to the co-op stream.
- To be considered for admission to the co-op stream, students are required to achieve a minimum 70% session weighted average, in Level 1 with no dropped or failed courses.
- International students studying outside of Canada - ‘out of country’ - cannot apply to the co-op stream of their program. Students must be in Canada to apply to the co-op stream of their program. Students are currently experiencing longer than usual wait times for work permits. Work permit applications need to be completed more than 6 months in advance of a work term. International students studying in Canada will require work permits to utilize the co-op job board for job search and to accept employment. Please be advised that there will be no co-op program service fee refunds after the program withdrawal for refund date. Students that have not received their work permit and choose to remain in co-op after the program withdrawal for refund date do so at their own risk and will not be refunded. If you are concerned about receiving your work permit in time to achieve co-op employment, please discuss your situation with your co-op advisor as early as possible.
Delivery sequence - September 2022 - Ingersoll Skills Training Centre
This delivery sequence is for the non co-op option.
This delivery sequence is for the co-op option.