Resources for Community Agencies and Educators


POST A JOB on behalf of your employer!

To post a job, please register if you do not have an account yet. If you already have an account, please sign in and post your job.

How to register at

Watch the video to see a step by step guide on how to register as a Community Agency.


Post Other Jobs

Other Jobs: registered employers or employers who cannot use our database often post non-apprenticeable and other trade-related job openings here. To inquire, please contact us about how to post other jobs. 'Click here' to see the 'Other Jobs' section.

Financial Incentives, Assistance and Apprenticeship Tax Credits - Employers/Job Seekers: Links to government programs providing financial assistance/incentives to employers and job seekers.

Resume & Cover Letter Guide:  A Guide to help you prepare a resume and cover letter that will help you land an interview

Steps to an Apprenticeship: A valuable guide for both students, youth, educators and parents,'s Steps to an Apprenticeship is a detailed guide, tailored specifically for those looking to enter the skilled trades. Starting at the very beginning, this guide serves as a step-by-step walkthrough for the process of becoming an apprentice. Containing helpful exercises and a wealth of useful internet links, this resource should not be missed.

Essential Skills: Check out this link to HRSDC's Essential Skills Indicator.  It's a great way to assess your own Essential Skills!

Educator Resources: A nearly 50 page booklet with lots of information, tips, resources, lesson plans, games and activities to help teachers present the skilled trades and apprenticeship in a fun and interactive way to their class

Grade 10 Lesson Plan: Designed for use in the Grade 10 career studies program, the Lesson Plan is a pathways-based approach that allows exploration of all the after-highschool destinations.

Fun & Interactive Games for Youth: Motorcycle Game, Trade Off Game, Health & Safety Crossword, Screensaver Student Prezi 2012

click to download Prezi slide notes

Ontario Youth Apprenticeship Program (OYAP): School to Work program that opens the door for students to explore and work in apprenticeship occupations starting in Grade 11 or Grade 12 through the Cooperative Education program

Skills Canada-Ontario: Skills Canada - Ontario is a not-for-profit organization dedicated to promoting the skilled trades and technologies as viable, first-choice career options for Ontario youth. : Ontario’s free online community connecting employers and tomorrow’s workforce. Across the province, businesses can use this system to connect with students via a range of learning opportunities coordinated by Educators and Passport to Prosperity Coordinators



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