Apprentice Intake 2023 - Application Period Concluded

We appreciate everyone who has applied for the 2023 intake. If you have been selected to write the Mechanical Aptitude Test, you will receive a confirmation email from Orderline by the end of the day on Thursday, July 6, 2023.

Candidates who have passed the test will be contacted during the week of July 10th, 2023, via email to schedule their interviews.

We kindly request all applicants to regularly check their inbox, as well as their junk or spam folders, for important communications from us. Prompt responses to our emails are greatly appreciated.

Please note: Our office staff does not have access to exam results and will not be able to provide any updates regarding the intake. We kindly request that you refrain from calling, emailing, or visiting our office seeking this information. Your understanding is appreciated.

Mandatory Requirements

  1. Must be at least 18 year of age and possess a valid driver's license.
  2. Must be legally entitled to work in Canada.
  3. Must have successfully completed a minimum Grade 12 education, including Grade 12 math.

Applicants will be required to upload supporting documents for proof of age, education and a resume before receiving authorization to write the online mechanical aptitude test.

The following documents will be accepted:

  1. Valid Driver's License
  2. High School Transcript that shows Grade 12 Math and OSSD completion
  3. OR High School Equivalency (GED) Certificate
  4. OR an ICAS Report
  5. OR a High School Diploma and a College level math transcript accompanied by a letter from the College stating that the curriculum of the course completed is equivalent to a grade 12 Math credit.

After You Apply

Only the applicants who meet the requirements and have the top scores on the Mechanical Aptitude test will be contacted for an interview.

Those applicants selected from the interviews must attend a mandatory safety training session. After the training session is completed, probationary apprentices will be placed on a list to be dispatched as work becomes available. If you are accepted for an apprenticeship, you will be required to:

  • Serve a 9000-hour apprenticeship.
  • Be punctual and maintain a good attendance record on the job.
  • Provide own transportation to and from job sites.
  • Work under the direction of a Journeyperson on the job site and perform duties.
  • Attend related training classes regularly and maintain an acceptable average in those classes.
  • Training will include three sessions of Trade School (8 weeks each), and also minimum of four mandatory night school courses over the five-year contract.
  • Abide by all rules and regulations of the Joint Apprenticeship Training Committee.