About the program

The Telecommunications  program offers you an opportunity to acquire sound theory and extensive hands-on training in cabling, telephone networks and other specific areas in the Telecommunications field.

Courses consist of both classroom instruction and practice in modern communications labs. Instructors share industry experience and teach in alignment to current industry needs and standards. Additional specialized certifications offered through the school better prepare you for the workplace.


Skills you will learn

  • Installation, maintenance and repairing radio and communication equipment.
  • How to install, adapt, and repair mobile and ground communications systems and accessories.
  • How to use the specialized tools used in 85% of firms in the industry.
  • Business and interpersonal skills essential to a successful career.


A career in telecommunications
The telecommunications industry is competitive and rapidly growing due to the drastic demand in High Speed installations in all households and commercial demand for telecommunication services. Students graduating from the program can easily find employment in public and private sector organizations. Montreal is home to a large number of telecommunication companies including Bell, Videotron, Telus and Rogers.



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The program challenged me and pushed me out of my comfort zone which is what I now value looking back. I now run my own placement agency dedicated to the telecommunication industry.




I was working for Bell Canada as a sub-contractor for satellite products. With the push towards fiber optics I chose to further develop my skills in the telecommunications industry. The student experience was amazing and I learned from the other students and teachers.




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  • Phone:  514-422-3000