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Aug 5, 2005
Working in Canada (Part II)
- Joyce Anne Agacer Email this article

Here are the different Job Specializations in Canada:

 

Engineering

 

Engineering is a regulated profession in Canada; it is illegal to practice as an engineer or to call oneself an "engineer" without being licensed as a full member in a provincial or territorial association. These associations are responsible for determining entry requirements and for issuing licenses to qualified individuals.

  • Electrical Engineer
  • Chemical Engineer
  • Mechanical Engineer
  • Civil/Environmental Engineer
  • Petroleum Engineer
  • Computer Engineer

Trades

 

Most trades in Canada are regulated and require provincial certification. In the case of Red Seal Trades, some provinces and territories have jointly agreed on certification standards.

  • Carpenter
  • Plumber
  • Electrician
  • Mechanic
  • Welder

Business

 

Careers in business and finance are not regulated in Canadian legislation, but most require a bachelor's degree, advanced degree, or diploma in business administration or commerce, as well as eligibility for membership in a provincial association (i.e. association of chartered accountants, association of management consultants, etc.)

  • Accountant/Auditor
  • Financial and Investment Analyst
  • Education

Teachers at both the elementary and secondary school levels are regulated in Canada. Requirements are determined by provincial and territorial regulatory bodies. In most cases, teachers will require a bachelor's degree and a provincial teaching certificate.

 

Teaching at the college or university level is not regulated; recognition of credentials obtained outside of Canada is usually left to the discretion of the institution to which you are applying. Those wishing to teach at the post-secondary level will normally require one or more graduate degrees and a proven teaching and publishing record.

  • Elementary School and Kindergarten Teacher
  • Secondary (High) School Teacher
  • College or Vocational Instructor
  • University Professor
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