A Construction Craft Worker installs utility piping, places concrete, constructs roads, performs selective demolition, performs underground work, assists skilled tradespersons such as Carpenters, Bricklayers and Cement Finishers in construction activities, helps Heavy Equipment Operators secure special attachments to equipment, guide operators in moving equipment and perform laboring activities at construction sites. They are employed by a wide variety of general contractors, municipalities, and oil and gas companies.
In order to qualify for a Certificate of Qualification with Red Seal Endorsement and a Certificate of Apprenticeship, the apprentice must complete the following:
|Requirement||Level of Achievement Required|
|Technical Training||Minimum 70% in each level of technical training:
|ITA Interprovincial Red Seal Exam
||4000 hours (Typically about 2 years)
|Recommendation for Certification
||Recommended for certification signed by the Sponsor and an individual holding a credentials eligible for sign-off authority
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