Tag: Skilled Trades

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Women in Trades Face Sexism and Harassment: Women on Site Hopes to Make a Change
Women on Site is an advocacy group pushing for fair treatment for women in the skilled and construction trades.
Students in Western Canada: Apply Now for a $1,500 Darren L. Buium Scholarship
Entering first year of an engineering, tech, or construction program in a western province? Apply for a $1,500 scholarship!
NAIT’s New Efforts Aim to Make Trades More Diverse and Inclusive
NAIT's Next in Trades is a free series of workshops for those who are underrepresented in the skilled trades.
Soon, Ontario Students Can Leave High School at Grade 11 to Enter the Skilled Trades
Changes to the Ontario high school curriculum will make becoming a skilled tradesperson quicker and easier.
Women in Trades: Explore Your Options with a Unique Trades
College of the Rockies lets women explore six different trades over twelve weeks — tuition-free.
Prepare for These Five In-Demand Careers at Durham College
Are you interested in one of these five in-demand careers? If so, check out the programs at DC to help you succeed in that career.
How to Become an Electrician
The skilled trades need new workers: find out how you could light up your career as an electrician.
Okanagan College Receives Major Support from Prospera for Women in Trades
Women interested in pursuing the trades at Okanagan College could receive a bursary.
There's a shortage of skilled tradespeople in Canada, and Saskatchewan Polytechnic is doing everything they can to help fill the talent gap.
Manage Your Trade with the Bachelor of Business Administration (Trades Management) Program
Build on the knowledge and skills you’ve gained through apprenticeship, journeyperson training, or a trades-related diploma program with Mohawk's new honours program.
Algonquin Receives $400,000 from the Canerector Foundation to Support the Skilled Trades Scholarship Program
Students in eligible trades programs have the opportunity to become a Canerector Foundation Scholar, receive social and career support, and earn a scholarship up to $4,000.
Canadian Government Announces Funding for 25,000 Apprenticeship Positions
New apprentices are needed across the country to fuel Canada's growth. You could be one of them!
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