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Electricalexam.ca – Nov. 3rd 2020. Electrician In Canada

Electricalexam.ca – Nov. 3rd 2020. Electrician In Canada

August 8th 2020 classes for success

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Training of electricians follows an apprenticeship model, taking four or five years to progress to fully qualified journeyman level.[7] Typical apprenticeship programs consists of 80-90% hands-on work under the supervision of journeymen and 10-20% classroom training.[8] Training and licensing of electricians is regulated by each province, however professional licenses are valid throughout Canada under Agreement on Internal Trade. An endorsement under the Red Seal Program provides additional competency assurance to industry standards.[9] In order for individuals to become a licensed electricians, they need to have 9000 hours of practical, on the job training. They also need to attend school for 4 terms and pass a provincial exam. This training enables them to become journeyman electricians. Furthermore, in British Columbia, an individual can go a step beyond that and become a “FSR”, or field safety representative. This credential gives the ability to become a licensed electrical contractor and to pull permits. Notwithstanding this, some Canadian provinces only grant “permit pulling privileges” to current Master Electricians, that is, a journeyman who has been engaged in the industry for three (3) years AND has passed the Master’s examination (i.e. Alberta). The various levels of field safety representatives are A,B and C. The only difference between each class is that they are able to do increasingly higher voltage and current work. For more information, Call, text, email (info@electricalexam.ca) or chat anytime (416) 841-1399.

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