Motorcycle Mechanic - Apprenticeship and Occupational Certification
Apprenticeship training is not available for this occupation.
An individual desiring certification as a journeyperson in New Brunswick in the motorcycle mechanic occupation is required to meet one of the criteria as stipulated in Board Order GC001.1, “Requirements to Obtain a Certificate of Qualification.”
A person who has gained the equivalent of 7200 hours of practical experience in the motorcycle mechanic occupation may be apply to challenge the certification examination. Successful candidates will receive a New Brunswick Certificate of Qualification. In most instances, an Interprovincial Red Seal will be affixed to the document.
For more information, please see the corresponding board order for this occupation under Tasks, Activities and Functions of a Designated Occupation.
Qualified journeypersons are familiar with the tools, materials, principles and skills required in the motorcycle mechanic occupation.
Motorcycle mechanics work on motorcycles and other units such as motor scooters and all-terrain units. They inspect, clean, test, assemble, diagnose, maintain and repair engines, transmissions, drive systems, steering assemblies, braking systems, chassis and suspension, electrical systems, vehicle management systems, fuel systems and exhaust systems. They may specialize in repairing, rebuilding, customizing or servicing these systems or assemblies.
|Fee Description||Rate in $||Effective Date|
|Interprovincial Standards Examination||200.00||2012-07-31|
|Certificate of Qualification Examination||2012-07-31|
|Certificate of Qualification based on "out-of-province journeyperson status"||150.00||2012-07-31|
|Replacement of Certification Documents||20.00||2012-07-31|
|Tuition Fees - Technical Training weekly rate||85.00||2012-07-31|
|Certificate of Qualification Challenger Assessment Fee||100.00||2012-07-31|
|Replacement of Photo Identification Card||20.00||2012-07-31|
|Assessment of Foreign Credentials||100.00||2012-07-31|