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Electrician (Apprentice, Journeyman or Master)

T.G.L. INC. — MISSISSAUGA, ON

Job Description Job Type: Full Time position based on performance and skills Job Location: Greater Toronto Area DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES Commute to various project job sites to work with installation team to install LED Lighting, projects types include: .

Electrician Apprentice

TROTTER & MORTON GROUP OF COMPANIES — CALGARY, T2H 1H9

. looking for a hard working, committed 1st or 2nd year Apprentice Electrician for full-time commercial work in Calgary, AB. Roles and Responsibilities: Read and interpret drawings .

Red Seal Electricians & Apprentices

MOUNTAINCREST PERSONNEL INC. — COQUITLAM, BC

Red Seal Electricians & Apprentices : Harvey 2330 We are currently seeking experienced Red Seal Electricians & 3rd. and 4th. year Apprentices to join our progressive electrical .

Job Opportunity: Electricians Apprentice:

» Full Time » Immediately » Inquire — depends on practice and skills Hour » 101-3309-19th Street NE, Calgary, AB T2E 6S8 » 11/4/19 Are you an Electrical Apprentice Looking . for a new challenge Electricians Apprentice Eco Lighting Solutions is currently recruiting for apprentice electricians or general all around handy people for our calgary headquarters .

ElectriciansApprentice and Journeymen

PTW FACILITY SERVICES LTD. — KINDERSLEY

Position Description PTW is hiring full-time Journeymen and Apprentice Electricians for local work in Kindersley Multiple positions available WHY PTW? Competitive Wages . distance or willing to relocate. Registered Electrical Apprentice or have a Journeyman Electrician certificate. Must possess a valid class 5 drivers license and reliable transportation .

Electrical Apprentice 2nd to 4th year | [TO308]

Must be able to pass a security check. You need to have recent commercial experience minimum 1 year. We ask that you have excellent communication skills and are fluent in English, follow directions well and can work with minimal supervision and have your own .

Electrical Design Internship

Please note that this position is based in Rivière-du-Loup (Québec, Canada), therefore the job posting is written in French. Tu souhaites faire ton stage d’hiver dans une équipe dynamique au sein d’une organisation d’envergure internationale animée par une .

Apprentice Electrician — Valleyview Local

CDN CONTROLS LTD. — VALLEYVIEW, AB

.CDN is currently looking for an Electrical Apprentice who is local to Valleyview and experienced in the Oil & Gasindustry to join our team. If you are an experienced apprentice in the oil and gas .

Apprentice Electrician — Valleyview Local

CDN CONTROLS LTD. — VALLEYVIEW, AB

. is currently looking for an Electrical Apprentice who is local to Valleyview or willing to relocate to join our team at our branch in Valleyview. If you are an experienced apprentice .

Apprentice electrician — telecommunications equipment Job

PREETEL COMMUNICATIONS INC. — MISSISSAUGA, ONTARIO

Job Requirements: Job requirements Languages English Education College, CEGEP or other non-university certificate or diploma from a program of 3 months to less than 1 year Experience 2 years to less than 3 years Transportation/Travel Information Valid driver’s. $30.00/HOUR

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Electricians

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Working as an Electrician

Job Description

Electricians install, repair, and maintain electrical systems in all types of buildings and structures.


There are three main categories of electricians:

  • Construction Electricians [NOC 7241]: you work for electrical contractors or building maintenance departments
  • Industrial Electricians [NOC 7242]: you work for electrical contractors and maintenance departments of factories, plants, mines, shipyards and other industrial establishments
  • Power System Electricians [NOC 7243]: you work for electric power generation, transmission, and distribution companies

Your duties vary according to the type and place of your work. In general, as an electrician you have the following duties:

  • Read and interpret drawings, blueprints, and electrical code specifications to determine electrical wiring layouts
  • Install or repair various electrical systems and parts
  • Maintain and test electrical components and systems
  • Ensure compatibility and safety of electrical systems
  • Conduct preventive maintenance programs and keep maintenance records.

Industry Overview

There is a demand for skilled electricians in BC. Government statistics estimate there will be 5,300 job openings for construction and industrial electricians between 2020 and 2027. Much of this demand is due to the retirement of the baby-boomer generation.

A rapid increase in industrial activity in BC has helped to create many new jobs for industrial electricians. Large construction and transportation projects in the Lower Mainland region will continue to be a source of job growth.

Demand for construction engineers depends largely on the growth in the construction industry. Over the next few years, the pace of residential construction is expected to slow, while industrial construction is expected to remain strong. You may find more stable employment working as a maintenance electrician than in construction. Employment in the construction industry is often project-based, so you may experience gaps in employment between projects.

You will also be in higher demand if you specialize in new technologies. Work performed by electricians is expanding to include:

  • alternative energy supplies, such as solar power, wind power and fuel cells
  • wiring for smart homes
  • automated systems for high-tech industries and complex computer offices
  • automated systems in mills, mines, oil and gas operations and other plants

There is an increased demand for electricians who can install and maintain these new systems.

Job Outlook in BC

Electricians (except industrial and power system) NOC 7241

Industrial Electricians NOC 7242

WorkBC provides job openings in BC regions from 2020-2027:

You can learn more about working as an electrician in BC from:

Types of Employers

Electricians work in many settings including:

Construction Electricians

  • employed by electrical contractors or construction companies
  • maintenance departments of commercial buildings and other establishments
  • may be self-employed

Industrial Electricians

  • heavy industry
  • maintenance departments of factories, mines, mills, oil and gas plants, shipyards, and other industrial establishments

Power System Electricians

  • employed by electric power generation and transmission companies
  • This is a very specialized occupation with very few employers in the province. BC Hydro is the main employer.

Salary

The median annual salary in BC for Construction Electricians (NOC 7241) is $56,311. Electricians who have their own business may earn more.

The median annual salary for Industrial Electricians (NOC 7242) and Power Systems Electricians (NOC 7243) is $72,996.

If you are training as an apprentice, you generally earn a percentage of a fully trained electrician’s salary. You receive increases in pay as you complete each year of your apprenticeship.

If you are employed full-time, you may also receive benefits such as paid sick days, and dental coverage.


Job Bank Canada provides average salaries in BC:

Construction Electricians NOC 7241

Source: Job Bank, Wage Report [search 7241]
Industrial Electricians, NOC 7242

Source: Job Bank, Wage Report [search 7242]
Sources: Career Cruising database (Profile for Electrician), Work BC Career Profiles

Working Hours

Electricians typically work 40 hours per week, with possible overtime.

Shift work is common for industrial and maintenance electricians, and you may have to work evenings and weekends.

Skills, Education and Experience

Skills

  • Detail oriented
  • Good hand-eye coordination
  • Reading skills
  • Math skills
  • Ability to interpret drawings
  • Spatial perception
  • Problem solving ability
  • Good physical movement and the ability to work in a variety of places

Education and Experience

To work as an electrician in BC you require:

  • completion of secondary school or equivalent course work
  • a certificate of qualification from the Industry Training Authority
  • registration in an apprenticeship program leading to qualification

Certified electricians are required to write the Red Seal Interprovincial Exam. Those who pass this exam are awarded the Red Seal, which means you can work as an electrician in the other provinces or territories without having to re-certify.

Qualifications

This occupation is regulated in British Columbia.

To work as an electrician in BC you must hold an industry training credential recognized by the Industry Training Authority BC (ITA BC). If you don’t hold a recognized training credential you may perform electrical work only if you are under direct supervision of someone who is fully qualified and you are registered as an electrical apprentice through ITA.

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The electrician apprenticeship requires a combination of work experience and in-school instruction that:

  • typically takes four years to complete
  • is available through secondary schools, colleges and technical institutes or by direct entry to the workplace

If you have significant work experience as an electrician but have never been certified in Canada, you may apply to challenge the certification. (To challenge you require 9,000 hours of directly related work experience).

If ITA approves your challenge application, you must then complete requirements which include successfully writing the Interprovincial Red Seal exam. In this case the completion of an apprenticeship program is not required.

For more information on the certification process, see:

Internationally Trained Electricians


If you have previous experience and/or training as an electrician, you may be able to become certified in a shorter period of time by challenging the certification.

Being approved to challenge means that if you meet the criteria for your trade you will not be required to go through the full program. Instead, you will be allowed to become certified by writing and passing the final exam.

For more information see:

The BC Industry Training Authority (ITA) provides assistance through the Immigrants in Trades Training Initiative. The program can help you with tuition funding, English classes, career counselling and more.

For information see:

Finding Jobs

You’ll find job advertisements in local newspapers, trade journals, and electronic sources, as well as through professional associations’ publications.

Local Newspapers

You can look at the Vancouver Sun & The Province at Vancouver Public Library for free. Check the job postings daily, the careers section in the Vancouver Sun on Wednesdays and Saturdays and in The Province on Sundays.

Job White Pages

  • Available online or in print at the Central Library
    NOTE:You can only access this database from the Central Library or VPL branch libraries. Access is NOT available from home or outside the Library.

Online Job Postings

  • Indeed.com
    Find jobs posted on a multitude of company career sites and job boards
  • WorkBC – Job Search

Professional Associations’ Career Resources

  • BC Electrical Association
  • Electrical Contractors Association of BC (ECABC)
  • Vancouver Regional Construction Association

Identifying the Right Position

When you browse job advertisements, you’ll find a range of different job titles that are relevant.

For construction electricians look for these related job titles:

  • Electrician
  • Apprentice Electrician
  • Construction Electrician
  • Domestic and Rural Electrician


For industrial electricians:

  • Electrician, Shipyard
  • Industrial Electrician Apprentice
  • Marine Electrician
  • Mill Electrician
  • Mine Electrician
  • Plant Electrician
  • Plant Maintenance Electrician

Creating a List of Potential Employers

You can use directories to produce lists of potential employers. Contact them directly to find out if they’re hiring.

  • BC Electrical Association Member Directory
  • BC Regional Construction Association Member Directories
  • Electrical Contractors Association of BC Member Directory
  • Reference Canada
    Click on “Start Search” beside Canadian Businesses, then select the “Advanced Search” button.
    Select both “Keyword/SIC/NAICS” under Business Type and “City” under Geography.
    In the top search box enter “electric” or “electrical” and click LOOKUP.
    Select the appropriate headings.
    Lower down, select the Province, choose the cities, and click the “View Results” button.
    NOTE:You can access this database from a Library computer. If you are using a computer from outside the Library, you will need a Vancouver Public Library card to login to this database. After clicking on the database name, you will be asked to enter your library card number and PIN (usually last four digits of your telephone number).

Applying for a Job

In Canada, employers usually expect to receive a resume or curriculum vitae and a cover letter that identifies the position you are applying for and summarizes your relevant experience.

Use the library catalogue to find books on writing resumes and cover letters specific to your industry.

To learn about applying for jobs in Canada, use the following guides:

Getting Help from Industry Sources

Industry Associations

Associations for electricians in BC and Canada can provide information and assistance. Registration and fees may be required for membership.

Industry Journals

Search the Vancouver Public Library catalogue for journals related to your profession. Examples at Central Library:

  • Electrical Business
    Also available at the Central Library, 338.47 E3831E
  • Electrical Line
    Also available at the Central Library, 621.305 E3831

Apprentice Electrician Канада

Сообщение Evgeny T » 14 мар 2015, 13:41

в этой жизни все реально. вопрос — зачем. . Илья напишите поподробнее какой бэкграунд и главное , что с языком.

Найдите сайт провинции по aprentice program. Прочитайте требования. В каждой провинции они свои.

Я смогу подсказать только по Онтарио, немного как apprentiecship работает. Но идея везде одинаковая — сначала найти РАБОТОДАТЕЛЯ, который возьмет вас на работу учеником. Чтобы найти хорошую работу (на которой оплатят и учебники и время в колледже) нужен язык или связи.

Если есть достаточно часов в России — можно пробовать сдать экзамен на лицензию сразу. Что с ней потом делать без канадского опыта — другая история.


Если вы сдадите pre-exemption test (теория за level 1) в колледже, то вас могут сразу направить на level 2 (Онтарио).

Вы можете набрать определенное количество часов (проверьте на сайте) и потом пойти сдавать экзамен.

В каждой провинции свое Ministry и каждое гонит по своему.
Ройтесь по форумам, ищите людей которые прошли этот путь в нужной вам провинции.
В общем ищите людей, которые знают людей, которым нужны работники.

Re: Работа электриком в Виннипеге

Сообщение Iuliia Rostov » 14 мар 2015, 13:58

Re: Работа электриком в Виннипеге

Сообщение Evgeny T » 14 мар 2015, 15:00

Часов для сдачи сразу на лицензию у Вас хватит, если что. Но канадцы прекрасно знают цену такой лицензии не подкрепленной реальным канадским опытом.

Если еще не читали — найдите историю Electrica на артефакте, caйт Есаула red seal ru.

Найдите пробный тест для электриков на red-seal ca. Насколько все понятно, сколько наберете с попытки?

Вы не ответили какие у вас оценки по языку. Это ключ к тому как быстро и как высоко вы пойдете в Канаде.

Найдите образцы резюме. Напишите свое. 5 штук, под разные требования к разным позиции. Которые найдете хотя-бы тут www.jobbank.gc.ca. Попросите чтобы покритиковали.

shop.csa.ca — можете купить как код, так и программу для тренировки вопросов на тест.

Еще раз, все что вам надо -это АНГЛИЙСКИЙ ЯЗЫК. Остальное вторично.

Re: Работа электриком в Виннипеге

Сообщение Iuliia Rostov » 15 мар 2015, 03:35

Re: Работа электриком в Виннипеге

Сообщение Iuliia Rostov » 15 мар 2015, 03:43

Re: Работа электриком в Виннипеге

Сообщение Evgeny T » 15 мар 2015, 07:56

справки. нет тут такого. потом еще и платить за перевод внятный.
Открываете описание NOC на государственном сайте (тех специальностей в которые пойти хотите). И пишите на красивом листе с нормальной шапкой наверху (название конторы, адрес, реквизиты) описание того что вы делали нормальными канадскими терминами на английском языке. И затем должна быть подпись человека с телефоном и адресом электронным, который сможет ответить Yes на звонок или письмо из Ministry. Собираете корочки в которых есть слова электричество, high voltage, допуски, фотографии, чертежи с работ.

про второе. забудьте этот пункт и не трепите нервы. Никто вам работу не предложит. Вы можете только максимально подготовиться к ее поиску. О чем с вами разговаривать, если визы на руках даже нет. Учите язык, 6 — у вас его нет. Найдите хорошего преподавателя. В Канаде каждый день без работы -200 долларов (сами переведите по курсу). Халявные курсы в группе из 20 человек = школьный учитель из любой школы сейчас, и все равно -200 долларов в день на жилье и еду. Может есть смысл найти хорошие индивидуальные занятия сейчас, все равно дешевле выйдет.

сейчас это разговор ни о чем, приедете разберетесь когда и как.

не упирайтесь в электрика. это долгая тема. я не знаю какой уровень жены, сколько у вас детей, денег, времени желания. Если есть возможность, пытайтесь прыгнуть выше. Взять нормальный старт с образования. Вначале будет полный . но потом все намного лучше.
Но это не 6 level языка. УЧИТЕ ЯЗЫК. Удачи.

Если будут конкретные вопросы по вышеназванным ссылкам пишите, может знаю что сказать, а может нет.

Electrician Apprentice

AECOM

Job Overview

Roles & Responsibilities

AECOM is seeking a Electrician Apprentice to be based in our Estevan, Saskatchewan location. This position install, alter, repair and maintain electrical systems designed to provide heat, light, power, control, signal or fire alarms for all types of buildings, structures and premises. May include the following responsibilities:

  • Run EMT and PVC Conduit
  • Installing single phase and 3 phase motors and other equipment
  • Fire alarm and emergency lighting systems
  • Sound systems
  • Data systems
  • 3 phase circuitry
  • 120/208 Volt installs
  • 347/600 Volt installs
  • Installing fluorescent, incandescent, and LED lighting
  • Turn over needs
  • Mentor junior apprentices

Where possible, please include/attach proof of minimum requirements with resume application. Minimum Requirements Current Registered Trade Apprentice. Preferred Qualifications Construction Safety Training System (CSTS) Certification H2S Alive Certification CSE (Confined Space Entry) Certification First Aid Certification Aerial work platform (AWP) Certification Fall Arrest and/or Fall Protection (OSSA issued ticket) Certification PST (Petroleum Safety Training)

About AECOM

We are a global network of experts working with clients, communities and colleagues to develop and implement innovative solutions to the world’s most complex challenges. Delivering clean water and energy. Building iconic skyscrapers. Planning new cities. Restoring damaged environments. Connecting people and economies with roads, bridges, tunnels and transit systems. Designing parks where children play. Helping governments maintain stability and security. We connect expertise across services, markets, and geographies to deliver transformative outcomes. Worldwide, we design, build, finance, operate and manage projects and programs that unlock opportunities, protect our environment and improve people’s lives.


Jobs für Electrician apprentice in Toronto, ON

Jobs für electrician apprentice in Toronto, ON

Jobtitel Arbeitgeber Standort Gehalt
Electrician (Apprentice, Journeyman or Master) T.G.L. Inc. Mississauga
Apprentice Electrician Royal electric group ltd Toronto
Apprentice Electrician Nord Electric Inc. Toronto
Apprentice Electrician Lawson Electric Inc Toronto
Journeyman and Apprentice Electricians O’Connor Electric Toronto
Apprentice Electrician NGB ELECTRIC INC Oakville
Journeyman Electrician/Apprentice Star Lighting Plus Inc. Toronto
Apprentice Electrician Metelix products Brampton
4th Year Electrician Apprentice — (Shift 4:30 PM — 1:00 AM) Maple Leaf Foods Brampton
Apprentice Electrician and licensed electricians Platinum Power Group Toronto
Weston Foods Production Bakery Apprentice Millwright or Apprentice Electrician Weston Foods Toronto
Apprentice Electrician and Journeymen needed Platinum Power Group Toronto
309A Electrician Journeyman / Apprentice — Construction and Maintenance North Electric Corporation Mississauga
Electrical Apprentice New Electric Enterprises Inc. Brampton
Journeyman Electrician & apprentices electrical — residential HOTWIRE ELECTRIC Toronto
Maintenance Electrician Atlantic Packaging Products Ltd Scarborough
Maintenance Electrician — Night Shift IKON Complete Inc. Toronto
Electrician red seal recruiting Concord
Electrician & 4th or 5th year Apprentice (Required Immediately) DBS Toronto
Maintenance Electrician ACE Bakery Vaughan
3rd year or higher Apprentice Electrician Closed Circuit Electrical Services Toronto
Electrician, Electrical apprentice Platinum Power Group Toronto
Electricians needed Platinum Power Group Toronto
309A Electrician/3rd or 4th Year Apprentice Southwestern Ontario Electrical Contractor Toronto
Installation Electrician Onyx-Fire Protection Services Inc. Toronto
5th term apprentices and 309a electricians — RESIDENTIAL HOTWIRE ELECTRIC Toronto
Electrician Ropes Electric Inc Toronto
Maintenance Electrician (Full-Time / Permanent) T.E.S. Employment Solution Concord
Foreman Electrician Logo Electric Limited Toronto
Maintenance Electrician Tradition Fine Foods Ltd Toronto
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Apprentice Electrician Salaries in Vancouver, BC, Canada Area

The average salary for a Apprentice Electrician is $32 in Vancouver, BC. Salaries estimates are based on 38 salaries submitted anonymously to Glassdoor by Apprentice Electrician employees in Vancouver, BC.

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Stella-Jones Apprentice Electrician salaries — 10 salaries reported Vancouver, BC, Canada Area CA$32 / hr
Weldwood Of Canada Apprentice Electrician salaries — 10 salaries reported Vancouver, BC, Canada Area CA$32 / hr
Valard Construction LP Apprentice Electrician salaries — 8 salaries reported Vancouver, BC, Canada Area CA$32 / hr
Hampton Lumber Apprentice Electrician salaries — 5 salaries reported Vancouver, BC, Canada Area CA$32 / hr
Richardson International Apprentice Electrician salaries — 2 salaries reported Vancouver, BC, Canada Area CA$38 / hr
Trotter & Morton Apprentice Electrician salaries — 1 salaries reported Vancouver, BC, Canada Area CA$20 / hr
International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers Apprentice Electrician salaries — 1 salaries reported Vancouver, BC, Canada Area CA$31 / hr
Lilly Electric Apprentice Electrician salaries — 1 salaries reported Vancouver, BC, Canada Area CA$24 / hr
Lakeview Power Systems Apprentice Electrician salaries — 1 salaries reported Vancouver, BC, Canada Area CA$32,441 / yr
Richardson International Electrician Apprentice III salaries — 2 salaries reported Vancouver, BC, Canada Area CA$40 / hr
Richardson International Electrician Apprentice II salaries — 2 salaries reported Vancouver, BC, Canada Area CA$39 / hr
Richardson International Electrician Apprentice I salaries — 2 salaries reported Vancouver, BC, Canada Area CA$39 / hr

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Immigrate to Canada as an Industrial Electrician

How to Immigrate to Canada as an Industrial Electrician?

Can I immigrate to Canada as an Industrial Electrician?

If you’re looking to immigrate to Canada as an Industrial Electrician you’re in luck! Industrial Electricians are in demand right across Canada and you may be able to secure a Canadian Permanent Residency Visa either with or without a job offer.

No doubt you will have read online that having a job offer to move to Canada is a prerequisite to accessing the Express Entry process but as an industrial electrician you also have other options to secure your Canada Visa from the start.

For starters, Industrial Electricians are eligible to apply to immigrate to Canada under the Canadian Government’s Immigration program due to the demand for Industrial Electricians in Canada being so great they have included the occupation on the targeted occupations list, known as the NOC list (National Occupation Code List).


The code for Industrial Electricians on the NOC is 7242

This is great news for qualified Industrial Electricians the world over hoping to live and work in Canada.

Express Entry for Canada is not a visa class at all, it is simply the method (or database) that Canadian Immigration uses to select the right candidates for a permanent residency visa and in that case, as an industrial electrician looking to immigrate to Canada we’ll be looking at the Federal Skilled Trades visa and Provincial Nominee program.

Industrial Electricians from all over the world are eligible to make an Express Entry for Industrial Electrician Canada Residency providing they have the right skills, experience and qualifications in their home country.

Industrial Electricians looking to move to Canada to work under this NOC category 7242, might be employed under work titles including:

apprentice industrial electrician

apprentice marine electrician

diesel electrician – railway

electric signal repairer – railway

electrical repairer – crane maintenance

electrician – rail transport

industrial electrical repairer

industrial electrician apprentice

industrial electrician lead hand

journeyman/woman industrial electrician

machine shop electrical repairer

maintenance electrician – industrial

marine equipment electrician

plant maintenance electrician

railway signal installer

railway signal maintainer

ship’s electrician – shipbuilding and repair

ship’s electrician – water transport

All these roles held by industrial electricians are eligible to apply under this specific NOC category of 7242

Tasks for those looking to Immigrate to Canada as an Industrial Electrician

In general industrial electricians moving to Canada will be able to demonstrate knowledge or experience of the following:

Read and interpret drawings, blueprints, schematics and electrical code specifications to determine layout of industrial electrical equipment installations

Install, examine, replace or repair electrical wiring, receptacles, switch boxes, conduits, feeders, fibre-optic and coaxial cable assemblies, lighting fixtures and other electrical components

Test electrical and electronic equipment and components for continuity, current, voltage and resistance

Maintain, repair, install and test switchgear, transformers, switchboard meters, regulators and reactors

Maintain, repair, test and install electrical motors, generators, alternators, industrial storage batteries and hydraulic and pneumatic electrical control systems

Troubleshoot, maintain and repair industrial, electrical and electronic control systems and other related devices

Conduct preventive maintenance programs and keep maintenance records

May install, maintain and calibrate industrial instrumentation and related devices.

Whilst the above is meant as a general guide do take our free online visa assessment for further information and be sure to list out your skills and qualifications in detail.

Emigrate Canada has a dedicated Industrial Electricians Canada desk that only represents qualified industrial electricians immigrate to Canada. They understand your profession and can talk your language when it comes to explaining your immigration pathway and the route to securing a Canada Visa for you (and your family).


Qualifications Required to Immigrate to Canada as an Industrial Electrician

In the UK, for example, we’ll be looking for NVQ Level III

From South Africa, you will be expected to hold your Red Seal

We’re happy to represent Industrial Electrician clients from all over the World so regardless of your country of qualification feel free to contact us today for a full breakdown of your Canadian Immigration chances.

How to Immigrate to Canada as an Industrial Electrician

The first stage in your Canadian immigration process is to calculate your Canada Immigration points for Express Entry using the Canadian Comprehensive Ranking System.

CRS Points are awarded for (amongst other things)

Your partner’s skills

As well as providing you with important CRS points these factors also count towards your overall Immigration Points score which must equal or exceed a total of 67

Take our free online visa assessment for an up to date report on whether you have enough points to immigrate to Canada as an industrial electrician from both an Express Entry and Immigration points perspective.

Once you receive an ITA (Invitation to apply) from Canadian Immigration as a result of your Express Entry application you’ll only have 60 days in which to lodge a formal application so under no circumstances should you lodge an Express Entry application ‘claiming’ to have certain points without first having all of your points verified through different testing, education equivalence certificates and skilled trades assessments.

Once you are invited to apply for your Canada Visa you cannot go back and have these things verified retrospectively, they must be done before you claim any points for them and given that your express entry profile is only valid for one year it makes sense to present the best possible case right from the start.

Skills Assessment to Immigrate to Canada as an industrial electrician

The process of getting your industrial electrician skills, experience and qualifications verified is called Skills Assessment and it serves two purposes.

Canada Industrial Electrician Skills Assessment purpose one: With a positive skills assessment you’ll be able to claim the requisite points on both the Express Entry CRS and eventual Federal Skilled Trades application.

Canada Industrial Electrician Skills Assessment purpose two: Your positive skills assessment will also double as your Red Seal qualification so having your electrical skills assessed means that you’ll be qualified to work as an industrial electrician in Canada from day one.

How to get registered to Immigrate to Canada as an industrial electrician

As part of your immigration process, your dedicated Industrial Electricians Canada account manager will arrange for your Red Seal equivalency process so there’s no need to worry about how to move to Canada ; we’ll have you covered from the moment you get the ball rolling.

Can I immigrate as an Industrial Electrician Canada without a job offer?

The answer is a resounding yes, providing you have a reasonable total CRS score on your Express Entry application and can meet the 67 immigration point threshold for your Canada Federal Skilled Trades Visa.

Technically there is no minimum CRS score required to submit an Industrial Electrician Canada Express Entry profile.

Of course, securing a job offer (documented in the right way for immigration purposes i.e. LMT) will give you an instant CRS boost of 600 points so it makes sense to start this process as soon as is practical.

Industrial Electrician Jobs in Canada

Occupations on the Canada NOC list can be classed as being ‘in demand’ and the Industrial electrician’s code 7242 has been firmly established on the list for many years with lots of opportunities right across the country.

As a qualified new and highly skilled Permanent resident of Canada, you may work full time from day one, either as a direct employee, contractor or in a self-employed capacity. Industrial Electrician jobs in Canada are often better paid than in the UK, Europe and Asia and Canadian employment law respects the work-life balance. Additionally, Industrial Electricians in Canada are highly unionised which whilst sounds like a dirty word in many parts of the world is actually instrumental in championing better pay and conditions right across the Country.

Industrial Electricians can also join the Electrical Contractors Association of Canada as well as other industry bodies assisting Industrial Electricians in Larger Organisations.

Emigrate Canada are the Industrial Electrician Canada Visa specialists with a dedicated Skilled Trades desk ideally placed to take care of not just your immigration paperwork, but also to get you registered to work from day one.

Как устроиться электриком на работу в Канаду?

Вы собрались устроиться электриком на работу в Канаду? Затея не из простых, но не невыполнимая. Достаточно следовать некоторым советам. Что нужно для этого? Найти работодателя. Чтобы его найти, его нужно заинтересовать собой. А сделать это можно через правильно составленное резюме, в котором оговорено о наличии соответствующей компетенции.

  • приехать в Канаду с уже имеющимся образованием и опытом работы электриком;
  • получить образование электрика в Канаде.

Эти два пути объединяет одно: для работы электриком в Канаде понадобится документ о получении вами соответствующего образования. Это может быть либо:

  • диплом об окончании в Канаде специализированных курсов или колледжа;
  • документ, подтверждающий эквивалентность вашего российского (или любого другого) диплома канадским стандартам.

Если вы уже электрик и планируете иммигрировать в Канаду…


Если вы уже электрик, у вас есть соответствующий стаж работы (2 года за последние 5 лет) и знание языка (соответствие CanadianLevelBenchmark5) , то вполне можно приехать на работу в Канаду по новой программе Federal Skilled Trades Program. Действует она с 2013 года. Несколько НО. Кроме минимального знания языка, вы должны:

  • либо найти работодателя и получить приглашение на работу в Канаду;
  • либо подтвердить свои документы на соответствие канадским стандартам образования и сделать это, еще будучи на родине.

Найти работодателя в Канаде, который сделает все необходимые документы для вашего приезда в страну – очень сложно. Ведь работодатели должны для начала размещать объявления о поиске сотрудников. Только после того, как желающие занять вакансию среди жителей Канады не найдутся, работодатели могут рассчитывать на то, что в государственных органах ( Министерстве трудовых ресурсов и социального развития Канады) им дадут разрешение на трудоустройство высококвалифицированного специалиста из другой страны. Это — Labour Market Opinion.

В принципе, такая возможность существует, но практическая реализация очень далека от реальности. Вся причина в том, что от момента договоренности с работодателем, и до момента получения визы в Канаду, проходит около года. Но все возможно, если у вас высокий уровень квалификации, свободный английский и подтвержденный опыт работы в известных компаниях по специальности электрика.

Если у вас уже есть опыт работы, то вам понадобится доказать, что он соответствует тому объему и требованиям, которые выдвигаются в Канаде для претендентов на прохождение пути от ученика до компетентного работника. Для подтверждения документов отправляется запрос в территориальные органы Канады. В каждой провинции для этого выделено учреждение: http://www.red-seal.ca/[email protected]?#contact .

Нововведение рассчитано на то, что потенциальные иммигранты попадут в Канаду уже во всеоружии и не будут тратить время на сертификацию. Ведь время, пока не найдена первая работа, нужно как-то жить. Заблаговременное оформление документов поможет раньше стать на ноги

Если вы уже в Канаде и хотите найти работу электриком…

Подтверждение квалификации: готовимся и сдаем экзамен

Если вы уже в Канаде и хотите найти работу электриком, то понадобится подтвердить имеющийся опыт работы.

Если вы работали электриком на родине, то вам будет намного проще, чем начинать с нуля. Достаточно привезти (или запросить) документы, подтверждающие опыт работы. Доказательством и служат переведенные копии диплома о профильном образовании и рекомендательное письмо с предыдущего места работы. Письмо лучше составлять на бланке, а в нем указывать, на какой должности, по какой специальности (в соответствии с национальным классификатором профессий в Канаде) и сколько часов (не менее 9000) вы проработали. Обязательно должен быть указан номер телефона особы, которая сможет подтвердить то, что вы действительно работали в указанной организации. Это будет отличным свидетельством наличия у вас стажа. Такое письмо, как и документы об образовании, должно быть переведено на английский язык. Этого достаточно, чтобы вас допустили к экзамену, подтверждающему вашу компетенцию.

Такиие экзамены проводятся по территориальности и дают право заниматься соответствующей работой на территории определенной провинции. Если вы подаете документы на промышленного электрика, то лучше иметь сертификаты о прохождении курсов PLC (промышленные контроллеры), которые вы найдете при любой школе электриков. Для подготовки к таким экзаменам очень поможет pre-exam курс, который проводится во многих колледжах. Это может быть субботнее обучение про несколько часов в день. Те, кто уже имел опыт поиска работы электриком в Канаде, утверждают, что наличие хоть мало-мальской «корочки» из канадского учебного заведения значительно увеличивает шансы.

Получение квалификации: учимся и работаем одновременно

Один из вариантов стать электриком – пройти путь от ученика до специалиста, совмещая работу и учебу. Прежде чем получить сертификат, человек может работать, но в качестве ученика.

Самый трудный момент — найти работодателя, который согласится взять ученика. Такое место тоже нужно найти. Ведь в организациях не могут себе позволить учеников больше, чем самих специалистов-электриков (допускается соотношение 1:1). Для осуществения такого сценария понадобится явиться в Ministry of training, colleges and universities и зарегистрироваться, потом прийти на собеседование вместе с работодателем. Стоимость регистрации $40, а весь курс обучения может стоить $2000.

После окончания срока пребывания в качестве apprentice и сдают экзамен на получение сертификата, который позволяет искать более квалифицированную и лучше оплачиваемую работу.

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