Métiers spécialisés

Les métiers spécialisés incluent quatre catégories principales : la construction, le transport, l’industrie manufacturière et les services.

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Skills Canada NWT

Skills Canada NWT is a registered charity with a mission to promote careers in skilled trades and technology to northern youth. We pursue this mission through community-based skills clubs, youth conferences, skills competitions, as well as other events focused on trades and technology.

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#AbleTo

Closing the employment gap means ensuring all post-secondary students and graduates with disabilities are able to start satisfying careers. While diversity and inclusion are imperatives for many businesses, their messages, policies and practices often stop with gender and visible minorities. Employees with visible and non-visible disabilities must be included so Ottawa employers can thrive.

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The Female Economy

As a market, women represent an opportunity bigger than China and India combined. They control $20 trillion in consumer spending, and that figure could reach $28 trillion in the next five years. Women drive the world economy, in fact. Yet most companies do a remarkably poor job of serving them, a new study by the Boston Consulting Group reveals.

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Women apprenticeship program expanding to P.E.I.

Women in trades on P.E.I. will soon have more help getting an apprenticeship because a non-profit out of Newfoundland is expanding. The Office to Advance Women Apprentices is coming to Charlottetown this fall. The non-profit recently received over $1 million in federal funding from Employment and Social Development Canada and around $250,000 of that money will go to P.E.I. The group will be reaching out to women who have either taken an apprenticeship program or are interested in doing so and work with them to find employment, said Karen Walsh with the Office to Advance Women Apprentices. « Working with them, working with unions and contractors, to try to assist those women getting employment, » Walsh said.

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Indigenous Peoples in Trades Training

Camosun, through their Indigenous Peoples in Trades Training office, offers two different trade avenues: Trades Skills Foundation for Indigenous peoples program and/or Direct entry into one of Camosun’s skilled Trades Foundation programs. This program is for Indigenous people interested in the trades.

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Women in Mining Canada Trailblazing Awards

Women in Mining Canada is excited to announce the recipients of the 2021 Trailblazer Awards. Please join us in congratulating: Trailblazer Award: Monica Moretto (Vice President, Social Sustainability, Diversity and Inclusion, Pan American Silver Corp.), Indigenous Trailblazer: Leona Aglukkaq (Director, TMAC Resources Inc.), Indigenous Student Trailblazer Award: Taryn Cutler (Community Liaison and Office Manager, Seabridge Gold Inc.), Student Trailblazer Award: Lori Manoukian (PhD Candidate, P. Geo, McGill University), and Rick Hutson Mentorship Award: Dr. Jeanne Paquette (Associate Professor, Department of Earth & Planetary Sciences, McGill University).

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CONESTOGA

The School of Trades & Apprenticeship is the centre of apprenticeship and skills training in Canada’s Technology Triangle. Conestoga offers a comprehensive array of programs in the Construction, Motive Power, Industrial, and Service sectors in response to the needs of industry, and the growth in our local economy. Operating from campuses in Kitchener – Doon, Waterloo, Cambridge, and Guelph as well as training facilities in Brantford and Ingersoll.

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Tellent

Tellent is a diversity recruitment and social impact company striving to close the talent gap in the new work economy. Tellent work with flexible work opportunity seekers and businesses to make work, work better for everyone. Tellent’s mission is to increase women’s economic contribution, progress gender equity and prepare companies for evolving workforce trends to stay competitive in the Future of Work.

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The Canadian Institute of Mining, Metallurgy and Petroleum

The Canadian Institute of Mining, Metallurgy and Petroleum (CIM) is the leading not-for-profit technical society of professionals in the Canadian minerals, metals, materials and energy industries. CIM is a resource sector that is broadly recognized and respected as an engine for sustainable growth and prosperity. The Canadian Institute of Mining offers scholarships and awards open to undergraduates and graduates living anywhere in Canada and province/territory-specific areas.

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BGC Canada

BGC’s mission is to provide safe, supportive places where children and youth can experience new opportunities, overcome barriers, build positive relationships, and develop confidence and skills for life.

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Indigenous women atop a skyscraper

« It was just after the Labour Day long weekend when Ironworkers Local 725 business manager Rob Calver spent the evening with nine ironworkers at the union’s hall in south east Calgary. While that’s not unusual for Calver, a long-time union activist and proud skilled tradesman, this time was a bit different. This time the ironworkers were all women. All were Indigenous and as Calver points out, “all were very powerful. » »

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North Shore MicMac District Council

NSMDC provides Service Delivery, Technical Support and Building Capacity in Water & Waste Management, Housing & Infrastructure, Post-secondary Education, Training & Employment, Community Development, Financial and Technical Services and Child & Family services.

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Skills Canada National Competition

Skills/Compétences Canada promotes careers in the skilled trade and technology sectors primarily through the annual Skills Canada National Competition, as well as through provincial and territorial competitions. These competitions are free and open to the public, who are invited to try a variety of skilled trade and technology activities.

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