Aerospace Electrical Assembly Technician

Median: $36.06/hour

The salary for this position ranges from $17.50 to 60.44 per hour


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Employment type

92% of all workers in this occupation work full-time.


Women make up 8% of the workers in this occupational group

Brief Program Description

The Aerospace Electrical Assembly Technician program is a 14 week online program designed to help students gain the skills and knowledge required for work as entry-level Aerospace Electrical Assembly Technicians.

Today’s aircraft are highly complex machines with hundreds of electronic components and miles of wiring. Aerospace electrical assembly technicians ensure that the electronic systems on modern aircraft operate at peak performance.

They prepare wiring layouts, select and install a wide range of electrical components, perform scheduled maintenance, and complete inspections. Repairing, diagnosing, and assembling the electronic components, aerospace electrical assembly technicians play a crucial role in ensuring worry-free flight.

Hiring Industries

  • air transport
  • aircraft and parts manufacturing
  • guided missiles, space vehicles, and parts
  • satellite communications
  • search, detection, and navigation guidance
Admission Requirements

Minimum Canadian Language Benchmark (CLB) 7 or equivalent

Program Prerequisites


Program Duration

3.2 months completing 3 modules a day (209 hours)


CAD $2400
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