The Electric Vehicle Infrastructure Training Program (EVITP™)
The needs for installation and maintenance of the EV charging infrastructure in the safest and most cost effective manner.
The National Advanced Lighting Controls Training Program (NALCTP)
A multi-jurisdictional initiative aimed at increasing the use of lighting controls in commercial buildings and industrial facilities.
Solar Photovoltaic (PV) CSA Standards
CSA and the National Electrical Trade Council (NETCO), an E2 Inc. national affiliate, have partnered to develop a third-party, independent personnel certification program for Construction Electricians installing photovoltaic (PV) equipment in Canada.
Director Of Programs
After a successful career in the trades for 15 years that earned him a Red Seal certification in the electrical field, Farid began teaching for the Electrical Joint Training Committee (EJTC) in 2012. Farid recently completed his master instructor/trainer program through the IBEW’s National Training Institution (NTI). Farid is specialized in automation and HVAC controls installation, and is a certified Electrical Vehicle trainer/installer.
Dan is a Red Seal Electrician with 16 successful years experience in the electrical trade with experience in a variety of residential, commercial, and industrial sites. Dan joined the EJTC in 2016 as one of the ELTT instructors with a focus on mentoring individuals to meet the expectations of a diverse profession. Currently Dan is finishing his Provincial Instructor Diploma and plans to take his Master's of Education.
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