Construction Craft Worker Apprenticeship
A Construction Craft Worker installs utility piping, places concrete, constructs roads, performs selective demolition, performs underground work,assists skilled tradespersons such as Carpenters, Bricklayers and Cement Finishers in construction activities, helps Heavy Equipment Operators secure special attachments to equipment, guides operators in moving equipment and perform laboring activities at construction sites. They are employed by a wide variety of general contractors, municipalities, and oil and gas companies.
Apprenticeship combines paid on-the-job work experience and post-secondary classroom instruction (80 per cent work experience and 20 percent technical training).
• Level 1 & 2 four weeks each level
• Work-based hours: 4,000 hours
Leve 1 (4 weeks)
The Construction Craft Worker will write the Red Seal Examination on the last day of the level 2 technical training. Successful completion grants the apprentice with the Certificate of Qualification as a Red Seal Construction Craft Worker. The Red Seal Endorsement is recognized across Canada.
Red Seal certified workers can work anywhere in Canada where their trade is designated. Labour mobility is essential for the Canadian workforce. For skilled tradespeople, the Red Seal is the recognized passport to mobility in trades across Canada.
How to ApplyApplications can be completed online here or over the phone. There is no application fee.
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