In Alberta, a formal Apprenticeship and Industry Training Board Apprenticeship Accreditation Policy has been in place since October 1, 1996. How to make a fake Journeyman Certificate, buy Canada Journeyman Certificate, order a fake Canada Occupational Certificate, order a Canada certificate.
A Provincial Apprenticeship Committee (PAC) is authorized to recognize, within the policy guidelines prescribed in this policy document, a training program, course of training or program of study as equivalent to the formal instruction or on the job training of an apprenticeship program in its trade.
The purpose of recognizing training is to facilitate the granting of credit to a prospective apprentice for having successfully completed that training. This credit is used by staff of Alberta Advanced Education and Career Development to determine the level at which the prospective apprentice enters an apprenticeship program.
Regardless of how much credit a person receives, a person must spend a minimum of 12 months in an Alberta apprenticeship program in order to receive an Alberta Journeyman Certificate.
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In addition to the general standards outlined, A PAC should adhere to the following program specific standards when determining if training in these programs should be recognized:
Trade related pre-employment programs should contain curriculum that is equivalent to the training content of at least the first period formal instruction component of the apprenticeship program in the applicable trade.
Technology, technician or other related programs should contain curriculum that is equivalent to the training content of one or more periods of formal instruction in the apprenticeship program in the applicable trade.
Career and Technology Studies and other trade related high school program modules selected for accreditation should contain curriculum that is equivalent to the training content of one or more periods of formal instruction in the apprenticeship program in the applicable trade.
Policy for the recognition of training which is common to two or more trades.