2021 - 2022

Students engage in a variety of classroom and shop activities. They learn principals of both trades in the classroom and then apply their knowledge in the shop where they fabricate, install and maintain industrial tools, machines and equipment to exacting standards of precision.

Graduates of the Millwright Machinist Foundation Program at Selkirk College earn Level 1 and Level 2 technical training credit towards the millwright apprenticeship as well as Level 1 technical training credit towards the machinist apprenticeship. Additionally, graduates of the program have the option to claim advanced credit for either 425 work-based hours of the practical on-the-job component of the millwright apprenticeship or 500 work-based hours of the practical on-the-job component of the machinist apprenticeship

Graduates of the Millwright Machinist Foundation Program at Selkirk College typically find employment as apprentice millwrights engaged in the operation and maintenance of machines and systems in manufacturing plants, resource development firms, mines, mills and various industrial enterprises. Apprentice machinists are typically employed to set up, calibrate, program and operate sophisticated machine tools in a variety of industrial environments.

Practical Training: Millwright

  • Earn Level 1 and Level 2 training credit for your Millwright Apprenticeship.
  • Earn advanced credit for 425 work-based hours.
  • Operate and maintain systems and machines.

Practical Training: Machinist

  • Earn Level 1 credit for your Machinist Apprenticeship.
  • Earn advanced credit for 500 work-based hours.  
  • Work in a variety of industrial environments.