SLC responds to Ontario’s shortage in skilled labour
SLC has launched four new pre-apprenticeship programs, which provide opportunities to help people interested in the trades gain the skills needed to enter the apprenticeship system. The pre-apprenticeship programs are funded by the Ministry of Labour, Training and Skills Development (MLTSD) to develop more skilled tradespeople in response to Ontario’s shortage of skilled workers.
In addition to fulfilling the requirements needed to continue in an apprenticeship (pending employer sponsorship), participants take part in an 8-week paid placement, and get three micro-credentials in Workforce Preparedness, Digital Literacy, and Communication. Micro-Credentials are credentials that are transferable across disciplines and can be stand alone as requested by employers or stackable with other credentials to earn more comprehensive credentials. The funding covers participants' tuition, hand tools, Personal Protective Equipment (PPE), and all learning resources.
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Note: These programs are not open to international students.