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Carpenter Apprenticeship Fourth Period

Program Overview

Have you always enjoyed working with tools? Consider a career as a carpenter, a field that is in high demand. Journeyperson Carpenters can become Master Carpenters. Carpenters often take further training to gain additional expertise. Experienced carpenters can advance to become supervisors, subcontractors, construction superintendents, or contractors. This hands-on carpentry program will give you the skills and theory you need to succeed when you write the Alberta Apprenticeship and Industry Training Fourth Period theory and practical exams.

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Program Locations

May 06, 2024 - Jun 28, 2024 - Face to Face - Slave Lake
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Program Year


Program Length:

8 Weeks

Program Type

Carpenter Apprenticeship

Program Delivery

Traditional classroom setting with lab demonstrations and practical projects.

Eligible students are determined by Alberta Apprenticeship and Industry Training (AIT). See for more details.

Minimum Requirement: Registered Apprentice in the trade through Alberta Apprenticeship and Industry Training, 3rd Period completed.

Any provider approved by Alberta Apprenticeship and Industry Training.