Attention all parents! Skills Ontario, in partnership with Edgefactor, is offering a #SkillsAtHome Challenge Series to encourage the exploration of…
IBEW’s Local Union 804 in the Breslau region has received approximately $5.5 million in federal funding over 5 years to…
The IBEW-ECAO have developed a research paper that looks at apprenticeship systems across the country: what has worked and what has not been successful.
Sheryl Maisonville became Ontario’s first woman journeyperson electrician in 1979.
Andrew John, an apprentice with IBEW Local 586, shares his perspective on the quality of the training program with IBEW.
On Thursday, September 13, 2018, Wayne Lawrence announced that he’ll be handing over responsibility for IBEW Local 353’s Skills committee.
The OEL wants to reduce apprentice to journeyperson ratios as the Ontario College of Trades (OCOT) enters its next round of reviews.
In this video, two apprentices talk about the risks they face as unsupervised, inadequately trained workers.
From May 7-9, 2018, the Skills Ontario trades showcase promoted the electrical trade and other skilled trades to thousands of students across the province.
Originally appearing on OCR, this article announces the delay in the OCOT apprentice ratio review. Plus response by James Barry, IBEW CCO Exec. Director.