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Faculty of Trades & Technology

Faculty of Trades and Technology

Do you love fixing things and working outside? Crafting art out of wood, landscaping, or repairing appliances? The Faculty of Trades and Technology will give you the specialized training and foundational knowledge you need to put your talent to work in a successful career. KPU is the place where thought meets action, so all our trade programs and courses integrate theory with practical hands-on training.

If you want to work in this industry, the time is right. Construction is booming in British Columbia and the demand for well-trained, business-savvy tradespeople is higher than ever. At our Tech campus in Cloverdale, you can start your future in the skilled trades, advance your career, or upgrade your skills with an apprenticeship program. Ranging from a few weeks to several months, our industry-based programs will prepare you for positions such as electrician, welder, farrier, carpenter, automotive service, mason, metal fabricator, and mechatronics technologist.

News

Jun 20 / 2018
KPU Faculty of Trades & Technology Mechatronics

Kwantlen Polytechnic University (KPU) has opened a new program to train the next generation of technicians needed to control and maintain electronic industrial machinery.

KPU is now...

Apr 6 / 2018
Dr. David Florkowski, Dean of Trades and Technology at KPU with a programmable logic controller

Trades and technology students at Kwantlen Polytechnic University (KPU) will soon be working with new industry-grade equipment thanks to $500,000 from the B.C. Government.

“This...

Feb 28 / 2018
KPU Trades

On-demand water heaters are the next hot home appliance.

Popular in Europe for years, tankless water heaters are becoming steadily more prevalent in North American homes and commercial...

May 24 / 2017
commercial beekeeping program

The sun is shining, the flowers are blooming, and the bees are buzzing and making honey at Kwantlen Polytechnic University (KPU).

The steady drone of honeybees is familiar background noise...