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Second Or Subsequent Examination Attempts

  • If the tradesperson is not successful on his or her first attempt, he or she must wait a period of three months before the next examination attempt. He or she can apply right away, but must choose a date off the examination schedule not less than three months from the date of the previous exam attempt:
  1. Form 2 – Application for Examination
  2. Exam Fee – Please see the fee schedule
  • If the tradesperson is not successful on the second or subsequent exam attempt, he or she will need to request upgrading before the next examination attempt and submit:
  1. Form 4 – Request for Upgrading Evaluation and the processing fee. Please see the fee schedule. Once completed, he/she will then apply for the next examination attempt.
  2. Form 2 – Application for Examination and the processing fee for written examination and/or the processing fee for practical examinations. Please see the fee schedule.

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Start working toward your Red Seal journeyperson certification in the Bricklayer trade. Register as a Bricklayer apprentice and attend Level 1 Technical Training in January! For more info call: 306-787-2447 or visit bit.ly/2Rusnri ... See MoreSee Less

Start working toward your Red Seal journeyperson certification in the Bricklayer trade. Register as a Bricklayer apprentice and attend Level 1 Technical Training in January! For more info call: 306-787-2447 or visit https://bit.ly/2Rusnri

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