Parts Technician Apprenticeship
If you like staying organized, developing expertise, working with people and participating in your customers’ successes, the Parts Technician Apprenticeship could be the perfect fit for your future. In the Parts Technician Apprenticeship program, you’ll gain the knowledge of parts for the automotive sector, hardware supplies, machinery divisions and more.
Over three years, you’ll attend class just one day a week, in the afternoon and evening. This class is currently offered in a hy-flex model. On the job, you’ll get hands-on, quality training, developing expertise in identifying and cataloguing parts, preparing statements and submitting bills – earning a paycheque while you do so. In the classroom, we’ll train you in the subjects that’ll advance your career like human relations and material identification.
Find the career fit for you in the Parts Technician – WATS program. Apply today!
- Successful completion of English 10-2 and Math 10-3, or a pass mark in all Canadian General Educational Development (GED) tests, or entrance exam.
- English 30-2, Math 30-3, Physics 20 or Chemistry 20 or Science 20 and related career and technology studies recommended.
Please note: You must be a registered apprentice to apply for this program. Information on how to become a registered apprentice is available on the Alberta Government's website.
Additional information on apprenticeship and industry training is available on Alberta's Tradesecrets website.
You can apply for apprenticeship and industry training through MyTradesecrets.
Alberta Apprenticeship and Industry Training Board
Provincial Building, Room 280
200 - 5th Avenue South
Lethbridge AB T1J 4C7
Outside of North America: 1-403-476-9757
Ask about the Alberta Apprenticeship Scholarship Program. You might discover you’re eligible for a financial award!
Weekly Apprenticeship Training System (WATS) programs involve one day of training at Lethbridge College per week throughout the length of the program. The hyflex design provides flexible attendance requirements, you can attend on-line or in person, which ever suits you best.
- Material identification and calculations
- Engines and related systems
- Material handling and storage
- Design and planning
- Human relations and industry network
- Electrical, autobody, agriculture and mobile industrial equipment
View the full course outline for the Parts Technician – WATS Apprenticeship.
When you finish your apprenticeship training, you’ll be an expert in parts management. You’ll find employment in wholesale groups, retail businesses and warehouse distributors in positions such as:
- Receiving Clerk
- Parts Clerk
- Parts Department Manager
- Sales Representative
- Store Manager
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