Red Seal & Immigration
Red Seal & Immigration

Red Seal & Immigration

The Red Seal Program is recognized as the interprovincial standard of excellence in the skilled trades. The program was established more than 50 years ago to provide greater mobility across Canada for skilled workers.

through the program, tradespersons are able to obtain a Red Seal endorsement on their provincial/territorial certificates by successfully completing an interprovincial Red Seal examination. The Red Seal Program acknowledges their competence and ensures recognition of their certification throughout Canada without further examination. The "Red Seal" allows qualified trades persons to practice the trade in any province or territory in Canada where the trade is designated.

Our Trades Skilled Worker Migration Program provides trades skilled workers the opportunity to get prepared for the application process to the Express Entry System:

Trades Skilled Workers are required to go through a series of preparation in order to sit the RED SEAL Exam and we help our applicants to prepare. The preparation course is a mandatory requirement in order to challenge the examination. Persons can either travel to Canada to take the preparation course or study on their own in their home country.

Kindly note that persons must sit the RED SEAL Exam in Canada once they have completed the preparation course.

Contact Tenn-K Consultants Ltd to start your preparation for RED SEAL Exam now!


If you are an experienced tradesperson who does not hold any trade credential, or who holds a trade credential that is not recognized in Canada, you may apply to have your skills, knowledge, and experience assessed against the standards for certification in a provincial designated trade. You can earn your certificate if you have the required time of hands-on work experience.

Tenn-K Consultants Ltd is ready to help you through this process.

Red Seal Trades

Truck and Transport Mechanic Transport Trailer Technician Tower Crane Operator Tool and Die Maker Tilesetter
Welder Powerline Technician Plumber Partsperson Painter and Decorator
Roofer Rig Technician Refrigeration and Air Conditioning Mechanic Recreation Vehicle Service Technician Steamfitter/Pipefitter
Sprinkler System Installer Sheet Metal Worker Motorcycle Mechanic Motor Vehicle Body Repairer (Metal and Paint) Mobile Crane Operator (Hydraulic)
Mobile Crane Operator Metal Fabricator (Fitter) Machinist Oil Heat System Technician Lather (Interior Systems Mechanic)
Landscape Horticulturist Ironworker (Structural/Ornamental) Ironworker (Reinforcing) Ironworker (Generalist) Insulator (Heat and Frost)
Instrumentation and Control Technician Industrial Mechanic (Millwright) Industrial Electrician Heavy Equipment Operator (Tractor-Loader-Backhoe) Heavy Equipment Operator (Excavator)
Heavy Equipment Operator (Dozer) Heavy Duty Equipment Technician Hairstylist Glazier Gasfitter — Class B
Gasfitter — Class A Floorcovering Installer Electric Motor System Technician Drywall Finisher and Plasterer Cook
Construction Electrician Construction Craft Worker Concrete Finisher Carpenter Cabinetmaker
Bricklayer Boilermaker Baker Automotive Service Technician Automotive Painter
Appliance Service Technician Agricultural Equipment Technician