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Additional Resources

  • Find a career you wouldn't trade at the Ministry of Education & Training​ website. Learn how to become a tradesperson, find resources if you're an employer or currently working and get job advice.   

  • If you are a budding apprentice looking for information, Apprenticeship 101 at the Canadian Apprenticeship Forum provides you with the essential basics you need to know.

  • The Careers in Trades website is the perfect spot to check out trades related videos, apprenticeship success stories and there is even a Trades Explorer Tool that you can try out!!

  • The Red Seal Program is an interprovincial standard for certain trades. If you want to work anywhere in Canada, this site is worth checking out - Programme des normes interprovinciales Sceau rouge | Interprovincial Standards Red Seal Program (red-seal.ca)

  • Use the Ontario College of Trades (NOTE: OCoT in the process of transferring information to https://www.ontario.ca/page/skilled-trades) for reference to training standards, explanations about the Certificate of Qualification exam process and other apprenticeship related information.

  • For more information on how to continue and finish an apprenticeship and learn about financial incentives after graduation: Finish an apprenticeship | Ontario.ca  

  • Have you graduated high school? Are your ready to apply for an apprenticeship? If so, check out the Ontario Government application process here - https://www.eoss.tcu.gov.on.ca/AOL/training/prerequirements ​​

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