Auto Body Repairer

An Auto Body Repairer repairs the body of motor vehicles, motor coaches, trucks or truck-trailers, including preparing vehicle for refinishing and repairing vehicle bodies and components. Specifically, an Auto Body Repairer:

  • repairs, reshapes, and refits body panels
  • welds breaks in body panels
  • shrinks and stretches metal panels
  • repairs dents and other surface damage

Turf Equipment Technician

A Turf Equipment Technician diagnoses, maintains and repairs mowing equipment, golf carts, traction units, small powered equipment and tow-behind equipment. These technicians are employed at golf clubs and courses, equipment distributors and dealerships, equipment rental shops, provincial parks, sod farms, municipal and other government agencies. Specifically, a Turf Equipment Technician:

  • sharpens and sets reel type mowers
  • sets up and operates tow-behind equipment
  • services and maintains mowing equipment such as large and small tractors
  • services and maintains golf carts, sprayer equipment, traction units and small powered equipment
  • uses a variety of tools (hand and power) and shop equipment

Automotive Glass Technician

An Automotive Glass Technician:

  • Repairs, removes and installs glass and windshields in motorized and automotive vehicles

Automotive Painter

An Automotive Painter works on the surface of motor vehicles and restores vehicle finishes, including removing exterior trim and hardware, matching colours and mixing paints, and preparing surfaces for painting. Specifically, an Automotive Painter:

  • removes exterior trim and hardware
  • removes sub-coating
  • matches colours and mixes paints
  • prepares metal surfaces for painting by sanding and masking
  • applies primers, primer surfacers, clearcoats and urethanes
  • cleans and polishes painted surfaces, including removing and replacing decals
  • applies undercoating treatments

Red Seal Badge Red Seal trade

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

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

Heavy Duty Equipment Technician

A Heavy Duty Equipment Technician inspects, diagnoses, troubleshoots, repairs, and verifies the repair of heavy duty equipment. They work on different types of heavy duty equipment such as draft shaft drive axle assemblies, final drive, structure components and accessories, tires, wheels, frames and undercarriages, and ground engaging equipment and attachments. Specifically, a Heavy Duty Equipment Technician:

  • inspects, identifies, diagnoses, troubleshoots, repairs, and modifies systems, components, accessories and attachments (including checking for wear/damage/ defects/ problems, analysing performance and function, servicing, replacing, reprogramming, reconditioning, exchanging, adjusting, replacing and aligning)
  • works on multiple systems such as: engines, fuel, electrical, hydrostatic and transmission, suspension, hydraulic, transmissions, and engine management, climate control, intake exhaust and emission control, steering, braking, drive, structural components, frames and undercarriages as well as ground engaging equipment
  • works in multiple sectors/industries such as mines, construction, forestry, marine, transportation, natural resources, and materials-handling

Red Seal Badge Red Seal trade

Marine Engine Technician

A Marine Engine Technician inspects, diagnoses and repairs marine and watercraft systems including gasoline and diesel engines, fuel management systems, engine electrical systems, marine electrical, electronic and navigation systems, steering and hydraulic systems, drives and propulsion systems. Specifically, a Marine Engine Technician:

  • performs pre-delivery inspection of marine engines
  • repairs electrical and electronic marine engine systems and engine fuel management systems
  • performs engine tune-ups and repairs engine systems
  • repairs hydraulic, drive and propulsion systems
  • installs engine and propulsion systems
  • diagnoses problems in marine craft and boat handling equipment operation
  • winterizes marine craft systems and accessories

Motive Power Machinist

A Motive Power Machinist:

  • Reconditions and rebuilds internal combustion engines and associated components, power trains, brake system components and suspension system components