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Apprentice Trades
All the basics and lots of detail information about apprenticeship programs.

ApprenticeSearch.com
A wealth of information on this site. Check out their Hot Links to websites on starting an apprenticeship, self assessment tools, incentive programs for employers, community colleges offering skilled trades training, trade associations and unions.

Canadian Apprenticeship Forum
A Canadian organization involved with the promotion of trades to youth, and the future development of a single point of contact for apprenticeship information and resources.

Interprovincial Standards (Red Seal Program)
Information on a program that provides greater mobility across Canada for skilled workers.

Loans for Tools Program
The Loans for Tools program offers new apprentices a loan to help them buy the tools and equipment they need to perform the trade in which they are registered.

MadeWithTheTrades.com
A great site that offers video/audio presentations from Apprentices, written comments from Journeypeople as well as job descriptions of various trades.

Ministry of Training, Colleges and Universities
Want to work in the skilled trades? Employment Ontario has services right across Ontario that can help you become an apprentice.

Office Locations
Want to work in the skilled trades? Employment Ontario has services right across Ontario that can help you become an apprentice.

Skills Compétences Canada
An organization which works with employers, educators, labour groups and the government to reposition trade and technical careers as a first choice career option for Canadian youth.

Trade Ability
Tradeability.ca is a collaborative effort between community partners in Durham Region, funded by the Province of Ontario and the Government of Canada. The goal is to meet current and future market demand for skilled tradespeople in Durham Region.

Trade Up For Success
Information on trades, apprenticeship, current opportunities, and more...

Apprenticeship Subject Pathways
A resource that will help educators, students and parents determine which English, mathematics and science secondary school courses would benefit students who intend to begin an apprenticeship upon graduation.

Canadian Constructions Women
CCW provides members with opportunities for support, mentoring, networking, community involvement, learning and development. CCW acts as a resource about construction and exists to attract and retain women in the industry.

Class 2 Careers - Apprenticeships
class2careers.com provides students and teachers with access to opportunities which support learning about careers. Employers and their staffs benefit by connecting with their local schools and future employees. While sharing their expertise, employers and staff members develop new skills and often get assistance with workplace tasks.

Rainbow Schools
Apprenticeship Subject Pathways is a resource document published by the Ministry of Training, Colleges and Universities (MTCU) and the Ministry of Education. This document outlines which English, mathematics and science secondary school courses are of most benefit for secondary school students interested in apprenticing in the skilled trades.

Skills Ontario
A provincial site for students, parents and educators that outline programs and events, competitions and career exploration.