Get certified with CNC's automotive glass technician apprenticeship program! This program provides the technical training portion of your apprenticeship journey, which in combination with work-based training hours, leads to SkilledTrades BC certification.
About apprenticeship programs
Apprenticeship programs provide a unique approach to post-secondary education, combining classroom-based learning (known as technical training) with on-the-job training. This enables you to “earn while you learn,” significantly reducing the need for student debt and building your career NOW instead of waiting until you’ve completed your education.
In addition to earning wages while learning on the job, many apprentices have their technical training paid for by their company, and/or qualify for Employment Insurance while in school. Additionally, there are a number of grants and tax credits available to both apprentices and employers. Visit skilledtradesbc.ca to learn more.
Red Seal tradespeople are certified to work across Canada and may also have their credentials recognized internationally. Certified skilled tradespeople are in demand worldwide, leading to opportunities for international work experience or volunteer opportunities. Many tradespeople also are entrepreneurs, building businesses that may eventually employ others and give back to the local community.
A Red Seal trade can also be a stepping stone to further education, management positions, or even returning to college as an educator teaching the next generation of tradespeople.
Apprentice Automotive Glass Technician Courses
Description coming soon
AUGT 150 – Automotive Glass Technician Level 1 (15 weeks)
This course is offered in a hybrid delivery model. The first 14 weeks are theory only, delivered online. The final week is in-class, to provide the practical portion.
Automotive Glass Technician Apprentices who successfully complete AUGT 150 are eligible to write the Certificate of Qualification Exam.
Training dates & how to apply
For up to date technical training dates at CNC visit tradestrainingbc.ca.
To apply for any level of technical training at CNC visit Apply Trades.
Locations & Dates
CNC programs have varying lengths and start dates to meet your needs, and are offered across multiple campuses where possible. Don’t see the campus you’re looking for? Check back with us soon as this page is updated throughout the school year.
Visit Trades Training BC for the most up to date apprenticeship schedules.
October 16, 2023 - February 16, 2024
Once your employer has submitted an Apprentice and Sponsor Registration Form to SkilledTradesBC on your behalf you can apply to attend technical training at CNC. Many of our apprenticeship programs have waitlists so we encourage you to apply early.
SkilledTradesBC doesn’t require apprentices to have completed a required number of work-based-training hours to attend technical training. However, because apprenticeship programs are a unique blend of in-class and on-the-job training we encourage you to work with your employer to decide on a training schedule that best combines these two forms of training.
If you do not meet the entry requirements for apprenticeship technical training, you may be interested in the Automotive Service Technician Foundation Program.
A program with a limited number of seats per intake and is on a “first qualified, first admitted” basis.
Invest in your future
Student Fees: $287.63
Please check the Fee Schedule for up-to-date information.
These costs are an estimate and do not include books. Costs may change without notice. Student fees vary by campus.
Books for this program can be purchased from the bookstore.
Paying for college
We're here to help. You can apply for scholarships and bursaries through CNC. We can also help you find loans and other funding. Visit Financial aid to find out how.
Work BC offers financial support to apprenticeship students.
Service Canada offers a variety of financial supports for apprentices and their employers including tax credits, grants, and EI while attending technical training.
Apprentices may qualify for interest free loans of up to $4,000 per level of technical training through the Canada Apprentice Loan program.
Salaries and employment
Looking for a job? Check the student employment opportunities.