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Approximate text book and supplies cost for the apprenticeship program.

Program

Period

Cost for text books

Cost for supplies

Carpenter

Period 1 – 8 Weeks

Period 2 – 8 Weeks

Period 3 – 8 Weeks

Period 4 – 8 Weeks

$550

$185

$155

$195

$85

$35

$160

$160

 

Safety Footwear is Mandatory

Electrician

Period 1 – 8 Weeks

Period 2 – 8 Weeks

$680

$375

$65

$65

 

Safety Footwear is Mandatory

Housing Maintainer

Period 1 – 8 Weeks

Period 2 – 8 Weeks

Period 3 – 8 Weeks

$650

$125

$200

$100

$120

$160

 

Safety Footwear is Mandatory

Oil Burner Mechanic

Period 1 – 8 Weeks

Period 2 – 8 Weeks

Period 3 – 8 Weeks

$790

$275

$100

$120

$120

 

Safety Footwear is Mandatory

Plumber

Period 1 – 8 Weeks

Period 2 – 8 Weeks

$826

$197

 

$100

$120

 

Safety Footwear is Mandatory

Tuition $1360

 

Student Fee $150

 

Single Residence $590 per month pro-rated.

 

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