'YOUR ONE STOP SHOP' FOR ABORIGINAL APPRENTICESHIP

   

ACCESS Trades was established to increase training and apprenticeship opportunities in the urban Aboriginal community. Our services are specifically designed for men and women interested in entering into apprenticeship training and becoming certified in one of the trades.

ACCESS Trades works closely with the Industry Training Authority (ITA) of BC to provide Aboriginal apprentices with the training and support they need for success. We have established partnerships with government, training institutes, employers, trades organizations and community groups to provide our clients with industry certified training and connections to employment.

Three apprenticeship counsellors are on staff to assist apprentices throughout the full term of their apprenticeship. Our apprenticeship counsellors currently monitor the progress of almost 400 Aboriginal apprentices and Journey People in over thirty different trades.

A complete list of certified trades can be found at www.itabc.ca. If you need some advice contact one of our apprenticeship counsellors to discuss your options.

Don’t wait! Call us today at 604 922-4077.

 

 

 

TESTIMONIALS


David Fairleigh,
BCIT Boilermakers Foundation Program

NEW TRADES TRAINING PROGRAMS
Electrical Foundation
Piping Foundation
Metal Fabrication
Welding Level B
Sheet Metal Foundation
Machinist Foundation
For more information please visit our
Trades Training page.

 

 


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