If you are an experienced tradesperson, you may be eligible to write the Interprovincial Red Seal Exam and achieve Journeyman status. You may wish to advance in your career, earn a higher wage, immigrate to Canada, or simply have your past work experience validated.
The Canadian Journeyman Preparation Program is designed to help experienced individuals strengthen their technical knowledge, understand the goals and methodologies of Interprovincial Red seal examinations, and identify gaps in occupational skills.IF YOU ARE INTERESTED IN BEGINNING THIS PROGRAM, PLEASE EMAIL US! [email protected]
The Canadian Journeyman Preparation Program is delivered in an easy to understand video on demand format.
Access the pre-recorded lessons at anytime and review study materials at your own pace.
Study materials are discussed and interpreted, providing valuable insight into the structure, composition and goals of Interprovincial Red Seal examination strategies.
On average, lessons are 1 hr in length and you can expect to devote about 40 hours to watching all of the recorded material and completing the exercises.
Identify your strengths and weaknesses and study the material that is the most important for you.
The Canadian Journeyman Preparation Program uses a highly effective formula for all of the its programs that firstly identifies probable subject matter of examinations and subsequently delivers relevant technical information according to common areas of focus:
- Common occupational skills
- Systems, distribution and services
- Wiring methods
- Motors and control systems
- Signaling and communication systems
- Upgrading service and repair
Time require to complete Certification Preparation: Electrician course is : 40 Hours.
Course Fee for registration of Certification Preparation: Electrician is $900.
Course Material is constructed to be easy to understand, clear and concise. You may choose to review specific units and spend additional time where YOU need to.
Additional informative resources are included to enhance your learning experience.
Course material is included and delivered with the payment of course fees, however students are encouraged to purchase the most recent copy of the Canadian Electrical Code as well as other selected reference materials.