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, with a focus on women.

Click here to view or download a program poster.

Orientations events are being held in Owen Sound, Midland and Barrie. Click on the links before for details on each.

Owen Sound

Midland

Barrie

TRAINING PROVIDED IN AN ENERGY-SECTOR FIELD, SUCH AS BUT NOT LIMITED TO.

• Electrical Techniques

• Welding Techniques and

• Industrial Maintenance Techniques

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.

• 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
Ph:1-705 527-1228 ext 215
rachelleb@metisnation.org

or

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

Updated on: December 20, 2017