Likewise, people ask, how long does it take to get your Red Seal in welding?
There is a total 780 hours in-school training for welder apprenticeship level 1, level 2, and level 3 training. After you complete Welding Level 3 in-school training and 4,500 hours work-based training, you will be eligible to take the interprovincial Red Seal exam and complete your logbook.
Additionally, how do you get red seal certified?
To qualify for a Red Seal, you must hold a valid certificate in a trade or occupation that participates in the Interprovincial Standards Red Seal Program, submit the correct application form (and fee), and successfully pass the Red Seal exam.
An apprenticeship training program consists of on-the-job and in-school training. Generally, the time-frame to become competent in the trade of General Carpenter is 7,200 hours (approximately four years) consisting of 6,480 hours of on-the- job work experience and 720 hours of in-school training.