“Marine Mechanical Technician” means a person who installs, troubleshoots, repairs and maintains engines, drive trains and other mechanical, electrical and fluid systems typically used in the recreational marine industry. Some light commercial and industrial applications are serviced. This work involves all aspects of repairs to diesel engines, gasoline engines, outboard engines, conventional inboard drive trains and stern drives.
NEW PROGRAM INFORMATION - In effect starting
|Program Profile||Describes the requirements for apprentices and challengers to earn certification.||Download (141 KB PDF)|
|Program Outline||Guidelines for delivery of technical training at ITA Recognized Training Providers||Download (640 KB PDF)|
- September 2021: For information regarding transition, see the Program Update and Transition Plan.
- August 2021: A new Program Outline and Program Profile will be implemented April 1, 2022. Please see OPSN 2021 008 for details
- If you have any questions, contact ITA Customer Service
The Exam Weighting Chart is available for the Certificate of Qualification (CofQ) exam and shows the approximate percentage of weighting per General Area of Competency (GAC).
Challenge Certification/Recognize Prior Experience
- How to Apply
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- Application Form
- Personal information and exams scheduling information (for challenge option)
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- Employer Declaration
- Document of relevant work experience
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- Statutory Declaration
- Attestation for self-employment/work experience when employer cannot be contacted
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