Learn skills, gain hands-on experience and get employed as an industrial skilled trades worker! This 22-week program offers training in two areas providing graduates with real-world skills they can apply in a variety of jobs.
Industrial Millwright Mechanics ensure the automation, robots and production equipment within manufacturing facilities are running at maximum efficiency through adjusting, dismantling, welding, repairing and sometimes replacing equipment. Making replacement parts using hands-on machine tools is also one of their many responsibilities.
Machinists determine the best way to produce a part by interpreting drawings, selecting the most appropriate raw materials and performing calculations. They also make parts using measuring equipment and machine tools. Machinists work on the same types of machines as Tool & Die Makers to make parts that are then assembled into tools, dies or fixtures.
The next Industrial Millwright/Machinist class starts March 10, 2014. Enrollment is limited.
Eligible program graduates receive job search assistance including resume and interview preparation and leads on employment opportunities until they land their first paid training-related work.
Attend a free information session, tour the facility and meet the instructors. Visit thecentre.on.ca to apply online or contact us at 905-333-3499 x 121, 1-888-315-5521 x 121 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Start the application process now to get hands-on training that pays!
The Centre for Skills Development & Training is a not-for-profit incorporated affiliate of the Halton District School Board with locations across Halton and in Mississauga. The Centre helps people at all stages of life get on a path to career success—from youth just starting out, to older workers who have been laid off; from newcomers to Canada who need to improve their workplace English, to people interested in the trades who need to build their technical skills; and from small business owners looking to hire staff, to large companies who need help developing and transitioning their workforce. Learn more at thecentre.on.ca.
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For further information, please contact:
Ellen Faraday, Coordinator
Trades and Technology
Alex Fuller, Manager