Mechanical Contractors Association of BC
 
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  http://www.mcabc.org/


The Mechanical Contractors Association of British Columbia (MCABC) is here to encourage, promote, strengthen and build the business of mechanical contractors and to develop the associated skilled trades.

Whether you're UA or non UA, established or new to the sector, focus on plumbing, heating, gas installations, HVAC, fire protection, controls, or industrial mechanical, are involved in commercial, industrial, institutional or residential construction, membership in the MCA-BC makes good business sense.

The MCA needs young people now. If you are contemplating a career in construction, the mechanical trades are interested in meeting you. Now is a great time to become an apprentice.
Unlike academic students enrolled in post secondary education, an apprentice begins earning an income on the first day of work with increments every six months until he or she is fully qualified.

The average mechanical skill trades person earns $65,000 per year. It can go even higher with the specialized skill sets. In the mechanical trades, the opportunities are so great that once a person is a qualified journeyman, he or she will probably never be unemployed.

 

 


 
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