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All 47 Red Seal Trades are listed below. A simple click enables you to open a trade's National Occupational Analysis in PDF at. You can also view a trade's Ellis Chart and Essential Skills profile by clicking on the links.

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      Red Seal Trade Name National Occupational AnalysesEllis ChartEssential Skills
Profiles
1. Agricultural Equipment Technician Analysis (2000) Chart ES Profile
2. Appliance Service Technician Analysis (2005) Chart
3. Automotive Painter Analysis (2005) Chart ES Profile
4. Automotive Service Technician Analysis (2005) Chart ES Profile
5. Baker Analysis (2006) Chart
6. Boilermaker Analysis (2003) Chart ES Profile
7. Bricklayer Analysis (2000) Chart ES Profile
8. Cabinetmaker Analysis (2000) Chart ES Profile
9. Carpenter Analysis (2005) Chart ES Profile
10. Concrete Finisher Analysis (2006) Chart
11. Construction Electrician Analysis (2003) Chart ES Profile
12. Cook Analysis (2003) Chart ES Profile
13. Electric Motor System Technician Analysis (1999) Chart
14. Electronics Technician (Consumer Products) Analysis (1997) Chart
15. Floorcovering Installer Analysis (2005) Chart
16. Glazier Analysis (2004) Chart ES Profile
17. Hairstylist Analysis (2005) Chart
18. Heavy Duty Equipment Mechanic Analysis (1998) Chart
19. Industrial Electrician Analysis (2003) Chart ES Profile
20. Industrial Instrument Mechanic Analysis (2000) Chart ES Profile
21. Industrial Mechanic (Millwright) Analysis (1999) Chart
22. Insulator (Heat and Frost) Analysis (2000) Chart ES Profile
23. Ironworker (Generalist) Analysis (1993) Chart
24. Ironworker (Reinforcing)
25. Ironworker (Structural/Ornamental)
26. Lather (Interior Systems Mechanic) Analysis (2002) Chart ES Profile
27. Machinist Analysis (2005) Chart ES Profile
28. Metal Fabricator (Fitter) Analysis (2003) Chart ES Profile
29. Mobile Crane Operator Analysis (2006) Chart
30. Motor Vehicle Body Repairer (Metal and Paint) Analysis (2005) Chart
31. Motorcycle Mechanic Analysis (2006) Chart
32. Oil Burner Mechanic Analysis (2006) Chart
33. Painter and Decorator Analysis (2000) Chart ES Profile
34. Partsperson Analysis (2005) Chart
35. Plumber Analysis (2003) Chart ES Profile
36. Powerline Technician Analysis (2004) Chart ES Profile
37. Recreation Vehicle Service Technician Analysis (2000) Chart ES Profile
38. Refrigeration and Air Conditioning Mechanic Analysis (2004) Chart ES Profile
39. Roofer Analysis (2006) Chart
40. Sheet Metal Worker Analysis (2006) Chart
41. Sprinkler System Installer Analysis (2003) Chart ES Profile
42. Steamfitter/Pipefitter Analysis (1996) Chart ES Profile
43. Tilesetter Analysis (2004) Chart ES Profile
44. Tool and Die Maker Analysis (2005) Chart
45. Transport Trailer Technician Analysis (2003) Chart ES Profile
46. Truck and Transport Mechanic Analysis (2000) Chart ES Profile
47. Welder Analysis (2004) Chart ES Profile

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Many more people in the skilled trades are retiring than are entering the system. The hardest hit industries are forecast to be in manufacturing, construction, petroleum production and transportation.
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