Heavy Duty Equipment Technician

Heavy duty equipment technicians diagnose, repair, adjust, overhaul, maintain, and test mobile heavy duty equipment. They are employed in various industries such as construction, forestry, mining, marine, oil and gas, material handling, landscaping and land clearing.

NOC: 7312

Designation Year: 1963

Designated Red Seal in: AB, BC, MB, NB, NL, NS, NT, NU, ON, PE, QC, SK, YT
Trade title: Heavy Duty Equipment Technician, in MB, NL, NS, ON, PE, SK
Other titles used in provinces/territories: Heavy Duty Equipment Mechanic (BC), Heavy Duty Equipment Mechanic (QC), Heavy Duty Equipment Technician (Off Road) (YT), Heavy Equipment Mechanic - Off-Road (NT), Heavy Equipment Service Technician (NB), Heavy Equipment Technician (NU), Heavy Equipment Technician - Heavy Duty Equipment Mechanic (Off Road) (AB), Heavy Equipment Technician – Off Road Mechanic (NU)

Occupational Standard for current exams

View the most recent standard. This is the complete description of the activities of the Heavy Duty Equipment Technician trade. It is used as the basis for the Red Seal exams for this trade.

Essential Skills

Discover the essential skills heavy duty equipment technicians need to succeed in their trade.

Job Market Reports

Find regional information about jobs, average wages, and other news at Explore Careers for the Heavy Duty Equipment Technician trade.

Study for the Red Seal Examination

Learn what you need to do to Get Ready for your Red Seal Exam.

Sample Questions

Try the sample Heavy Duty Equipment Technician examination questions to prepare for your Red Seal examination.

Exam Counselling Sheet

Consult the Heavy Duty Equipment Technician Exam Counselling Sheet for a breakdown of the Red Seal examination.

Ellis Chart

Consult the Ellis Chart for a full breakdown of apprenticeship data from across Canada for the trade of Heavy Duty Equipment Technician.

Interprovincial Program Guide

View information that guides the technical training for this trade in the Heavy Duty Equipment Technician Interprovincial Program Guide.

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