Deciding where you go for your post-secondary schooling is a major challenge in our ever changing landscape of options that are available. As you explore this page each link provides you with information on high school requirements needed to enter the specific trade listed below to apply as a high school or mature student.
List of regulated trades Regulated trades have an apprenticeship program. The following links will take you to an occupational profile, which contains information on duties, educational qualifications, salaries and working conditions.
*Some trades have multiple branches available. For the complete list and to view more information about compulsory and optional certification in Alberta, visit Trade Secrets
Optional certification trades In some trades, certification is optional. In this case, non-certified workers can work for an employer who is satisfied that they have the skills and knowledge of someone who is certified. Anyone learning one of these trades must still become a registered apprentice. The following is a list of optional certification trades in Alberta: