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  • Bridging Program for Internationally-trained TradespersonsTrades Win Support Program

    Internationally trained electricians, millwrights (industrial mechanics), refrigeration and air conditioning mechanics (HVAC mechanics), and plumbers.

  • I did not know what to do when I was looking for a job as an electrician. Finally I found Skills for Change who is helping us to get a license through Humber College. I got help to find a job from job developers. Initially I also had a problem with reading a codebook but now I am able to read and do the job without anybody´s support."    - P.K.

Program Details

Get your RED SEAL License; Find a job in your field. 

Module 1: 

An employment preparation training course to get you ready for the workplace that includes:

  • job search strategies
  • trade-specific language training
  • mentoring support
  • work experience placements
  • job search assistance

Time:
M - F, 9:30 am to 2:00 pm

Locations:

Skills for Change, York

675 Cochrane Drive, East Tower - 6th Floor

Markham, ON - L3R 0B8

Phone: 416-509-2578


Skills for Change, Peel

Regus Brampton | 2 County Court Blvd. - 4th Floor,

Brampton, ON - L6W 3W8

Phone: 905-595-6700

 

Module 2:

A Certificate of Qualification exam preparation course taught by qualified instructors at Humber College.  It covers:

  • Canadian codes, rules and regulations
  • technical skills upgrading
  • exam strategies

Time:
M - F, 8 am to 2:30 pm

Location: 

Humber College Centre for Trades and Technology

110 Carrier Dr.,

Toronto, ON

M9W 5R1

Admission Requirements

This program is open to internationally trained professionals who:

 are Canadian Citizens, Landed Immigrants or Convention Refugees

 have a Grade 10 or equivalent education

 have 4-5 years of work experience in a related trade

 demonstrated English Language Proficiency (Canadian Language Benchmark Assessment)

Register Today:

York: 416.509.2578
Peel: 905.595.1679

Delivered by Skills for Change in partnership with Humber College

http://skillsforchange.org/

Funded by Ontario