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The Using Construction Tools micro-credential program will provide students with the opportunity to learn basic skills in using hand and power tools, and then apply those skills while learning to build or install basic elements commonly associated with construction projects.
Upon completion of the program, students will be prepared to safely choose and use the appropriate hand or power tools on a jobsite.
Note: All courses are offered on the weekend.
Students are required to read and acknowledge Covid-19 training materials prior to their first class.
A digital badge will be awarded upon successful completion of this Micro-credential. After successful completion of all courses in the Program of Study you must notify us via email at email@example.com. Once verified, a digital badge will be issued to you.
Program Of Study
Students are required to print or save a copy of the Program of Study when beginning the program. This document contains critical details about program progression and graduation requirements specific to the academic year in which your program was started.
Click to access the Program of Study for the current academic year.
Students who began this program prior to the current academic year may contact the Centre for Professional and Part-Time Learning office at firstname.lastname@example.org or 905-721-3052 to obtain your Program of Study and graduation requirements.
Upon completion of this program, students will be equipped to:
Potential career and industry options may include:
Program Related Questions? Call 905.721.3052
If you are interested in applying for financial aid, please visit the Centre for Professional and Part-Time Learning OSAP Eligibility webpage.
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