Below are links to the online job boards of the Railway Association of Canada’s member railways, and to national, provincial and territorial websites that provide information about skilled trades training and apprenticeships.
- Cando Rail Services
- Capital Railway
- Central Maine & Quebec Railway
- Genesee & Wyoming
- Réseau de transport métropolitain Available in French only.
- Southern Railway of British Columbia
- VIA Rail
- Careers in Trades
Careers in Trades is a hub of information, resources and tools. Make it your first stop for information on apprenticeships and careers in the skilled trades.
- Federal Skilled Trades Program
The Federal Skilled Trades Program is for people wishing become permanent Canadian residents based on being qualified in a skilled trade.
- Red Seal Program
The Red Seal Program allows qualified tradespeople to practise their trade anywhere in Canada that the trade is designated without having to write further examinations.
Provincial & Territorial
Trades Alberta is your source for information on apprenticeships and industry training in the province of Alberta.
- B.C.’s Industry Training
The Industry Training Authority (ITA) manages the apprenticeship system and certifies skilled tradespeople in B.C.
- Trades Training B.C.
Trades Training B.C. is the hub for B.C.’s trades training programs and services. Find a trade, learn about apprenticeships and training, and search for jobs online.
- Apprenticeship Manitoba
Explore trade programs, apprenticeships and skilled trades’ certification in Manitoba.
- N.B. government’s Post-Secondary Education, Training and Labour website
Find out about apprenticeships and trades in the province of New Brunswick.
Newfoundland and Labrador
- N.L. government’s Apprenticeship and Trades Certification Division
Information on designated trades, apprenticeships, examinations, and trades certification in the province of Newfoundland and Labrador.
- N.W.T. government’s Education, Culture and Employment website
Learn about the Northwest Territories’ Apprenticeship, Trades and Occupation Certification (AOC) Program – including trade entrance requirements and apprenticeship applications.
- Nova Scotia Apprenticeship Agency
This website is where you’ll find information on Nova Scotia’s designated trades, apprenticeships and certification process – all managed by the Nova Scotia Apprenticeship Agency.
- Nunavut government’s Family Services website
Here’s where students in Nunavut can find information about apprenticeships, trades and financial assistance for their training.
This website aims to connect apprentices and employers in Ontario through a free matching service provided by provincial not-for-profit organizations and community agencies.
- Employment Ontario
Information on apprenticeships, financial aid and trade certification in the province of Ontario.
Prince Edward Island
- P.E.I. government’s Workforce and Advanced Learning website
Learn about training, apprenticeships and certification requirements for skilled trades on P.E.I.
- Quebec government’s Heading for Success website
Discover the vocational and technical careers that are in-demand in the province of Quebec.
- Saskatchewan Apprenticeship and Trade Certification Commission
The Saskatchewan Apprenticeship and Trade Certification Commission’s website provides information on designated trades, apprenticeship applications, and other useful resources for skilled workers in the province.
- Yukon government’s Department of Education website
Here’s where you’ll find information on training programs, as well as the certification requirements for apprentices and tradespeople in the Yukon.