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Industrial Mechanic (Millwright)

Trade Description:

An industrial mechanic, also known as a millwright, installs, tests, removes, repairs and services a wide variety of industrial machinery and equipment. Industry depends on industrial mechanics to install machinery and keep important equipment running smoothly and efficiently. Industrial mechanics read blueprints, drawings and manuals to determine repairs and work procedures and perform preventative and operational maintenance.

Industrial mechanics are employed by construction contractors, mining and manufacturing companies and pulp and paper mills.

Trade Regulation PDF Document Prepping for the Exam - Booklist
National Occupational Analysis Sample Exams
 

Apprenticeship - Annual Requirements:

Levels Total Hours/Year
(On-the-Job & Technical Training)
Total Weeks/Year
(Technical Training)
Delivered By
4  1,600  8-8-8-8 UCN & UCN-MITT
 

Training Standards:

PDF Document Level One PDF Document Level Chart
PDF Document Level Two PDF Document Profile Chart
PDF Document Level Three PDF Document NOA Subtask to Unit Comparison
PDF Document Level Four PDF Document Facility Audit Checklist
 

Challenging the Exam - Trades Qualification:

Years of Experience
Hours Required
Additional Practical
Exam Required
 6  9,600  No
PDF Document Work Experience Form
 

Accredited Programs:

Apprenticeship Trade Training Institution -
Secondary Schools 
Training Institution -
Post-Secondary Schools
Training Institution
Program Name 
Level
Industrial Mechanic (Millwright) Manitoba Institute of Trades & Technology Manitoba Institute of Trades & Technology Industrial Mechanic / Millwright Program 1