Motor vehicle body repairers (metal and paint) repair and restore damaged motor vehicles. They assess body damage and make repair estimates. They restore a vehicle’s interior components, electronic components and passenger restraint systems such as seat belts and air bags. They may also align and replace suspension and steering components.

Continuous improvement is essential to ensure the Red Seal Program remains rigorous, relevant to industry and labour market demands and is recognized nationally and globally.

The current standard for Red Seal trades is the National Occupational Analysis (NOA). The NOA is the base document for developing Red Seal examinations and for building apprenticeship training programs in the provinces and territories. The Strengthening the Red Seal initiative is examining these tools to make sure that they continue to meet the needs of program’s stakeholders.

Continuous improvement is essential to ensure the Red Seal Program remains rigorous, relevant to industry and labour market demands and is recognized nationally and globally.

The current standard for Red Seal trades is the National Occupational Analysis (NOA). The NOA is the base document for developing Red Seal examinations and for building apprenticeship training programs in the provinces and territories. The Strengthening the Red Seal initiative is examining these tools to make sure that they continue to meet the needs of program’s stakeholders.   Please visit the Red Seal website