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Skilled Trades Ontario seeks subject matter experts for apprenticeship standards

Skilled Trades Ontario seeks subject matter experts for apprenticeship standards

TORONTO – Skilled Trades Ontario is asking subject matter experts to help shape the future of apprenticeship by participating in developing standards and examinations.

This will ensure they continue to meet the needs of industry, apprentices and trades professionals in the province, Skilled Trades Ontario states in a release. The announcement was made at George Brown College in Toronto today.

Standards Industry Advisory Committees will be responsible for providing support to Skilled Trades Ontario as the agency develops or updates standards and examinations which could include reviewing examination content, skill competencies and learning outcomes.

Selected participants will have the opportunity to contribute their expertise through in-person or online workshops and online surveys.

In order to participate, experts working in their sector should have the following qualifications and skills: up-to-date, broad knowledge of their trade with specific technical knowledge or experience; flexibility and commitment to dedicate time and energy to the task at hand; an unbiased attitude; the ability to support Skilled Trades Ontario’s program development specialists; be responsiveness to requests; and possess communication skills.

“Ontario is internationally recognized for providing top-tier training and certification standards, following best practices and relying on expert advice,” said Melissa Young, CEO/Registrar with Skilled Trades Ontario, in a statement. “Today, we are building on that progress by inviting experts across the skilled trades to have their say as we work to ensure apprentices are trained to the highest standard and have the tools they need to succeed in today’s workforce.”

For more information or to fill out a form visit Ontario’s 2023 Standards Industry Advisory Committees – Skilled Trades Ontario.

The Daily Commercial News will have more on this story.

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