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The Centre for Skills Development and Training in Burlington is getting ready to kick off another WIST Program!

Students gain relevant industry training through in-class instruction and shop floor experience. 
 
Qualified instructors teach the following:
  • Wall & roof systems
  • Intro to sub-trades
  • Hand & power tools
  • Interior & exterior finishes
  • Flooring installation
  • Construction & applied theory
  • Blueprint reading
  • Door & window installation
  • Energy Star building
  • Ontario Building Code
  • Small business management
  • Employability skills

If you are interested in learning more about this program, please feel free to contact The Centre at the contact information below. Please let them know that you heard about thisd program through www.apprenticesearch.com.

The Centre for Skills Development & Training
3350 South Service Road, Burlington
ON L7N 3M6
905-333-3499 x121 or 1-888-315-5521
trades@thecentre.on.ca

 

 


 Are you over 19 or have your GED and looking to get into a Trade? Think Motive Power Fundamentals at Conestoga College!

Topics Covered: Auto Service, Heavy Duty Truck, Heavy Equipment, Motorcycle and Recreational Vehicle, Truck Trailer Service and Welding

For more information Contact Abby Brandes: 519.748.5220 x 2400 OR trades@conestogac.on.ca   Download PDF here


Helmets to Hardhats (H2H) Canada is a partnership with Canada's Building Trades Unions, their many Employers across Canada, and Government stakeholders. The H2H sister program originated in the United States in 2003, and has been highly successful for America. H2H Canada will follow a similar model, but is focused on career opportunities in Canada for anyone who has served (or is currently serving and looking to transition to a civilian career) in either the Regular or Reserve Force Components of the Canadian Forces. The program offers apprenticeship opportunities to achieve a journeyperson qualification in the building and construction trade of one's choice, as well as potential opportunities in other management positions within this industry, all leading to a promising new career. check out the website


Toronto District School Board - Studio 500 The Hairstylist Pre-Apprenticeship Program is designed for those who want to become licensed Hairstylists but have not achieved the required academic requirements (OSSD or equivalent) to register as an apprentice. Apprenticeship and Pre-Apprenticeship Information

 

 

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