For most music fans, the opportunity to get backstage at a concert is nothing short of a fantasy.
Did you know this very thing is happening for tradespeople in Ontario? That type of fantasy is their career.
Concerts and rock stars may not be the first thing that comes to mind when thinking about the skilled trades. The reality, however, is that when it comes to preparing for shows the skilled trades play an essential role, whether it is general carpenters working on set design and stage build, or a chef preparing catered meals for the artists.
The Ontario College of Trades is here to modernize the skilled trades and give a voice to tradespeople, allowing them to shape the decisions that impact their trade.
Opportunities in skilled trades apprenticeships;
- Earn wages while you learn.
- Work with your hands.
- Move into training or management.
You might be surprised where a skilled trades career can take you. There are 156 skilled trades in Ontario. Those with the right skills and the right attitude can expect to have an interesting and well-paying career ahead of them.
More information, as well as how to begin an apprenticeship in Ontario, is available at www.earnwhileyoulearn.ca.