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Apprenticeship is an earn-as-you-learn career pathway that combines practical, on-the-job training with periods of in-class technical training. Depending on the trade, apprenticeship can take one to four years to complete. During hands-on training, an apprentice earns a wage while working and learning under a journeyperson. In-class training includes attending school at a technical institute for a few weeks each year.

After completing their technical training and prescribed hours of on-the-job training, apprentices are eligible to write the journeyperson examination and become certified. A Journeyperson Certificate with a Red Seal Endorsement (RSE) is recognized across Canada.


  1. Entrance Requirements for Apprenticeship Training
  2. High School Trade Time Hours Towards Apprenticeship
  3. High School to Apprenticeship Handbook
  4. What is Apprenticeship? Brochure
  5. Apprenticeship Flow Chart

For more information, please contact [email protected] or call 306-787-2368.