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East Coast Trades College:  

is pleased to currently offer

32 Week Pre-employment (TRADES) Programs, with up to 27 weeks, 3 days per week of Real Life Hands On-Experience

Right Out In Industry!

Personal Support Worker 16 weeks in class, next 24 weeks 2 days class, 3 days Real life hands-on experience.

Human Services Counselor 25 weeks in class, next 19 weeks 2 days class, 3 days Real life hands-on experience.

*Please note all information listed below is subject to change

We now offer a 40 Week Personal Support Worker Program beginning in late November 22, 2021!  Apply Today!

We now offer a 44 Week Human Services Counselor Program beginning in January 2022!

Seats still available in many programs.


Fall (September 2022-2023) start date for all programs listed below:

Winter (Jan 2022-Oct 2022) Human Services Program


Machinist Pre-employment

  • Safety
  • Hoisting, Lifting & Rigging
  • Basic Drawing
  • Precision Measurement I
  • Hand & Power Tools
  • Hand Threading

  • Basic Layout
  • Fluids and Coolants
  • Drills and Drill Presses
  • Introduction to Grinding Machines

  • Introduction to Conventional Lathes
  • Basic Conventional Lathe Operation

  • Conventional Lathe Drilling, Boring, Reaming, Tapping and Die Threading
  • Introduction to Milling Machines

Personal Support Worker

40 Week Program

  • Anatomy and Physiology
  • Ethical and Legal Framework in Healthcare
  • Body Mechanic
  • Introduction to Gerontology and Geriatrics
  • Nutrition
  • Mental Health and Psychiatry
  • Communication
  • Palliative Care
  • Health Care in Canada
  • Pathophysiology
  • Overall Development of Adolescent and Adults
  • Observation Methods
  • Intervention with Families
  • Recovery-based Care
  • General Psychology
  • Learning Disabilities
  • Deficiencies and Different Approaches
  • Care Procedures I-Theoretical Concepts
  • Care Procedures I - Laboratory
  • Care Procedures II - Theoretical Concepts
  • Introduction to Community Care
  • Addiction Disorders
  • Introduction to Health and Community Services
  • Introduction to Intervention for People with Special Needs
  • Rehabilitative Care
  • Clinical Practicums

Agriculture Equipment Technician Pre-employement

  • Safety
  • Tools & Equipment
  • Hoisting & Lifting
  • Communication & Documentation
  • Preventative Maintenance
  • Start, Move & Park Vehicle
  • Fasteners, Tubings, Hoses & Fittings

  • Lubrication & Fluids Servicing
  • Gaskets, seals & sealing components
  • Bearings
  • Metallurgy
  • Cutting & Heating
  • MIG Welding
  • Tires, Rims & Wheels

  • Engine Principles
  • Cooling Systems
  • Engine Lubrication Systems
  • Electrical & Electronic Principles
  • Batteries
  • Conventional Light Circuits
  • Wiring Harnesses & Accessories

  • Introduction to Hydraulics
  • Hydraulic Fittings, Piping, Tubing & Hoses
  • Reservoirs, Coolers & Filters
  • Vehicle Hydraulic Brake Systems
  • Basic Air Brake Systems
  • Ozone Depletion Substances

Automotive Service Technician Pre-employment

  • Safety
  • Tools & Equipment
  • Fasteners, Tubing, Hoses & Fittings
  • Hoisting & Lifting
  • Communication

  • Technical Information
  • Tires, Wheels, Hubs & Wheel Bearings
  • Oxy-Acetylene Welding (OAW) & Cutting
  • Gas Metal Arc Welding (MIG)

  • Braking Systems I (Non-Abs)
  • Body Components and Trim
  • Electrical & Electronic Principles
  • Engine Principles

  • Suspension Systems I
  • Steering Systems I
  • Drive Shafts & Axles
  • Vehicle Maintenance Inspections
  • Pre-Delivery Inspection
  • Motor Vehicle Inspection
  • Ozone Depleting Substances

Carpentry Pre-employment 

  • Safety Awareness
  • Tools & Equipment
  • Wood and Wood Products
  • Non-Wood Products
  • Fasteners, Connectors and Adhesives
  • Temporary Access Equipment and Structures
  • Hoarding
  • Intro to Lifting, Rigging and Hoisting
  • Basic Site Layout
  • Concrete
  • Footings and Slab-On-Grade Forms
  • Wall Forms
  • Intro to Framing Systems
  • Beams and Supports
  • Floor Layout and Framing
  • Deck Layout and Framing
  • Communication and Trade Documentation
  • Intro to Project Drawings and Specifications

Construction Electrician Pre-Employment 

  • Safety
  • Tools & Equipment
  • Access Equipment
  • Hoisting, Lifting & Rigging
  • Support Components
  • Communication & Trade Documentation
  • Drawings, Schematics and Specifications I
  • DC Theory
  • DC Circuits
  • Single-Phase AC Theory
  • Single-Phase AC Circuits I
  • Introduction to the

    Canadian Electrical Code

  • Grounding and Bonding I
  • Single-Phase Services
  • Single-Phase Power Distribution Equipment
  • Conductors and Cables
  • Conduit, Tubing and Fittings
  • Raceways
  • Boxes and Enclosures
  • Wiring Devices
  • Luminaries and Lighting Controls
  • Introduction to Communication Systems

Heavy Equipment Service Technician Pre-employment

  • Safety
  • Tools & Equipment
  • Hoisting & Lifting
  • Communication & Documentation
  • Preventative Maintenance
  • Start, Move & Park Vehicle
  • Fasteners, Tubings, Hoses & Fittings
  • Lubrication & Fluids Servicing
  • Gaskets, seals & sealing components
  • Bearings
  • Metallurgy
  • Cutting & Heating
  • MIG Welding
  • Tires, Rims & Wheels
  • Engine Principles
  • Electrical & Electronic Principles
  • Batteries
  • Wiring Harnesses & Accessories
  • Introduction to Hydraulics
  • Hydraulic Fittings, Piping, Tubing & Hoses
  • Hydraulic Reservoirs, Coolers & Filters
  • Hydraulic Brake Systems I
  • Introduction to Air Brake Systems
  • Ozone Depletion Substances
  • Shielded Metal Arc Welding (SMAW)
  • Introduction to Steering System Components

Human Services Counselor (HSC)

  • Human Relations
  • Health & Wellness
  • Practicums in Community Settings
  • Addiction Disorders
  • Introduction to Dementia
  • Analysis of Behaviour Function
  • Impairments and Different Approaches
  • Development of the person
  • Ethics and Professional Behaviour
  • Behaviour Management
  • Interventiona for Persons with Adjustment Problems
  • Intervention with Families
  • Introduction to Helping Relationships
  • Introduction to Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD)
  • Methods of Observation
  • Intervention, Transition and Service Plans
  • Basic Care Principles in Community Intervention
  • General Psychology
  • Psychopathology and Intervention
  • Learning Disabilities
  • Technical and Professional Writing

Industrial Electrician

  • Safety
  • Tools & Equipment
  • Access Equipment
  • Hoisting, Lifting & Rigging
  • Support Components
  • Communication & Trade Documentation
  • Drawings, Schematics and Specifications I
  • DC Theory
  • DC Circuits
  • Single-Phase AC Theory
  • Single-Phase AC Circuits I
  • Introduction to the Canadian Electrical Code
  • Grounding and Bonding I
  • Single-Phase Services
  • Single-Phase Power Distribution Equipment
  • Conductors and Cables
  • Conduit, Tubing and Fittings
  • Raceways
  • Boxes and Enclosures
  • Wiring Devices
  • Luminaries and Lighting Controls
  • Introduction to Communication Systems

Motor Vehicle Body Repair (Metal & Paint)

  • Customer Relations

  • Ozone Depletion Substances
  • Safety Awareness
  • Hand Tools
  • Shop Equipment

  • Fasteners, Tubing & Adhesives
  • Trim & Hardware
  • Welding & Cutting (MIG)
  • Vehicle Construction
  • Service Manuals
  • Metal Working
  • Metallurgy
  • Body Fillers & Abrasives
  • Surface Preparation
  • Masking
  • Undercoats & Primers
  • Corrosion Protection

Refrigeration & Air Conditioning Service Technician

  • Safety
  • Hoisting , Lifting, Rigging & Access/Egress Equipment
  • Tools & Equipment
  • Refrigeration Fundamentals
  • Refrigerants and Oils
  • Compressors I
  • Valves & Accessory Devices
  • Piping Tubing Soldering Brazing
  • Leak Testing, Evacuation & Charging
  • Electrical Fundamentals
  • Motors I
  • Blueprint Reading
  • Trade Documents
  • Refrigeration & Air Conditioning Installation
  • E-Communications & Networking I
  • Workplace Mentoring I

Truck & Transport Service Technician Pre-employment

  • Safety
  • Tools & Equipment
  • Hoisting & Lifting
  • Communication & Documentation
  • Preventative Maintenance
  • Start, Move & Park Vehicle
  • Fasteners, Tubings, Hoses & Fittings
  • Lubrication & Fluids Servicing
  • Gaskets, seals & sealing components
  • Bearings
  • Metallurgy
  • Cutting & Heating
  • MIG Welding
  • Tires, Rims & Wheels
  • Engine Principles
  • Cooling Systems
  • Engine Lubrication Systems
  • Electrical & Electronic Principles
  • Batteries
  • Conventional Light Circuits
  • Wiring Harnesses & Accessories
  • Introduction to Hydraulics
  • Hydraulic Fittings, Piping, Tubing & Hoses
  • Hydraulic Reservoirs, Coolers & Filters
  • Hydraulic Brake Systems I
  • Introduction to Air Brake Systems
  • Ozone Depletion Substances
  • Shielded Metal Arc Welding (SMAW)
  • Introduction to Steering System Components

Our Trades Programs are set up to be run with 2 days per week with Theory Instruction in a classroom setting and 3 days per week where the students will be placed in a shop or dealership, or place of business of their choice to work side by side with a Licensed Technician or certified personnel for their Practical hands on Training after their first initial 3 weeks of essential skills training; except in the case of the Personal Support Worker Program where they will spend up to 16 weeks in the classroom before switching into their 2 days class and 3 days placement.

Human Services Counselor Program where they will spend up to 25 weeks in the classroom before switching into their 2 days class and 3 days placement.

NEW COVID SETUP:  Trades Classes (ONLY) will now be split with smaller numbers in the classroom beginning in September.  The first 3 weeks half the students will attend mornings with afternoon assignments at home, the other half will attend afternoon with morning assignments to be done at home in order to keep us on task for the first 3 weeks, the next 27 weeks half will attend class days Mondays and Tuesdays with placements Wednesday to Friday, the other half will attend placements Monday to Wednesday with Classroom days Thursday and Friday. The last two weeks of review will be mornings and afternoons again same as first three weeks.  Students will be required to wear a mask throughout the building but can remove them once seated at desk, any food or garbage brought in must be removed by that person.  All students will be temperature checked daily.

PSW Program for out of province students can be a live virtual lecture for classroom sessions with placements in their hometown, contact us for more details.  PSW Program and HSC Program qualifies for FREE Tuition for NB Residents.

IF the Province reverts back to RED ZONE, East Coast Trades College is prepared to go online with virtual lectures, resources for all students which will be provided when you receive your books and materials and readily available instructors for help, placements will continue as long as the business stays open.  If you have any questions regarding this please contact us.

Our instructors will rotate to each of the placements ensure that the students are receiving a variety of experience.


We accept applications year round for Fall Programs "No need to wait to start your career, Apply today!"


NO APPLICATION FEE TO APPLY!

International Students Application Fee $50.00

(At this time East Coast Trades College is not accepting International Students due to Covid)


We look forward to meeting with you!

Tuition and Fees

Trades Program Tuition: $9398 per year (including the $250 confirmation fee)

PSW Tuition: $11,747.50 per year (including the $250 confirmation fee)

HSC Tuition: $12,922.95 per year (including the $250 confirmation fee)

Tuition can be paid in full at the time of your registration or you can break it down into two payments.

- Payment 1: 60% (Due at time of registration)

- Payment 2: 40% (Due at the beginning of 2nd semester in January)

*Tuition is subject to change 

Fees

Confirmation Fee: $250 (non-refundable, due 30 days from day of acceptance, and will be applied towards tuition) Exception: If program is cancelled due to lack of enrollment, College will refund confirmation fees paid.

Trades Student Fee: $93.98 per year

PSW Student Fee: $117.47

HSC Student Fee: $129.22

Graduation Fee: $60.00

Student ID Fee: $20.00

Mandatory Off-site Safety Training: varies per program contact for more info

Other Costs

Books/Materials: Please contact for more information

*Please note some courses may require a laptop for program.

*PSW Students will require 2 sets of scrubs (Burgandy Tops with black sides, Black Pants-available through college), Proper PPE

Ozone Depleting Substances Course:

1 Full day

Cost: $287.50