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Map Your Career

The Ontario Government has partnered with a number of regulatory associations to create career maps for internationally trained professionals. Career maps explain in detail every step of the registration process, including language requirements, industry trends, labour market conditions, credential assessment process, licensing fees and other important information.

Regulated Professions

The following professions are regulated in Ontario. To work in a regulated profession, you must be registered by the appropriate regulatory body. You may be able to work in a related field without a licence, but you should first check with the regulatory body to understand what restrictions exist. It is illegal to use the job title restricted to regulated professions without a licence or certificate from the appropriate regulatory body.

Did You Know?

Global Experience Ontario (GEO) helps internationally trained and educated individuals in regulated non-health professions find out how to qualify for professional practice in Ontario.

Non-Health Regulated Professions

 
Architecture Geoscience Teaching
Engineering: Certified Engineering Technicians and Technologists Land Surveying Teaching: Early Childhood Educators
Engineering: Professional Engineering Law Veterinary Medicine
Forestry Social Work and Social Service Work  

Did You Know?

HealthForceOntario offers a number of services to health professionals, including a recruitment centre and jobs listing service.

Regulated Health Professions

 
Audiology and Speech-Language Pathology Dietetics Occupational Therapy
Chiropody and Podiatry Massage Therapy Opticianry
Chiropractic Medical Laboratory Technology Optometry
Dental Hygiene Medical Radiation Technology Pharmacy
Dentistry Medicine - Physician or Surgeon Physiotherapy
Dental Technology Midwifery Psychology
Denturism Nursing Respiratory Therapist
 

Other Professions

 
Agrology (agriculture) Financial Advisory and Investment Management Project Management
Business Analysis:
Non-IT and IT
Insurance Broker Real Estate Agent
Chartered Chemist Naturopathy Risk Management
Compliance and Audit    
 

Fact Sheets for Mandatory Trades PDF

 
Alignment and Brakes Technician Hairstylist Residential Air Conditioning Systems Mechanic
Auto Body and Collision Damage Repairer Hoisting Engineer - Mobile Crane Operator 1 Residential (Low Rise) Sheet Metal Installer
Auto Body Repairer Hoisting Engineer - Mobile Crane Operator 2 Sheet Metal Worker
Automotive Electronic Accessory Technician Hoisting Engineer - Tower Crane Operator Steamfitter
Automotive Service Technician Motorcycle Technician Transmission Technician
Electrician - Construction and Maintenance Plumber Truck and Coach
Technician
Electrician - Domestic and Rural Refrigeration and Air Conditioning Systems Mechanic Truck-Trailer Service Technician
Fuel and Electricial Systems Technician    

Career Maps for Trades

 
Automotive Service Technicians Hairstylist Plumbers
Construction and Maintenance Electricians Hoisting Engineers Refrigeration and Air Conditioning Mechanics
Cooks and Bakers Industrial Electricians Sheet Metal Workers
General Machinists Industrial Mechanics (Millwrights) Tool and Die Maker
 

DID YOU KNOW?

Many professions in Ontario are not regulated by law, but do have voluntary professional bodies. Some of these organizations may offer certification courses and registration, which can help you find work.

Ask an Expert Do you have questions about working in your profession or trade? If so, ask OntarioImmigration.ca.

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