Wayne joined Canada Training Group with over 40 years of knowledge and experience in the Electrical and Instrumentation industry. As a Master Electrician and Journeyman Instrument Mechanic, Wayne offers a unique perspective to training that provides solid theory with practical applications gained through years of work in the industry.

Wayne’s oilfield and agriculture experience encompasses maintenance on process and production equipment, electrical design, project management, and all facets of electrical and instrumentation contracting. His in-depth experience with Arc flash studies, estimating, compliance, safety, trouble-shooting, and diverse types of equipment including VFD's, and PLC's is invaluable in his hands-on teaching with CTG.

As an Instructor with Lakeland College for six years, he focused on the application of code and theory in the workplace to equip students with the tools, knowledge, and trouble-shooting skills they would need in their work. As well, throughout his career, he worked overseas as an instructor and as an Instrumentation/Electrical Consultant.

Recently, as a consultant in the Oilfield and Agriculture industries, Wayne assists companies with Arc flash studies and training of personnel to achieve compliance with safety regulations, thus reducing liability and mitigating risk.


  • Jacob Lazariuk, Fortis Mining Engineering and Manufacturing
    Wayne was great, very personable and knowledgeable. He was very willing to answer questions or discuss problems seen in the field.
  • Rick Burroughs, Blue Ridge Lumber
    I found Wayne to be very informative and the course to be fulfilling.
  • Johnathan Gamble, Total Power
    Wayne did an awesome job making everything easy to understand, as the knowledge level for guys on the course varied greatly.
  • Lawrence Sheard, Trans Northern Pipeline Inc.
    Wayne was very knowledgeable and delivered up-to-date course content.
  • Tavis Bowie, BluEarth Renewables
    Wayne was very patient and accommodating to a variety of skill sets within the students in attendance.
  • Brennan Rathbone, City of Ottawa
    Very knowledgeable instructor. Wayne was easy to relate with and helpful.
  • Darryl Silakiewicz, Keyera
    Wayne did a great job of keeping the course flowing and the class engaged.
  • Adam LeChasseur, GCT Deltaport
    Wayne Jeffrey was by far the best instructor I've ever had in any electrical training session I've taken before.
  • Mohit Mander, KLTP
    Wayne is a wonderful and informative instructor. He made the course very enjoyable and easy to follow.
  • Tom Esopenko, Canfor Pulp
    Wayne was very good, he was able to get class the class interactive and involved in discussion.
  • Adam Brown, Alberta Health Services
    Wayne was clear in his explanations. He helped you think your way through a problem instead of just telling you the answer.
  • Zachary Lee, EDS Pumps & Water Treatment
    Wayne was a great teacher who was very knowledgeable and had a great teaching style. I really enjoyed learning from him.
  • Travis Latell, Alberta Health Services
    Wayne was very knowledgable of the equipment and had great background experience for this course. Wayne also was great at making everyone comfortable, which I believe made for a better learning experience.
  • Kimberley Kenyon, Canfor Pulp
    Wayne was very knowledgeable as per subject, open to all questions, with good introduction and coverage of house "keeping" at the start of the course. I liked how he would ask what happens on our site to create discussion and to help educate everyone is done at our facility.
  • Tyler Skutelnik, Alberta Health Services
    Wayne did a good job explaining the course and answering questions we had.