MNO Employment and Energy Project

INDIGENOUS WOMEN IN TRADES

The Métis Nation of Ontario (MNO) is offering a fully funded eight-month training program with an eight-week work placement in Pre-Trades for the energy industry for Ontario self-identified Indigenous participants.

Click here to view or download a program poster.

TRAINING PROVIDED IN ONE OF THE FOLLOWING:

• Electrical Techniques

• Welding Techniques and

• Industrial Maintenance Techniques

In-class training takes place at Georgian College campus in Midland or Owen Sound. Following in-class training participants proceed to paid work placements with partners

in the energy industry. Work placements will provide the vital experience to continue on in skilled trades and/or other employment.

THIS GREAT OPPORTUNITY INCLUDES:

• Career counselling and resume support from the MNO and its partners.

• Expenses eligible for coverage include: tuition; books and supplies; safety equipment; living allowances; dependent care and travel.

• Housing for clients from out of town will be available upon request.

• Training is open to Métis, First Nations and Inuit people, with a focus on women

The next session will start in September 2018.

For more information please contact:

Rachelle Brunelle-McColl
MNO Project Coordinator
1-705 527-1228 ext 215
rachelleb@metisnation.org

or

Jackie Lachnit
MNO Employment Developer
Ph: 705-474-2767 ext: 313
jackiel@metisnation.org

Posted: October 26, 2017