How to become a female apprentice electrician in Canada. Learn what’s involved to become a women electrician.Read More
Grants and Tax Credits for Apprentice Electricians in Canada. Covers the Apprenticeship Incentive Grant (AIG), and Grants for Women (AIG-W), Apprenticeship Completion Grant (ACG), and additional grants and tax credits for electricians.Read More
To become a certified Electrician, you must complete an apprenticeship of 4 years. Apprentice Electricians must obtain a certain number of work hours to complete all requirements to become an Electrician.Read More
It’s VERY important you are aware of the rules before drilling into structural support beam. The best advice is to get written approval from your jobsite’s structural engineer.Read More
An apprentice loop is when you pull a wire, and it somehow gets looped around a stud or ceiling joist, making the wire stick out of the wall, but somehow the wire went back into the wall or ceiling, continued it’s normal route, and was maybe even tied into an electrical box! Even Journeymen make this mistake.. don’t let them fool you!Read More
Riley was a residential/commercial electrician for 10 years in Canada.. He also likes to make beats..