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Skilled Trades Training Programs

Sheridan's Skilled Trades programs provide students with extensive practical skills and theoretical knowledge in industrial and/or construction trades. State-of-the-art labs give you hands-on experience in real-life projects, and equip you to enter today’s fast-paced workforce.

Skilled Trades programs at Sheridan

Electrical Engineering Technician

Electrical Techniques

Mechanical Technician – Tool Making

Mechanical Techniques – Tool and Die Maker

Mechanical Techniques – Plumbing

Plumbing Technician

Welding and Fabrication Technician/Welding Techniques

Where to start?

Sheridan's Technology Fundamentals Program, although not an apprenticeship program, is ideal for you if you're interested in science and technology, but aren't sure which specific area is a fit for your future academic and career goals, or if you don't meet the entrance requirements for technology diploma programs.

The program focuses on four cluster areas – chemical, mechanical, information technology and trades – with intensive use of experiments, projects, demonstrations and field trips.

Successful completion of this program will prepare you for the challenges of technology or trades programs. Several of these college courses are transferable to technology diploma programs at Sheridan and may be accepted at other colleges as well.