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Postal Notice

In the event of a postal strike, Apprenticeship and Industry Training will not mail client documents. 

At this time, AIT will continue to send documents via Canada Post. Any change in that status will be reflected in this space  Additional information is available by calling, toll-free, to the AIT Information LIne at 1-800-248-4823.

Information is also available regarding Student Aid services during a postal dispute

Skilled. Respected. Valued.

Alberta’s Apprenticeship and Industry Training system is developed with industry, for industry – resulting in a highly skilled, educated and competitive workforce.

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Apprentices learn on the job, ensuring that they receive practical, hands-on-training that meets the needs of current and future employers.

Learn about three top apprentices at various stages of their careers in the ironworker, locksmith and plumber/gasfitter (B) trades.

Learn On the Job

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  • What's an Apprenticeship?
  • Who is Eligible?
  • Occupational Training
Interested in learning an Alberta trade or occupation? Find out how to get started...

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Experienced Workers

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  • Qualification Certificates
  • Occupational Certificates
  • Interprovincial Red Seal
Find out if your training and experience meet Alberta Industry standards...

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Trades & Occupations

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  • Trades and Occupations List
  • What's a Trade?
  • What's an Occupation?
Find out more about Alberta's different designated trades and occupations... 

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Prior Learning Assessment

Prior Learning Assessment establishes entrance requirements or advanced standing in an apprenticeship based on:
  • an entrance exam
  • completed training
  • currently enrolled
  • from another province
  • working in trade but not an apprentice.

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Financial Assistance

You may be eligible for financial assistance during technical training

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