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Electrician with no license 

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Posted On: 12/25/2023
Hello,

Im a PR newcomer, ive been working for around 8 years in my country as an electrician with no license or related degree but in Ontario i need it ,but i dont know how and which course as im already working (as a helper electrician) and dont have much time to go to college ,my english level is 4 also, i heard Canadian electrical code essensial 2021 is enough for me if i get my experience history from my country ,is it possible to guide me how to go this road faster and easier without spending many years of studying?
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Posted On: 12/31/2023
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Hello There,

Thank you for sharing your situation and question with us.

Finding work can be challenging, and many electrical trades are also regulated trades, which means To work in these trades, you must have a Certificate of Qualification or be a registered apprentice. You may want to look through Settlement.Org articles on job listings to help you find work. You may also wish to seek the support of an employment counsellor for help with your cover letter and resume.

A number of settlement services are providing intake appointments online and over the phone to support clients remotely. You may want to connect with a settlement agency that provides employment services using our Services Near Me section. Settlement agencies can also help you find financial assistance options.

It may help to connect with a community resource navigator at 211 to narrow your search.

211 Ontario is a free, confidential service. Their phone service is available 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. Here is a link to their live chat if you prefer to communicate online. Their live chat service is available Monday to Friday from 7am-9pm ET.

If you have any additional questions, please feel free to post them here.

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Hello There,

Thank you for sharing your situation and question with us.

Finding work can be challenging, and many electrical trades are also regulated trades, which means To work in these trades, you must have a Certificate of Qualification or be a registered apprentice. You may want to look through Settlement.Org articles on job listings to help you find work. You may also wish to seek the support of an employment counsellor for help with your cover letter and resume.

A number of settlement services are providing intake appointments online and over the phone to support clients remotely. You may want to connect with a settlement agency that provides employment services using our Services Near Me section. Settlement agencies can also help you find financial assistance options.

It may help to connect with a community resource navigator at 211 to narrow your search.

211 Ontario is a free, confidential service. Their phone service is available 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. Here is a link to their live chat if you prefer to communicate online. Their live chat service is available Monday to Friday from 7am-9pm ET.

If you have any additional questions, please feel free to post them here.

We hope this information is helpful.

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