Who We Are
This FREE guide highlights some of Ontario’s 144 skilled trades and how to access these exciting careers!
Trades are in high demand and offer endless opportunities for growth!
We spoke with pros in each sector to give you a look into their unique journeys.
Agyei Peprah-Asiase – President and General Contractor – Paradise Construction
Delaney Krieger, 2nd Year Carpenters Apprentice
David Simon – Apprentice Powerline Technician, Hydro One Ltd.
Sheldon Williams – Powerline Technician, Hydro One Ltd.
What steps happen along your learning path and what happens after an apprenticeship ends? There’s not a single answer to this as your trades journey can go in many directions and your eventual journeyperson status can lead to an endless list of possibilities! We spoke to tradespeople about where they started and where their certification has taken them:
In partnership with WFS Ltd. and Milwaukee Tool, the #HerPower Tools program is designed to encourage young women to pursue a youth apprenticeship or post-secondary skilled trades program or apprenticeship. Students can apply for the chance to win one of 100 tool bags filled with job essentials (a $150 value!).
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