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.
The IBEW and the ECAO work together to provide a strong and vibrant electrician apprenticeship program recognized as number one across the industry.
On May 7 – 9, 2018, thousands of people will gather at Skills Ontario at the Toronto Congress Centre. Here’s how IBEW locals are preparing to compete.
Read our full recommendations provided to the Government of Ontario about apprenticeship system reform.
ECAO-IBEW volunteers and competitors made an incredible impact at the Ontario Skills Conference 2017, showing the fun and challenge of electrical work.