INDIGENOUS WOMEN IN TRADES
The Métis Nation of Ontario (MNO) is pleased to offer 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. The goal of this program is get more Indigenous women into the trades. Click here to view or download a program poster
Orientations events are being held in Owen Sound, Midland, and Barrie. Click on the links below for details:
This program provides training in the energy sector field on electrical techniques, welding techniques, and Industrial Maintenance Techniques. Following the in-class training participants will proceed to paid work placements with partners in the energy industry. Work placements will provide vital experience that will allow participants to continue on in the skilled trades and/or other employment.
Through this program participants will gain access to career counselling and resume support from the MNO and its partners. Through this program all eligible expenses are covered including tuition; books and supplies; safety equipment; living allowance; dependent care; and travel. The program is geared towards woman but is open to all Métis, First Nations, and Inuit people.
The Métis Nation of Ontario (MNO) is pleased to offer 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.
The next session will start in September of 2020.
CONTACT: To take part in the program or to find out more information please contact the MNO’s Project Coordinator Lisa Bellisle by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at 1-705 527-1228 Ext. 215.
Updated: February 28, 2020