AR 203/2000 DESIGNATION OF OPTIONAL CERTIFICATION TRADES REGULATION (Consolidated up to 94/2013)
ALBERTA REGULATION 203/2000
Apprenticeship and Industry Training Act
DESIGNATION OF OPTIONAL CERTIFICATION TRADES REGULATION
Table of Contents
1.1 Designated occupations
1.2 Deemed designated occupations
3 Coming into force Definition
1 In this Regulation, “Act” means the Apprenticeship and Industry Training Act.
AR 7/2006 s2
1.1(1) The following occupations are designated as optional certification trades:
(a) outdoor power equipment technician;
(b) natural gas compression technician.
(2) For each of the optional certification trades designated under subsection (1), an apprenticeship program in that trade is hereby established.
AR 203/2000 s1;7/2006;24/2011
Deemed designated occupations
1.2 The following occupations are deemed under section 57(3) and (4) of the Act to be designated as optional certification trades under section 22 of the Act:
(a) agricultural mechanic (now known as agricultural equipment technician);
(f) cement finisher (now known as concrete finisher);
(g) communication electrician (now known as communication technician);
(i) electrical rewind mechanic (now known as electric motor systems technician);
(j) floorcovering mechanic (now known as floorcovering installer);
(k) glassworker (now known as glazier);
(l) instrument mechanic (now known as instrument technician);
(n) landscape gardener;
(o) lather‑interior systems mechanic;
(s) painter and decorator;
(t) partsman (now known as parts technician);
(u) power lineman (now known as powerline technician);
(v) power system electrician;
(x) repealed AR 94/2013 s2;
(y) sprinkler systems installer;
(z) steel fabricator (now known as structural steel and plate fitter);
(bb) repealed AR 90/2009 s2;
(cc) transport refrigeration mechanic (now known as transport refrigeration technician);
(dd) water well driller.
AR 7/2006 s3;146/2007;90/2009;94/2013
2 For the purpose of ensuring that this Regulation is reviewed for ongoing relevancy and necessity, with the option that it may be repassed in its present or an amended form following a review, this Regulation expires on October 31, 2016.
AR 203/2000 s2;33/2004;7/2006
Coming into force
3 This Regulation comes into force on April 1, 2001.