Where it Can Take You
Boilermakers are employed in metal fabricating, construction, shipbuilding, rail transport, petroleum and coal products, electric power, iron and steel, and oil and gas. In the construction industry, they are primarily employed in the construction of industrial plants such as pulp mills, mine mills, generating plants, and oil and gas plants.
Boilermakers may advance to supervisory positions such as foreman or superintendent.
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Graduate Information & Opportunities
Red Seal Certification
Apprentices may attempt the Interprovincial Exam in the final period of their apprenticeship training and, if successful, be granted a Red Seal under the Interprovincial Standards Red Seal Program. A Red Seal ensures recognition of your certification throughout Canada without further examination.
Blue Seal Certification
Individuals possessing a valid Alberta Journeyman Certificate, an Alberta Qualification Certificate, an Alberta Occupational Certificate, or a valid recognized credential are eligible to receive a Blue Seal business credential after completing the necessary requirements.
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