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Micro-Credential Training in the Motive Power Trades

Are you interested in becoming a Truck and Coach Technician (310T), Agricultural Equipment Technician (425A), or a Heavy Equipment Technician (421A), or upskilling in these industries? Explore our free micro-credential training opportunities.

Try a trade by registering for our free micro-credential training at the TR Leger Apprenticeship Center at Kemptville Campus, 40 Curtis Drive, Kemptville Ontario.

  • Wednesdays, Thursdays (6:00 p.m. - 8:30 p.m.) and Saturdays (8:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.)
  • Take the micro-credential courses that are of interest to you; OR
  • Take ALL SEVEN courses and achieve 70% in each to successfully complete the in-class portion of the Level 1 Commercial Vehicle Apprenticeship Certification.

Contact us: 1-877-875-3437 ext. 3 or share your contact details with us and we’ll contact you directly. 

Register today for ONE or ALL of the micro-credential courses:

Hydraulics-Fluid Power Systems

Upon successful completion, participants are able to;

  • Perform basic calculations of pressure, force and area using Imperial and international measurement.
  • Interpret basic hydraulic and pneumatic systems.
  • Explain, inspect, and test procedures for basic hydraulic and pneumatic components following manufacturer recommendations and schematics.

Dates: Pre-register


Electrical Theory / Practical

Upon successful completion, participants are able to;

  • Describe the principles and laws governing electricity following accepted scientific theories. Use basic electrical test equipment.
  • Trace, test, diagnose, and repair electrical circuits.
  • Evaluate batteries following manufacturer’s recommendations.

Dates: Pre-register

Engines

Upon successful completion, participants are able to;

  • Explain the terminology and identify the operating principles of engine blocks, cylinder heads, valve train and power train components.
  • Perform engine system maintenance, inspection and service procedures, following manufacturer’s recommendations.

Dates: November 23 - December 3, 2022

Fuel Systems Theory / Practical

Upon successful completion, participants are able to;

  • Describe the fundamentals of diesel fuel.
  • Inspect engine fuel systems and recommend repairs to diesel fuel sub-systems and injectors following manufacturers’ recommendations.

Dates: December 7-17, 2022

Wheel End Assemblies & Brake Systems Theory/Practical

Upon successful completion, participants are able to;

  • Perform adjustments and recommend repairs to wheel end assemblies, hydraulic brake systems, air brake systems following manufacturer recommendations.

Dates: February 1 - 16, 2023

Drive Train Systems Theory / Practical

Upon successful completion, participants are able to;

  • Recommend repairs to push-type clutch, flywheel assemblies.
  • Explain the fundamentals of gearing used in drive train systems following manufacturer recommendations.
  • Recommend repairs to single countershaft manual transmissions, drive shafts, power take-off shafts, safety shields, universal joints, and single reduction drive axle assemblies following manufacturer recommendations.

Dates: January 11 - 28, 2023

Trade Practices Theory

Upon successful completion, participants are able to;

  • Describe the legal responsibilities of employees and employers relating to safe working practices, protection of the environment.
  • Demonstrate the operation of lifting, rigging, blocking and safety equipment according to government safety and environmental legislation.
  • Use precision measuring tools following manufacturer recommendations.

Dates: February 22 - March 11, 2023

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