Electrical Business


Woodbridge-based Electrical College of Canada celebrated first year anniversary

June 22, 2010 | By

The first anniversary of the Electrical College of Canada (ECC) was celebrated Saturday June 19 at its 91 Friuli Court address in Woodbridge, Ontario.

Students, teachers, potential students and Vaughan residents joined
Ralph Cerasuolo, director of the college to support the school’s
success and the achievements of graduates.

Cerasuolo goes to explain that due to such growth and success, the
college has expanded into a third unit. The college has also been
working closely with the Ministry of Training, Employment Canada, and
other Colleges/Universities to ensure their graduates become registered

ECC offers courses and workshops in the basic principles of electrical
theory with simulated work environments such as the Certificate of
Qualification pre-exam workshop to prepare students for the exam
administered by the Ministry of Training. ECC also offers construction
and maintenance pre-apprenticeship programs to further student’s
success after graduation.


Cerasuolo has been managing his family’s electrical contracting
business, Neutron Electrical in Vaughan before 16 years before founding
and directing the ECC. All courses are Ontario Government approved and
the school includes practical learning “in-house wiring labs” for
students to succeed in the use of electrical applications.


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