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Old 02-12-2018, 11:27 PM   #1
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Hi, I studied Industrial electronics technician in Turkey. I want to get my license in Ontario. What are the steps to obtain license? and as I know, i have to write a test. Is it possible to find passed questions to study? Thanks
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Old 02-13-2018, 12:03 AM   #2
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This is not an electronics site.

Sorry.
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Old 02-13-2018, 01:21 AM   #3
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Is there a site for electronics rather than electrics ?
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I'd definitely want a test if I studied "in a broad".
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I am not Canadian, and can't really speak to their laws, but.....

Most, if not all, of what you studied or did may not matter. At least as far as the licensing is concerned.

You will likely have to start at the bottom of wherever you end up landing.

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I'd definitely want a test if I studied "in a broad".
I would find that too distracting. I have a "hard" enough time trying to concentrate.
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Where are you from in Turkey?
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Hi, I studied Industrial electronics technician in Turkey. I want to get my license in Ontario. What are the steps to obtain license? and as I know, i have to write a test. Is it possible to find passed questions to study? Thanks


You should contact Ontario College of Trades. Also their website has a lot of info.
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Electronic means electric. Most of us use the term to refer to solid state circuits most commonly on printed circuit boards but consider the language conversion and we don't know what the OP studied.
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Thanks for your comments,
first of all In Turkey they mostly describe electric technician; wires cable to construction, electronics technicians job is more complicated. But as I learned they donít differentiate electronics technician and electrician.
I did my evolution from Wes but evolution is not solution by itself.

I read all your valuable information. Iíll try to communicate with Ontario college trade.

Iím ready to hear all your comments to develop myself in Canada.

Thanks
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Thanks for your comments,
first of all In Turkey they mostly describe electric technician; wires cable to construction, electronics technicians job is more complicated. But as I learned they donít differentiate electronics technician and electrician.
I did my evolution from Wes but evolution is not solution by itself.

I read all your valuable information. Iíll try to communicate with Ontario college trade.

Iím ready to hear all your comments to develop myself in Canada.

Thanks


Send me a pm If you like. I maybe able to answer your question. I am familiar with this.
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Send me a pm If you like. I maybe able to answer your question. I am familiar with this.
Hi Cemo, I can't send you a pm message, i am not qualified yet, could you try to send a message to me then i can try to reply.
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I'd definitely want a test if I studied "in a broad".
I've studied in one
worked in one
worked on one
worked below one
worked aside one....

I think that's it
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Hi Cemo, I can't send you a pm message, i am not qualified yet, could you try to send a message to me then i can try to reply.
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Where in Turkey.
...they have electricity in the middle east too ya know.

Haven't you ever seen that movie about Saddam Hussein's
crazy kid or how the Taliban convert potential into something
useful?...they use electricity all the time over there
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...they have electricity in the middle east too ya know.

Haven't you ever seen that movie about Saddam Hussein's
crazy kid or how the Taliban convert potential into something
useful?...they use electricity all the time over there
I lived in Turkey 8th-11th grade
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I've studied in one
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worked aside one....

I think that's it
Well if you count my PhD in boobology that was earned on the home study program I guess I have completed that list as well.
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I've studied in one
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I think that's it
You never worked around one? How about a round one?
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You can not challenge our red seal unless you can prove on the job experience. Education does not matter, they want to see experience equivalent to our apprenticeship. Have you worked doing electrical work in Turkey for at least 5 years?
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Well if you count my PhD in boobology that was earned on the home study program I guess I have completed that list as well.
The only problem with being homeschooled is you can't sleep with the teacher to get better marks.
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