Special Requirements

Exam Accommodations

Clients requiring accommodations are defined as clients who have a disability of an intellectual, physical, sensory, emotional or behavioral nature or a learning disability as identified by a qualified assessor. Accommodations for apprenticeship examinations could include audio format or reader, extra time or a private room when available.

To be considered for accommodation during an AIT exam, please complete this form.

The form needs to be completed by both the apprentice and assessor (doctor, psychologist, qualified counsellor employed or contracted by an organization or training provider).

Please note:  Accommodations for apprentices attending technical training are available from the training provider delivering the technical training. It is the responsibility of the apprentice to notify the training provider regarding his/her accommodation requirement prior to the start of technical training.


Interpreter/Reader for exams

Information about document and exam translation is available here.

If you have been approved to serve as a language interpreter or live reader as an accommodation to assist an examination candidate during an examination, please read the Interpreter/Reader information sheet and the Sign Language Interpreter Information Sheet.