A few commentshttp://www.tru.ca/calendar/current/12211.htm#o11984
The program is designed to prepare the student for employment in the electrical or related fields in residential, commercial and industrial environments. Due to market conditions, not all Construction Electrician Foundation graduates are able to find apprenticeships locally. Graduates willing to relocate to the Lower Mainland, the Okanagan, Northeastern BC or Alberta enjoy excellent employment prospects.
Graduates of the Electrical Foundation program receive credit for first year apprenticeship technical training
The current estimated costs for the 24-week program include:
Student and Lab Fees $710
Tools approx. $400
So if they get a student loan they start at a 3rd term wage rate if I am reading this correctly