This summer the College’s enforcement team helped educate tradespeople about safety and compliance with industry blitzes throughout the province. Read the full story in our Fall issue. Download now.
Past issues click here.
Skilled Trades Job Board (Pilot phase)HireWithConfidence.ca
is the College’s job bank website solely
dedicated to connecting trades-based apprentices, employers and certified journeypersons across Ontario.
Begin your search today!
Supporting a diverse and professional skilled trades workforce.
Proud to be one of Canada's Best Diversity Employers! Click here
to find out why.
Veterans and Trades
The College’s Trade Equivalency Assessment process makes it easier to transfer the valuable skills learned while in the Armed Forces, to a rewarding career in the civilian skilled trades. To watch the video and find out how to apply, click here
Ipsos Reid poll says public sees benefit of Public Register of skilled trades. Read More
To search the Public Register,
Protecting the Public
One of the main responsibilities of the Ontario College of Trades is to ensure that individuals performing the skills of a compulsory trade have the training and certification require to legally practise this trade in Ontario. To learn more about how the College is protecting you, click here.
to view the YouTube video!
Earn While You Learn
New dynamic youth-focused website that features inspirational videos and stories from apprentices and certified skilled trades professionals talking about what made them pursue a rewarding career in the trades. Discover the exciting ways you can ‘earn while you learn’ in one of Ontario’s 156 skilled trades. Click here
to check it out
Why Join the College
Members have a competitive edge – through the public register, consumers will be confident that the members they are dealing with are certified to high industry standards. Qualified tradespeople have worked hard for their credentials. As a College, we’ll protect and promote that competitive edge. Learn more
Trades in Ontario
The Ontario College of Trades currently regulates 156 skilled trades, of which 22 are compulsory, meaning only certified (licensed) workers, journeypersons, journeyperson candidates or registered apprentices can work in that trade.
To view the full listing of Trades in Ontario click here to Learn more