3 Reasons to Become a Construction & Maintenance Electrician (& What to Expect in Training)

Feb 13, 2017 12:15:51 PM

 

Most prospective students have already heard that demand for skilled tradespeople has risen sharply across Canada over the last few years.

Our aging population is creating a skills-vacuum in the construction trades. Many workers are retiring, or getting ready to retire, and there simply aren't enough trained workers to take their place.

However, demand for tradespeople varies by geographical region within Canada, and by the type of trade. Before pushing forward with training, it's important for students to research the job outlook in their particular province and city, and for the specific trade they'd like to pursue.

This post is for anyone hoping to pursue construction and maintenance electrician training in Ontario, and specifically in the Greater Toronto Area (GTA).

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5 Tools You'll Use Most After Becoming a Plumber

Nov 3, 2016 9:15:17 AM

Effective problem-solving in plumbing means having the right tools on hand, and knowing which ones are best suited to each challenge. A pipe may have just burst and the house or office is rapidly filling with water—but a good plumber doesn't panic. He or she knows exactly which tools to reach for first.

Key Skills You'll Learn in a Combined Plumber + Gas Technician Program

Jan 28, 2016 10:15:59 AM

Considering heading back to school to train for a career in the construction trades?

You’re probably looking at which trades are most in demand so you can be sure your educational investment will pay off with a steady, well-paid job.

You’re also probably looking to build a diverse set of skills, so you’ll be eligible for several different kinds of employment after graduation (keeping your options open).

One of the smartest ways to fulfill the above criteria is to select a “combined” pre-apprenticeship training program. You’ll learn skills from two different trades that are often paired together on the job. This means double the technical knowledge, and double the job opportunities.

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Working as a plumber can be incredibly rewarding, both professionally and personally.

Top 3 Reasons to Pursue a Combined Electrician + Network Cabling Program

Jan 26, 2016 4:04:07 PM

With the high demand for workers in today's construction world, being a genuinely skilled “jack-of-all-trades” can really maximize your earning potential. Construction sites are full of specialists: carpenters, plumbers, and other types of craft workers who have mastered a particular skillset - but they can’t necessarily switch roles and perform tasks from another skill area.

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