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1 Canadian Council of Directors of Apprenticeship (CCDA) 2014 ANNUAL REVIEW CANADIAN STANDARD OF EXCELLENCE FOR SKILLED TRADES red-seal.ca sceau-rouge.ca

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3 Table of Contents MESSAGE FROM THE CHAIR...5 RED SEAL STATISTICS...6 Total Number of Red Seal Endorsements Issued by Province/Territory...6 Top 10 Red Seal Trades by Number of Red Seal Endorsements Issued in Top 10 Red Seal Trades with the Most Red Seal Endorsements Issued (Since Inception)...7 RED SEAL PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT...7 National Occupational Analyses (NOA)...8 Interprovincial Program Guides (IPG)...8 Examination Development...8 STATISTICAL INFORMATION Registered Apprenticeship Information System (RAIS) Data Highlights...9 Statistical Profiles...10 Figure 1 Overview of Registered Apprentices in Red Seal Trades Figure 2 Participation of Women in Red Seal Trades Figure 3 Age and Gender of New Apprenticeship Registrants in Red Seal Trades in Top 10 Red Seal Trade Registrations in 2011 and in Top 10 Red Seal Trade Apprenticeship Completions in 2011 and in Number of Registered Apprentices in Red Seal Trades in Canada in Fast Facts: Red Seal Program...16 MEMBERS OF THE CCDA FOR Annual Review

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5 Message from the Chair On behalf of my colleagues, I am pleased to present the Canadian Council of Directors of Apprenticeship s (CCDA) 2014 Annual Review. The change in this year s format from past CCDA Annual Reports is a reflection of the shift in focus at the CCDA table to reflect broader changes and transitions. The old saying that the wheels of change move slowly is no longer valid in the current apprenticeship training and certification context. The 2014 report by the numbers is performance focused and based on the core products of the Red Seal Program. For detailed information on the CCDA s initiatives, you are encouraged to visit the Red Seal Program s website at To ensure that the Red Seal remains a world class program that meets and exceeds stakeholder expectations, the CCDA has become more nimble while adopting a focus and finish approach to address key priorities. The introduction of the Harmonization Project and the efforts made on strengthening its relationship with the Forum of Labour Market Ministers (FLMM), all while delivering its core mandate related to the Red Seal Program, resulted in a very intense year for the CCDA. The CCDA has shifted gears to address emerging priorities that are of significant importance to a variety of stakeholders. The direction has turned to more and better engagement with stakeholders requiring an expansion on the CCDA s communications strategy. Harmonization has emerged as the number one priority for the CCDA with tight deadlines and high expectations, and will remain a high priority in the coming years for both the CCDA and the FLMM. I trust that the information contained in the 2014 CCDA Annual Review will be of interest to you and your stakeholders. In closing, I wish to recognize the many contributions of industry and government stakeholders, and the ongoing support of the provinces, territories and Employment and Social Development Canada toward the CCDA and the Red Seal Program. Jeff Ritter Chair, Canadian Council of Directors of Apprenticeship Annual Review

6 Red Seal Statistics Each year the Red Seal Secretariat collects Red Seal trade statistics from each of the provinces and territories. These statistics focus on the number of Red Seal endorsements issued, Red Seal examinations written, examination pass rates and the top Red Seal trades in the given reporting year. Listed below are the 2014 statistical highlights for the Red Seal Program and Red Seal trades. Total Number of Red Seal Endorsements Issued by Province/Territory 2014** Provinces and Territories Since Inception Total Apprentice Trade Qualifier 1 Alberta 183,153 7,884 6,237 1,647 2 Ontario 180,918 9,074 6,139 2,935 3 British Columbia 109,704 4,620 3,273 1,347 4 Saskatchewan 33,874 1,742 1, Manitoba 33,065 1,250 1, Nova Scotia 25, New Brunswick 25, Newfoundland and Labrador 21, Prince Edward Island 3, Quebec 2, Yukon 1, Northwest Territories 1, N/A N/A 13 Nunavut* ,851 27,439 20,326 7,060 * Nunavut began issuing Red Seal endorsements on its own certificates during the 2001 calendar year. **Calendar year NOTE: The first Red Seal endorsements were issued in 1959 to apprentices that successfully completed the interprovincial examination in the trade now known as Automotive Service Technician. 6 Canadian Council of Directors of Apprenticeship

7 Top 10 Red Seal Trades by Number of Red Seal Endorsements Issued in Construction Electrician 5,160 2 Welder 2,532 3 Plumber 2,156 4 Automotive Service Technician 2,099 5Carpenter 2,018 6 Truck and Transport Mechanic 1,394 7 Industrial Mechanic (Millwright) 1,303 8 Heavy Duty Equipment Technician 1,238 9 Steamfitter/Pipefitter 1, Cook 911 Top 10 Red Seal Trades with the Most Red Seal Endorsements Issued (Since Inception) 1 Construction Electrician 108,736 2 Automotive Service Technician 89,089 3 Carpenter 48,949 4 Industrial Mechanic (Millwright) 41,360 5Welder 38,047 6Plumber 37,860 7 Heavy Duty Equipment Technician 35,880 8 Cook 27,754 9 Steamfitter/Pipefitter 21, Truck and Transport Mechanic 18,169 Red Seal Product Development To ensure Red Seal products remain current and up-to-date, the CCDA works closely with industry to develop and revise National Occupational Analyses, Interprovincial Program Guides and Red Seal examinations for the Red Seal Program. The CCDA strives to be responsive to industry needs and ensure that its standards and examinations reflect today s workplace requirements. As such, development workshops and industry reviews are held for many of the Red Seal trades every year. National Occupational Analyses, Interprovincial Program Guides and Red Seal examinations that were developed, reviewed and published during 2014 are listed on the following page. Additionally, in 2014, the CCDA approved the designation of three new Red Seal trades: Heavy Equipment Operator (Dozer), Heavy Equipment Operator (Excavator) and Heavy Equipment Operator (Tractor-Loader-Backhoe). These were designated as Red Seal to reflect ongoing needs of industry. The CCDA is working in collaboration with industry to develop National Occupational Analyses, Interprovincial Program Guides and Red Seal examinations for these new trades. Annual Review

8 NATIONAL OCCUPATIONAL ANALYSES (NOA) Five NOA Development Workshops were held: Construction Craft Worker Landscape Horticulturist Partsperson Sheet Metal Worker Truck and Transport Mechanic Six NOA Industry Reviews were initiated: Heavy Duty Equipment Technician Ironworker (Generalist) Ironworker (Reinforcing) Ironworker (Structural/Ornamental) Sprinkler System Installer Tool and Die Maker Ten NOAs were published: Automotive Painter Gasfitter Class A Gasfitter Class B Heavy Duty Equipment Technician Instrumentation and Control Technician Motor Vehicle Body Repairer (Metal and Paint) Refrigeration and Air Conditioning Mechanic Sprinkler System Installer Tool and Die Maker Welder INTERPROVINCIAL PROGRAM GUIDES (IPG) Three IPG Development Workshops were held: Three IPGs were published: Cook Refrigeration and Air Conditioning Mechanic Sprinkler System Installer EXAMINATION DEVELOPMENT Thirteen Item Bank Development Workshops were held: Automotive Painter Carpenter Drywall Finisher and Plasterer Gasfitter Class A Gasfitter Class B Heavy Duty Equipment Technician Industrial Mechanic (Millwright) Instrumentation and Control Technician Machinist Motor Vehicle Body Repairer (Metal and Paint) Refrigeration and Air Conditioning Mechanic Sprinkler System Installer Welder Nine Red Seal trades had new examinations released, totalling 27 new examinations: Agricultural Equipment Technician Cabinetmaker Glazier Metal Fabricator (Fitter) Powerline Technician Recreation Vehicle Service Technician Rig Technician Roofer Steamfitter/Pipefitter Carpenter Instrumentation and Control Technician Refrigeration and Air Conditioning Mechanic One IPG Industry Review was initiated: Industrial Mechanic (Millwright) 8 Canadian Council of Directors of Apprenticeship

9 Statistical Information 2012 REGISTERED APPRENTICESHIP INFORMATION SYSTEM (RAIS) DATA HIGHLIGHTS On June 11, 2014, Statistics Canada released the 2012 RAIS data through a series of Canadian Socio-economic Information Management System (CANSIM) tables. This release was accompanied by an article in The Daily highlighting the main findings of the data. In 2012, there were 96,585 new registrations in apprenticeship programs, about 7,000 (or 8.1%) more than in New registrations in Red Seal trades represented 70% of all new registrations in Completions were little changed, increasing from 41,163 in 2011 to 41,481 in In 2012, 30,588 apprentices completed in Red Seal trades representing 74% of all completions. terms of the number of women among new registrations were the Industrial Mechanic (Millwright) (+91%), Steamfitter/Pipefitter (+85%), Welder (+68%) and Plumber trade (+67%). At the same time, there were fewer women in the Hairstylist (-5.2%) and Cook (-1.4%) Red Seal trades. In 2012, 66% of new registrants were under the age of 30, with the average age of entry for all new apprentice registrants being 28 which is unchanged from the average age of new registrants in Approximately 64% of trade certificates issued in Red Seal trades in 2012 had a Red Seal endorsement. Approximately 360,000 apprentices were registered in apprenticeship programs at the end of 2012, an increase of 6% from As a result of faster growth in the number of continuing apprentices in non-red Seal trades (such as Information Technology Support Associate which is designated only in Ontario), the proportion of apprentices in Red Seal trades fell from 78% in 2011 to 77% in In 2012, women accounted for 16% (15,444) of all new registrations. This number is up 11.3% from 13,881 new registrations in The Red Seal trades with the strongest growth in percentage In 2012, 77% of registered apprentices were in Red Seal trades (276,642 registered apprentices out of 359,952 at the end of 2012). The Red Seal trades with the largest number of continuing apprentices were Construction Electrician, Carpenter and Automotive Service Technician. v The non-red Seal trades with the largest numbers of continuing apprentices were Information Technology Support Associate and Early Childhood Educator. Annual Review

10 STATISTICAL PROFILES The Registered Apprenticeship Information System (RAIS) is an annual survey conducted by Statistics Canada since The purpose of the survey is to gather information from provinces and territories on individuals who receive training or certification within a trade where apprenticeship training is being offered. Results from the 2012 RAIS were released in June In 2012, Red Seal trades accounted for 77% of registered apprentices. There were 67,923 new registrations in Red Seal trades, an increase of 6.8% compared to 2011, and 30,588 apprenticeship completions in Red Seal trades, a decline of 2.3% over Figure 1 Overview of Registered Apprentices in Red Seal Trades , ,000 Number of Registered Apprentices 200, , ,000 50,000 0 Year New Registrations Continuing Apprentices Apprenticeship Completions 10 Canadian Council of Directors of Apprenticeship

11 Participation of women in Red Seal trades has remained fairly steady with respect to completions and new registrations from 2011, while continuing apprentices increased by 5.2% to 26,385 compared to Since 1992 the number of females registering in Red Seal trades has almost quadrupled (from 1,887 new registrations in 1992 to 7,320 new registrations in 2012), the number of continuing female apprentices increased five-fold (from 5,181 to 26,385), and the number of female apprenticeship completers almost tripled from 903 to 3,240. Figure 2 Participation of Women in Red Seal Trades ,000 Number of Female Apprentices 25,000 20,000 15,000 10,000 5,000 0 Year New Registrations Continuing Apprentices Apprenticeship Completions Annual Review

12 In 2012, the median age of new apprenticeship registrants in Red Seal trades was 24 for males and 23 for females. Males made up 89% (60,606) of all new registrations, while females represented the remaining 11% (7,320). Almost three-quarters (72%) of all new apprenticeship registrants in Red Seal trades were under the age of 30. Figure 3 Age and Gender of New Apprenticeship Registrants in Red Seal Trades in Age Group Under ,000 10,000 15,000 20,000 Number of New Apprentices Female Male 12 Canadian Council of Directors of Apprenticeship

13 The tables below show the number of new registrations for the top ten Red Seal trades in 2011 and in 2012, in terms of new registrations. New registration in these ten trades accounted for twothirds (66%) of all new apprenticeship registrations in Red Seal trades in Top 10 Red Seal Trade Registrations in 2011 and in 2012 Number of New Registrations for the Top 10 Red Seal Trades in 2011 Trade 2011 Carpenter 9,075 Construction Electrician 8,757 Hairstylist 4,302 Automotive Service Technician 3,612 Welder 3,360 Plumber 3,051 Cook 2,523 Heavy Duty Equipment Technician 2,427 Steamfitter/Pipefitter 2,358 Industrial Mechanic (Millwright) 1,938 Top 10 Red Seal Trades (Total) 41,403 Number of New Registrations for the Top 10 Red Seal Trades in 2012 Trade 2012 Construction Electrician 9,714 Carpenter 7,881 Welder 4,761 Hairstylist 4,071 Automotive Service Technician 3,567 Steamfitter/Pipefitter 3,435 Plumber 3,423 Heavy Duty Equipment Technician 3,039 Cook 2,517 Industrial Mechanic (Millwright) 2,196 Top 10 Red Seal Trades (Total) 44,604 New Registrations in all Red Seal Trades (Total) 63,609 New Registrations in all Red Seal Trades (Total) 67,923 Annual Review

14 The tables below show the number of apprenticeship completions for the top ten Red Seal trades in 2011 and 2012, in terms of completions. In 2012, 69% of apprenticeship completions in Red Seal trades were in these ten trades. Top 10 Red Seal Trade Apprenticeship Completions in 2011 and in 2012 Number of Apprenticeship Completions for the Top 10 Red Seal Trades in 2011 Trade 2011 Construction Electrician 5,346 Carpenter 3,999 Hairstylist 2,400 Automotive Service Technician 2,058 Plumber 1,983 Welder 1,692 Industrial Mechanic (Millwright) 1,194 Heavy Duty Equipment Technician 1,155 Steamfitter/Pipefitter 1,068 Truck and Transport Mechanic 858 Top 10 Red Seal Trades (Total) 21,753 Number of Apprenticeship Completions for the Top 10 Red Seal Trades in 2012 Trade 2012 Construction Electrician 5,367 Carpenter 3,780 Hairstylist 2,367 Automotive Service Technician 2,031 Plumber 1,986 Welder 1,515 Steamfitter/Pipefitter 1,137 Industrial Mechanic (Millwright) 1,119 Heavy Duty Equipment Technician 1,038 Cook 918 Top 10 Red Seal Trades (Total) 21,258 Completions in all Red Seal Trades (Total) 31,305 Completions in all Red Seal Trades (Total) 30, Canadian Council of Directors of Apprenticeship

15 Number of Registered Apprentices in Red Seal Trades in Canada in 2012 Yukon Northwest Territories CANADA 67, ,639 Nunavut Quebec 11,946 59,136 Newfoundland and Labrador 1,395 5,679 British Columbia 9,135 24,801 Alberta 20,565 58,725 Saskatchewan 2,568 9,255 Manitoba 2,511 8,964 Ontario 16,821 98,781 New Brunswick 984 4,008 Nova Scotia 1,485 5,511 Price Edward Island RED: Number of Newly Registered Apprentices in Red Seal Trades in 2012 BLUE: Number of Active Apprentices in Red Seal Trades in 2012 Source: Registered Apprenticeship Information System (RAIS), 2012 Annual Review

16 FAST FACTS: RED SEAL PROGRAM Established to develop occupational standards in the 1950s. 622,851 Red Seal endorsements issued since inception of examinations in ,654 Red Seal endorsements issued to Apprentices since inception. 143,197 Red Seal endorsements issued to Trade Qualifiers since inception. 52% increase of Red Seals issued in the last 10 years (from 2005 to 2014). 30% increase of Red Seals issued in the last year (from 2013 to 2014). Over 212,000 Red Seals issued in the last 10 years. 57 designated Red Seal Trades. At the end of 2012, apprentices in Red Seal trades represented 77% of all registered apprentices in Canada. 47,486 Red Seal examinations written in ,936 Apprentices wrote Red Seal examinations in 2014 (78% pass rate). 11,555 Trade Qualifiers wrote Red Seal examinations in 2014 (62% pass rate). 28,111 Red Seal examinations completed successfully in 2014 (59% pass rate). 27,439 Red Seals issued in Top 5 Red Seal trades in 2014: Construction Electrician Welder Plumber Automotive Service Technician Carpenter In 2014, the Red Seal Secretariat responded to more than 2,000 s and approximately 750 telephone messages through the Red Seal Info Line. The Red Seal Program s website received approximately 345,000 visitors, resulting in almost 1,870,000 page views. Nunavut joined the program in 1999 and Quebec joined it in All other jurisdictions have participated since Canadian Council of Directors of Apprenticeship

17 Members of the CCDA for 2014 NEWFOUNDLAND & LABRADOR Mr. Cliff Mercer, Director Apprenticeship and Trades Certification Division Department of Advanced Education and Skills Confederation Building, 1 st Floor, West Block 100 Prince Philip Drive St. John s, NL A1B 3R4 PRINCE EDWARD ISLAND Mr. Grant Sweet, Manager of Apprenticeship Post-Secondary and Continuing Education Department of Innovation and Advanced Learning Atlantic Technology Centre, Suite University Avenue, P.O. Box 2000 Charlottetown, PE C1A 7N8 NOVA SCOTIA Mr. Richard Sharpe, Director Apprenticeship Training Division Department of Labour and Advanced Education 2021 Brunswick Street, P.O. Box 578 Halifax, NS B3J 2S9 NEW BRUNSWICK Mr. Michael Barnett, Director Apprenticeship and Occupational Certification Post-Secondary Education, Training and Labour Chestnut Complex, P.O. Box York Street Fredericton, NB E3B 5H1 QUEBEC Ms. Élise Martel, Director Direction de la qualification réglementée Emploi-Québec 800, Tour de la Place Victoria, 27 th Floor Montreal, QC H4Z 1B7 ONTARIO Mr. Royden Trainor, Director Policy and Programs Ontario College of Trades 655 Bay Street, Suite 600 Toronto, ON M5G 2K4 MANITOBA Ms. Cordella Friesen, Executive Director Manitoba Jobs and the Economy 111 Lombard Avenue, Suite 100 Winnipeg, MB R3B 0T4 SASKATCHEWAN (CHAIR OF THE CCDA) Mr. Jeff Ritter, Chief Executive Officer Saskatchewan Apprenticeship & Trade Certification Commission 2140 Hamilton Street Regina, SK S4P 2E3 Annual Review

18 ALBERTA (VICE-CHAIR OF THE CCDA) Mr. Mark Douglas, Executive Director Policy and Standards Apprenticeship and Industry Training Innovation and Advanced Education 10 th Floor, Commerce Place Street NW Edmonton, AB T5J 4L5 BRITISH COLUMBIA Mr. Gary Herman, Acting Chief Executive Officer Industry Training Authority Granville Avenue Richmond, BC V6Y 3T6 YUKON Ms. Judy Thrower, Director Training Programs, Advanced Education Branch Department of Education Government of Yukon P.O. Box 2703 Whitehorse, YT Y1A 2C6 NUNAVUT Ms. Diana Martin, Acting Director of Career Development Department of Family Services P.O. Box 1000, Stn 980 Iqaluit, NU X0A 0H0 EMPLOYMENT AND SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT CANADA Ms. Caroline Fradette, Director Mr. Jean-François Courtois, Acting Manager Trades and Apprenticeship Division Employment and Social Development Canada 140 Promenade du Portage, Phase IV; 5 th Floor Gatineau, QC K1A 0J9 NORTHWEST TERRITORIES Ms. Angela Littlefair, Manager Apprenticeship and Occupational Certification Education, Culture & Employment P.O. Box 1320 Yellowknife, NT X1A 2L9 18 Canadian Council of Directors of Apprenticeship

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