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1 Script - Apprenticeship Job-Seeker Presentation Slide 1: Introduction: This presentation was created by apprenticesearch.com and is designed to be an introduction to the skilled trades and apprenticeship in Ontario Both the general public and our Employment Ontario service partners have expressed the need for a presentation available to assist jobseekers interested in finding a skilled trade apprenticeship opportunity in Ontario This presentation was developed by apprenticesearch.com and is one of many free resources found on the website Slide 2: What is Apprenticeship? Apprenticeship is a workplace-based training program for people who want to work in a skilled trade Copyright 2012 apprenticesearch.com - Halton Industry Education Council. All rights reserved. 1

2 90% of the apprenticeship is on-the-job training under the supervision of skilled tradespeople/journey persons 10% (classroom instruction) occurs at a post-secondary institution (community/private colleges, local union training centres or other approved training centres) Apprentices are full time workers, so they earn while they learn the trade (salary level increases over the course of the apprenticeship to reflect increasing skill level) Apprenticeship can take 2-5 years to complete Slide 3: Apprenticeship Sectors (this slide is live, meaning if you have an internet connection you can click on any one of the trade sectors and it will take you to apprenticesearch.com to view the list of trades with a description for each trade) There are 4 sectors of apprenticeship: Construction, Industrial, Service, and Motive Power There are 157 skilled trade apprenticeships within these 4 sectors There are 22 compulsory trades and 135 voluntary trades The trades are now governed by the Ontario College of Trades o The Ontario College of Trades is a self regulatory body made up of trades people for trades people (more will be discussed about the college later in the presentation) Copyright 2012 apprenticesearch.com - Halton Industry Education Council. All rights reserved. 2

3 Slide 4: Construction Sector: (The trade names that are highlighted in blue are live, if you have an internet connection you can click on the trade and it will take you to the trade description found on apprenticesearch.com) The Construction sector includes trades such as Electrician, Brick and Stone Mason, Plumber and Carpenter A number of the trades in the Construction sector are performed outdoors or in changing locations (different job sites) Some of the trades can be seasonal and are busier during peak seasons and slower during other times of the year For the most part the minimum educational requirements within the Construction trades are grade 10. Some are even as low as grade 8; however most employers now require a grade 12 or equivalent education Finding apprenticeships in the better-known Construction sector trades such as Electrician, Plumber, Refrigeration and AC Mechanic (HVAC) can be challenging. Skilled trade ratios, intense competition from other applicants, and union regulations can all influence a jobseeker s chances for success. Copyright 2012 apprenticesearch.com - Halton Industry Education Council. All rights reserved. 3

4 Slide 5: Industrial Sector: (The trade names that are highlighted in blue are live, if you have an internet connection you can click on the trade and it will take you to the trade description found on apprenticesearch.com) The Industrial sector trades include Tool and Die Maker, General Machinist and Industrial Mechanic-Millwright These trades are typically carried out in factory or industrial shop settings The minimum educational requirement for these trades is grade 12 or equivalent There has been an increase in the number of Industrial apprenticeship opportunities on the website apprenticesearch.com, specifically in the General Machinist and CNC Programmer trades over the past few years Slide 6: Service Sector: (The trade names that are highlighted in blue are live, if you have an internet connection you can click on the trade and it will take you to the trade description found on apprenticesearch.com) Copyright 2012 apprenticesearch.com - Halton Industry Education Council. All rights reserved. 4

5 The Service sector includes trades such as Cook, Child and Youth Worker, Hairstylist, and Arborist Occupations in this sector tend to be new to the area of apprenticeship and some employers may not be aware that they are able to take on and train an apprentice in these fields. Apprenticeship seekers may have to inform these employers about the apprenticeship system and the benefits of hiring an apprentice. Much of this information can be found on apprenticesearch.com The minimum educational requirement for trades in this sector is grade 12 or equivalent Slide 7: Motive Power Sector: (The trade names that are highlighted in blue are live, if you have an internet connection you can click on the trade and it will take you to the trade description found on apprenticesearch.com) The Motive Power sector includes trades such as Automotive Service Technician, Auto Body Repairer, Truck and Coach Technician and Motorcycle Technician There are a considerable number of job postings within the Motive Power sector found on apprenticesearch.com. This is because the majority of these trades are compulsory (meaning you have to complete the formal apprenticeship and pass the in school training portions prior to writing the Certificate of Qualifications Exam) The minimum educational requirement for this sector is grade 12 or equivalent Copyright 2012 apprenticesearch.com - Halton Industry Education Council. All rights reserved. 5

6 Slide 8: What is Required? To enter into an apprenticeship, you must meet the following criteria: o Be at least 16 years of age o Eligible to work in Canada o Meet the minimum educational requirements however most employers now require a grade 12 or equivalent education (GED) o Employers in certain trades may require some form or related training to be completed prior to entering into an apprenticeship (for example, pre-apprenticeship, OYAP etc.) Slide 9: Copyright 2012 apprenticesearch.com - Halton Industry Education Council. All rights reserved. 6

7 Length of Apprenticeship: An apprenticeship can take 2-5 years to complete, which amounts to between hours Lengths vary by trade and are typically longer in the Construction, Motive Power and Industrial Sectors Slide 10: Types of Apprenticeship: Compulsory Trades There are 22 Compulsory Trades The apprentice must train under a journeyperson qualified in the selected trade A person must either be an apprentice or a fully licensed journeyperson to work in that trade Both the journeyperson and the apprentice must be members of the Ontario College of Trades Examples would be Electrician, Automotive Service Technician or Hairstylist Copyright 2012 apprenticesearch.com - Halton Industry Education Council. All rights reserved. 7

8 Slide 11: Types of Apprenticeship: Voluntary/non-compulsory trades all mean the same in regards to apprenticeship training; The apprentice may train under a person who is qualified, but who may not have completed a formal apprenticeship to work in that trade A person can work in this trade without completing a formal apprenticeship, and may be able to challenge the Certificate of Qualifications with proof of work Membership to the Ontario College of Trades is optional for Voluntary trades In order to train an apprentice the tradesperson must be a member of the Ontario College of Trades All apprentices must be members of the Ontario College of Trades An example of this type of trade is a Parts Technician or Cook Slide 12: Steps to an Apprenticeship: (The images are live, if you have an internet connection you can click on the images to the left and it will open up a webpage with more info on that apprenticeship route) Copyright 2012 apprenticesearch.com - Halton Industry Education Council. All rights reserved. 8

9 Traditional Route o The person seeking an apprenticeship is responsible for finding an employer who will sponsor him or her. The employer and apprentice register with the Ontario Ministry of Training, Colleges and Universities Apprenticeship Office, sign the Training Agreement and the apprenticeship training officially begins OYAP Ontario Youth Apprenticeship Program o Young people, with the help of their co-op teacher and school board OYAP coordinator, register as apprentices while still in secondary school (Grade 11 and 12) o These students complete a cooperative education placement in a skilled trade o They receive high school credits towards their diploma and some OYAP students may even receive credit for their Basic level of in-school apprenticeship training Union or Industry Approved Training o Some unions or trade associations run their own training centres o Intake can be selective and may take place only at certain points in the calendar year College Route o Many of Ontario s colleges of applied arts and technology offer diploma programs related to skilled trades o These programs require successful completion of secondary school and can take up to two or three years to complete Co-op Diploma Apprenticeship Programs o These programs were recently introduced by the Ontario government, allowing a student to pursue both a college diploma and an apprenticeship at the same time o Apprentices are assigned to employers during the program Pre-Apprenticeship Program o These programs provide training in a specific trade to help prepare for an apprenticeship o They are less than 52 weeks in length o Organizations offering these programs often assist with job placement Private Career Colleges o These programs vary in time, length, expense and effectiveness in placing students in apprenticeships Copyright 2012 apprenticesearch.com - Halton Industry Education Council. All rights reserved. 9

10 Slide 13: Apprenticeship Process: (There are live tabs in this slide, if you have an internet connection you can click on any one of the top 4 tabs to find more information) Step 1 - Do A LOT of research o Choosing an apprenticeship is a career decision, and as mentioned, apprenticeships can take anywhere from 2-5 years to complete. Preparation and knowledge are important o Knowing the structure and length of the apprenticeship is important as employers expect apprentices to know how the apprenticeship system functions (This is a live tab. If you have internet connection you can click on this tab to go to the About Trades section on apprenticesearch.com. For each trade, this section outlines the job details, preparation required, length of the apprenticeship, future outlook, expected wage rates, self-rating quiz, and other related jobs) Step 2 - Create a functional formatted resume geared towards the trade of interest o The functional formatted resume is a way to highlight any hands-on skills, abilities, education, personal experiences or interests related to the trade of interest o It allows you to group all related/relevant information together on the resume o Good for people with limited experience or career changers (this is a live tab, if you have an internet connection you can click on this tab to go to the resume and cover letter booklet found on apprenticesearch.com) Step 3 - Find your Employer/Sponsor o After the necessary research and the creation of a functional formatted resume highlighting related/relevant skills, the next step is to find an employer/sponsor to start the apprenticeship o There are 2 major search sources for employers/sponsors: the visible job market and the hidden job market. We suggest exploring both sources as landing an apprenticeship is very challenging The Visible Job Market any job posting that is posted and open to the public (online, newspaper ads etc.) The Hidden Job Market employers have positions that can be filled but are too busy to put up a job posting These jobs are often uncovered by personal networking or by walking in and submitting a resume in person Copyright 2012 apprenticesearch.com - Halton Industry Education Council. All rights reserved. 10

11 o Register, upload a resume, and search for a job on apprenticesearch.com once you have researched the trade of interest and have a resume highlighting any relevant skill sets and experiences (this is a live tab, if you have an internet connection you can click on this tab to go to the Registration section on apprenticesearch.com where you can create a profile to look for apprenticeship opportunities across Ontario) Step 4 - Get Registered o Following the probationary period set by the employer, the Ministry of Training Colleges and Universities will be contacted to come to the place of work to sign the Training Agreement between the apprentice, employer and MTCU (this is the formal registration process). The apprentice is now a registered apprentice and the hours worked and skills demonstrated will be tallied towards the apprenticeship o After signing the Training agreement with the employer and the MTCU; contact the Ontario College of Trades to become an Apprentice member (this is a live tab, if you have an internet connection you can click on this tab to find a list of the different MTCU Apprenticeship Office s across the province) Step 5 - Keep Track of: o Your hours, complete the Training Standards manual - sign off on skills sets learned, and follow up with your MTCU Training Consultant to find out when the next level of in school training session will be held There are usually 3 levels of in-school training sessions during an apprenticeship o Basic Intermediate Advanced Your status with the Ontario College of Trades Membership fee is $60/year Step 6 - Write your Certificate of Qualifications (C of Q) exam o Once the apprentice has completed all the work hours, passed all levels of schooling and has completed/signed off on the skills sets in the Training Standards, he/she is eligible to write the Certificate of Qualifications exam Step 7 - License/Certified o Upon passing the C of Q exam, the apprentice is now a licensed journey person Copyright 2012 apprenticesearch.com - Halton Industry Education Council. All rights reserved. 11

12 Slide 14: Training Standards: Every apprentice receives a Training Standards manual upon registration The training units and skill sets in the manual need to be signed off once the apprentice becomes competent in the particular skill Throughout the duration of the apprenticeship an apprentice may have numerous employer sponsors o If the apprentice changes their employer/sponsor, the MTCU Training Consultant should be informed so the MTCU can update their system and make sure that the new employer meets the training requirements for apprenticeship Slide 15: Certification Process: Upon successful completion of hours and in school training, apprentices will be awarded a Certificate of Apprenticeship ( C of A), proof of completing the formal apprenticeship The Certificate of Qualifications (C of Q) license will be achieved by gaining a score of 70% or higher on the multiple choice trades exam Copyright 2012 apprenticesearch.com - Halton Industry Education Council. All rights reserved. 12

13 o Skilled trade workers in non-compulsory or voluntary trades can challenge the C of Q exam. Proof of work experience is required; contact your local MTCU Apprenticeship office for further details Slide 16: Red Seal Trades: (The Red Seal image is live, if you have an internet connection you can click on the image and it will open up the Red Seal website) To date there are 53 trades included in the Red Seal program on a national basis The program encourages harmonization of provincial and territorial apprenticeship training and certification programs by developing and maintaining interprovincial standards of qualification for Red Seal trades The apprenticeship curriculum is at a national standard for these 53 trades, allowing a journeyperson with a Red Seal endorsement to work anywhere in Canada without getting recertified or re-writing the Certificate of Qualifications exam Slide 17: Copyright 2012 apprenticesearch.com - Halton Industry Education Council. All rights reserved. 13

14 The Ontario College of Trades: The Ontario College of Trades Apprenticeship Act (OCTAA, 2009) came into effect in May 2009 and replaced The ACA and TQAA (these acts are no longer valid) Under the legislation, the College will regulate all approved trades in Ontario and will be: o Issuing licenses and certificates of membership o Setting standards for training and certification o Removing barriers and increasing access for internationally trained workers o Protecting the public interest through investigations o Conducting research and collecting relevant data to support future apprenticeship and certification policies Slide 18: OCOT Membership: Membership costs for the Ontario College of Trades is as follows: o Apprentices - $60 + HST / Year o Tradespersons - $60 + HST / Year o Journeyperson Candidates - $60 + HST / Year o Journeypersons - $120 + HST / Year o Employers/Sponsors - $120 + HST / year New classes have been added to apprenticeship system o Journeyperson Candidate, Tradesperson and Journeyperson are now separate classes o Journeyperson Candidate Have completed an Ontario apprenticeship program (Certificate of Apprenticeship) in a trade that has a Certificate of Qualification exam (voluntary or compulsory) and have not passed that Certificate of Qualification exam Are subject to any ratios and/or wage rates that have been set out for their trade(s), if they practice a compulsory trade Copyright 2012 apprenticesearch.com - Halton Industry Education Council. All rights reserved. 14

15 Have a maximum of 1 year to write their Certificate of Qualifications exam Can continue to work legally in their trade, if they are in a compulsory trade, as they prepare to write their exams (individuals in voluntary trades do not have to be members of the College to work legally) o Tradespersons Work in voluntary trades where there is a Certificate of Qualification exam to become a certified Journeyperson Are preparing to write, have no plans to write or have not passed the available Certificate of Qualification exam for their trade(s) Can remain in this class indefinitely or until they pass the available Certificate of Qualification exam for their trade(s) o Journeyperson Have met all of the requirements set out for their trade(s) and hold a valid Certificate of Qualification Have been assessed to have experience and/or qualifications that are equivalent to a Certificate of Apprenticeship and have been issued a valid Provisional Certificate of Qualification Slide 19: Cost of Apprenticeship: (The text highlighted in blue is live, if you have an internet connection you can click on the link and it will take you the incentive form found on apprenticesearch.com) There are minimal costs when it comes to apprenticeship o There is a $60 registration fee per year for the Ontario College of Trades o It costs up to $500/level of school (90% of the schooling cost is covered by the MTCU) o $100 cost to write the C of Q exam There are a number of incentives and grants that are offered o Besides wages earned during the apprenticeship, there are: Copyright 2012 apprenticesearch.com - Halton Industry Education Council. All rights reserved. 15

16 Loan for Tools program an interest free loan to help apprentices buy the tools and equipment needed to perform the tasks of the trade up to $800 depending on the sector Apprenticeship Incentive Grant a taxable cash grant of $1000 per year that is available to registered apprentices once they have successfully completed the first or second year Apprenticeship Completion Grant A $2000 taxable cash grant available to registered apprentices who successfully complete apprenticeship training and receive certification These are just a few incentives that are offered to the apprentice. There are incentives and grants that are offered to the Employer/Sponsor as well Slide 20: A Part of the Solution: (The apprenticesearch.com image is live, if you have an internet connection you can click on the image and it will open up the apprenticesearh.com website) apprenticesearch.com provides: o Information detailed descriptions on the 157 skilled trades; incentives and grants etc. o Resources steps to an apprenticeship booklet, resume guides, next steps for the laid off apprentice etc. o Apprenticeship opportunities across Ontario positions posted by employers looking to hire apprentices o Labour Market Info (LMI) on apprenticeship 6 Months in Review report, Considerations Chart o Personalized Assistance apprenticesearch liaisons are available to answer any apprenticeship related questions Copyright 2012 apprenticesearch.com - Halton Industry Education Council. All rights reserved. 16

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