Check out the latest Industry Newsletter published by the Ontario Construction Secretariat – highlighting the ‘Keeping Students in Class’ act
Show Service Apprentices – Exhibition Place has posted their upcoming events for the remainder of 2022
The Ontario Construction Secretariat knows how essential it is for women to have a role in the construction industry and wanted to share a few organizations throughout the province that focus on helping women get into the trades and feel welcomed and safe in the industry.
February 16-17, 2023
The International Centre, Toronto, Canada – Canada’s ONLY National Trade Show Dedicated to the Concrete, Aggregates, and Construction Industries
From July to August 2022, investment in building construction was relatively stable, with changes of less than 2% in each sector.
The City of Toronto, in partnership with others, is hosting an in-person job fair. Meet employers and apply for employment opportunities in hospitality, food & beverage, customer service, recreation & entertainment, transportation and travel service.
Future Skills Centre tackles ongoing skills shortage by investing in programs helping thousands land in-demand jobs for today and tomorrow.
First Nations, Inuit, and Métis communities across Canada are emerging as successful major project leaders, but not all of them have the necessary resources to make informed decisions, manage risks, and finance large-scale investments in their futures.
The Ontario government is investing an additional $90 million in the Skills Development Fund (SDF) to support innovative training projects that upskill workers and jobseekers, preparing them for meaningful careers in their communities.
The WHSC is Ontario’s designated Certification Part 1, Part 2 and Refresher trainer with more than 35 years of occupational health and safety training, Workers Health & Safety Centre is CPO-approved – meeting and exceeding legal requirements.