Centre for Skills - Programs & Services

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Employment Ontario programs and services are funded in part by the Government of Canada
and the Government of Ontario and through the Canada-Ontario Job Agreement.


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Employers

Get more out of your workforce with employee training, and build your team with recruitment assistance.


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Skilled Trades

Our programs get students trained for rewarding careers in less than half the time of similar college programs.

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Job Seekers

Visit one of our sites to use job search resources, or book a free appointment with one of our Employment Advisors.

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Immigrants

Learn more about our free services for qualified immigrants new to Canada.

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Upgrading

Develop new or build on existing skills with our academic upgrading and training programs.


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Check out our Calendar of Events to learn more about our upcoming workshops, programs and events taking place at all of our locations.

 

Centre for Skills News

Imagine you’ve researched and practiced all week for an interview for a job in your field and you felt your interview went very well! However, you discover that the other candidate got the job. Why? Because your educational credentials had not been assessed. The employer thereby, did not know if your educational background matched the requirements of the company. I’ve heard of this happening over the years from so many newcomers and it’s very unfortunate. My goal is to see all clients succeed and not miss out on any opportunities, so get your credentials assessed! 
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When I first came to Canada, everyone was talking about volunteering. Mostly all my friends recommended me to volunteer. But why? I didn’t understand what was so important about it. I used to do a lot of volunteering back home before coming to Canada, however, it was not as emphasized as much as here.  

What is so important about volunteering?  

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At Centre for Skills, for international women’s day, we decided to showcase the successes of some of the women who have taken our trades programs, and what better way to do this than to let everyone tell their own story. As such, this blog contains responses from a survey that has been completed by our graduates.  As much as we would have loved to display all of the great achievements of our participants, we could only pick a few responses to tell the story. Women from our programs are working in various fields throughout the trades, from construction, millwright, mechanics, and entrepreneurs.
 
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Recent Job Postings

For the full Job Board click here.

 

Title

Status

Location

Posted

Expires

Full time
In person with travel in Halton and Peel
2023.05.26
Full time
Halton
2023.05.26
Full time
Niagara
2023.05.23
2023.06.16
Full time
Burlington
2023.05.23
2023.06.16