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Overhead Door Technician - Level One

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Overhead door technicians install, service, repair and conduct preventative maintenance on residential and commercial overhead sectional doors, coiling doors, coiling and sliding steel fire doors, electric operating devices for these doors, dock levelers, electric gate openers, and access control devices for residential, commercial and industrial sites.

Overhead door technicians must have:

  • manual dexterity,
  • ability to lift 25 kilograms,
  • a Class 5 driver’s license,
  • ability to operate lifting devices as required,
  • safe worksite practices,
  • management and organizational skills,
  • skills to gather data and prepare records/reports, and
  • ability to review and read construction drawings, plans, specifications and related documents.

Program Information

Program Information & Requirements
Occupational Certification
  • To qualify for an Alberta Occupational Certificate as an overhead door technician - level one, a person must successfully complete the recognized overhead door technician - level one course as delivered by the Canadian Door Institute (CDI)

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Occupation Information Get important information about the duties, working conditions, and skills and abilities needed to work in this occupation. (You will be re-directed to the alis website.)
Job Information View job postings in this occupation, and learn about the current job market, average wage and resources for finding a job. (You will be re-directed to the alis website.)
Competency Profile Get information on all of the program requirements and what you will learn.
Examinations Get exam counselling sheets for your upcoming apprenticeship, interprovincial or qualification exam.
Recognized Credentials A person who holds a valid recognized credential is permitted to work in Alberta, but some employers may require Alberta documentation as proof that the holder is allowed to work in the occupation or that the holder's credential is recognized.
Occupation Regulation For more information regarding tasks and activities, please review the Occupation Regulation.