Electric Motor System Technician - Apprenticeship and Occupational Certification
Apprenticeship is a long-standing part of the training and education system in New Brunswick. It is a structured training program that requires the committed participation of three partners: the apprentice, the employer and the government represented by Apprenticeship and Occupational Certification.
This apprenticeship training program is designed to provide you with the skills and knowledge required to become qualified as an Electric Motor System Technician.
To register as an apprentice, you must have successfully completed and possess a Grade 12 diploma or an Adult High School diploma or a GED or a Diploma of Apprenticeship in another occupation, and be employed in the occupation with an employer who is willing to enter into an apprenticeship agreement with you.
In this program, you will receive a combination of on the job training and related classroom training, designed to produce fully qualified persons of journeyperson status in the Electrical Rewind Mechanic occupation. Under the direction of an employer and qualified instructors, you will become fully familiar with the materials, tools, principles and skills required in the Electric Motor System Technician occupation.
During your training, specific tasks will include:
- the repairing and rewinding of motors, generators and related electrical apparatus;
- the disassembling and identifying of parts, the making of sketches and the preparing of quality assurance or inspection reports;
- the examining of bearings, shafts and housings for wear and defects and the repairing or replacing of defective items;
- the resurfacing and undercutting of commutators and rings;
- the removing of faulty windings and the recording and verifying of winding data;
- the selecting of material and the winding of coils;
- the installation, connecting and treatment of coils;
- the reassembling, testing, and balancing of electrical rotating equipment;
- the installation, aligning and field testing of electrical rotating equipment;
- the installation and maintenance of controls and protective devices related to electrical rotating equipment;
- the conducting of vibration analysis tests on electrical rotating equipment; and
- the repairing and testing of electric welders and transformers.
This training program requires a minimum of 7200 hours of employment and training.
A New Brunswick Diploma of Apprenticeship and a Certificate of Qualification are awarded upon successful completion of 7200 hours of on the job and technical training and the final examination. In most instances, an Interprovincial Red Seal will be affixed to these documents.
A person who has gained the equivalent of 9000 hours of practical experience in the Electric Motor System Technician occupation may apply to challenge the certification examination. Successful candidates will receive a New Brunswick Certificate of Qualification. In most instances, an Interprovincial Red Seal will be affixed to the document.
Persons successfully completing this training service may be employed with power generating stations, pulp and paper mills, and mines.
|Fee Description||Rate in $||Effective Date|
|Interprovincial Standards Examination||100.00||2012-07-31|
|Certificate of Qualification Examination||2012-07-31|
|Certificate of Qualification based on "out-of-province journeyperson status"||150.00||2012-07-31|
|Replacement of Certification Documents||15.00||2012-07-31|
|Tuition Fees - Technical Training weekly rate||60.00||2012-07-31|
|Certificate of Qualification Challenger Assessment Fee||100.00||2012-07-31|
|Prior Learning Assessment||100.00||2012-07-31|
|Apprenticeship Registration Fee||25.00||2012-07-31|
|Replacement of Photo Identification Card||20.00||2012-07-31|
|Replacement of Progress Record Book||25.00||2012-07-31|
|Assessment of Foreign Credentials||100.00||2012-07-31|