NEWS | OCT 18 2019
Skilled Trades Employer Consultation
As one of Ontario largest trainers of apprentices, Mohawk College’s Marshall School of Skilled Trades & Apprenticeship is committed to working with industry and employers to address workforce planning needs.
Please join us at one of our upcoming employer consultation sessions.
In partnership with Mohawk College. Workforce Planning Hamilton is conducting a survey about Hamilton employers’ experiences with skilled trades. Local workforce planning boards are being asked by the province to identify skilled trade positions that are hardest for employers to fill or most “in-demand” in the areas that they serve and why they are experiencing challenges filling these jobs.
Our goal is to collect feedback through two opportunities:
At these sessions, participants will also learn about resources and support that Mohawk offers for skilled trades and apprenticeship employers.
Workforce Planning Hamilton has already begun outreach to industry partners to participate in the InDemand Survey. We thank you in advance for your support and apologize for any duplication in receiving this request to participate.
Please register today.
Any questions please contact:
NEWS | SEP 03 2019
Elevating Devices Mechanic Program Mohawk College
ELEVATING DEVICES MECHANIC
Mohawk College is pleased to announce our new Ministry approved Apprenticeship training dates:
Block Delivery – Level 1
Day Release – Level 1 (Once a week on Fridays)
We are located at 481 Barton Street, Stoney Creek, ON L8E 2L7
New Apprenticeship Registrations: Apply Online
EVENT | Jun 17 2019
We are at the Supporting Women in the Skilled Trades Conference in Vancouver at the Westin Bayshore Conference Centre.
NEWS | DEC 07 2018
Apprentice Search.Com Is Better Than Ever!
Welcome to the new ApprenticeSearch.com!
ApprenticeSearch.com was launched 17 years ago as a way to address the skilled trades shortage in Ontario. Over the past 17 years, we’ve built a website and a service that helps connect apprentices and employers across the province. This year, we decided to rethink ApprenticeSearch.com to make sure we were offering the best service possible. Since then, we’ve been busy updating our site and refreshing our look – and we’re excited to finally share it with the skilled trades’ world.
So, what’s new?
In addition to looking better than ever, the new ApprenticeSearch.com has several features that will make the site even easier to use. They include:
- Mobile responsiveness: Employers and job seekers can now access ApprenticeSearch.com on any device – meaning they can search for jobs and candidates at their desk or on the go.
- Job matching: Employers and job seekers will be matched with each other based on location and field of working, making job and applicant searching easier than ever.
- Search management: Employers and job seekers can better manage their search - and their time - by saving candidates and jobs they’re interested in and returning to them at a later date.
We wouldn’t have been able to refresh this site without the support of our partners:
Province of Ontario
The W. Garfield Weston Foundation
The WB Family Foundation
The Woodbridge Group
Arcelor Mittal Dofasco
The Centre for Skills Development
We’d like to extend a big THANK-YOU to all the ApprenticeSearch.com partners who believe in what we do. This new site was only able to happen with their support.
This upgrade is just the next step in the evolution of ApprenticeSearch.com! We have some exciting plans to continue to build the site, and we’re always interested in hearing from our users about what they want from ApprenticeSearch.com. You can always send your suggestions to firstname.lastname@example.org