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Health & Safety
and Continuing
Education Courses

Basic Occupational Health & Safety Awareness

This course meets the requirements of Ontario Regulation 297/13 made under the Occupational Health and Safety Act requiring any worker (new or existing) to have proof of completing a basic occupational health and safety awareness course.  This 4 ...

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Blueprint Reading 1

This course covers the basics of blueprint reading. There will be a review of drawing techniques (e.g., isometric, orthographic drafting), the associated alphabet of lines and symbols, and scaling.  Different views associated with drawings (e.g., ...

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Certificate of Qualification (C of Q) - General Carpenter Red Seal Exam Preparation

This course consists of a comprehensive review of all areas of General Carpentry in order to prepare students to challenge the Red Seal exam.  Students will also be coached in exam time management skills, developing effective study habits, and ...

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Concrete Formwork

Students will receive instruction on the layout, fabrication and setting of various types of concrete formwork.  In-class theory will include: carpentry math, basic geometric layout (3-4-5), and industry best practices.  In-shop practical projects ...

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Confined Spaces

This is an awareness course for recognizing and working in confined spaces.  This course reviews the legislative requirements when working in a confined space, hazard awareness, and the procedures for working in a confined space environment.  ...

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First Aid & CPR

Students will learn to administer First Aid and adult CPR in accordance with Toronto EMS requirements.  A record of training card will be issued upon successful completion of the course.   This course and all ...

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Layout

Students are introduced to basic geometric layout and the math required in layout before being taught how to use a Builder's Level, Digital Theodolite, and Builder's Transit Level.   This course and all ...

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Powered Elevated Work Platforms (PEWPs)

This course focuses on the safe operation of both scissor and boom type elevating work platforms.  In class instruction reviews the operator's responsibilities under the Occupational Health & Safety Act, proper inspection, maintenance ...

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Rigging & Signaling

Rigging is an essential component in the construction industry, as every day we move equipment and materials on job sites. The objective of this course is to provide the student with the theory and hands-on practice to rig safely and productively. ...

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SketchUp Pro - Intro to BIM (Building Information Modeling)

SketchUp Pro is a fun, simple and easy way to learn how to create 3D drawings.  SketchUp Pro is used to ensure accuracy when collaborating and communicating with various trades on the jobsite.  SketchUp Pro is one of many 3D computer aided drawing ...

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WHMIS/GHS

This course will review the workers' rights regarding health and safety matters: the right to know, the right to participate, and the right to refuse, as well as the history of WHMIS/GHS legislation, labels, Material Safety Data Sheets, routes of ...

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WHMIS/GHS Refresher

This course will review the WHMIS/GHS in Construction course.  A record of training card will be issued on successful completion of the course.   This course and all associated written learning materials and ...

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Working at Heights

This program addresses the legislative requirements relating to fall protection including; fall hazard awareness; safe use of ladders and scaffolds; Power Elevated Work Platforms; inspection of fall protection equipment; and the proper use of fall ...

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Working at Heights Refresher

You must have completed a full Working at Heights course within the last 3 years, in order to be eligible to take this refresher course. At the start of the class Students will be required to fill out a ...

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