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How is an apprenticeship regulated in Ontario?

Regulations governing the skilled trades and the establishment of apprenticeship programs. OCTAA gives the College’s Board of Governors the authority to make regulations prescribing wage rates, ratios and training hours for apprentices.

How do I get an apprenticeship certificate in Ontario?

When you complete your training as an apprentice, you get a Certificate of Apprenticeship. We send it to you within six weeks of the date you let us know you’ve completed your training. Your sponsor must send us documents stating you’ve completed your training.

Is Ontario College of Trades being shut down?

The Ontario College of Trades is winding down as the government takes action to modernize the skilled trades and apprenticeship system.

What is an apprenticeship program Ontario?

What is an apprenticeship? An apprenticeship is a pathway to a rewarding career in the trades. As an apprentice, you take classes and learn your trade by working under the direction of experienced workers – and get paid while you do it.

Are apprenticeships mandatory?

Is Apprenticeship Training mandated under the Act? mandated to undertake Apprenticeship Programs in a range from 2.5% -15% of its workforce (including direct contractual employees) every year. For establishments having a workforce between 4 – 29 this is optional.

How much does an apprentice make in Ontario?

APPRENTICE ELECTRICIANs Indeed says the average wage for electrician apprentices in Ontario is $22.07 per hour. PayScale says the average for apprentice electricians in Toronto is $17.97 per hour.

How do I get an apprentice certificate?

On successful completion of apprenticeship training in the Establishments, the apprentices are eligible to appear in the All India Trade Test for Apprentices conducted by the National Council for Vocational Training (NCVT). On passing this Test they are issued the National Apprenticeship Certificate (NAC).

What is replacing Ontario College of Trades?

The Ontario government has passed Bill 288, which replaces the Ontario College of Trades with a new Crown agency called Skilled Trades Ontario. That is why our government is building a skilled trades system that attracts more people into well-paying and meaningful careers that are truly life-changing.”

Can you do an apprenticeship without going to college?

Most people think that an apprenticeship is only for those that have just left school or college but actually you can be any age to do an apprenticeship.

What does the Aboriginal Apprenticeship Board of Ontario do?

The Aboriginal Apprenticeship Board of Ontario is committed to informing Aboriginal people of the labour market demands in the skilled trades, and supporting their transition into appropriate apprenticeships.

What’s the goal of apprenticeship training in Ontario?

The goal of Apprenticeship training is to enable workers to obtain the workplace and classroom training they require to successfully become certified in their trade of choice. If you are seeking general information on hiring and training incentives for employers, please visit the ministry’s website for more information.

Where do you register for an apprenticeship in Ontario?

The employer and apprentice registers with the Ontario Ministry of Training, Colleges and Universities Apprenticeship Office. Only after this is done does the apprenticeship-training period officially begin.

How are employers and apprentices benefit from apprenticeships?

Both employers and apprentices benefit from apprenticeship training: employers help create a pool of skilled workers who can keep their businesses competitive, while apprentices receive training that will start their careers as skilled workers.