Ontario Preparing People for Careers in the Auto and Advanced Manufacturing SectorsPublished on September 08, 2020
Ontario Preparing People for Careers in the Auto and Advanced Manufacturing Sectors
Innovative Projects Will Train and Re-Train Thousands for In-demand Jobs
The following funding recipients were selected through calls for proposals: The Automotive Parts Manufacturers Association, Fiat Chrysler Automobiles, George Brown College, Skills for Change of Metro Toronto, Ford Motor Company of Canada, Humber College, the Canadian Skills Training and Employment Coalition, Seneca College Newnham Campus, Sheridan College, and Centennial College.
The training projects range from hands-on learning opportunities for students in co-op or internship settings to short-duration, high quality college courses that help laid-off workers learn to operate high-tech machinery or gain credentials for good jobs in the auto or advanced manufacturing sector.