Program delivery note

Program delivery note: Fanshawe will temporarily deliver this program as listed under "locations" to the right of your screen or in the "+ more details" menu on mobile. Delivery format may change for January 2021 and onwards.

Overview - 2021/2022

Fixing and maintaining the vehicles that help build our towns and cities is no small task. It takes attention to detail and the ability to think quickly on your feet, just two of the skills you’ll learn in the Truck and Coach Technician (Block Release) apprenticeship program.

You’re ready to work and you want to combine training with earning power, so you’ve chosen the apprenticeship component, where you’ll mix workplace-based training under the direction of experienced workers. You’ll combine that with short stints in the classroom or in an online training environment.

You’ll work in fleet maintenance for construction companies, public transit systems or small repair operations, getting important on-the-job training and real-world work connections. You’ll learn to troubleshoot and repair engines, power trains, ignition and electrical systems, brakes, steering, suspension and more. You’ll also learn about job safety and environmental regulations affecting the transportation industry.

Transport your career to the next level today.


This is an apprenticeship program.
You cannot apply to this program through

Applicants need a sponsor/employer.
Your sponsor/employer must register you with:

The Ministry of Training, Colleges and Universities
Apprenticeship/Client Services
72-1200 Commissioners Road East 
London, Ontario, N5Z 4R3 
MAESD is responsible for scheduling your in-school training at Fanshawe College.

More information about Apprenticeships at Fanshawe.

Employment Ontario
This Employment Ontario program is funded in part by the Government of Canada.


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Program Coordinator:

Mark Russell

Ontario College Certificate