La Cité – Préapprentissage Plomberie (24 Juin 2019 – 13 Mars 2020)

A 9 month training program for francophone apprentices in the Ottawa area who are interested in jumpstarting a career in plumbing.

Un programme de formation de 9 mois pour les apprentis francophones dans la région d’Ottawa, intéressés à se lancer dans une carrière en plomberie.

 

La Cité – Préapprentissage Électricien (8 Juillet 2019 – 27 Mars 2020)

A 7 month training program for francophone apprentices in the Ottawa area who are interested in jumpstarting a career in electrical work.

Un programme de formation de 7 mois pour les apprentis francophones dans la région d’Ottawa, intéressés par se lancer dans une carrière d’électricien.

 

La Cité – Préapprentissage Les Métiers du Secteur Industriel (8 Juillet 2019 – 27 Mars 2020)

A 7 month training program for francophone apprentices in the Ottawa area who are interested in jumpstarting a career in industrial sector trades.

Un programme de formation de 7 mois pour les apprentis francophones dans la région d’Ottawa, intéressés par se lancer dans les métiers du secteur industriel.

 

Pinecrest-Queensway Employment Services – Future Builders (July 23 & November 5, 2019)

A 15-week pre-apprenticeship training program for those who are out of school or work and are looking to enter the construction and trade industry. Participants will receive training and certification in all Ministry mandated safety courses, hands on workshops and training, and a 12-week placement.

 

Pinecrest-Queensway Employment Services – Job Track Child Care (July 29 & November 18, 2019)

A 15-week pre-apprenticeship program for those who are interested in exploring a career in the child care field. Participants will receive industry specific training, a paid placement in a child care centre, industry specific certifications, and leads to future apprenticeship opportunities.

 

Pinecrest-Queensway Employment Services – Youth Lead Employment Program (August 6 & November 25, 2019)

A 16-week skill-building program for youth (15-29 years of age) who want to develop skills and the experience to secure employment in Canada. Participants will receive pre-placement training, employment workshops and training, volunteer placement experience, and financial support for childcare and transportation.

 

Operation Come Home – Social Enterprise Works (SEW) (August 19, 2019)

A 27-week employment program that works with youth, between the ages of 16-29, who are interested in participating in employment and skill-building workshops. Participants will have an opportunity to complete 19-weeks of paid employment, gain access to job search help, and receive social supports. For any further questions please contact Anne-Marie McKenna at anne-marie@operationcomehome.ca

 

Operation Come Home – Youth Workforce Initiative (August 19 – December 6, 2019)

A 16 week program for youth, ages 16-29, who are currently unemployed and not currently enrolled in traditional schooling. Participants will undergo employment preparation classes and training to assist with their job search. Interested applicants can apply directly to Operation Come Home or through an external referral form.

 

Rideau-Rockliffe Entrepreneurship Hub – EnterpRISEing Youth+ (August 29, 2019 – December 20, 2019)

A free 16-week course for aspiring entrepreneurs who are under 30 and self-identify as having experienced mental health and/or addiction challenges. Participants will gain access to business development plans, office space, coaching and mentoring, and an opportunity to pitch their business ideas.   

 

In-Tac – Advanced Workplace Communication Training (September 2019)

A 10-week training program for newcomer IT professionals. Participants will master oral and written communication, teamwork, emotional intelligence, critical thinking, and creativity.

 

Congress of Aboriginal Peoples – Off-Reserve Indigenous Peoples Line Crew Ground Support Free Training Program (September 3, 2019)
A 14-week certification program that will prepare individuals for integration into employment opportunities in the power line and construction sector. Topics covered include: confined space hazard awareness for construction, hoisting & rigging, electrical safety high voltage, propane in construction, working at heights, mobile crane operator, and electrical safety. Applications will be accepted until August 21, 2019.

 

Ottawa Catholic School Board – Retail & Customer Service Training (September 9 – November 1, 2019)

A training program for currently unemployed or underemployed individuals who are interested in a career in retail and customer service. Participants will undergo customer service training, resume and interview skills, and a one-week work placement. Participants will also receive certificates in WHIMS and Health & Safety.

 

Ottawa Catholic School Board – Retail & Customer Service Training (September 9 – November 1, 2019)

The OCSB in partnership with The City of Ottawa is offering a training opportunity to those interested in working in retail and customer service sector. See attached brochure for more details.

 

The Canada Science and Technology Museum – STEAM Effect Project (September 14, 2019 – November 30, 2019)

An after-school program for high school students in the downtown/south-east Ottawa area who do not see themselves represented in the fields of Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts or Mathematics (STEAM). Over the course of 12 weeks, you will get to explore issues around accessibility and how we can use science and technology to be an ally to those living with disabilities. You will get to learn about 3D printing, laser cutting, coding and prototyping. You will also get to work with experts in accessibility design, along with people living with disabilities to better understand the realities of their daily lives.

 

Wood Manufacturing Council – Woodworking Training Program (October 14, 2019)

A training program for individuals who are interested in career opportunities in the wood manufacturing industry. Participants will learn workplace essential skills and receive paid pre-employment training in cabinet building, installation, furniture making, etc. Program includes “essential skills” training, “shop floor” training, free shop gear, repayment of bus fare, and safety certifications.

 

Ontario Society of Professional Engineers – Bridge Training Program (Various Dates Depending on City)

A bridging course for internationally educated graduates in engineering, engineering technology and geoscience who are interested in working in Ontario’s environment sector. Participants are expected to commit at least 48 hours of in-class and online study, which will expand participant’s knowledge of job trends and marketing skills in the environment sector. Topics that will be covered include fitting in/workplace culture, job searching, and tailoring your resume. See attached brochure for more details.