General information plus a trades job database- you can register as a job seeker or an employer to post jobs. The job database is open to employers & job seekers in Peel/Halton-Dufferin, Hamilton, Kitchener-Waterloo, Niagara and Brant/Brantford-Haldiman-Norfolk area at present.
The Canadian Apprenticeship Forum is the only inclusive national body that brings together all players in apprenticeship training.
CAF-FCA works under the guidance of its Board of Directors, who represent every aspect of the apprenticeship community. Their work has brought to light a number of key issues that affect apprenticeship training - such as perceived barriers to training; the business case for apprenticeship; and the importance of promoting apprenticeship training as a valued and respected choice for post-secondary education.
This web site has information about careers in skilled trades and why choosing such careers make so much sense. Information is available for Youth, Educators, Parents, Employers and Media. Learn why apprenticeships and careers in skilled trades are excellent choices.
In 2009, legislation was passed to establish the Ontario College of Trades, a regulatory college that will modernize the province's apprenticeship and skilled trades system. The College will encourage more people to work in the trades and help the system better serve employers, skilled tradespeople, apprentices and consumers.