ERIC Number: ED165009
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1978-Sep
Reference Count: 0
Apprenticeship and You.
Ontario Ministry of Colleges and Universities, Toronto.
This booklet on Ontario (Canada) apprenticeship programs describes regulated and non-regulated trades in the following four categories: (1) construction, (2) industrial, (3) motive power, and (4) service. The introductory section covers what apprenticeship is, educational requirements, credits for academic and skill achievements, finding an employer, and certification. The remainder of the booklet covers from thirteen to twenty-one trades within each of the four trade categories and for each trade includes the following: education requirements, length of training program, minimum wages, duties and skills, and other information (includes dates that regulation and certification became effective). Some representative trades included under each of the four categories respectively are as follow: (1) brick and stone mason, construction boilermaker, electrician, general carpenter, and lineman; (2) general machinist, mold maker, tool and die maker, chemical plant operator, and patternmaker; (3) alignment and brakes mechanic, farm equipment mechanic, motor vehicle mechanic, service station attendant, and small engine mechanic; and (4) baker, barber, dry cleaner, hairdresser, and butcher. A list of miscellaneous non-regulated trades is attached. (EM)
Descriptors: Admission Criteria, Apprenticeships, Auto Mechanics, Building Trades, Certification, Educational Background, Employment Qualifications, Job Skills, Minimum Wage, Occupational Information, Program Descriptions, Program Guides, Program Length, Service Occupations, Skilled Occupations, Trade and Industrial Education, Work Experience Programs
Publication Type: Guides - General
Education Level: N/A
Authoring Institution: Ontario Ministry of Colleges and Universities, Toronto.
Note: Not available in hard copy due to small print in the original document