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Sept. 12th 2020 classes for success

Sept. 12th, 2020 graduating class. Soon to be electricians. Congrats to all.

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4 have passed the 442A electrical industrial licence and 6 more have passed the 309A construction and maintenance electrical licence.

 

Alain  V
Adam M
David
Austin
Ronald
Rajvinder
Kevin
Kimberly
Tommy P
Nicholas T

 

Here is what Mr. Adam M. had to say:"just wanted to let you know I got the results for my exam this morning and passed. I just want to thank you for helping me out with the course and everything. Again thank you so much!!!"

Here is what Mr. David M. had to say:"This course has helped me obtain the knowledge to overcome this challenging exam! The Instructor was very helpful and was always there to help guide me! This course is an effective tool and i strongly recommend this to any apprentice pursuing the red seal exam!
Thank you again. I appreciate what you have done and what you are doing!."

Here is what Mr. Austin F. had to say:"I have written my exam for the 442A license. I scored over the required amount and my OCOT status has changed to Journeyperson. Thank you."

Here is what Mr. Rajvinder D. had to say:"Thank you. Your c of q course was very helpful, and I can gladly say I passed with a score of 83%- The first time."

Here is what Mr. Kevin R. had to say:"I passed. Thanks for the help! I got a 95. It was challenging though, lots of tricky questions."

Here is what Mr. Kimberly P. had to say:"I passed 77%. Thank you . I've told alot of people already . In the future they will contact you as well."

Here is the list of companies that we helped succeed. Metric Electric, Ippolito Fruit and Produce, Turn-key modular systems, Ibew353, Black & Mac, Ozz and Corlan Electric.

 

Congragulations to all. You all derseve it. Enjoy.

 

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Sept. 12th 2020 classes for success

Sept. 12th, 2020 graduating class. Soon to be electricians. Congrats to all.

canadian flag

 

 

7 have passed the 442A electrical industrial licence and 3 more have passed the 309A construction and maintenance electrical licence.

 

Peter 
Peter
Paul 
Sean
Ben  P
Jihu
Mahdi
Rajdeep
Tyler 
Peter O  

 

Here is what Mr. Peter O. had to say:"Just to let you know that I passed my license exam 442A. Thank you so much for your materials and online assistance."

Here is what Mr. Ben P. had to say:"Thank you for everything. Trust me, it's such a relief to be done. I scored a 77."

Here is what Mr. Mahdi Y. had to say:"Hi sam I just want to tell I pass my exam and I got 78. Thanks for all your help really thanks."

Here is what Mr. Arash R. had to say:"Thank you for offering your course and helping me with the C of Q. I have written and passed my exam.Thanks for the kind words. I'm already telling others about the benefits of the course. I scored 85."

Here is the list of companies that we helped succeed. IBEW, Sol Cuisine Inc., Dofasco, Stelco, Dunkin Dip Corp. & Manav Electrical Services Inc. 

 

Congragulations to all. You all derseve it. Enjoy.

 

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Sept. 12th 2020 classes for success

Sept. 12th, 2020 graduating class. Soon to be electricians. Congrats to all.

canadian flag

 

 

4 have passed the 442A electrical industrial licence and 6 more have passed the 309A construction and maintenance electrical licence.

 

Walter T
Mackenzie 
Ryan
Jacob
vipin
Johnathan M
Kyle K
Kevin L
Ryan L
Dennis S

 

Here is what Mr. Vipin J. had to say:"Thanks for the support and training that you provided. You were there whenever I needed. You cleared all my doubts both in the studies and the process without delay. Without your help, I might not be an industrial electrician now."

Here is the list of companies that we helped succeed. Chrysler, Pionier Electric, GM, Wolfdale Electric, Pepsico, Camtac, Enercon Services Canada, Infinite Electric, Mayfair & Dofasco.

 

Congragulations to all. You all derseve it. Enjoy.

 

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August 8th 2020 classes for success

 August 8th 2020 graduation class for success. Soon to be electricians.  Congratulations to all from all of us.

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Construction and Maintenance Electrician is one of 55 trades in Canada that requires tradespeople to become a licensed journeyperson by your province or territory.

After completing an apprenticeship, you are required to pass the inter-provincial exam called the Certificate of Qualification.

Earning at least 70% on the C of Q exam (a passing grade) is one of the biggest challenges for many aspiring Electricians.

Leo Bitonte, a Journeyman Electrician who challenged and passed the C of Q last year, and Sam Mallak from electricalexam.ca, a company that offers pre-exam tutoring in Canada, provide insight into common challenges and solutions that will help you study effectively, pass the C of Q and earn your license.

How you’re approaching the exam:

You’re taking shortcuts

Don’t rely on your friends to tell you about the questions on their exam (they’re constantly changing) and don’t buy outdated books because you think you’re saving money. Learn the content you’re required to know because employers are looking to hire  licensed Electricians who are knowledgeable, Sam says.

“There’s too much to know”

It’s true, there’s a lot of content to study and learn. So don’t cram, Leo says. Enroll in a pre-exam course that teaches you the ins and outs of the C of Q.

You’re aiming for perfection

While it’s nice to score as close to 100% as possible, all you need is 70% to pass. Whether you score a 71 or 99, it doesn’t matter and it’s not necessarily reflective of how you will perform as an electrician. But scoring 69% does—anything below a 70 is a failing score.

How you’re studying the code:

You’re studying the provincial/territorial code

The C of Q exam tests apprentices on the Canadian Electrical Code since Electricians earn an inter-provincial license. There might be discrepancies between the provincial or territorial and national codes, so be sure to always refer to the Canadian Electrical Code when you’re answering questions on your exam.

“The code makes no sense”

Ask your instructors or supervisor for clarification if you’re confused about the Canadian Electrical Code. And if you’re really having trouble, buy a simplified version that dissects each section, explains how the codes are applied and comments on how codes relate to one another.

“The codebook is too big”

Learning how to use the codebook aspect most students struggle with, Sam says. You can’t bring your codebook into the exam, so don’t just rely on your notes. Leo stresses the importance of knowing how to find sections and aspects of the code. So get familiar with the index, appendix and tables.

You score less than 90% on your Electrician Self-Assessment Tool

Electricalexam.ca suggests that students score more than 90% on their ESAT before writing the actual test. Sam says you should phone the ministry to confirm the edition of the Canadian Electrical Code they will be tested on (either 2009 or 2012).

How you’re practicing:

“The wording of these questions is confusing”

The more you practice writing tests, the more familiar you’ll become with how questions are written and structured.

“Some questions cover things I’ve never done before”

Be conscious of the exam throughout trade school and take every lesson seriously – even if you think it’s not relevant for your apprenticeship.

“There’s not enough time”

You get three hours to complete the exam. When you’re completing practice exams, imitate the testing environment and time yourself.

When you’re writing the exam, Leo suggests answering all the questions you know first and skipping the ones you don’t. Remember, all you need to pass is 70% so if you don’t know the answer, guess. But monitor how much time you spend on each question.

If you’re studying for or have already passed the C of Q, what are your best studying tips?

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 August 8th 2020 graduation class for success. Soon to be electricians.  Congratulations to all from all of us.

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Failing the real electrical exam would be devastating! But beware it happens to more people than you might think. 3 in 4 people are fail every day without proper training and knowledge. There is no short cut to writing this exam. It is not a driver’s licence or a boat licence. There is a lot of liability here. You can hurt yourself or someone else. You do not want to do that.

This exam is written by smart people; it is no surprise that failures have seen a dramatic increase and are now more common than ever. What were they thinking when they are asking me this question, general trade knowledge, experience on the job, formulas, how to use the Canadian electrical code book, the interpretation of the rules, the assumptions are only a few of the challenges on the real exam. Not preparing with a bullet proof plan could pose a significant risk of failure and the aftermath of feeling bad after writing the real exam and giving up on the trade.

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August 8th 2020 classes for success

 August 8th 2020 graduation class for success. Soon to be electricians.  Congratulations to all from all of us.

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Canada

 
A utility electrician/lineman does maintenance on a utility pole.

Training of electricians follows an apprenticeship model, taking four or five years to progress to fully qualified journeyman level.[7] Typical apprenticeship programs consists of 80-90% hands-on work under the supervision of journeymen and 10-20% classroom training.[8] Training and licensing of electricians is regulated by each province, however professional licenses are valid throughout Canada under Agreement on Internal Trade. An endorsement under the Red Seal Program provides additional competency assurance to industry standards.[9] In order for individuals to become a licensed electricians, they need to have 9000 hours of practical, on the job training. They also need to attend school for 4 terms and pass a provincial exam. This training enables them to become journeyman electricians. Furthermore, in British Columbia, an individual can go a step beyond that and become a “FSR”, or field safety representative. This credential gives the ability to become a licensed electrical contractor and to pull permits. Notwithstanding this, some Canadian provinces only grant "permit pulling privileges" to current Master Electricians, that is, a journeyman who has been engaged in the industry for three (3) years AND has passed the Master's examination (i.e. Alberta). The various levels of field safety representatives are A,B and C. The only difference between each class is that they are able to do increasingly higher voltage and current work. For more information, Call, text, email ( This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it ) or chat anytime (416) 841-1399.

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August 8th 2020 classes for success

 August 8th 2020 graduation class for success. Soon to be electricians.  Congratulations to all from all of us.

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Classes For Success are ON for the Nov. 21st sessions. Call to register (416) 841-1399.

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Sept. 12th 2020 classes for success

Sept. 12th, 2020 graduating class. Soon to be electricians. Congrats to all.

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10 more have passed the 309A construction and maintenance electrical licence.

 

Jessica
Michael
Christopher
Lucas
Bryan
Jonathan 
Michael 
Collin
Dillon
Marc 

 

Here is what Mrs. Jessica M. had to say:"I wrote and I passed. Thank you. I will tell people."

Here is what Mr. Michael K. had to say:"I passed. Thank you very much and I referred 5 more people. Thank you again."

Here is what Mr. Chris B. had to say:"I wrote and passed first time with a 78%. Thank you for the help as your class was very helpful to my success.

Here is what Mr. Lucas K. had to say:"I passed with an 82%. Thank you for your help."

Here is what Mr. Jonathan M. had to say:"Good day to you! Once again, I would like to thank you for your support, your module and questionnaire are very well explained and the word that you are using is like, it is talking to me personally and very well selected to understand easily and so practical. I got 81% in the inter-provincial construction electrician exam. Again, thank you so much and more power!"

Here is what Mr. Michael H. had to say:"Your course is fantastic. You're definitely a great teacher: not an easy thing to be - I thank you for the clarity of the structure of your course and the patience with which you communicate it. I am happy to say that I passed on the first attempt. You've heard this before and you will hear this many many more times, but I couldn't have done it without you. I will recommend your course to everyone. All the best!"

 

Here is the list of companies that we helped succeed. Western Electrical Management (Edmonton, Alberta), Black & mac, Rogol Electric, Jay Electric, Fortis Electrical, Symmtech Innovations, Westview Electric & Tam Electric.

 

Congragulations to all. You all derseve it. Enjoy.

 

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Sept. 12th 2020 classes for success

Sept. 12th, 2020 graduating class. Soon to be electricians. Congrats to all.

canadian flag

 

 

1 have passed the 442A electrical licence exam and 9 more have passed the 309A construction and maintenance electrical licence.

 

Adam M
Kapilkumar S
Jihong Z
Eric  M
Jason M
James N
Michael S
Nicholas
Matthew
Davi

 

Here is what Mr. Adam M. had to say:"I have written and passed with 75% on the first write. Thank you."

Here is what Mr. Jihong Z. had to say:"Good morning Sam, I passed the exam with the grade 80%. Thank you very much for supporting me all the time. You always answered my questions very fast and gave me professional advice. Because some questions are very tricky and English is my second language,the exam is tougher for me. Without your help, I could not have passed the exam easily."

Here is what Mr. Michael S. had to say:"Yes I wrote it and passed on my first attempt! Thank you so much for everything!

Here is what Mr. Matthew M. had to say:"I passed. Thanks. I really appreciate it. I will definitely recommend your course to my apprentices."

Here is what Mr. Davi F. had to say:"Got some news. PASSED MY C OF Q. another satisfied customer!!!"

 

Here is the list of companies that we helped succeed. GEnek Electrical, Electrical Group Inc., GTA Electrical Enterprises Inc. and Urban Electrical Contractors.

 

Congragulations to all. You all derseve it. Enjoy.

 

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Sept. 12th 2020 classes for success

Sept. 12th, 2020 graduating class. Soon to be electricians. Congrats to all.

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1 have passed the 442A electrical licence exam and 9 more have passed the 309A construction and maintenance electrical licence.

 

 

Dariusz (Derek)  M
Jordan C
Alex M
Ian O
James Y
Eric  M
Neil B
Yadbir S
Lukas M
Andrew B

 

Here is what Mr. Dariusz M. had to say:"I just wanted to thank you for the training course. I successfully passed my 309a exam on the first try. Thank you very much again sam. I will recommend you to everyone i know."

Here is what Mr. Lukas M. had to say:"Hi I passed my electrical exam. Thanks you so much for your program i will definitely share this with others."

Here is what Mr. James Y. had to say:"Just wanted to let you know that I passed the 309A exam with 83%.Thanks again for all your help. I have told many apprentices about your course even before I wrote the exam. I studied very hard for the CofQ. Many times harder than any single test in my entire life.

Here is what Mr. Eric M. had to say:"I passed my exam on my first try. Thank you for making and teaching your class as it has helped me tremendously, I will recommend your class to future apprentices."

Here is what Mr. Neil B. had to say:"Thanks for the personal help in understanding difficult areas. Your course material was a huge help on achieving 87% my first try. I will definitely recommend your course to anyone wanting to be well prepared for the exam. Thanks again!"

Here is what Mr. Andrew B. had to say:"thank you your course really helped me study and prepare for the exam."

 

Here is the list of companies that we helped succeed. GMZ Electrical Inc., Panson, National Steel Car, Corlan Electric, Plan, OPG, Dependable home tech, and Etech.

 

Congragulations to all. You all derseve it. Enjoy.

 

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