Architectural Glass and Metal Technician

An Architectural Glass and Metal Technician handles, measures, cuts, prepares, fits, installs, replaces and repairs all types of glass and glass substitutes, typically in commercial, residential and transportation settings. An Architectural Glass and Metal Technician fabricates and installs curtain wall framing, aluminium storefront frames and entrances, doors and hardware, structural silicone glazing, skylights and sloped glazing. Specifically, an Architectural Glass and Metal Technician:

  • lays out, measures, prepares, fabricates and installs/replaces architectural glass and metal components and air/vapour barriers in systems such as entranceways, windows, skylights and curtain walls
  • works with and installs plastics, granite, aluminum panels and other similar materials used as glass substitutes, as well as films or laminates that improve the durability or safety of the glass
  • works from mobile equipment, scaffolds and swing stages, sometimes at great heights, to manoeuvre glass panels that are lifted by cranes and other lifting equipment.

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Construction Boilermaker

A Construction Boilermaker builds, installs, erects, tests, maintains and repairs all types of boilers, tanks and pressure vessels, and performs all types of structural and plate work on dust, air, gas, steam, oil, water and other liquid-tight pressure vessels. Specifically, a Construction Boilermaker:

  • works from fabrication drawings (prints) to fabricate components from steel or other materials
  • uses various metal forming machines such as rotary shears, punch pressess and bending rolls
  • tests boiler systems for leaks, defects and other deficiencies to ensure they are operating safely and efficiently
  • attaches rigging and works with hoisting devices to lift components into place

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Entertainment Industry Power Technician

An Entertainment Industry Power Technician works in film, television, live performance, trade shows, special event productions and carnivals by doing the following:

  • Evaluating job requirements
  • Planning, building, installing, maintaining and disassembling power distribution systems, including both main and subdistribution systems
  • Designing and installing temporary distribution systems
  • Installing, controlling and disassembling lighting
  • Managing portable power supplies including maintenance of batteries

Horticultural Technician

A Horticultural Technician grows, installs, and maintains indoor and outdoor plants, builds urban and rural landscapes, maintains outdoor properties, cares for turf grass and golf courses and installs and maintains irrigation systems. Specifically, a Horticultural Technician:

  • grows plants using different propagation techniques
  • identifies nutrient requirements of plants, applies fertilizers and monitors plants
  • transplants, installs and prunes plants
  • analyzes plant watering requirements and installs and maintains irrigation systems
  • establishes and maintains turf grass
  • constructs landscapes according to drawings
  • controls plant pests and diseases using integrated pest management techniques
  • recycles waste materials

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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

Powered Lift Truck Technician

A Powered Lift Truck Technician inspects, diagnoses and repairs lift truck equipment. Powered lift trucks are powered through electric motors or internal combustion engines designed to lift and transport material. Specifically, a Powered Lift Truck Technician:

  • inspects, diagnoses and services powered lift truck systems, including: electrical, steering, braking, hydraulic, frames, transmissions, drive axles, suspension, and wheels and lifting systems pertaining to powered lift truck equipment
  • diagnoses and services drive units and control systems in electric vehicles
  • troubleshoots and repairs powered lift truck internal combustion engines
  • uses safety techniques for lifting, rigging, blocking, and lockout devices
  • operates hand, power, specialized, precision, and electronic service tools to make required repairs
  • prepares estimates, work plans and communicates with customers on problems and repairs


A Roofer installs, repairs and replaces flat and sloped roofs involving a variety of materials with different application methods including shingles, slate, shakes, and roofing tiles on sloped roofs and membrane systems. Specifically, a Roofer:

  • installs, repairs and replaces flat and sloped roof systems
  • works with membrane roofing systems
  • installs, replaces and repairs shingles, slate, shakes and roofing tiles on sloped roofs, green roofs and solar panels
  • waterproofs and damp-proofs roof systems

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Water Well Driller

A Water Well Driller:

  • Uses and maintains tools, material handling equipment and welding equipment
  • Prepares the work site
  • Lays out, cuts and forms metals to specification
  • Fits sub-assemblies and assemblies together and preparing assemblies for welding
  • Welds using the shielded metal arc welding, gas metal arc welding, gas tungsten arc welding, flux cored or metal cored arc welding, submerged arc welding  and plasma arc welding processes
  • Carries out special processes such as welding studs and brazing
  • Controls quality before, during and after welding

Assistant Cook

An Assistant Cook prepares and cooks a wide range of foods for public consumption in various settings such as restaurants and hotels. Specifically, an Assistant Cook:

  • prepares, cooks, and assembles complete breakfasts
  • prepares short order dishes including hot and cold sandwiches
  • prepares stocks, soups and sauces, salads, dressings, vegetables and desserts
  • uses a variety of preparation methods including roasting, deep-frying, poaching, sautéeing, braising and grilling to prepare meats, poultry and fish
  • practises safe work practices, hygiene, equipment handling, sanitation and workplace safety

Construction Craft Worker

A Construction Craft Worker works on a wide variety of structures, such as residential, industrial, commercial, and institutional sites as well as hydroelectric dams, roadways, bridges, tunnels, mining and railways. They may also work on utility, landscape and pipeline projects. Specifically, a Construction Craft Worker:

  • is responsible for site preparation and cleanup, setting up and removing access equipment and working on concrete, masonry, steel, wood and pre-cast erecting projects
  • handles materials and equipment and perform demolition, excavation and compaction activities
  • is responsible for site security
  • may specialize in operating off-road vehicles, drilling and blasting, scaling, sandblasting, high pressure washing, diving, tunnelling and performing emergency rescue

Red Seal Badge Red Seal trade