• SKILL BUILDING

    Professional Certification is rewarding to both you (as an Employer) and your Employee. Especially in certain trades, having Red-Seal certified employees not only increases your quality of service, but also increases the confidence your clients have in you. Anyone looking to get a job well done would prefer a company who provides the services through certified professionals.

    Employers normally feel that getting their existing staff certified or hiring someone locally or from overseas who can be certified upon arrival, would be an expensive or a tedious step. Our company provides a very comprehensive and economical solution for such employers; a step-by-step process is explained below, which will give you a fair idea about each stage. If you are planning to upgrade skills and certification of your existing workers or you are in the process of hiring new workers and would like to have them Job-Ready with all the required certifications, you can contact us for a quote. This expense is an investment you make into your company to gain confidence of your clients, and its financially rewarding, because clients pay more for work done by certified professionals than an uncertified worker.


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    Complete the Job Description form, and submit to our professional staff, you will be contacted within 2 business days by our company with a solution Apply today!


  • TRADE CERTIFICATION

    Trade Assessment Request

    If you have experience as a Trade Worker, Trade Assessment not only get your past experience verified, but also may be eligible to challenge the Red Seal Exam. Please complete the following details and upload your Resume.

    Complete Legal Name:

    Country of Residence:

    Country of Citizenship:

    Residential Address:

    Contact Telephone Number:

    Fax Number:

    Email Address:

    Your Past Work Experience

    Country of Experience:

    Occupation:

    Years of Experience:

     

    If you want to join our online program for Red Seal certification, select your trade from the list below:

     

    Upload Your Resume:



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  • RED SEAL CERTIFICATION

    Source: http://www.red-seal.ca/

    The Red Seal Program, formally known as the Interprovincial Standards Red Seal Program, is a program that sets common standards to assess the skills of tradespeople across Canada. Industry is heavily involved in developing the national standard for each trade. It is a partnership between the federal government and provinces and territories, which are responsible for apprenticeship training and trade certification in their jurisdictions.

    Tradespersons who have successfully passed the Red Seal examination receive a Red Seal endorsement on their provincial/territorial trade certificate. The Red Seal, when affixed to a provincial or territorial trade certificate, indicates that a tradesperson has demonstrated the knowledge required for the national standard in that trade. The Red Seal endorsement promotes excellence to employers, instills pride in skilled workers, and facilitates labour mobility. Certification and Red Seal endorsement of a tradesperson can be confirmed with the provincial or territorial apprenticeship authority that issued the Red Seal.

    The Red Seal Program was created following the first National Conference on Apprenticeship in Trades and Industries, which was held in Ottawa in 1952. Participants recommended that the provinces and territories ask the federal government to work with their apprenticeship committees and officials to prepare standards for the skilled trades


    Source: http://www.red-seal.ca/

    Provinces and territories are responsible for apprenticeship training and trade certification in their respective jurisdictions, including the administration of the Red Seal Program in their jurisdictions (for example, Red Seal examinations). Most provinces and territories use the Red Seal examination as the final certification exam in designated Red Seal trades. The Canadian Council of Directors of Apprenticeship (CCDA) is responsible for the Red Seal Program. All provinces and territories and the federal government participate as members of the CCDA.

    Employment and Social Development Canada (ESDC) sponsors a Red Seal Secretariat to provide strategic and secretariat support to the CCDA and the Red Seal program.


    Source: http://www.red-seal.ca/

    This exam preparation guide is designed to inform you about the Red Seal exam process. The guide provides you information about what to do before taking your Red Seal exam, the exam itself and what happens after you write your exam. The Red Seal exams are developed in collaboration with provinces and territories across the country. However, provincial and territorial apprenticeship authorities are responsible for managing and administering the exams for Red Seal trades (Appendix A). If you meet all the requirements to write the Red Seal exam for your trade, please contact your provincial or territorial office (Appendix B) to register.

    The exam preparation guide also provides strategies for test preparation and study habits. It contains examples of: multiple choice questions, study plan, assessment checklist, and other useful tips to help you prepare for the Red Seal exam.

    Contact your local apprenticeship office for further information and assistance in preparing for your Red Seal exam.


    Source: http://www.red-seal.ca/

    To write the Red Seal exam for your trade, you must meet the requirements of your province or territory. If you are an apprentice or a trade qualifier, eligibility criteria to the Red Seal exam may be different.

    • Apprentice: You are completing an apprenticeship program that has been registered with your provincial or territorial apprenticeship office.
    • Trade qualifier or “challenger”: You are experienced in your trade but you have not completed an apprenticeship program and you are not certified as a journeyperson.

    Note: If you are a foreign national who has previous experience in one of the trades, you may be eligible to challenge the red-seal exam, the first step to challenge this exam, your previous work experience has to be assessed by the concerned provincial body, if you want us to assist you in the process of assessment, click here to submit the form.

    • Journeyperson: You hold a Provincial or Territorial Certificate of Qualification or the equivalent.

    Requirements may also vary by trade. Check your provincial or territorial apprenticeship and certification website (Appendix B) for more information on the criteria that applies to your situation.


    Source: http://www.red-seal.ca/

    The Red Seal exams are administered by the provincial and territorial apprenticeship and certification authorities. You must register at one of their offices in order to write the Red Seal exam.

    Most provinces and territories have application forms available on their website. If you have questions or cannot find the Red Seal exam application form, contact your provincial or territorial apprenticeship office When registering, you may also ask about the following:

    • Exam language

      Choose whether you want to write the exam in English or in French. Confirm with your provincial or territorial office that your copy will be in the language of your choice.

    • Special needs

      If you have special needs, ask about accommodations you may be entitled to when writing the exam. Keep in mind that the request for accommodation has to be made well in advance..


    The cost of the exam varies by province and territory. Your apprenticeship office will let you know the cost when you register for your exam.


    • Book time off

      Schedule enough time off with your employer to avoid being rushed.

    • Getting to the exam

      Make sure you know exactly where and when the exam will take place. Plan ahead and allow yourself plenty of time for traffic, parking, late buses, etc.


    Contact your provincial or territorial apprenticeship office to reschedule your exam.