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Ontario College of Trades and Apprenticeship Act, 2009

ONTARIO REGULATION 175/11

Prescribed Trades and Related Matters

Consolidation Period:  From February 3, 2015 to the e-Laws currency date.

Last amendment: O. Reg. 22/15.

This is the English version of a bilingual regulation.

CONTENTS

1.

Prescribed trades, general

2.

Prescribed trades, construction sector

3.

Prescribed trades, industrial sector

4.

Prescribed trades, motive power sector

5.

Prescribed trades, service sector

6.

Prescribed trades, review panel decision

Prescribed trades, general

1. The trades listed in subsections 2 (1), 3 (1), 4 (1) and 5 (1) are prescribed trades for the purposes of the Act.  O. Reg. 175/11, s. 1.

Prescribed trades, construction sector

2. (1) For purposes of sections 13, 19 and 20 of the Act, the trades that belong to the construction sector are:

Architectural Glass and Metal Technician.

Brick and Stone Mason.

Cement (Concrete) Finisher.

Concrete Pump Operator.

Construction Boilermaker.

Construction Craft Worker.

Construction Millwright.

Drywall, Acoustic and Lathing Applicator.

Drywall Finisher and Plasterer.

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 Air Conditioning Systems Mechanic.

Residential (Low Rise) Sheet Metal Installer.

Restoration Mason.

Roofer.

Sheet Metal Worker.

Sprinkler and Fire Protection Installer.

Steamfitter.

Terrazzo, Tile and Marble Setter.

O. Reg. 175/11, s. 2 (1); O. Reg. 128/13, s. 1 (1).

(2) The following trades in the construction sector are named for purposes of section 68 of the Act, requiring that apprentices in these trades are entitled to be paid the wage rates, if any, prescribed for their trade: 

Brick and Stone Mason.

Cement (Concrete) Finisher.

Construction Boilermaker.

Construction Millwright.

Drywall Finisher and Plasterer.

Electrician — Construction and Maintenance.

Electrician — Domestic and Rural.

General Carpenter.

Heat and Frost Insulator.

Hoisting Engineer — Mobile Crane Operator 1.

Hoisting Engineer — Mobile Crane Operator 2.

Hoisting Engineer — Tower Crane Operator.

Ironworker — Generalist.

Ironworker — Structural and Ornamental.

Painter and Decorator — Commercial and Residential.

Painter and Decorator — Industrial.

Plumber.

Powerline Technician.

Precast Concrete Erector.

Precast Concrete Finisher.

Refrigeration and Air Conditioning Systems Mechanic.

Reinforcing Rodworker.

Residential Air Conditioning Systems Mechanic.

Residential (Low Rise) Sheet Metal Installer.

Restoration Mason.

Sheet Metal Worker.

Sprinkler and Fire Protection Installer.

Steamfitter.

Terrazzo, Tile and Marble Setter.

O. Reg. 175/11, s. 2 (2); O. Reg. 128/13, s. 1 (2).

(3) The following trades in the construction sector are named for purposes of section 69 of the Act, requiring that apprentices in these trades must complete the number of hours, if any, prescribed for their trade in order to complete their apprenticeship program:

Architectural Glass and Metal Technician.

Brick and Stone Mason.

Cement (Concrete) Finisher.

Construction Boilermaker.

Construction Millwright.

Drywall, Acoustic and Lathing Applicator.

Drywall Finisher and Plasterer.

Electrician — Construction and Maintenance.

Electrician — Domestic and Rural.

Floor Covering Installer.

General Carpenter.

Heat and Frost Insulator.

Hoisting Engineer — Mobile Crane Operator 1.

Hoisting Engineer — Mobile Crane Operator 2.

Hoisting Engineer — Tower Crane Operator.

Ironworker — Generalist.

Ironworker — Structural and Ornamental.

Painter and Decorator — Commercial and Residential.

Painter and Decorator — Industrial.

Plumber.

Powerline Technician.

Precast Concrete Erector.

Precast Concrete Finisher.

Refrigeration and Air Conditioning Systems Mechanic.

Reinforcing Rodworker.

Residential Air Conditioning Systems Mechanic.

Residential (Low Rise) Sheet Metal Installer.

Restoration Mason.

Roofer.

Sheet Metal Worker.

Sprinkler and Fire Protection Installer.

Steamfitter.

Terrazzo, Tile and Marble Setter.

O. Reg. 175/11, s. 2 (3); O. Reg. 128/13, s. 1 (3).

(4) The trades in the construction sector that are subject to a journeyperson to apprentice ratio are:

Architectural Glass and Metal Technician.

Brick and Stone Mason.

Cement (Concrete) Finisher.

Construction Boilermaker.

Construction Millwright.

Drywall, Acoustic and Lathing Applicator.

Drywall Finisher and Plasterer.

Electrician — Construction and Maintenance.

Electrician — Domestic and Rural.

Floor Covering Installer.

General Carpenter.

Heat and Frost Insulator.

Hoisting Engineer — Mobile Crane Operator 1.

Hoisting Engineer — Mobile Crane Operator 2.

Hoisting Engineer — Tower Crane Operator.

Ironworker — Generalist.

Ironworker — Structural and Ornamental.

Painter and Decorator — Commercial and Residential.

Painter and Decorator — Industrial.

Plumber.

Powerline Technician.

Precast Concrete Erector.

Precast Concrete Finisher.

Refrigeration and Air Conditioning Systems Mechanic.

Reinforcing Rodworker.

Residential Air Conditioning Systems Mechanic.

Residential (Low Rise) Sheet Metal Installer.

Restoration Mason.

Roofer.

Sheet Metal Worker.

Sprinkler and Fire Protection Installer.

Steamfitter.

Terrazzo, Tile and Marble Setter.

O. Reg. 175/11, s. 2 (4); O. Reg. 128/13, s. 1 (4).

(5) For the purposes of section 91 of the Act, the following trades in the construction sector were designated as compulsory trades before section 61 of the Act came into force, and each trade shall retain its status as a compulsory trade until it is changed by a Board regulation pursuant to section 61 of the Act:

Electrician — Construction and Maintenance.

Electrician — Domestic and Rural.

Hoisting Engineer — Mobile Crane Operator 1.

Hoisting Engineer — Mobile Crane Operator 2.

Hoisting Engineer — Tower Crane Operator.

Plumber.

Refrigeration and Air Conditioning Systems Mechanic.

Residential Air Conditioning Systems Mechanic.

Residential (Low Rise) Sheet Metal Installer.

Sheet Metal Worker.

Steamfitter.

O. Reg. 175/11, s. 2 (5); O. Reg. 22/15, s. 1 (1).

(6) For the purposes of section 91 of the Act, the following trades in the construction sector were designated as voluntary trades before section 61 of the Act came into force, and each trade shall retain its status as a voluntary trade until it is changed by a Board regulation pursuant to section 61 of the Act:

Architectural Glass and Metal Technician.

Brick and Stone Mason.

Cement (Concrete) Finisher.

Concrete Pump Operator.

Construction Boilermaker.

Construction Craft Worker.

Construction Millwright.

Drywall, Acoustic and Lathing Applicator.

Drywall Finisher and Plasterer.

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.

Ironworker — Generalist.

Ironworker — Structural and Ornamental.

Native Residential Construction Worker.

Painter and Decorator — Commercial and Residential.

Painter and Decorator — Industrial.

Powerline Technician.

Precast Concrete Erector.

Precast Concrete Finisher.

Refractory Mason.

Reinforcing Rodworker.

Restoration Mason.

Roofer.

Sprinkler and Fire Protection Installer.

Terrazzo, Tile and Marble Setter.

O. Reg. 175/11, s. 2 (6); O. Reg. 128/13, s. 1 (5); O. Reg. 22/15, s. 1 (2).

Prescribed trades, industrial sector

3. (1) For purposes of sections 13, 19 and 20 of the Act, the trades that belong to the industrial sector are:

Bearings Mechanic.

Blacksmith.

Cabinetmaker.

Composite Structures Technician.

Computer Numerical Control (CNC) Programmer.

Die Designer.

Draftsperson — Mechanical.

Draftsperson — Plastic Mould Design.

Draftsperson — Tool and Die Design.

Electric Motor System Technician.

Electrical Control (Machine) Builder.

Electrician (Signal Maintenance).

Elevating Devices Mechanic.

Entertainment Industry Power Technician.

Facilities Mechanic.

Facilities Technician.

Fitter — Assembler (Motor Assembly).

General Machinist.

Hydraulic/Pneumatic Mechanic.

Industrial Electrician.

Industrial Mechanic Millwright.

Instrumentation and Control Technician.

Light Rail Overhead Contact Systems Linesperson.

Locksmith.

Machine Tool Builder and Integrator.

Metal Fabricator (Fitter).

Mould Designer.

Mould Maker.

Mould or Die Finisher.

Optics Technician (Lens and Prism Maker).

Packaging Machine Mechanic.

Pattern Maker.

Precision Metal Fabricator.

Pressure Systems Welder.

Process Operator — Food Manufacturing.

Process Operator — Power.

Process Operator — Refinery, Chemical and Liquid Processes.

Process Operator — Wood Products.

Pump Systems Installer.

Railway Car Technician.

Relay and Instrumentation Technician.

Roll Grinder/Turner.

Saw Filer/Fitter.

Ski Lift Mechanic.

Surface Blaster.

Surface Mount Assembler.

Thin Film Technician.

Tool and Cutter Grinder.

Tool and Die Maker.

Tool and Gauge Inspector.

Tool/Tooling Maker.

Tractor-Trailer Commercial Driver.

Water Well Driller.

Welder.

O. Reg. 175/11, s. 3 (1).

(2) For the purposes of section 91 of the Act, the trades in the industrial sector listed in subsection (1) were designated as voluntary trades before section 61 of the Act came into force, and each trade shall retain its status as a voluntary trade until it is changed by a Board regulation pursuant to section 61 of the Act. O. Reg. 22/15, s. 2.

Prescribed trades, motive power sector

4. (1) For purposes of sections 13, 19 and 20 of the Act, the trades that belong to the motive power sector are:

Agricultural Equipment Technician.

Alignment and Brakes Technician.

Auto Body and Collision Damage Repairer.

Auto Body Repairer.

Automotive Electronic Accessory Technician.

Automotive Glass Technician.

Automotive Painter.

Automotive Service Technician.

Fuel and Electrical Systems Technician.

Heavy Duty Equipment Technician.

Marine Engine Technician.

Motive Power Machinist.

Motorcycle Technician.

Powered Lift Truck Technician.

Recreation Vehicle Technician.

Small Engine Technician.

Tire, Wheel and Rim Mechanic.

Transmission Technician.

Truck and Coach Technician.

Truck-Trailer Service Technician.

Turf Equipment Technician.

O. Reg. 175/11, s. 4 (1).

(2) For the purposes of section 91 of the Act, the following trades in the motive power sector were designated as compulsory trades before section 61 of the Act came into force, and each trade shall retain its status as a compulsory trade until it is changed by a Board regulation pursuant to section 61 of the Act:

Alignment and Brakes Technician.

Auto Body and Collision Damage Repairer.

Auto Body Repairer.

Automotive Electronic Accessory Technician.

Automotive Service Technician.

Fuel and Electrical Systems Technician.

Motorcycle Technician.

Transmission Technician.

Truck and Coach Technician.

Truck-Trailer Service Technician.

O. Reg. 175/11, s. 4 (2); O. Reg. 22/15, s. 3 (1).

(3) For the purposes of section 91 of the Act, the following trades in the motive power sector were designated as voluntary trades before section 61 of the Act came into force, and each trade shall retain its status as a voluntary trade until it is changed by a Board regulation pursuant to section 61 of the Act:

Agricultural Equipment Technician.

Automotive Glass Technician.

Automotive Painter.

Heavy Duty Equipment Technician.

Marine Engine Technician.

Motive Power Machinist.

Powered Lift Truck Technician.

Recreation Vehicle Technician.

Small Engine Technician.

Tire, Wheel and Rim Mechanic.

Turf Equipment Technician.

O. Reg. 175/11, s. 4 (3); O. Reg. 22/15, s. 3 (2).

Prescribed trades, service sector

5. (1) For purposes of sections 13, 19 and 20 of the Act, the trades that belong to the service sector are:

Aboriginal Child Development Practitioner.

Agricultural — Dairy Herdsperson.

Agricultural — Fruit Grower.

Agricultural — Swine Herdsperson.

Appliance Service Technician.

Arborist.

Assistant Cook.

Baker.

Baker-Patissier.

Chef.

Child and Youth Worker.

Child Development Practitioner.

Cook.

Developmental Services Worker.

Educational Assistant.

Electronic Service Technician.

Gemsetter/Goldsmith.

Hairstylist.

Hardware, Lumber and Building Materials Retailer.

Horse Groom.

Horse Harness Maker.

Horticultural Technician.

Information Technology — Contact Centre Customer Service Agent.

Information Technology — Contact Centre Sales Agent.

Information Technology — Contact Centre Technical Support Agent.

Information Technology — Hardware Technician.

Information Technology — Network Technician.

Institutional Cook.

Micro Electronics Manufacturer.

Native Clothing and Crafts Artisan.

Network Cabling Specialist.

Parts Technician.

Pool, Hot Tub and Spa — Installer.

Pool, Hot Tub and Spa — Service Technician.

Retail Meat Cutter.

Saddlery.

Special Events Coordinator.

Utility Arborist.

Wooden Boat Rebuilder.

O. Reg. 175/11, s. 5 (1); O. Reg. 128/13, s. 2.

(2) For the purposes of section 91 of the Act, the trade of hairstylist in the service sector was designated as a compulsory trade before section 61 of the Act came into force, and the trade shall retain its status as a compulsory trade until it is changed by a Board regulation pursuant to section 61 of the Act. O. Reg. 22/15, s. 4.

(3) Subject to subsection (2), for the purposes of section 91 of the Act, the trades in the service sector listed in subsection (1) were designated as voluntary trades before section 61 of the Act came into force, and each trade shall retain its status as a voluntary trade until it is changed by a Board regulation pursuant to section 61 of the Act. O. Reg. 22/15, s. 4.

Prescribed trades, review panel decision

6. Ontario Regulation 20/15 (Compulsory and Voluntary Trades) made under the Act sets out the trades that have been prescribed by the Board, pursuant to section 61 of the Act, as compulsory trades or voluntary trades following a review panel decision. O. Reg. 22/15, s. 5.

 

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