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Old 05-27-2004, 05:26 PM
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Talking Heavy Equipment Apprenticeship Jobs in B.C?

Justing wanting to know if anyone knows anyone that is looking for a apprentice??

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Depending on where you did your "pre-app" Brandt Tractor is sometimes looking for apprentices.

Did you take a pre-app and where did you attend?
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I'm second level, i took 2 years of Heavy Equipment Mechanic through Cambrian College in Sudbury,Ontario. You gain to 2nd level if u signed up for this stupid skytech thing. Which i did.

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You did a pre-app in Ontario? I'm not sure, but I don't think your apprenticeship will be transferable to BC. Most likely you'll have to take an exam, and have an interview with a counsellor. The exam score and the interview can put you in 2nd year, but worst case scenario is you may have to start over in 1st year. To prevent "starting over," I would recommend staying in Ontario until you get your IP, then come out here.

Have you got any "real" world experience, or do you get second year automatically after a pre-app?
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Those schlumberger truck drivers are very ignorant! No respect to others on the road.

i guess that doesnt really help yoour situation...i had to say it though.
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