Automotive Service Technician

An Automotive Service Technician performs preventative maintenance, diagnoses problems and repairs vehicle systems in cars and light trucks. Specifically, an Automotive Service Technician diagnoses and repairs:

  • engines, transmissions, clutches, rear ends, differentials, brakes, drive shafts, axles and other assemblies
  • alignment of wheels, axles, frames and steering mechanisms
  • suspension systems, including shock absorbers and spring assemblies
  • ignition, charging and starting systems, panel instruments, wiring and other electrical/electronic systems and equipment
  • fuel and engine management and emission control systems
  • air-conditioning, refrigeration and heating systems

Red Seal Badge Red Seal trade

Transmission Technician

A Transmission Technician inspects, maintains, repairs transmissions and trans-axles on motor vehicles. Specifically, a Transmission Technician:

  • inspects, diagnoses and troubleshoots drive shaft and axle assemblies
  • repairs manual and automatic transmissions, transaxles and components

Electrician – Construction and Maintenance

An Electrician – Construction and Maintenance plans, assembles, connects, installs, repairs, inspects, tests, verifies, and maintains electrical systems in various settings (i.e. residential, commercial, institutional, industrial). He/she measures, cuts, threads, bends, assembles and installs conduits, electrical conductor enclosures and supports. Electrical systems include heating, lighting, power, communication, control, security systems and renewable energy and energy storage systems. Specifically, an Electrician – Construction and Maintenance:

  • lays out, assembles, installs, repairs, maintains, connects and/or tests electrical systems
  • plans installations from blueprints, sketches and specifications, and installs all electrical and electronic devices
  • systematically diagnoses faults in electrical and electronic components, as required
  • measures, cuts, threads, bends, assembles and installs conduits and other electrical conductor raceways
  • splices and terminates electrical conductors
  • tests electrical and electronic equipment to ensure that they are functioning properly

Red Seal Badge Red Seal trade

Truck and Coach Technician

A Truck and Coach Technician inspects, repairs and maintains commercial trucks, emergency vehicles, buses, road transport vehicles, performing work on structural, mechanical, electrical and electronic systems. Specifically, a Truck and Coach Technician inspects, repairs and maintains:

  • electrical and electronic systems
  • engines including fuel, exhaust, intake and emission controls
  • transmissions, lutches, drive shafts and axles
  • body and trim, frames and hitching/coupling systems
  • steering, suspension and computer control systems
  • tires, wheels and hubs
  • braking systems including air supply and hydraulic, heating, ventilation, air-conditioning and refrigeration systems

Red Seal Badge Red Seal trade

Electrician – Domestic and Rural

An Electrician — Domestic and Rural plans/layouts, assembles, connects, installs, repairs, inspects, tests, verifies, maintains and commissions electrical systems specifically in houses, small dwellings and/or farms. He/she also measures, cuts, threads, bends, assembles and installs conduits, electrical conductor enclosures and supports. Electrical systems may include heating, lighting, power digital, communication, control and security systems. Specifically, an Electrician — Domestic and Rural:

  • lays out, assembles, installs, repairs, maintains, connects and/or tests electrical systems
  • plans installations from blueprints, sketches/specifications, and installs all electrical and electronic devices
  • systematically diagnoses faults in electrical and electronic components
  • measures, cuts, threads, bends, assembles and installs conduits and other electrical conductor enclosures
  • splices and terminates electrical conductors
  • tests electrical and electronic equipment to ensure they are functioning properly

Truck-Trailer Service Technician

A Truck-Trailer Service Technician inspects, diagnoses, maintains, rebuilds, assembles and repairs transport trailers connected to or moved by a power unit including flat decks, dry freight vans, refrigerated vans, tankers, converters, boosters, jeeps, pole trailers, steering dollies, dump trailers and any other commercial pull-type units. Specifically, a Truck-Trailer Service Technician performs work on:

  • electrical systems
  • landing gear assemblies and trailer frames and bodies
  • hitching/coupling systems
  • suspension systems, tires, wheels, rims, hubs and axles
  • air and auxiliary systems
  • braking systems and hydraulic systems
  • heating and refrigeration systems and ventilation devices

Red Seal Badge Red Seal trade

Fuel and Electrical Systems Technician

A Fuel and Electrical Systems Technician engages in the repair and maintenance of motor vehicles by:

  • Diagnosing faults in, installing, repairing and removing, ignition and charging and starting systems, panel instruments, wiring, and other electrical and electronic systems and equipment
  • Diagnosing faults in, repairing and adjusting fuel systems, engine management systems and emission control systems
  • Diagnosing faults in, installing, inspecting, maintaining and removing air-conditioning and refrigeration and heating systems

Hairstylist

A Hairstylist performs a range of hairstyling services including cutting, designing colouring, permanent waving, relaxing and straightening. Specifically, a Hairstylist:

  • performs health, safety and sanitization procedures
  • performs routine salon functions and service fundamentals
  • treats scalp and hair
  • cuts and styles hair
  • performs chemical treatments such as waving, relaxing, and straightening
  • performs colour services
  • works with wigs, hairpieces and extensions

Red Seal Badge Red Seal trade

Hoisting Engineer — Mobile Crane Operator 1

A Hoisting Engineer — Mobile Crane Operator 1 maintains and operates conventional lattice and telescopic boom mobile cranes that can lift, move, position and place materials and equipment weighing more than 16,000 pounds, such as concrete, steel, gravel and other construction supplies and machinery at construction and industrial sites, ports, factories, warehouses, dockyards or rail yards. Specifically, a Hoisting Engineer — Mobile Crane Operator 1:

  • performs pre‐operational inspections
  • prepares and transports cranes
  • assembles and dismantles cranes
  • plans crane ‘lifts’ including calculating crane capacity and determining load weights
  • sets up, positions and stabilizes the crane before the ‘lift’
  • performs various rigging procedures

Red Seal Badge Red Seal trade

Hoisting Engineer — Mobile Crane Operator 2

A Hoisting Engineer — Mobile Crane Operator 2 maintains and operates hydraulically controlled mobile cranes capable of lifting, moving, positioning and placing materials and equipment weighing more than 16,000 pounds but no more than 30,000 pounds, such as concrete, steel, gravel and other construction supplies and machinery at construction and industrial sites, ports, factories, warehouses, dockyards or rail yards. Specifically, a Hoisting Engineer — Mobile Crane Operator 2:

  • performs pre‐operational inspections
  • prepares and transports cranes
  • assembles and dismantles cranes
  • plans crane ‘lifts’ including calculating crane capacity and determining load weights
  • sets up, positions and stabilizes the crane before the ‘lift’
  • performs various rigging procedures
  • performs maintenance on cranes