TRADES EXPOSURE CENTRE
The Northern Lights Trades Exposure Centre is a $4 million facility that consists of a service rig (Aurora #69) on a safe well, classroom space space and large scaffolding shop. This allows the Centre the flexibility to meet a variety of training needs, including instruction for its Service Rig Program and Scaffolding Program for high school students, as well as a wide range of training options for industry.
Aurora #69 Service Rig
Aurora #69, named by students enrolled in our Energy 35-5: Orientation to Service Rigs course, is a free-standing single vertical service rig that was donated to Northern Lights Public Schools by Ensign Energy.
It operates on a safe well - a 148-metre 7" case hole filled with fresh water, and uses 2.875" tubing and 1" rod.
The Trades Exposure Centre offers a fully-equipped classroom that includes a SMART Board and wireless Interent access.
There is seating for 12-15 students.
The classroom also includes changerooms/washrooms with showers and lockers.
There is also a small kitchen/coffee area.
The Trades Exposure Centre features a Scaffolding Shop that can be used for a scaffolding training as well as a variety of other training opportunities.
Amenities include washrooms, kitchen area and wireless Internet access.