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Occupation Version Mandatory Implementation
(immediate delivery is optional)
Tool and
Equipment List
Provincial or Inter-Provincial
(Red Seal)
NEW
Revised Related/Essential Skills Suite
September 2012 September 2012 n/a n/a
Automotive Service Technician March 2010 Sept 2010 March 2010 Interprovincial (Red Seal)
April 2005
 
June 2000  
Blaster Sept 2009 Sept 2010 December 2009 Provincial
Boom Truck Operator Dec 2012 Sept 2013 2012  
June 2006 June 2006   Provincial
Bricklayer May 2010 Sept 2011 May 2010 Inter-Provincial (Red Seal)
June 2000  
Cabinetmaker March 2012 Sept 2012 March 2010 Interprovincial (Red Seal)
March 2010  
Sept 2009  
July 2002  
Carpenter March 2010 Sept 2010 March 2010 Interprovincial (Red Seal)
June 2000  
Concrete Finisher Sept 2009 Sept 2009 Sept 2009 Interprovincial (Red Seal)
Construction Electrician March 2013 March 2014 March 2013 Interprovincial (Red Seal)
March 2011
July 2004
 
June 2000  
Cook March 2011 Sept 2011 March 2011 Interprovincial (Red Seal)
Apr 2005
 
June 2000  
Hairstylist December 2012
Sept 2013 December 2012 Interprovincial (Red Seal)
March 2010
 
Sept 2009
 
June 2000  
Heavy Duty Equipment Technician March 2009
Sept 2009 March 2009 Interprovincial (Red Seal)
June 2000  
Heavy Equipment Operator Dec 2009
Sept 2010 Dec 2009 Provincial
Feb 2004  
Industrial Electrician March 2013 March 2014 March 2013 Interprovincial (Red Seal)
March 2011
July 2004  
June 2000  
Industrial Mechanic (Millwright) March 2010 Sept 2010 March 2010 Interprovincial (Red Seal)
Sept 2009
 
March 2005  
June 2000  
Instrumentation and Control Technician
Industrial Instrument Mechanic (previous name)
Dec 2011 Sept 2012 Dec 2011 Inter-Provincial (Red Seal)
Sept 2009
 
July 2004  
June 2003  
Insulator (Heat and Frost) Sept 2010
Sept 2011 Sept 2010 Inter-Provincial (Red Seal)
Sept 2009  
Oct 2007  
Ironworker (Generalist) March 2012 Sept 2012 March 2012 Inter-Provincial (Red Seal)
Sept 2009  
June 2003  
Landscape Horticulturist June 2011 September 2011 2011 Interprovincial
Lather (Interior Systems Mechanic) July 2004 Sept 2004   Interprovincial (Red Seal)
Machinist March 2012
Sept 2012 March 2012 Inter-Provincial (Red Seal)
March 2005  
June 2000  
Metal Fabricator (Fitter)

Steel Fabricator (Fitter) (previous name)
May 2006
Sept 2006   Interprovincial (Red Seal)
June 2000  
Mobile Crane Operator March 2012 Sept 2012 2012 Interprovincial (Red Seal)
April 2005  
June 2000  
Motor Vehicle Body Repairer (Metal & Paint) Dec 2011
Sept 2012 Dec 2011 Interprovincial (Red Seal)
Sept 2009
 
Aug 2007  
June 2000  
Oil Heat System Technician

Oil Burner Mechanic (previous name)
Sept 2009
Sept 2010 Sept 2009 Inter-Provincial (Red Seal)
July 2004  
June 2003  
Painter & Decorator Sept 2009
Sept 2010 Sept 2009 Inter-Provincial (Red Seal)
June 2003  
Plumber March 2011
Sept 2011 March 2011 Interprovincial (Red Seal)
May 2006  
June 2000  
Powerline Technician Aug 2007
Sept 2007   Interprovincial (Red Seal) – Operating
Provincial - Construction
June 2000  
Powerline Technician – Construction May 2010 October 2011 May 2010 Provincial
Powerline Technician – Operating May 2010 October 2011 May 2010 Interprovincial
Process Operator December 2012 September 2013 December 2012 Provincial
June 2011
Refrigeration & Air Conditioning Mechanic May 2006
Sept 2006   Inter-Provincial (Red Seal)
Nov 2004  
June 2000  
Residential Electrician December 2011 September 2012 December 2011 Provincial
June 2000  
Roofer (subject to PACB approval)  

   

Inter-Provincial (Red Seal)
Sheet Metal Worker March 2013 Sept 2013 March 2013 Inter-Provincial (Red Seal)
March 2005 Sept 2005
June 2003  
Small Equipment Service Technician July 2012 Sept 2013 July 2012 Provincial
July 2004  
June 2000  
Sprinkler System Installer March 2010
Sept 2010 March 2010 Interprovincial (Red Seal)
Steamfitter/Pipefitter March 2011
Sept 2011 March 2011 Interprovincial (Red Seal)
May 2006
 
June 2000  
Stonemason June 2000 Sept 2000   Provincial
Tower Crane Operator October 2012 September 2012 Sept 2012 Interprovincial
Truck & Transport Mechanic March 2009 Sept 2009   Inter-Provincial (Red Seal)
June 2000  
Welder March 2013 Sept 2013 March 2013 Inter-Provincial (Red Seal)
Sept 2009
Sept 2010 Sept 2009
May 2006  
June 2000  

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What are Plans of Training?

A Provincial Plan of Apprenticeship Training details the full scope of learning for a particular occupation, including both technical training competencies and industry experiences necessary to write an interprovincial (IP) examination (and complete the requirements for Red Seal Certification), or to write a provincial examination.

Provincial Plans of Training are developed by the Provincial Apprenticeship and Certification Board.

The Provincial Apprenticeship and Certification Board initially designates a new occupation for apprenticeship training, and then establishes an Advisory Committee to develop a Provincial Plan of Training according to National Occupational Analyses or separately-developed skills profiles.

Once developed, Plans of Training are reviewed on a regular basis to ensure that curriculum remains current and meets industry standards. The Provincial Apprenticeship and Certification Board requests input on revisions from educational agencies involved in the delivery of training.

All newly developed or revised Plans of Training, upon approval by the Board, are distributed to educational agencies for delivery an implementation date is established by the Department for the newly developed or revised Plan of Training.

Each Plan of Training contains the following information:

  • entrance requirements;
  • apprenticeship term;
  • duration of in-school and on-the-job training;
  • course content;
  • course designation as entry level or advanced level;
  • Provincial occupation title; and
  • tool and equipment required to support the delivery of the program (under development)

For further information on Plans of Training, please contact the nearest Industrial Training office.

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Private Plans of  Training

A Private Plan of Training is a plan approved and monitored by the Provincial Apprenticeship and Certification Board for an employer by which employees may participate in an occupation and gain time and training credit towards certification in that occupation.

Private Plans of Training are implemented by the employer, and participating employees are registered as apprentices in the apprenticeship occupation.

For further information on Private Plans of Training, please refer to Provincial Apprenticeship and Certification Board Policy 12 PDF PDF, or contact the nearest Industrial Training office.

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