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Trades in the Construction Sector include (▲ denotes a Compulsory* Trade):

  • Architectural Glass and Metal Technician
  • Brick and Stone Mason
  • Cement (Concrete) Finisher
  • Concrete Pump Operator
  • Construction Boilermaker
  • Construction Craft Worker
  • Construction Millwright
  • Drywall Finisher and Plasterer
  • Drywall, Acoustic and Lathing Applicator
  • Electrician — Construction and Maintenance▲
  • Electrician — Domestic and Rural▲
  • Exterior Insulated Finish Systems Mechanic
  • Floor Covering Installer
  • General Carpenter
  • Hazardous Materials Worker
  • Heat and Frost Insulator
  • Heavy Equipment Operator — Dozer
  • Heavy Equipment Operator — Excavator
  • Heavy Equipment Operator —Tractor Loader Backhoe
  • Hoisting Engineer — Mobile Crane Operator 1▲
  • Hoisting Engineer — Mobile Crane Operator 2▲
  • Hoisting Engineer — Tower Crane Operator▲
  • Ironworker — Generalist
  • Ironworker — Structural and Ornamental
  • Native Residential Construction Worker
  • Painter and Decorator — Commercial and Residential
  • Painter and Decorator — Industrial
  • Plumber▲
  • Powerline Technician
  • Precast Concrete Erector
  • Precast Concrete Finisher
  • Refractory Mason
  • Refrigeration and Air Conditioning Systems Mechanic▲
  • Reinforcing Rodworker
  • Residential (Low Rise) Sheet Metal Installer▲
  • Residential Air Conditioning Systems Mechanic▲
  • Restoration Mason
  • Roofer
  • Sheet Metal Worker▲
  • Sprinkler and Fire Protection Installer
  • Steamfitter▲
  • Terrazzo, Tile and Marble Setter

*To work in a Compulsory Trade, one must be a registered Apprentice or fully qualified Journeyperson.
Co-op students may participate in placements in Compulsory trades, provided that they have completed and submitted the OYAP Participant form.