• CONSTRUCTION TRADES

    Although there is a long list of construction trades, however, our major focus is in the following trades:

    Brick Layers; Cabinet Makers; Carpenters and Framers; Cement Finishers and Masons; Construction Painters; Drywall Installers & Roofers; Electricians & Industrial Electricians; Glaziers & Insulators; Heating & Air Conditioning Technicians; Heavy Equipment Operators; Iron Workers & Sheet Metal Workers; Pipe Fitters & Plumbers; Supervisors in various Trades and Welders.

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  • Brick Layers

    Bricklayers lay bricks, concrete blocks, stone and other similar materials to construct or repair walls, arches, chimneys, fireplaces and other structures in accordance with blueprints and specifications. They are employed by construction companies and bricklaying contractors or they may be self-employed.


    The following list represents the list of common job titles that belong to the grouping: Bricklayers (NOC 7281)

    • apprentice bricklayer
    • apprentice brickmason
    • apprentice mason
    • artificial stone mason
    • brick and stone mason
    • brick chimney builder
    • bricklayer
    • bricklayer, chimney repair
    • bricklayer, furnace lining
    • bricklayer, kiln repair
    • bricklayer, ladle repair
    • bricklayer, maintenance
    • bricklayer, refractory brick
    • bricklayer, residential
    • bricklayer, smokestacks
    • brickmason
    • brick setter
    • builder, refractory
    • chimney bricklayer
    • chimney repair bricklayer
    • chimney repair stonemason
    • cinder block mason
    • cinder block setter
    • concrete block setter
    • fire brick layer
    • fire brick liner repairer
    • fire brick liner repairman
    • fire brick liner repairwoman
    • fireplace brickmason
    • industrial furnace bricklayer
    • industrial furnace brickmason
    • industrial oven brickmason
    • installer, permastones
    • journeyman bricklayer
    • journeyman brickmason
    • journeyman mason
    • journeyman stonemason
    • journeyman/woman bricklayer
    • journeyman/woman brickmason
    • journeyman/woman mason
    • journeyman/woman stonemason
    • journeywoman bricklayer
    • journeywoman brickmason
    • journeywoman mason
    • journeywoman stonemason
    • layer, fire bricks
    • maintenance bricklayer
    • mason, brick and stone
    • mason, refractory
    • masonry silo erector
    • permastone mason
    • refractory bricklayer
    • refractory brick repairer-mason
    • refractory brick repairman-mason
    • refractory brick repairwoman-mason
    • refractory builder
    • refractory mason
    • residential construction bricklayer
    • restoration stonemason
    • setter, artificial stones
    • setter, simulated stones
    • simulated stone mason
    • smokestack bricklayer
    • stonecutter
    • stonemason
    • stonemason, chimney repair
    • stonemason, restoration
    • stone setter
    • terra cotta mason

    Source: National Occupational Classification 2011 - ESDC


    Bricklayers perform some or all of the following duties:

    • Read sketches and blueprints to calculate materials required
    • Cut and trim bricks and concrete blocks to specification using hand and power tools
    • Prepare and lay bricks, concrete blocks, stone, structural tiles and similar materials to construct or repair walls, foundations and other structures in residential, industrial and commercial construction
    • Lay bricks or other masonry units to build residential or commercial chimneys and fireplaces
    • Lay radial bricks to build masonry shells of industrial chimneys
    • Lay or install firebricks to line industrial chimneys and smokestacks
    • Line or reline furnaces, kilns, boilers and similar installations using refractory or acid-resistant bricks, refractory concretes, plastic refractories and other materials
    • Lay bricks, stone or similar materials to provide veneer facing to walls or other surfaces
    • Construct and install prefabricated masonry units
    • Lay bricks or other masonry units to build patios, garden walls and other decorative installations
    • May restore, clean or paint existing masonry structures.

    Employment requirements are prerequisites generally needed to enter an occupation.

    • Completion of secondary school is usually required.
    • Completion of a three- to four-year apprenticeship program or A combination of over four years of work experience in the trade and some high school, college or industry courses in bricklaying is usually required to be eligible for trade certification.
    • Trade certification for bricklayers is compulsory in Nova Scotia, New Brunswick and Quebec and available, but voluntary, in all other provinces and the Yukon.
    • Trade certification for stonemasons is available, but voluntary, in Newfoundland and Labrador.
    • Trade certification for restoration stone masons is available, but voluntary, in Nova Scotia.
    • Red Seal endorsement is also available to qualified bricklayers upon successful completion of the interprovincial Red Seal examination.

    [Source: National Occupational Classification 2011 - ESDC


    Some provinces and territories regulate certain professions and trades while others do not. If you have a licence to work in one province, your licence may not be accepted in other provinces or territories. Consult the table below to determine in which province or territory your occupation/trade is regulated.

    Location Regulation
    Alberta Regulated (compulsory)
    British Columbia Regulated (compulsory)
    Manitoba Regulated (compulsory)
    New Brunswick Regulated (compulsory)
    Newfoundland and Labrador Regulated (voluntary)
    Northwest Territories Regulated (compulsory)
    Nova Scotia Regulated (compulsory)
    Nunavut Regulated (voluntary)
    Ontario Regulated (voluntary)
    Prince Edward Island Regulated (voluntary)
    Québec Regulated (compulsory)
    Saskatchewan Regulated (voluntary)
    Yukon Regulated (voluntary)
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  • CABINET MAKERS

    Cabinetmakers use a variety of woods and laminates to construct and repair wooden cabinets, furniture, fixtures and related products. They are employed by furniture manufacturing or repair companies, construction companies and cabinetmaking contractors, or they may be self-employed.


    The following list represents the list of common job titles that belong to the grouping: Cabinetmakers (NOC 7272)

    • cabinetmaker
    • cabinetmaker apprentice
    • custom desk maker, wood
    • custom frame and mirror assembler
    • custom piano case maker
    • custom wooden desk maker
    • custom wood furniture maker
    • furniture cabinetmaker
    • jig builder - wood products manufacturing
    • journeyman cabinetmaker
    • journeyman/woman cabinetmaker
    • journeywoman cabinetmaker
    • layout marker - cabinetmaking
    • model maker, wood
    • mouldmaker, wood
    • patternmaker, wood
    • pattern repairman - foundry
    • pattern repairman/woman - foundry
    • pattern repairwoman - foundry
    • tradesman cabinetmaker
    • tradesman/woman cabinetmaker
    • tradeswoman cabinetmaker
    • wood furniture and fixtures patternmaker
    • wood model maker
    • wood mould maker
    • wood pattern inspector
    • wood patternmaker
    • wood pattern repairman - foundry
    • wood pattern repairman/woman - foundry
    • wood pattern repairwoman - foundry
    • Source: National Occupational Classification 2011 - ESDC

    Cabinetmakers perform some or all of the following duties:

    • Study plans, specifications or drawings of articles to be made, or prepare specifications
    • Mark outlines or dimensions of parts on wood
    • Operate woodworking machines, such as power saws, jointers, mortisers and shapers, and use hand tools to cut, shape and form parts and components
    • Trim joints and fit parts and subassemblies together to form complete unit using glue and clamps and reinforce joints using nails, screws or other fasteners
    • Sand wooden surfaces and apply veneer, stain or polish to finished products
    • Repair or restyle wooden furniture, fixtures and related products
    • May estimate amount, type and cost of materials required.

    Employment requirements are prerequisites generally needed to enter an occupation.

    • Completion of secondary school is usually required.
    • Completion of a four-year apprenticeship program or A combination of over four years of work experience in the trade and some high school or college courses in cabinetmaking is usually required to be eligible for trade certification.
    • Trade certification is available, but voluntary, in all provinces and territories.
    • Red Seal endorsement is also available to qualified cabinetmakers upon successful completion of the interprovincial Red Seal examination.

    Source: National Occupational Classification 2011 - ESDC


    Some provinces and territories regulate certain professions and trades while others do not. If you have a licence to work in one province, your licence may not be accepted in other provinces or territories. Consult the table below to determine in which province or territory your occupation/trade is regulated.

    Location Regulation
    Alberta Regulated (compulsory)
    British Columbia Regulated (compulsory)
    Manitoba Regulated (compulsory)
    New Brunswick Regulated (voluntary)
    Newfoundland and Labrador Regulated (compulsory)
    Northwest Territories Regulated (voluntary)
    Nova Scotia Regulated (compulsory)
    Nunavut Regulated (compulsory)
    Ontario Regulated (voluntary)
    Prince Edward Island Regulated (voluntary)
    Québec Regulated (compulsory)
    Saskatchewan Regulated (voluntary)
    Yukon Regulated (voluntary)

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  • CARPENTERS AND FARMERS

    Carpenters construct, erect, install, maintain and repair structures and components of structures made of wood, wood substitutes, lightweight steel and other materials. They are employed by construction companies, carpentry contractors, and maintenance departments of factories, plants and other establishments, or they may b


    • access floor specialist carpenter
    • apprentice boat carpenter
    • apprentice carpenter
    • apprentice carpenter-joiner
    • boat carpenter
    • boat joiner
    • boatbuilder, wood
    • boatbuilding apprentice
    • bridge carpenter
    • builder, wooden boats
    • building addition carpenter
    • building carpenter
    • carpenter
    • carpenter lead hand
    • carpenter rough
    • carpenter, bridges
    • carpenter, building additions
    • carpenter, concrete forms
    • carpenter, floor systems
    • carpenter, framing
    • carpenter, houses
    • carpenter, interior finish
    • carpenter, interior systems
    • carpenter, log homes
    • carpenter, maintenance
    • carpenter, manufactured houses
    • carpenter, mill
    • carpenter, mine
    • carpenter, plant
    • carpenter, prefabricated structures
    • carpenter, railway rolling stock
    • carpenter, renovation
    • carpenter, restoration
    • carpenter, shipbuilding
    • carpenter, studio
    • carpenter-joiner
    • carpentry repairman/woman
    • concrete forms carpenter
    • construction carpenter
    • dock carpenter
    • finish carpenter
    • floor systems carpenter
    • form builder – carpentry
    • form carpenter
    • framer-carpenter
    • framing carpenter
    • house carpenter
    • interior finish carpenter
    • interior finish joiner
    • interior systems carpenter
    • interior trimmer carpenter
    • joiner, railway rolling stock
    • journeyman/woman carpenter
    • log home carpenter
    • log home carpenter-builder
    • maintenance carpenter
    • maintenance carpenter-joiner
    • maintenance joiner
    • metal framer – carpentry
    • mill carpenter
    • mine carpenter
    • plant carpenter
    • prefabricated house carpenter
    • renovation carpenter
    • restoration carpenter
    • rough carpenter
    • ship joiner
    • shipbuilding carpenter
    • shipbuilding joiner
    • shipwright, wood
    • sign carpenter
    • stage carpenter
    • stair builder-carpenter
    • stairway carpenter
    • steel framer – carpentry
    • steel stud framer – carpentry
    • studio carpenter
    • wood frame carpenter
    • wood frame house carpenter
    • wood shipwright
    • wooden boatbuilder

    Source: National Occupational Classification 2011 - ESDC


    Carpenters perform some or all of the following duties:

    • Read and interpret blueprints, drawings and sketches to determine specifications and calculate requirements
    • Prepare layouts in conformance to building codes, using measuring tools
    • Measure, cut, shape, assemble and join materials made of wood, wood substitutes, lightweight steel and other materials
    • Build foundations, install floor beams, lay subflooring and erect walls and roof systems
    • Fit and install trim items, such as doors, stairs, moulding and hardware
    • Maintain, repair and renovate residences and wooden structures in mills, mines, hospitals, industrial plants and other establishments
    • Supervise apprentices and other construction workers
    • May prepare cost estimates for clients.

    • Completion of secondary school is usually required.
    • Completion of a three- to four-year apprenticeship program or A combination of over four years of work experience in the trade and some high school, college or industry courses in carpentry is usually required to be eligible for trade certification.
    • Trade certification for carpenters is compulsory in Quebec and available, but voluntary, in all other provinces and the territories.
    • Trade certification for framers is available, but voluntary, in Saskatchewan.
    • Red Seal endorsement is also available to qualified carpenters upon successful completion of the interprovincial Red Seal examination.

    Some provinces and territories regulate certain professions and trades while others do not. If you have a licence to work in one province, your licence may not be accepted in other provinces or territories. Consult the table below to determine in which province or territory your occupation/trade is regulated.

    Location Regulation
    Alberta Regulated (compulsory)
    British Columbia Regulated (compulsory)
    Manitoba Regulated (compulsory)
    New Brunswick Regulated (compulsory)
    Newfoundland and Labrador Regulated (voluntary)
    Northwest Territories Regulated (compulsory)
    Nova Scotia Regulated (compulsory)
    Nunavut Regulated (voluntary)
    Ontario Regulated (voluntary)
    Prince Edward Island Regulated (voluntary)
    Québec Regulated (compulsory)
    Saskatchewan Regulated (voluntary)
    Yukon Regulated (voluntary)
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  • CEMENT FINISHERS & MASONS

    Concrete finishers smooth and finish freshly poured concrete, apply curing or surface treatments and install, maintain and restore various masonry structures such as foundations, floors, ceilings, sidewalks, roads, patios and highrise buildings. They are employed by construction companies, cement and concrete contractors and manufacturers of precast concrete products, or they may be self-employed.


    The following list represents the list of common job titles that belong to the grouping: Concrete finishers (NOC 7282)

    • apprentice cement finisher
    • cement finisher
    • cement finisher apprentice
    • cement mason
    • cement mason apprentice
    • cement mason, highways and streets
    • cement mason, maintenance
    • concrete finisher
    • concrete finisher apprentice
    • concrete floor finisher
    • concrete mason
    • concrete patcher-finisher
    • concrete polisher
    • concrete smoother-finisher
    • finisher, cement
    • finisher, concrete
    • finisher, concrete floors
    • finisher, concrete products
    • highway and street cement mason
    • journeyman cement finisher
    • journeyman/woman cement finisher
    • journeywoman cement finisher
    • maintenance cement mason
    • mason, cement
    • mason, concrete
    • precast concrete finisher
    • sidewalk concrete finisher

    Concrete finishers perform some or all of the following duties:

    • Check formwork, granular base and steel reinforcement materials and direct placement of concrete into forms or onto surfaces according to grade
    • Fill hollows and remove high spots to smooth freshly poured concrete
    • Operate power vibrator to compact concrete
    • Level top surface of concrete according to grade and depth specifications using straightedge or float
    • Impart desired finish to concrete surfaces using hand and power tools
    • Install anchor bolts, steel plates, door sills and other fixtures in freshly poured concrete
    • Apply hardening and sealing compounds to cure surface of concrete
    • Waterproof, damp-proof and restore concrete surfaces
    • Repair, resurface and replace worn or damaged sections of floors, walls, roads and other concrete structures.

    Employment requirements are prerequisites generally needed to enter an occupation.

    • Completion of secondary school is usually required.
    • Completion of a two- to four-year apprenticeship program or Over three years of work experience in the trade and some high school, college or industry courses in cement finishing are usually required to be eligible for trade certification.
    • Trade certification for concrete finishers is compulsory in Quebec and available, but voluntary, in Newfoundland and Labrador, Nova Scotia, Prince Edward Island, New Brunswick, Manitoba, Alberta and British Columbia.
    • Trade certification for cement masons is available, but voluntary, in Ontario.
    • Red Seal endorsement is also available to qualified concrete finishers upon successful completion of the interprovincial Red Seal examination.

    Some provinces and territories regulate certain professions and trades while others do not. If you have a licence to work in one province, your licence may not be accepted in other provinces or territories. Consult the table below to determine in which province or territory your occupation/trade is regulated.

    Location Regulation
    Alberta Regulated (compulsory)
    British Columbia Regulated (compulsory)
    Manitoba Regulated (compulsory)
    New Brunswick Regulated (voluntary)
    Newfoundland and Labrador Regulated (voluntary)
    Northwest Territories Regulated (compulsory)
    Nova Scotia Regulated (voluntary)
    Nunavut Regulated (voluntary)
    Ontario Regulated (voluntary)
    Prince Edward Island Regulated (voluntary)
    Québec Regulated (compulsory)
    Saskatchewan Regulated (voluntary)
    Yukon Regulated (voluntary)

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  • PAINTERS

    Painters and decorators apply paint, wallpaper and other finishes to interior and exterior surfaces of buildings and other structures. They are employed by construction companies, painting contractors and building maintenance contractors, or they may be self-employed.


    The following list represents the list of common job titles that belong to the grouping: Painters and decorators (except interior decorators) (NOC 7294)

    • apprentice industrial painter and decorator
    • apprentice painter and decorator
    • bridge painter
    • building painter
    • commercial building painter
    • commercial construction painter
    • construction painter
    • house painter
    • industrial construction painter
    • industrial maintenance painter
    • journeyman painter and decorator
    • journeyman/woman painter and decorator
    • journeywoman painter and decorator
    • maintenance painter
    • maintenance painter, plant
    • painter
    • painter and decorator
    • painter and decorator apprentice
    • painter and paperhanger
    • painter, commercial buildings
    • painter, commercial construction
    • painter, construction
    • painter-decorator
    • painter, industrial construction
    • painter, maintenance
    • painter, residential construction
    • paperhanger
    • plant maintenance painter
    • residential construction painter
    • residential painter
    • roof painter
    • rough painter - construction
    • specialized painter and decorator

    Source: National Occupational Classification 2011 - ESDC


    Painters and decorators perform some or all of the following duties:

    • Read specifications to determine quantities of materials required
    • Prepare and clean surfaces using methods such as scraping, sanding, sandblasting, hydro-blasting and steam-cleaning; remove old wallpaper and loose paint; repair cracks and holes in walls; and sandpaper and apply sealer
    • Mix and thin paint to obtain desired colour and texture
    • Apply paint or other materials, such as stains, lacquer, enamel, oil, varnish, fibreglass, metal coating or fire retardant using brushes, rollers or spray equipment
    • Measure, cut and apply wallpaper or fabric to walls
    • Assemble and erect scaffolding and swing stages
    • May advise customer on selection of colour schemes and choice of wall coverings
    • May provide cost estimates to clients.

    Employment requirements are prerequisites generally needed to enter an occupation.

    • Completion of secondary school is usually required.
    • Completion of a three- to four-year apprenticeship program or Over three years of work experience in the trade is usually required to be eligible for trade certification.
    • Trade certification for painters and decorators is compulsory in Quebec and available, but voluntary, in all other provinces and the territories.
    • Red Seal endorsement is also available to qualified painters and decorators upon successful completion of the interprovincial Red Seal examination.

    Source: National Occupational Classification 2011 - ESDC


    Some provinces and territories regulate certain professions and trades while others do not. If you have a licence to work in one province, your licence may not be accepted in other provinces or territories. Consult the table below to determine in which province or territory your occupation/trade is regulated.

    Location Regulation
    Alberta Regulated (compulsory)
    British Columbia Regulated (voluntary)
    Manitoba Regulated (compulsory)
    New Brunswick Regulated (voluntary)
    Newfoundland and Labrador Regulated (voluntary)
    Northwest Territories Regulated (compulsory)
    Nova Scotia Regulated (voluntary)
    Nunavut Regulated (compulsory)
    Ontario Regulated (voluntary)
    Prince Edward Island Regulated (voluntary)
    Québec Regulated (compulsory)
    Saskatchewan Regulated (voluntary)
    Yukon Regulated (voluntary)

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  • DRYWALL INSTALLERS & ROOFERS

    DRYWALL INSTALLERS

    Plasterers apply finish, and maintain and restore plaster or similar materials, on interior and exterior walls, ceilings and building partitions to produce plain or decorative surfaces. Drywall installers and finishers install and finish drywall sheets and various types of ceiling systems. Lathers install support framework for ceiling systems, interior and exterior walls and building partitions. They are employed by construction companies and by plastering, drywalling and lathing contractors, or they may be self-employed.


    The following list represents the list of common job titles that belong to the grouping: Plasterers, drywall installers and finishers and lathers (NOC 7284)

    • acoustical ceiling installer
    • acoustic tile and drywall installer
    • acoustic tile installer
    • apprentice drywall applicator
    • apprentice installer and finisher, drywall
    • apprentice plasterer
    • ceiling installer
    • ceiling system installer
    • drywall and acoustic mechanic
    • drywall and ceiling system installer
    • drywall and lather applicator
    • drywall applicator
    • drywall finisher
    • drywall finisher apprentice
    • drywall hanger
    • drywall installer
    • drywall installer and finisher
    • drywall installer and finisher apprentice
    • drywall installer lead hand
    • drywall installer team leader
    • drywall interior systems installer
    • drywall mechanic
    • drywall nailer
    • drywall nailing person
    • drywall taper
    • exterior plasterer
    • finisher, drywall
    • finish plasterer
    • fireproofing applicator
    • fireproofing plasterer
    • gyproc applicator
    • gypsum lather
    • gypsum plasterboard applicator
    • installer and finisher, drywall
    • installer, drywall interior systems
    • interior drywall installer
    • interior systems installer, drywall
    • journeyman drywall installer
    • journeyman lather
    • journeyman plasterer
    • journeyman/woman drywall installer
    • journeyman/woman lather
    • journeyman/woman plasterer
    • journeywoman drywall installer
    • journeywoman lather
    • journeywoman plasterer
    • lather
    • lather applicator
    • lather apprentice
    • lather (interior systems mechanic)
    • lather-mechanic, interior systems
    • metal lather
    • moulding plasterer
    • ornamental plasterer
    • plasterer
    • plasterer apprentice
    • plasterer-decorator
    • plasterer, finish
    • plasterer, fireproofing
    • plasterer, moulding
    • plasterer, stucco
    • sheetrock applicator
    • stucco lather
    • stucco plasterer
    • taper, drywall
    • wall and ceiling installer
    • wallboard installer
    • wallboard taper
    • wire lather
    • wood lather

    Plasterers perform some or all of the following duties:

    • Clean and prepare surfaces
    • Mix plaster ingredients in trough to desired consistency
    • Apply, level and smooth coats of plaster using trowels, floats, brushes and spraying equipment
    • Trowel or spray coats of stucco over exteriors of buildings to form weatherproof surfaces
    • Finish corners and angles and create decorative designs in finish coat, if required
    • Cure freshly plastered surfaces
    • Mould and install ornamental plaster panels, cornices and trim
    • Spray acoustic materials or texture finish over walls and ceilings.

    Drywall installers and finishers perform some or all of the following duties:

    • Measure, cut and fit drywall sheets for installation on walls and ceilings
    • Position and secure sheets to metal or wooden studs or joists
    • Cut and install metal corner beads to protect exterior corners
    • Fill joints, nail indentations, holes and cracks with joint compound using trowel and broad knife
    • Tape over joints using taping machine and embed tape in compound
    • Smooth out excess compound and allow coat to dry
    • Apply successive coats of compound and sand seams and joints
    • Fabricate and install suspended metal ceiling grids and place in panels to form acoustical and coffered ceilings.

    Lathers perform some or all of the following duties:

    • Prepare wall and ceiling layouts
    • Install metal stud framing and furring for interior drywall or plaster walls and ceilings, using hand and power tools
    • Attach metal or gypsum lath to studs or furring using nails, screws, clips or wire ties
    • Cut openings in lath for heating and ventilation piping, ducts and electrical outlets
    • Install corner beads and wire mesh around beams to which plaster is to be applied
    • May install acoustic tile, hangers for suspended ceilings and metal studs for composition wallboard or lath.

    Employment requirements are prerequisites generally needed to enter an occupation.

    • Completion of secondary school is usually required.
    • Completion of a three- or four-year apprenticeship program in plastering, drywalling or lathing or A combination of over three years of work experience and some high school, college or industry courses in plastering, drywalling or lathing is usually required.
    • Plasterer trade certification is compulsory in Quebec and available, but voluntary, in Ontario, Saskatchewan and British Columbia.
    • Drywall installer and finisher trade certification is available, but voluntary, in British Columbia.
    • Trade certification for lathers (interior systems mechanics) is compulsory in Quebec and available, but voluntary, in all other provinces and the Yukon.
    • Red Seal endorsement is also available to qualified lathers (interior systems mechanic) upon successful completion of the interprovincial Red Seal examination.

    Some provinces and territories regulate certain professions and trades while others do not. If you have a licence to work in one province, your licence may not be accepted in other provinces or territories. Consult the table below to determine in which province or territory your occupation/trade is regulated.

    Location Regulation
    Alberta Regulated (compulsory)
    British Columbia Regulated (compulsory)
    Manitoba Regulated (compulsory)
    New Brunswick Regulated (voluntary)
    Newfoundland and Labrador Regulated (voluntary)
    Northwest Territories Regulated (compulsory)
    Nova Scotia Regulated (voluntary)
    Nunavut Regulated (voluntary)
    Ontario Regulated (voluntary)
    Prince Edward Island Regulated (voluntary)
    Québec Regulated (compulsory)
    Saskatchewan Regulated (voluntary)
    Yukon Regulated (voluntary)

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    ROOFERS

    Roofers install, repair or replace flat roofs and shingles, shakes or other roofing tiles on sloped roofs. Shinglers install and replace shingles, tiles and similar coverings on sloped roofs. They are employed by roofing and general contractors, or they may be self-employed.


    The following list represents the list of common job titles that belong to the grouping: Roofers and shinglers (NOC 7291)

    • apprentice roofer
    • apprentice shingle roofer
    • asphalt roofer
    • asphalt shingler
    • asphalt shingle roofer
    • built-up flat roofer
    • built-up roofer
    • cedar shakes shingler
    • cedar shingler
    • composition roofer
    • flat roofer
    • gravel roofer
    • journeyman roofer
    • journeyman/woman roofer
    • journeywoman roofer
    • mechanic, roofing
    • metal roofer
    • residential building shingler
    • residential steep roofer
    • roofer
    • roofer and waterproofer
    • roofer, asphalt
    • roofer, asphalt and gravel
    • roofer, asphalt shingles
    • roofer, built-up flat
    • roofer, gravel
    • roofer, metal
    • roofer, shingles
    • roofer trainee
    • roofer, wood shingle
    • roofing mechanic
    • roof tiler
    • shingler
    • shingler, asphalt
    • shingler, cedar
    • shingler, cedar shakes
    • shingle roofer
    • shingler trainee
    • shingler, wood
    • single-ply roofer
    • tar and gravel roofer
    • tar roofer
    • tile roofer
    • tiler, roofs
    • waterproofer and roofer
    • wood shingler
    • wood shingle roofer

    Roofers perform some or all of the following duties:

    • Install, repair or replace built-up roofing systems using materials such as asphalt saturated felts and hot asphalt and gravel
    • Install, repair or replace single-ply roofing system using waterproof sheet materials such as modified plastics, elastomeric or other asphaltic compositions
    • Install, repair or replace shingles, shakes and other roofing tiles on sloped roofs of buildings
    • Install sheet metal flashings
    • Apply waterproof coatings to concrete or other masonry surfaces below or above ground level
    • Install and repair metal roofs using hand and power tools
    • Set up scaffolding to provide safe access to roofs
    • May estimate materials required and quote costs.

    Shinglers perform some or all of the following duties:

    • Install or replace asphalt shingles, wood shingles and shakes and masonry or baked clay roofing tiles on sloped roofs of buildings
    • Set up scaffolding to provide safe access to roofs.

    Employment requirements are prerequisites generally needed to enter an occupation.

    • Completion of secondary school is usually required.
    • For roofers, completion of a two- to three-year apprenticeship program or Over three years of work experience in the trade are usually required to be eligible for trade certification.
    • Roofing trade certification is compulsory in Quebec and available, but voluntary, in all other provinces and the territories.
    • Trade certification for residential steep roofers is available, but voluntary, in British Columbia.
    • Red Seal endorsement is also available to qualified roofers upon successful completion of the interprovincial Red Seal examination.
    • Shinglers require one to two years of on-the-job training.

    Source: National Occupational Classification 2011 - ESDC


    Some provinces and territories regulate certain professions and trades while others do not. If you have a licence to work in one province, your licence may not be accepted in other provinces or territories. Consult the table below to determine in which province or territory your occupation/trade is regulated.

    Location Regulation
    Alberta Regulated (compulsory)
    British Columbia Regulated (compulsory)
    Manitoba Regulated (compulsory)
    New Brunswick Regulated (voluntary)
    Newfoundland and Labrador Regulated (voluntary)
    Northwest Territories Regulated (compulsory)
    Nova Scotia Regulated (voluntary)
    Nunavut Regulated (compulsory)
    Ontario Regulated (voluntary)
    Prince Edward Island Regulated (voluntary)
    Québec Regulated (compulsory)
    Saskatchewan Regulated (voluntary)
    Yukon Regulated (voluntary)

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  • ELECTRICIANS & INDUSTRIAL ELECTRICIANS

    ELECTRICIAN

    Electricians in this unit group lay out, assemble, install, test, troubleshoot and repair electrical wiring, fixtures, control devices and related equipment in buildings and other structures. They are employed by electrical contractors and maintenance departments of buildings and other establishments, or they may be self-employed.


    The following list represents the list of common job titles that belong to the grouping: Electricians (except industrial and power system) (NOC 7241)

    • apprentice construction electrician
    • apprentice electrician
    • apprentice electrician, construction
    • building construction electrician
    • building electrician
    • construction and maintenance electrician
    • construction electrician
    • construction electrician apprentice
    • domestic and rural electrician
    • electrical fixtures installer
    • electrical wirer, construction
    • electrical wiring installer - construction
    • electrician
    • electrician, building construction
    • electrician, construction and maintenance
    • electrician, institution
    • electrician - troubleshooter
    • journeyman construction electrician
    • journeyman/woman construction electrician
    • journeywoman construction electrician
    • residential construction wirer
    • residential wireman
    • residential wireman/woman
    • residential wirewoman
    • wirer, residential construction
    • wiring electrician

    Electricians in this unit group perform some or all of the following duties:

    • Read and interpret drawings, circuit diagrams and electrical code specifications to determine wiring layouts for new or existing installations
    • Pull wire through conduits and through holes in walls and floors
    • Install brackets and hangers to support electrical equipment
    • Install, replace and repair lighting fixtures and electrical control and distribution equipment, such as switches, relays and circuit breaker panels
    • Splice, join and connect wire to fixtures and components to form circuits
    • Test continuity of circuits using test equipment to ensure compatibility and safety of system, following installation, replacement or repair
    • Troubleshoot and isolate faults in electrical and electronic systems and remove and replace faulty components
    • Connect electrical power to audio and visual communication equipment, signalling devices and heating and cooling systems
    • Conduct preventive maintenance programs and keep maintenance records.

    Employment requirements are prerequisites generally needed to enter an occupation.

    • Completion of secondary school is usually required.
    • Completion of a four- to five-year apprenticeship program is usually required.
    • Trade certification for construction electricians is compulsory in Newfoundland and Labrador, Nova Scotia, Prince Edward Island, New Brunswick, Quebec, Ontario, Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta and available, but voluntary, in British Columbia, the Yukon, the Northwest Territories and Nunavut.
    • Trade certification for electricians (domestic and rural) is compulsory in Newfoundland and Labrador and Ontario.
    • Trade certification for electrical control (machine) builders is available, but voluntary, in Ontario.
    • Red Seal endorsement is also available to qualified construction electricians upon successful completion of the interprovincial Red Seal examination.

    Some provinces and territories regulate certain professions and trades while others do not. If you have a licence to work in one province, your licence may not be accepted in other provinces or territories. Consult the table below to determine in which province or territory your occupation/trade is regulated.

    Location Regulation
    Alberta Regulated (compulsory)
    British Columbia Regulated (compulsory)
    Manitoba Regulated (compulsory)
    New Brunswick Regulated (compulsory)
    Newfoundland and Labrador Regulated (compulsory)
    Northwest Territories Regulated (compulsory)
    Nova Scotia Regulated (compulsory)
    Nunavut Regulated (compulsory)
    Ontario Regulated (compulsory)
    Prince Edward Island Regulated (compulsory)
    Québec Regulated (compulsory)
    Saskatchewan Regulated (compulsory)
    Yukon Regulated (voluntary)

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    INDUSTRIAL ELECTRICIAN

    Industrial electricians install, maintain, test, troubleshoot and repair industrial electrical equipment and associated electrical and electronic controls. They are employed by electrical contractors and maintenance departments of factories, plants, mines, shipyards and other industrial establishments.


    The following list represents the list of common job titles that belong to the grouping: Industrial electricians (NOC 7242)

    • apprentice industrial electrician
    • apprentice marine electrician
    • diesel electrician - railway
    • electrical repairer, crane maintenance
    • electrical repairer, industrial
    • electrical repairer, machine shop
    • electrical repairman, crane maintenance
    • electrical repairman, industrial
    • electrical repairman, machine shop
    • electrical repairwoman, crane maintenance
    • electrical repairwoman, industrial
    • electrical repairwoman, machine shop
    • electrician, industrial
    • electrician, plant maintenance
    • electrician - rail transport
    • electrician, shipyard
    • electric signal repairer - railway
    • electric signal repairman - railway
    • electric signal repairwoman - railway
    • industrial electrician
    • industrial electrician apprentice
    • industrial electrician lead hand
    • journeyman industrial electrician
    • journeyman/woman industrial electrician
    • journeywoman industrial electrician
    • maintenance electrician - industrial
    • marine electrician
    • marine equipment electrician
    • marine wireman
    • marine wireman/woman
    • marine wirewoman
    • mill electrician
    • mine electrician
    • plant electrician
    • plant maintenance electrician
    • railway signal installer
    • railway signal maintainer
    • rig electrician
    • ship's electrician
    • ship's electrician - shipbuilding and repair
    • ship's electrician - water transport
    • shipyard electrician
    • signal maintainer, railway

    Industrial electricians perform some or all of the following duties:

    • Read and interpret drawings, blueprints, schematics and electrical code specifications to determine layout of industrial electrical equipment installations
    • Install, examine, replace or repair electrical wiring, receptacles, switch boxes, conduits, feeders, fibre-optic and coaxial cable assemblies, lighting fixtures and other electrical components
    • Test electrical and electronic equipment and components for continuity, current, voltage and resistance
    • Maintain, repair, install and test switchgear, transformers, switchboard meters, regulators and reactors
    • Maintain, repair, test and install electrical motors, generators, alternators, industrial storage batteries and hydraulic and pneumatic electrical control systems
    • Troubleshoot, maintain and repair industrial, electrical and electronic control systems and other related devices
    • Conduct preventive maintenance programs and keep maintenance records
    • May install, maintain and calibrate industrial instrumentation and related devices.

    Employment requirements are prerequisites generally needed to enter an occupation.

    • Completion of secondary school is usually required.
    • Completion of a four- or five-year industrial electrician apprenticeship program or A combination of over five years of work experience in the trade and some high school, college or industry courses in industrial electrical equipment is usually required to be eligible for trade certification.
    • Trade certification for industrial electricians is compulsory in Prince Edward Island, Quebec and Manitoba and available, but voluntary, in Newfoundland and Labrador, Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, Ontario, British Columbia and the Yukon.
    • Additional construction electrician certification may be required for industrial electricians when the employers are not owners of the industrial electrical equipment.
    • Red Seal endorsement is also available to qualified industrial electricians upon successful completion of the interprovincial Red Seal examination.

    Some provinces and territories regulate certain professions and trades while others do not. If you have a licence to work in one province, your licence may not be accepted in other provinces or territories. Consult the table below to determine in which province or territory your occupation/trade is regulated.

    Location Regulation
    Alberta Regulated (voluntary)
    British Columbia Regulated (compulsory)
    Manitoba Regulated (compulsory)
    New Brunswick Regulated (compulsory)
    Newfoundland and Labrador Regulated (voluntary)
    Northwest Territories Regulated (compulsory)
    Nova Scotia Regulated (voluntary)
    Nunavut Regulated (voluntary)
    Ontario Regulated (voluntary)
    Prince Edward Island Regulated (voluntary)
    Québec Regulated (compulsory)
    Saskatchewan Regulated (voluntary)
    Yukon Regulated (voluntary)

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  • GLAZIERS & INSULATORS

    GLAZIERS

    Glaziers cut, fit, install and replace glass in residential, commercial and industrial buildings, on exterior walls of buildings and other structures and in furniture and other products. They are employed by construction glass installation contractors, retail service and repair shops and glass fabrication shops, or they may be self-employed.


    The following list represents the list of common job titles that belong to the grouping: Glaziers (NOC 7292)

    • apprentice glazier
    • building glass glazier
    • building glazier
    • curtain wall glazier
    • glass and metal mechanic
    • glass installer-glazier
    • glass setter - construction
    • glass wallcovering installer
    • glass wall installer
    • glass worker
    • glass worker apprentice
    • glazier
    • glazier and metal mechanic
    • glazier and metal mechanic apprentice
    • glazier apprentice
    • glazier, building
    • glazier, curtain walls
    • glazier, exterior walls
    • glazier, plate glass
    • glazier, stained glass
    • glazier, structural glass
    • glazier, window sash and frame
    • installer, glass wallcoverings
    • installer, glass walls
    • installer, structural glass
    • journeyman glazier
    • journeyman/woman glazier
    • journeywoman glazier
    • leaded glass glazier
    • mirror wall installer
    • plate glass installer
    • stained glass glazier
    • structural glass glazier
    • structural glass installer
    • window sash and frame glazier

    Glaziers perform some or all of the following duties:

    • Read and interpret blueprints and specifications to determine type and thickness of glass, frame, installation procedure and materials required
    • Measure and mark glass and cut glass using glass cutters or computerized cutter
    • Tint glass and create patterns on glass by etching, sandblasting or painting designs
    • Assemble, erect and dismantle scaffolds, rigging and hoisting equipment
    • Position glass panes into frames and secure glass using clips, points or mouldings
    • Assemble and install prefabricated glass, mirrors or glass products on walls, ceilings or exteriors of building
    • Fabricate metal frames for glass installation
    • Install, fit, fabricate and attach architectural metals or related substitute products in commercial and residential buildings
    • Install pre-cut mirrors and opaque and transparent glass panels in frames to form exterior walls of buildings
    • Replace glass in furniture and other products
    • Prepare and install skylights, showcases and aquariums and stained or other special glass in churches, museums, sports and other establishments
    • Repair and service residential windows, commercial aluminum doors and other glass supporting structures, and replace damaged glass or faulty sealant
    • May prepare cost estimates for customers or clients.

    Employment requirements are prerequisites generally needed to enter an occupation.

    • Completion of secondary school is usually required.
    • Completion of a three- or four-year apprenticeship program or A combination of over four years of work experience in the trade and some high school, college or industry courses in glazing is usually required to be eligible for trade certification.
    • Trade certification for glaziers is compulsory in Quebec and available, but voluntary, in all other provinces and the territories.
    • Red Seal endorsement is also available to qualified glaziers upon successful completion of the interprovincial Red Seal examination.

    Some provinces and territories regulate certain professions and trades while others do not. If you have a licence to work in one province, your licence may not be accepted in other provinces or territories. Consult the table below to determine in which province or territory your occupation/trade is regulated.

    Location Regulation
    Alberta Regulated (compulsory)
    British Columbia Regulated (compulsory)
    Manitoba Regulated (compulsory)
    New Brunswick Regulated (voluntary)
    Newfoundland and Labrador Regulated (voluntary)
    Northwest Territories Regulated (compulsory)
    Nova Scotia Regulated (voluntary)
    Nunavut Regulated (compulsory)
    Ontario Regulated (voluntary)
    Prince Edward Island Regulated (voluntary)
    Québec Regulated (compulsory)
    Saskatchewan Regulated (voluntary)
    Yukon Regulated (voluntary)

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    INSULATORS

    Insulators apply insulation materials to plumbing, air-handling, heating, cooling and refrigeration systems, piping equipment and pressure vessels, and walls, floors and ceilings of buildings and other structures, to prevent or reduce the passage of heat, cold, sound or fire. They are employed by construction companies and insulation contractors, or they may be self-employed.


    The following list represents the list of common job titles that belong to the grouping: Insulators (NOC 7293)

    • apprentice insulator
    • asbestos insulator
    • boat and ship insulator
    • boiler and pipe insulator
    • boiler insulator
    • building insulator
    • cork insulation installer
    • fibreglass insulation installer
    • fire protection insulator
    • firestopping insulator
    • foamed insulation applicator
    • heat and frost insulator
    • installer, insulation
    • insulation applicator
    • insulation installer
    • insulation mechanic
    • insulator
    • insulator apprentice
    • insulator, heat and frost
    • journeyman insulator
    • journeyman/woman insulator
    • journeywoman insulator
    • pipe insulator
    • plastic insulation applicator
    • refrigeration and air conditioning equipment insulator
    • sound insulator
    • soundproof material installer

    Insulators perform some or all of the following duties:

    • Read and interpret drawings and specifications to determine insulation requirements and select type of insulation required
    • Measure and cut insulating material to required dimensions using hand and power tools
    • Apply and secure insulation using spraying, blowing, pasting, strapping, taping and other application and installation methods
    • Fit insulation around obstructions and between studs and joists
    • Install vapour barriers
    • Apply waterproofing cement over insulating materials to finish surfaces
    • Remove asbestos or urea-formaldehyde insulation from buildings when required.

    Employment requirements are prerequisites generally needed to enter an occupation.

    • Completion of secondary school is usually required.
    • Completion of a three- to four-year apprenticeship program or A combination of over four years of work experience in the trade and some high school, college or industry courses in insulating is usually required to be eligible for trade certification.
    • Trade certification for insulators (heat and frost) is compulsory in Quebec and available, but voluntary, in Newfoundland and Labrador, Nova Scotia, Prince Edward Island, New Brunswick, Manitoba, Saskatchewan, Alberta, British Columbia, the Yukon, the Northwest Territories and Nunavut.
    • Red Seal endorsement is also available to qualified insulators (heat and frost) upon successful completion of the interprovincial Red Seal examination.

    Some provinces and territories regulate certain professions and trades while others do not. If you have a licence to work in one province, your licence may not be accepted in other provinces or territories. Consult the table below to determine in which province or territory your occupation/trade is regulated.

    Location Regulation
    Alberta Regulated (compulsory)
    British Columbia Regulated (compulsory)
    Manitoba Regulated (compulsory)
    New Brunswick Regulated (voluntary)
    Newfoundland and Labrador Regulated (voluntary)
    Northwest Territories Regulated (compulsory)
    Nova Scotia Regulated (voluntary)
    Nunavut Regulated (compulsory)
    Ontario Regulated (voluntary)
    Prince Edward Island Regulated (voluntary)
    Québec Regulated (compulsory)
    Saskatchewan Regulated (voluntary)
    Yukon Regulated (voluntary)

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  • HEATING & AIR CONDITIONING TECHNICIANS

    Refrigeration and air conditioning mechanics install, maintain, repair and overhaul residential central air conditioning systems, commercial and industrial refrigeration and air conditioning systems and combined heating, ventilation and cooling systems. They are employed by refrigeration and air conditioning installation contractors, various industrial settings, food wholesalers, engineering firms and retail and servicing establishments. Transport refrigeration mechanics are included in this unit group.


    • air conditioning and heating mechanic
    • air conditioning and refrigeration mechanic
    • apprentice mechanic, refrigeration
    • apprentice refrigeration and air conditioning mechanic
    • central air conditioner installer
    • central air conditioner repairer
    • central air conditioner repairman
    • central air conditioner repairwoman
    • central air conditioning installer
    • central air conditioning mechanic
    • central air conditioning repairer
    • central air conditioning repairman
    • central air conditioning repairwoman
    • central air conditioning servicer
    • commercial air conditioning mechanic
    • commercial refrigeration mechanic
    • heating and air conditioning mechanic
    • heating and cooling mechanic
    • heating, ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC) mechanic
    • HVAC (heating, ventilation and air conditioning) mechanic
    • journeyman refrigeration and air conditioning mechanic
    • journeyman/woman refrigeration and air conditioning mechanic
    • journeywoman refrigeration and air conditioning mechanic
    • mechanic, central air conditioning
    • mechanic, commercial air conditioning
    • mechanic, heating and air conditioning
    • mechanic, heating and cooling
    • mechanic, HVAC (heating, ventilation and air conditioning)
    • mechanic, refrigeration
    • mechanic, refrigeration and air conditioning
    • refrigeration and air conditioning mechanic
    • refrigeration and air conditioning mechanic apprentice
    • refrigeration and air conditioning mechanic (non-construction)
    • refrigeration and mechanical technician
    • refrigeration mechanic
    • refrigeration mechanic apprentice
    • refrigeration system installer
    • refrigeration technician
    • repairer, central air conditioning
    • repairman, central air conditioning
    • repairwoman, central air conditioning
    • servicer, central air conditioning
    • transport refrigeration mechanic
    • transport refrigeration technician

    Refrigeration and air conditioning mechanics perform some or all of the following duties:

    • Read and interpret blueprints, drawings or other specifications
    • Measure and lay out reference points for installation
    • Assemble and install refrigeration or air conditioning components such as motors, controls, gauges, valves, circulating pumps, condensers, humidifiers, evaporators and compressors using hand and power tools
    • Measure and cut piping, and connect piping using welding and brazing equipment
    • Install, troubleshoot and overhaul entire heating, ventilation, air handling, refrigeration and air conditioning systems
    • Start up system and test for leaks using testing devices
    • Recharge system with refrigerant, check and test regulators, calibrate system and perform routine maintenance or servicing
    • Repair and replace parts and components for entire refrigeration, air conditioning, ventilation or heat pump systems
    • May install, maintain and repair equipment in refrigerated trucks used to transport food or medical supplies
    • May prepare work estimates for clients.

    Employment requirements are prerequisites generally needed to enter an occupation.

    • Completion of secondary school is usually required.
    • Completion of a three- to five-year apprenticeship program or A combination of over five years of work experience in the trade and some high school, college or industry courses in refrigeration and air conditioning repair is usually required to be eligible for trade certification.
    • Trade certification for refrigeration and air conditioning mechanics is compulsory in Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, Quebec, Ontario, Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta and available, but voluntary, in all other provinces and the territories.
    • Trade certification for transport refrigeration mechanics is available, but voluntary, in New Brunswick, Alberta and British Columbia.
    • Red Seal endorsement is also available to qualified refrigeration and air conditioning mechanics upon successful completion of the interprovincial Red Seal examination.

    Some provinces and territories regulate certain professions and trades while others do not. If you have a licence to work in one province, your licence may not be accepted in other provinces or territories. Consult the table below to determine in which province or territory your occupation/trade is regulated.

    Location Regulation
    Alberta Regulated (compulsory)
    British Columbia Regulated (compulsory)
    Manitoba Regulated (compulsory)
    New Brunswick Regulated (compulsory)
    Newfoundland and Labrador Regulated (compulsory)
    Northwest Territories Regulated (compulsory)
    Nova Scotia Regulated (compulsory)
    Nunavut Regulated (compulsory)
    Ontario Regulated (compulsory)
    Prince Edward Island Regulated (voluntary)
    Québec Regulated (compulsory)
    Saskatchewan Regulated (compulsory)
    Yukon Regulated (voluntary)

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  • HEAVY EQUIPMENT OPERATORS

    Heavy equipment operators operate heavy equipment used in the construction and maintenance of roads, bridges, airports, gas and oil pipelines, tunnels, buildings and other structures; in surface mining and quarrying activities; and in material handling work. They are employed by construction companies, heavy equipment contractors, public works departments and pipeline, logging, cargo-handling and other companies.


    The following list represents the list of common job titles that belong to the grouping: Heavy equipment operators (except crane) (NOC 7521)

    • aerial tram operator
    • apprentice heavy equipment operator
    • asphalt batch plant operator
    • asphalt-grooving machine operator
    • asphalt-paving machine operator
    • asphalt-paving screed operator
    • asphalt plant operator
    • asphalt roller operator
    • asphalt spreader operator
    • asphalt street paver operator
    • backhoe operator
    • bituminous paver operator - heavy equipment
    • bobcat operator
    • boom-conveyor operator
    • bucketwheel-excavator operator
    • bucketwheel operator
    • buggy-operator skinner
    • buggy-scraper operator
    • bulldozer driver
    • bulldozer operator
    • caterpillar car operator
    • caterpillar operator
    • cat operator
    • cat skinner
    • concrete-grooving machine operator
    • concrete-paving machine operator
    • concrete spreader operator - heavy equipment
    • construction equipment operator
    • continuous bucket excavator operator
    • crawler tractor operator
    • ditcher operator - construction
    • ditching machine operator
    • dozer operator
    • dredge operator
    • dredge runner
    • earth-moving equipment operator
    • electrical equipment operator - shovel
    • elevating grader operator
    • elevating scraper operator
    • equipment operator, heavy-duty
    • excavating machine operator
    • excavator operator
    • front end loader operator
    • gradall operator
    • grader operator
    • groove-cutting machine operator
    • grooving machine operator - heavy equipment
    • hammer operator, pile driving
    • heater-planer operator
    • heavy construction-equipment operator
    • heavy-duty equipment operator
    • heavy-duty equipment operator apprentice
    • heavy equipment operator
    • heavy equipment operator apprentice
    • ho-ram operator
    • horizontal earth-boring machine operator
    • hydraulic excavator operator
    • industrial backhoe operator
    • loader operator - construction
    • marine railway operator
    • mining shovel operator (except underground)
    • mole operator
    • mucker operator - construction
    • mucking machine operator - construction
    • operating engineer, heavy equipment
    • operator, asphalt plant
    • operator, heavy construction-equipment
    • operator, pile-driving hammer
    • operator, side boom tractor
    • paver operator
    • payloader operator
    • peat-moss-cutting machine operator
    • peat-moss-gathering machine operator
    • pile driver winch operator
    • pile-driving hammer operator
    • pipelayer operator
    • power grader operator
    • power shovel operator
    • pulvimixer operator
    • ripper operator - heavy equipment
    • road grader operator
    • road mixer operator
    • road planer operator
    • road roller operator
    • roller operator
    • rotary trencher operator
    • scarifier operator
    • scraper operator
    • screed operator, asphalt paving
    • shield operator
    • shovel operator - heavy equipment
    • side boom operator - pipeline construction
    • side boom tractor operator
    • snow-grooming machine operator
    • spreader operator - heavy equipment
    • stacker operator - heavy equipment
    • street paver, asphalt operator
    • street paver operator
    • stripping shovel operator
    • structural hydraulic jack erector
    • surface mining equipment operator
    • track-loader operator
    • tractor-excavator operator
    • tractor operator - construction
    • trench-digging machine operator
    • trenching machine operator
    • tunnelling machine operator
    • vibratory road roller operator
    • vibratory roller operator

    Heavy equipment operators perform some or all of the following duties:

    • Operate heavy equipment such as backhoes, bulldozers, loaders and graders to excavate, move, load and grade earth, rock, gravel or other materials during construction and related activities
    • Operate bulldozers or other heavy equipment to clear brush and stumps prior to logging activities and to build roads at logging and surface mining sites
    • Operate heavy equipment with pile driver head to drive piling into earth to provide support for buildings, bridges or other structures
    • Operate heavy dredging equipment to deepen waterways or reclaim earth fill
    • Operate heavy paving and surfacing equipment to lay, spread or compact concrete, asphalt and other surface materials during highway and road construction
    • Operate power shovels to excavate rock, ore or other materials from open-pit mines, strip mines, quarries or construction pits
    • Operate heavy equipment to move, load and unload cargo
    • Conduct pre-operational checks on equipment and clean, lubricate and refill equipment.

    Employment requirements are prerequisites generally needed to enter an occupation.

    • Some secondary school education is required.
    • Completion of a one- to two-year apprenticeship program or Some high school, college or industry courses in heavy equipment operating combined with on-the-job training are required.
    • Trade certification is compulsory in Quebec and available, but voluntary, in Newfoundland and Labrador, the Northwest Territories and Nunavut.
    • Internal company certification may be required by some employers.

    Some provinces and territories regulate certain professions and trades while others do not. If you have a licence to work in one province, your licence may not be accepted in other provinces or territories. Consult the table below to determine in which province or territory your occupation/trade is regulated.

    Location Regulation
    Alberta Regulated (voluntary)
    British Columbia Regulated (voluntary)
    Manitoba Regulated (voluntary)
    New Brunswick Regulated (compulsory)
    Newfoundland and Labrador Regulated (voluntary)
    Northwest Territories Regulated (compulsory)
    Nova Scotia Regulated (voluntary)
    Nunavut Regulated (voluntary)
    Ontario Regulated (voluntary)
    Prince Edward Island Regulated (voluntary)
    Québec Regulated (compulsory)
    Saskatchewan Regulated (voluntary)
    Yukon Regulated (voluntary)

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  • IRON WORKERS & SHEET METAL WORKERS

    IRON WORKERS

    Ironworkers fabricate, erect, hoist, install, repair and service structural ironwork, precast concrete, concrete reinforcing materials, curtain walls, ornamental iron and other metals used in the construction of buildings, bridges, highways, dams and other structures and equipment. They are employed by construction ironwork contractors.


    The following list represents the list of common job titles that belong to the grouping: Ironworkers (NOC 7236)

    • apprentice ironworker
    • apprentice metal structure erector
    • bridge construction ironworker
    • building systems erector
    • erector, iron structure
    • erector, precast concrete
    • erector, structural iron
    • generalist erector, steel structures
    • generalist steel structure erector
    • installer, metal wall framing
    • iron structure erector
    • ironworker
    • ironworker apprentice
    • ironworker, bridge construction
    • ironworker, curtain wall installation
    • ironworker generalist
    • ironworker - metal building systems erector
    • ironworker, metal tank erecting
    • ironworker, metal wall framing
    • ironworker, metal wall installation
    • ironworker - ornamental
    • ironworker - reinforcing rebar
    • ironworker, reinforcing steel
    • ironworker, steel door settings
    • journeyman ironworker
    • journeyman reinforcing ironworker
    • journeyman/woman ironworker
    • journeyman/woman reinforcing ironworker
    • journeywoman ironworker
    • journeywoman reinforcing ironworker
    • metal structure erector
    • metal wall framing installer
    • ornamental ironworker
    • ornamental-metal worker
    • precast concrete erector
    • reinforcing ironworker
    • reinforcing rodworker
    • reinforcing steel ironworker
    • rodworker apprentice
    • structural iron erector
    • structural ironworker
    • structural metal erector
    • structural steel erector
    • tower crane erector
    • worker, structural iron

    Ironworkers perform some or all of the following duties:

    • Read blueprints and specifications to lay out work
    • Unload and position steel units so each piece can be hoisted as needed
    • Erect and install scaffolding, hoisting equipment and rigging
    • Signal crane operator to position steel units according to blueprints
    • Align and weld or bolt steel units in place
    • Erect structural and architectural precast concrete components for buildings, bridges, towers and other structures
    • Assemble and erect prefabricated metal structures
    • Position and secure steel bars or metal mesh in concrete forms to reinforce concrete structures
    • Install ornamental and other structural metalwork such as curtain walls, metal stairways, railings and power doors
    • Examine structures and equipment for deterioration, defects or non-compliance with specifications
    • May dismantle structures and equipment.

    Employment requirements are prerequisites generally needed to enter an occupation.

    • Completion of secondary school is usually required.
    • Completion of a two- to three-year apprenticeship program or Over three years of work experience in the trade and some high school, college or industry courses in ironworking are usually required to be eligible for trade certification.
    • Trade certification for ironworker (generalist) is compulsory in Alberta and available, but voluntary, in Newfoundland and Labrador, Nova Scotia, Prince Edward Island, New Brunswick, Ontario, Manitoba and British Columbia.
    • Trade certification for ironworker (reinforcing) is compulsory in Quebec and Alberta and available, but voluntary, in Newfoundland and Labrador, Nova Scotia, Prince Edward Island, New Brunswick, Ontario, Saskatchewan and British Columbia.
    • Trade certification for ironworker (structural/ornamental) is compulsory in Alberta and available, but voluntary, in Newfoundland and Labrador, Nova Scotia, Prince Edward Island, New Brunswick, Ontario, Saskatchewan and British Columbia.
    • Trade certification for ironworker (metal building systems erector) is compulsory in Alberta.
    • Red Seal endorsement is also available to qualified ironworkers upon successful completion of the interprovincial Red Seal examination.

    Some provinces and territories regulate certain professions and trades while others do not. If you have a licence to work in one province, your licence may not be accepted in other provinces or territories. Consult the table below to determine in which province or territory your occupation/trade is regulated.

    Location Regulation
    Alberta Regulated (compulsory)
    British Columbia Regulated (compulsory)
    Manitoba Regulated (compulsory)
    New Brunswick Regulated (voluntary)
    Newfoundland and Labrador Regulated (voluntary)
    Northwest Territories Regulated (compulsory)
    Nova Scotia Regulated (voluntary)
    Nunavut Regulated (voluntary)
    Ontario Regulated (compulsory)
    Prince Edward Island Regulated (voluntary)
    Québec Regulated (compulsory)
    Saskatchewan Regulated (voluntary)
    Yukon Regulated (voluntary)

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    SHEET METAL WORKER

    Sheet metal workers fabricate, assemble, install and repair sheet metal products. They are employed by sheet metal fabrication shops, sheet metal products manufacturing companies, sheet metal work contractors and various industrial sectors.


    • aircraft layout man sheet metal
    • aircraft layout man/woman sheet metal
    • aircraft layout woman sheet metal
    • apprentice sheet metal worker
    • apprentice tinsmith
    • bench hand, sheet metal mechanic
    • construction sheet metal worker
    • coppersmith
    • custom sheet metal fabricator
    • fitter - sheet metal working
    • industrial sheet metal worker
    • journeyman sheet metal worker
    • journeyman/woman sheet metal worker
    • journeywoman sheet metal worker
    • layer-out, sheet metal
    • maintenance sheet metal worker
    • metal furniture model maker
    • metal furniture patternmaker
    • model maker, sheet metal
    • plant tinsmith
    • precision sheet metal fabricator
    • precision sheet metal mechanic
    • precision sheet metal worker
    • roofer, sheet metal
    • sheet metal fabricator
    • sheet metal installer
    • sheet metal mechanic
    • sheet metal mechanic apprentice
    • sheet metal model maker
    • sheet metal patternmaker
    • sheet metal roofer
    • sheet metal worker
    • sheet metal worker, construction
    • sheet metal work erector
    • sheet metal worker, maintenance
    • sheet metal worker - manufacturing
    • sheet metal worker - specialty manufacturing
    • tinsmith
    • tinsmith roofer
    • tinsmith - sheet metal work

    Sheet metal workers perform some or all of the following duties:

    • Read engineering and architectural drawings, sketches and work specifications to be performed, and lay out, measure and mark sheet metal according to drawings or templates
    • Develop patterns for sheet metal using computer-assisted design and drafting (CAD) software package
    • Operate light metalworking machines such as shears, brakes, punches, and drill presses, including computer numerical control (CNC) equipment to cut, bend, punch, drill, shape or straighten sheet metal
    • Operate computerized laser or plasma cutting equipment to cut sheet metal
    • Install and use rigging and hoisting equipment
    • Fit and join sheet metal parts using riveting, welding, soldering and similar equipment to fabricate products such as ventilation shafts, exhaust hoods, eavestroughs, partition frames, air and heat ducts, material handling systems, roof decking and sheet metal buildings
    • Install sheet metal products according to specifications and building codes
    • Grind and buff seams, joints and rough surfaces
    • Inspect product quality and installation to ensure conformance to specifications.

    Sheet metal workers may specialize in on-site installation or shop manufacture of sheet metal products, or servicing and maintenance of installed equipment and systems.


    Employment requirements are prerequisites generally needed to enter an occupation.

    • Completion of secondary school is usually required.
    • Completion of a three to five year apprenticeship program or A combination of over four years of work experience in the trade and some high school, college or industry courses in sheet metal working is usually required to be eligible for trade certification.
    • Trade certification is compulsory in Quebec, Ontario, Saskatchewan and Alberta, and available, but voluntary, in all other provinces and the territories.
    • Trade certification for precision sheet metal set-up operator is available, but voluntary in Québec.
    • Red Seal endorsement is also available to qualified sheet metal workers upon successful completion of the interprovincial Red Seal examination.

    Some provinces and territories regulate certain professions and trades while others do not. If you have a licence to work in one province, your licence may not be accepted in other provinces or territories. Consult the table below to determine in which province or territory your occupation/trade is regulated.

    Location Regulation
    Alberta Regulated (compulsory)
    British Columbia Regulated (compulsory)
    Manitoba Regulated (compulsory)
    New Brunswick Regulated (compulsory)
    Newfoundland and Labrador Regulated (voluntary)
    Northwest Territories Regulated (compulsory)
    Nova Scotia Regulated (voluntary)
    Nunavut Regulated (voluntary)
    Ontario Regulated (compulsory)
    Prince Edward Island Regulated (compulsory)
    Québec Regulated (compulsory)
    Saskatchewan Regulated (compulsory)
    Yukon Regulated (voluntary)

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  • PIPE FITTERS & PLUMBERS

    PLUMBERS

    This unit group includes plumbing and other pipefitting trade contractors who own and operate their own businesses. This group also includes supervisors who supervise and co-ordinate the activities of workers classified in the following unit groups: Plumbers (7251), Steamfitters, Pipefitters and Sprinkler System Installers (7252) and Gas Fitters (7253). They are employed by construction companies, mechanical, plumbing and pipefitting trade contractors and maintenance departments of industrial, commercial and manufacturing establishments.


    • contractor, pipefitting
    • contractor, plumbing
    • foreman, fire protection equipment installers
    • foreman, gas fitters
    • foreman, gas service
    • foreman, marine pipefitters
    • foreman, marine pipe fitters
    • foreman, pipefitters
    • foreman, plumbers
    • foreman, sprinkler system installers
    • foreman, steamfitters
    • foreman/woman, fire protection equipment installers
    • foreman/woman, gas fitters
    • foreman/woman, gas service
    • foreman/woman, marine pipefitters
    • foreman/woman, marine pipe fitters
    • foreman/woman, pipefitters
    • foreman/woman, plumbers
    • foreman/woman, sprinkler system installers
    • foreman/woman, steamfitters
    • forewoman, fire protection equipment installers
    • forewoman, gas fitters
    • forewoman, gas service
    • forewoman, marine pipefitters
    • forewoman, marine pipe fitters
    • forewoman, pipefitters
    • forewoman, plumbers
    • forewoman, sprinkler system installers
    • forewoman, steamfitters
    • gas fitters foreman
    • gas fitters foreman/woman
    • gas fitters forewoman
    • gas fitters supervisor
    • gas line fitters foreman
    • gas line fitters foreman/woman
    • gas line fitters forewoman
    • gas service foreman
    • gas service foreman/woman
    • gas service forewoman
    • gas service supervisor
    • marine pipe fitters foreman
    • marine pipe fitters foreman/woman
    • marine pipe fitters forewoman
    • pipefitters foreman
    • pipefitters foreman/woman
    • pipefitters forewoman
    • pipefitters supervisor
    • pipefitting contractor
    • plumber foreman
    • plumber foreman/woman
    • plumber forewoman
    • plumbers supervisor
    • plumbing and heating contractor
    • plumbing contractor
    • sprinkler fitters foreman
    • sprinkler fitters foreman/woman
    • sprinkler fitters forewoman
    • sprinkler system contractor
    • sprinkler system installer foreman
    • sprinkler system installer foreman/woman
    • sprinkler system installer forewoman
    • sprinkler system installers supervisor
    • sprinkler systems contractor
    • steamfitter foreman
    • steamfitter foreman/woman
    • steamfitter forewoman
    • steamfitters supervisor
    • supervisor, gas fitters
    • supervisor, gas service
    • supervisor, pipe fitters
    • supervisor, plumbers
    • supervisor, sprinkler system installers
    • supervisor, steamfitters

    Contractors and supervisors in this unit group perform some or all of the following duties:

    • Supervise, co-ordinate and schedule the activities of workers who install, repair and maintain piping systems used for the transmission of steam, heat, water, oil and other liquids and gases in residential, commercial, industrial and other installations
    • Establish methods to meet work schedules and co-ordinate work activities with other departments
    • Requisition materials and supplies
    • Resolve work problems and recommend measures to improve productivity
    • Train or arrange for training of workers
    • Recommend personnel actions such as hirings and promotions
    • Ensure standards for safe working conditions are observed
    • Prepare schedules and other reports
    • May manage the operations of their own companies
    • May supervise, co-ordinate and schedule the activities of related apprentices, helpers and labourers

    Employment requirements are prerequisites generally needed to enter an occupation.

    • Completion of secondary school is usually required.
    • Several years of experience as a qualified tradesperson in a relevant trade are required.
    • Journeyman/woman trade certification in a relevant trade is required.

    Some provinces and territories regulate certain professions and trades while others do not. If you have a licence to work in one province, your licence may not be accepted in other provinces or territories. Consult the table below to determine in which province or territory your occupation/trade is regulated.

    Location Regulation
    Alberta Non-regulated
    British Columbia Non-regulated
    Manitoba Non-regulated
    New Brunswick Non-regulated
    Newfoundland and Labrador Non-regulated
    Northwest Territories Non-regulated
    Nova Scotia Non-regulated
    Nunavut Non-regulated
    Ontario Non-regulated
    Prince Edward Island Non-regulated
    Québec Non-regulated
    Saskatchewan Non-regulated
    Yukon Non-regulated

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    PLUMBERS

    Plumbers install, repair and maintain pipes, fixtures and other plumbing equipment used for water distribution and waste water disposal in residential, commercial and industrial buildings. They are employed in maintenance departments of factories, plants and similar establishments, by plumbing contractors, or they may be self-employed.


    The following list represents the list of common job titles that belong to the grouping: Plumbers (NOC 7251)

    • apprentice plumber
    • journeyman plumber
    • journeyman/woman plumber
    • journeywoman plumber
    • maintenance and repair plumber
    • maintenance and repair plumber, (non-construction)
    • maintenance plumber
    • marine plumber
    • plumber
    • plumber apprentice
    • plumber, maintenance and repair
    • plumber, (non-construction) maintenance and repair
    • plumber - pipefitting
    • plumber, residential construction
    • plumbing installer
    • plumbing mechanic
    • radiator plumber
    • residential construction plumber

    Plumbers perform some or all of the following duties:

    • Read blueprints, drawings and specifications to determine layout of plumbing system, water supply network and waste and drainage systems
    • Install, repair and maintain domestic, commercial or industrial plumbing fixtures and systems
    • Locate and mark positions for pipe connections, passage holes and fixtures in walls and floors
    • Cut opening in walls and floors to accommodate pipe and pipe fittings
    • Measure, cut, bend and thread pipes using hand and power tools or machines
    • Join pipes using couplings, clamps, screws, bolts, cement or soldering, brazing and welding equipment
    • Test pipes for leaks using air and water pressure gauges
    • May prepare cost estimates.

    Employment requirements are prerequisites generally needed to enter an occupation.

    • Completion of secondary school is usually required.
    • Completion of a four- to five-year apprenticeship program or A combination of over five years of work experience in the trade and some high school, college or industry courses in plumbing is usually required to be eligible for trade certification.
    • Trade certification is compulsory in Nova Scotia, Prince Edward Island, New Brunswick, Quebec, Ontario, Saskatchewan and Alberta and available, but voluntary, in Newfoundland and Labrador, Manitoba, British Columbia, the Yukon, the Northwest Territories and Nunavut.
    • Red Seal endorsement is also available to qualified plumbers upon successful completion of the interprovincial Red Seal examination.

    Some provinces and territories regulate certain professions and trades while others do not. If you have a licence to work in one province, your licence may not be accepted in other provinces or territories. Consult the table below to determine in which province or territory your occupation/trade is regulated.

    Location Regulation
    Alberta Regulated (compulsory)
    British Columbia Regulated (compulsory)
    Manitoba Regulated (compulsory)
    New Brunswick Regulated (compulsory)
    Newfoundland and Labrador Regulated (voluntary)
    Northwest Territories Regulated (compulsory)
    Nova Scotia Regulated (compulsory)
    Nunavut Regulated (compulsory)
    Ontario Regulated (compulsory)
    Prince Edward Island Regulated (compulsory)
    Québec Regulated (compulsory)
    Saskatchewan Regulated (compulsory)
    Yukon Regulated (voluntary)

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  • WELDERS

    Welders operate welding equipment to weld ferrous and non-ferrous metals. This unit group also includes machine operators who operate previously set up production welding, brazing and soldering equipment. They are employed by companies that manufacture structural steel and platework, boilers, heavy machinery, aircraft and ships and other metal products, and by welding contractors and welding shops, or they may be self-employed.


    The following list represents the list of common job titles that belong to the grouping: Welders and related machine operators (NOC 7237)

    • MIG (metal inert gas) welder
    • TIG (tungsten inert gas) welder
    • acetylene welder
    • aircraft welder
    • apprentice welder
    • arc welder
    • arc welder - pipeline
    • arc welder, hand
    • assembler tack welder
    • auto body solderer
    • automated welding machine operator - flash butt process
    • automatic welding machine operator
    • aviation welding technician
    • battery lead burner
    • battery lead-burner operator
    • blowtorch operator
    • blowtorch welder
    • boiler welder
    • brazer
    • brazer and hammerer
    • brazer, furnace
    • brazer, gas
    • brazer, resistance
    • brazing machine operator
    • brazing machine setter
    • cable welder
    • combination welder
    • dielectric welder
    • downhand welder - pipeline
    • drilling platform welder
    • drilling rig welder
    • electric arc welder
    • electric arc welder, hand
    • electric spot welder
    • electric spot welder operator
    • electric spot-welding machine operator
    • fabrication welder
    • fit-up welder
    • flame-brazing machine operator
    • flame-brazing machine setter
    • flash butt welder
    • furnace brazer
    • furnace solderer
    • gas and arc welder
    • gas brazer
    • gas welder
    • gas-shielded arc welder
    • gas-shielded arc welding machine operator
    • general welder
    • hand arc welder
    • hand electric arc welder
    • hand resistance welder
    • heliarc welder
    • hot gas welder
    • hydrogen braze furnace man
    • hydrogen braze furnace man/woman
    • hydrogen braze furnace operator
    • hydrogen braze furnace woman
    • induction brazer operator
    • induction brazer, production
    • induction solderer
    • industrial welder
    • iron brazer
    • jig welder-fitter
    • journeyman welder
    • journeyman/woman welder
    • journeywoman welder
    • laser beam machine-welder operator
    • laser beam welder
    • laser beam welding machine operator
    • laser welding operator
    • lead burner
    • lead welder
    • machine operator - welding, brazing and soldering
    • machine type solderer
    • machine welder
    • maintenance welder
    • mesh-welding machine operator
    • metal brazier and heater
    • metal inert gas (MIG) welder
    • metal solderer
    • metal straightener and heater
    • metal welder
    • operator, laser beam machine welder
    • oxyacetylene torch welder
    • oxyacetylene welder
    • oxyhydrogen welder
    • pipeline welder
    • portable spot welder
    • precision welder
    • pressure vessel welder
    • production induction brazier
    • production line solderer
    • production line spot welder
    • production line welder
    • production spot welder
    • production welder
    • radio-frequency welder
    • resistance brazer
    • resistance seam welder
    • resistance welder
    • resistance welder tender
    • resistance welder, hand
    • resistance welder-setter
    • resistance welding machine setter
    • resistance welding set-up man
    • resistance welding set-up man/woman
    • resistance welding set-up woman
    • rig welder
    • set-up man, resistance welding
    • set-up man/woman, resistance welding
    • set-up woman, resistance welding
    • shielded-metal arc welder
    • side seaming tender
    • solderer
    • solderer, furnace
    • solderer, induction
    • solderer-dipper
    • soldering machine operator
    • spot resistance welder
    • spot welder
    • submerged arc welder
    • submerged arc welding machine operator
    • tack welder
    • thermite welder
    • tool and die welder
    • torch brazer
    • torch brazing machine setter
    • torch welder
    • tungsten inert gas (TIG) welder
    • type-soldering machine tender
    • vibration welder
    • welder
    • welder apprentice
    • welder operator
    • welder, MIG (metal inert gas)
    • welder, TIG (tungsten inert gas)
    • welder, aircraft
    • welder, arc
    • welder, combination
    • welder, drilling platform
    • welder, drilling rig
    • welder, gas
    • welder, gas and arc
    • welder, gas-shielded arc
    • welder, heliarc
    • welder, metal inert gas (MIG)
    • welder, oxyacetylene
    • welder, oxyacetylene torch
    • welder, oxyhydrogen
    • welder, pipeline
    • welder, precision
    • welder, pressure vessels
    • welder, production line
    • welder, resistance
    • welder, shielded-metal arc
    • welder, spot
    • welder, submerged arc
    • welder, tool and die
    • welder, tungsten inert gas (TIG)
    • welder-assembler
    • welder-fitter
    • welder-setter, resistance
    • welding lay-out man
    • welding lay-out man/woman
    • welding lay-out woman
    • welding machine operator
    • welding machine operator, gas-shielded arc
    • welding machine operator, submerged arc
    • wire welder

    Welders perform some or all of the following duties:

    • Read and interpret blueprints or welding process specifications
    • Operate manual or semi-automatic welding equipment to fuse metal segments using processes such as gas tungsten arc welding (GTAW), gas metal arc welding (GMAW), flux-cored arc welding (FCAW), plasma arc welding (PAW), shielded metal arc welding (SMAW), oxy-acetylene welding (OAW), resistance welding and submerged arc welding (SAW)
    • Operate manual or semi-automatic flame-cutting equipment
    • Operate brazing and soldering equipment
    • Operate metal shaping machines such as brakes, shears and other metal straightening and bending machines
    • Repair worn parts of metal products by welding on extra layers.

    Welders may specialize in certain types of welding such as custom fabrication, ship building and repair, aerospace precision welding, pressure vessel welding, pipeline construction welding, structural construction welding, or machinery and equipment repair welding.

    Welding, brazing and soldering machine operators perform some or all of the following duties:

    • Operate previously set up welding machines such as spot, butt and seam resistance or gas and arc welding machines to fabricate or repair metal parts
    • Operate previously set up brazing or soldering machines to bond metal parts or to fill holes, indentations and seams of metal articles with solder
    • Start up, shut down, adjust and monitor robotic welding production line
    • Assist with the maintenance and repair of welding, brazing and soldering equipment
    • May adjust welding heads and tooling according to work specifications

    Employment requirements are prerequisites generally needed to enter an occupation.

    • Welders
    • Completion of secondary school is usually required.
    • Completion of a three-year apprenticeship program or A combination of over three years of work experience in the trade and some college or industry courses in welding is usually required to be eligible for trade certification.
    • Trade certification is compulsory in Alberta and available, but voluntary, in all other provinces and the territories.
    • Red Seal endorsement is also available to qualified welders upon successful completion of the interprovincial Red Seal examination.
    • Welding, brazing and soldering machine operators
    • Some secondary school education is required.
    • Several months of on-the-job training are usually provided.
    • Experience as a machine operator helper may be required.
    • Experience with robotics may be required.

    Some provinces and territories regulate certain professions and trades while others do not. If you have a licence to work in one province, your licence may not be accepted in other provinces or territories. Consult the table below to determine in which province or territory your occupation/trade is regulated.

    Location Regulation
    Alberta Regulated (compulsory)
    British Columbia Regulated (compulsory)
    Manitoba Regulated (compulsory)
    New Brunswick Regulated (voluntary)
    Newfoundland and Labrador Regulated (voluntary)
    Northwest Territories Regulated (compulsory)
    Nova Scotia Regulated (compulsory)
    Nunavut Regulated (compulsory)
    Ontario Regulated (voluntary)
    Prince Edward Island Regulated (voluntary)
    Québec Regulated (compulsory)
    Saskatchewan Regulated (compulsory)
    Yukon Regulated (voluntary)

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