Welcome

We have moved to Davis Campus and are settling into our new, state-of-the-art building. Come and see us at the Skilled Trades Centre, 'A' wing.

Sheridan’s skilled trades programs provide students with practical skills and theoretical knowledge in industrial and or construction trade sectors. Learning in well-equipped, state-of-the-art labs and workshops provide students the opportunity to apply theory with real, hands-on projects, making them better prepared to enter today’s fast-paced work force.

Upon graduation students will have learned in industry-standard workshops, mastering the skills of their chosen profession. Grads leave Sheridan ready and able to to begin an apprenticeship.

Highlights

Skilled Trades & Apprenticeships Programs are now at the Davis campus

Thanks to a tremendous effort of many individuals, STC is now relocated and settling into its new building at the Davis campus. Thank you to all of the teams at student services, facilities management, ancillary services, and IT for the tireless work involved in completing this highly complex move. Special thanks to Mike Reid and Marya Gray for being STC's move coordinators

Below please find the new admin office locations within the STC building at Davis:

School of Skilled Trades and Apprenticeships administration office: A203
School-College Work Initiative (Dual Credit) administration office: A227

Congratulations to the hardworking teams behind this milestone! To learn more about the building, please visit stc-davis.sheridancollege.ca

Women in the Trades

Diversity in the workforce is critical in all sectors. Ontario Construction Report's September 5th article on Ontario women in construction exemplifies how women are bringing diversity and strength to the Skilled Trades.

Skills Ontario Competition 2017

Congratulations to all Sheridan participants at the 2017 Skills Ontario competition last week. You not only represented Sheridan, you raised the bar for what can be accomplished.

Congratulations to all our participants and award winners and good luck in the next stage of the Skills Competitions.

Scholarship to support women in skilled trades

The Brampton Guardian and Mississauga News recently reported on an important initiative supporting women in skilled trades. Unifor, Coca-Cola and Sheridan College have united in supporting female students in the skilled trades or post-graduate manufacturing management programs with a $30,000 scholarship.

Administrators

Dave Wackerlin
Associate Dean
dave.wackerlin@sheridancollege.ca
Ext. 5062
Room: A203, STC at Davis

Carrie Green
Academic Portfolio Administrator
carrie.green@sheridancollege.ca
Ext. 5057
Room: A203, STC at Davis

Marya Gray
Program Support Specialist
marya.gray@sheridancollege.ca
Ext. 8011
Room: A203, STC at Davis

Coordinators

Craig Brazil
Coordinator – Industrial Mechanic Millwright Program
craig.brazil@sheridancollege.ca
Ext. 8063
Room A203, STC at Davis

Steve Summers
Coordinator – Welding Program
steven.summers@sheridancollege.ca
Ext. 8077
Room A203, STC at Davis

Brett Clapham
Coordinator - Mechanical Techniques-Plumbing
brett.clapham@sheridancollege.ca
Ext. 8051
Room A203, STC at Davis

Craig Brazil
Coordinator – Precision Machining Programs
craig.brazil@sheridancollege.ca
Ext. 8079
Room A203, STC at Davis

Dan Hammond
Coordinator – Electrical Programs
Ext. 8161
dan.hammond@sheridancollege.ca
Room A203, STC at Davis

Nancy Potter
Coordinator – Mathematics-Skilled Trades Programs
Ext. 8023
nancy.potter@sheridancollege.ca
Room A203, STC at Davis