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After successful completion of their training, students can expect a Job Placement rate of approximately 90%. Our Member Colleges achieve this by:

  • Assisting with resume preparation.
  • Supplying job lists from various Job Search Sites
    (see below).
  • Using our industry contacts for job opportunities for the students.
  • Faxing or e-mailing resumes and correspondence with companies on the students’ behalf
  • Ensuring the students have the proper training and skills to be employable in the welding trade in the shortest time possible.

For information on Second Careers: www.secondcareerontario.com/web/second_career/

Sites where students can post their resume and look for
welding jobs

- www.canadiancareers.com
- www.canjobs.com
- www.careerbuilder.com
- www.careers.ca
- www.employmentnews.com
- www.hotjobs.ca (Yahoo)
- www.monster.ca
- http://www.working.com/ (National Post)
- www.workopolis.com (Globe & Mail)

Sites where students can get information on the job market:

- www.employmentnews.com
www.workingincanada.gc.ca (Government of Canada)
www.edu.gov.on.ca (Ministry of Education)
- www.tcu.gov.on.ca/eng/ (Ontario Ministry of Training, Colleges & Universities)

www.hrsdc.gc.ca (Human Resources and Skills Development Canada)
www.careerccc.org (Canadian Career Consortium)
www.skillscanada.com (Skills/Competences Canada)

Independent Learning Center - Information on welders aptitude, needed skills, specific duties and career path.
- www.ilc.org

 For more info, contact each Welding College individually.
Contact Info can be found on:  Member Colleges & Locations and Contact Us