Admissions At Pre-Apprenticeship Training Institute
PAT Institute caters to individuals who are interested in learning the skills to enter a trade and graduate from a program recognized by industry leaders. PAT offers programs that are ideal for those looking for access into the workplace and high paying jobs (average annual salary of a certified trades person is $50,000 – $70,000).
To apply for admissions to the PAT Institute you can schedule an appointment to meet with an Admissions Advisor. Our Admissions Advisors are trained to provide you with important information about program content, scheduling, employment opportunities and student services. We will evaluate your aptitude and review your prior learning to ensure you meet required criteria for your chosen program. Our programs start frequently, with new intake dates offered multiple times throughout the year.
To apply for Admissions you will be required to provide the following documents:
A copy of your Ontario Secondary School Diploma (OSSD), GED or equivalent.
Some students may be required to pass an entrance evaluation.
Please note that applicants who have not acquired an Ontario Secondary School Diploma, GED or equivalent are required to write an Admissions Entrance Test
Schedule an appointment today to meet with an Admissions Advisor and email or call us at 1-800-728-0137.
Message from the Director of Admissions
I encourage you to take the opportunity to visit PAT and meet with one of our Admissions Advisors who can introduce you to the current students, instructors, staff, and show you around the facility.As you go through the admissions process, our Admissions Advisors will do all they can to make the process as smooth as possible and be as straightforward with you as we can. We are all here to answer your questions. If you need more information, let us know. Our purpose is to make the process as clear and understanding as we can.
We all look forward to meeting with you in person. Until then, let me introduce the Admissions team:
Our graduates leave the training facility with current technical and safety training, industry standard tools and safety gear, saving both the student and the employer additional costs at the beginning of their career. Graduates' careers will lead into a multitude of options and pathways a few of which are: working in the trades, owning their own businesses, becoming trades inspectors, engineering, or teaching.