Does HEBC do work placement?
What is an Organization ID # and ITA Individual ID #?
An Organization ID number is your Sponsor ID number, and an ITA Individual ID number is the Individual ID number assigned to you by the ITA when you applied for Supervision and Sign-Off Authority or gained your Certificate of Qualification.
For more information click here on becoming a sponsor and applying for Sign-Off Authority or to Challenge the exam.
Do I have to register at a training school?
What is Red Seal?
“The Red Seal Program represents industry’s recognition of an interprovincial standard of excellence for the skilled trades. Through the Program, apprentices who have completed their training and become certified journeypersons are able to obtain a Red Seal endorsement on their provincial or territorial Certificates of Qualification and Apprenticeship by successfully completing an interprovincial Red Seal examination.”
How many hours do I need to write the Challenge Exam?
You need 9,720 of proven work based hours. Click here for detailed information on the Challenge Exam process for Landscape and Production Horticulturist. 2,400 of proven work based hours is required to challenge the Arborist Technician exam.
Do I need a sponsor?
Yes, you need a sponsor. Your sponsor will mentor you and sign off on all your documentation. They need to either be a Certified Tradesperson or have Sign-Off Authority. HEBC can be your sponsor if needed for your first year of education. For detailed information on how to register for your chosen Apprenticeship program, visit the ‘Apprentice Info’ page, then chose the appropriate program.
How do I register for Apprenticeship?
For detailed information on how to register for your chosen Apprenticeship program, visit the ‘Apprentice Info’ page, then chose the appropriate program.
Should I be working in the industry before applying for the apprenticeship program?
Yes, we highly recommend that you try out the industry before committing to a program. This way you will know what is expected of you and what a day as a landscape horticulturist, a production worker, or an arborist really looks like. Be sure that this is the best career path for you.