By Anthony Capkun
June 16, 2013 – The Electrical College of Canada—which is celebrating its 5th anniversary this year—officially launched its new, 7800-sf electrical educational facility at 90 Trowers Road in Woodbridge, Ont. Ralph Cerasuolo, the college’s founder, was joined by the City of Vaughan’s mayor Maurizio Bevilacqua to officially open the facility.
“I am pleased to offer my sincere congratulations to the Electrical College of Canada for their commitment to skills development and education in the electrical trades,” said Bevilacqua. “I want to thank the Electrical College of Canada for their commitment to educating students to achieve their full potential.” See photos below.
Ralph Cerasuolo, a Master Electrician, has been managing his family’s electrical contracting business (Neutron Electrical) for 15 years. The college he launched has been approved as a vocational program under the Private Career Colleges Act.
“After five years of training electrical students, we have definitely created a niche for our specific expertise in electrical trade education,” said Cerasuolo. “The demand for electricians, and the success of our trade educational program, has allowed us the opportunity to expand and relocate.”
The college offers Construction and Maintenance Electrician Technician: Pre-apprenticeship programs, as well as a Certificate of Qualification pre-exam course to prepare candidates for the exam.