Found 6 total training opportunities.

  • Working at Heights

    Participants will receive training in the following: Legislation and Standards. Legislation as required by the Occupational Health and Safety Act and its Regulations. – Occupational Health and Safety Act—Section 25,26,27 & 28 – Regulation 213—Section 21,26 Other Standards that apply: – CSA Standard Z259 – Ministry Of Labour’s Working At Heights Standard Participants will receive Working at Heights Training in the following elements: Categories of falls Control measures Floors and openings, Fixed barriers and guardrails Warning barriers and handrails Surface openings Safety belts / lifelines / lanyards / anchorage Specifications of a Fall Arrest System Horizontal and slope roof Fall Arrest System Retractable lifeline, Fall Arrest System Fall containment systems Connection devices and tie-off points Inspection and maintenance Rescue Training Requirements as per Ontario Public Health guidelines.  All participants are required to wear masks and maintain a 2 meter distance while attending training.

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  • Job Fit Program

    The Job Fit program helps adults and high school graduates with learning disabilities and/or ADHD explore interests, strengths, and areas of need. The program supports pursuing employment and asking for accommodations in the workplace. It ensures clients have a full understanding of their LD/ADHD and develops the client’s confidence to join the workforce. This program also explores post secondary options/requirements for entering the workforce after high school. Job Fit can be the bridge to help you close the gap between where you are today and where you want to be! This program has an open schedule, which means the sessions are scheduled on an individual basis depending on the client’s need. Please contact us for more information.

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  • Engineering Connections

    Engineering Connections program is designed to support internationally trained engineering professionals to succeed in the Canadian labour market. Program is designed and delivered in partnership with Seneca College and provides participants with important insights into Canadian workplace culture, engineering codes and standards, job search techniques and professional licensing in Ontario. Participants with CLB 7 or higher, Post-secondary education in Engineering, Permanent Residence, Convention Refugee, or Refugee Claimant with 1 year Canadian work permit, who lives in Ontario and minimum 1 year of experience in the engineering field from outside Canada are eligible to attend this free program. Next program is scheduled from 27 Sept. to 5 Nov, 2021.  This program is currently delivered online.

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  • S.E.T. Administration

    GTTI offers the S.E.T. Administration program to residents of York Region who are unemployed or under-employed.  During this program you will learn basic office administration skills to start a career in Administration.  You will gain your certificates in First Aid, WHMIS and AODA. You will also learn Microsoft Word, Excel, Outlook and Teams during this 5 week session.  Once the training is complete, the program helps you to become job ready.  You will learn soft skills and knowledge for customer service, conflict resolution, cannabis in the workplace, Worker Health and Safety just to mention a few.  Once you are trained our program coordinator will work with you on your resume, cover letter, and job search skills. The final step to the program is to prepare for the interview and how to perform during the interview to land that job.  With the assistance of our program coordinator and instructors you will learn the skills needed to be in the Administration field, how to prepare for employment and tying it all together so you can land that perfect job, all in just 5 week’s time!

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  • Skills Upgrading Program

    The Skills Upgrading program is a FREE* online training program that assists adults in York Region, Bradford, and some surrounding areas, improve their skills for employment, school, and life. Our versatile training program can be customized to your current skill level and educational goal. And, we have an open schedule for our training program, which means you can start whenever you’re ready and learn at your own pace. PLUS our online training is supported by our knowledgeable facilitators via phone, email, and LiveChat! Build your skills so you can carry out important day-to-day tasks, prepare to write the GED test (grade 12 equivalency), apply for post-secondary education, or gain skills for employment. Master basic computer skills, regardless of your current level of experience, using today’s most commonly used software. Improve your communication, organization, analytical skills, and more! Contact the centre for more details or apply online on our website. *eligibility conditions apply.

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  • Trades Connections - Construction Trades Project

    Program Components: 7 Week Program Delivered virtually with focus on York Region residents, newcomers and youth In person training delivered at Ontario Masonry Training Centre Industry-recognized certification in WHMIS, Forklift, Working at Heights, Propane, Handling, Elevated Work Platforms and Health & Safety Soft Skills Solutions training and certification Essential skills for construction trades delivered through online workshops and training modules Training selection tailored to client need and industry demand Information about apprenticeship pathways, and requirements for entering the construction sector Future skills training including creative problem solving, workplace communication, and growth mindset Info Session: Date: Tuesday, October 19th, 2021 | Time: 11:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. Date: Tuesday October 26th, 2021 | Time: 11:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. Next Trades Connections Program set to begin on November 1st, 2021

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