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The Ontario Manufacturing Learning Centre (OMLC) is offering a number of programs aimed at youth ages 18-29.
- CNC Selection & Learning Program
- CNC Machinist Learning Program
- Structural Airframe Assembler Learning Program
In the CNC Selection & Learning program, youth are hired by manufacturing companies and are placed in 10-12 weeks of paid on-the-job training to become certified as a CNC Operator!
- Do you like making things?
- Are you good with details?
- Do you like working with your hands?
- Do you like using your brain and thinking?
- Are you ok with basic math – addition, subtraction, etc. ?
- Do you enjoy working relatively independently?
- Do you like having responsibility and being accountable for your work?
- Do you like physical activity at work?
- Do you prefer being busy all the time rather than having periods of inactivity?
- Do you prefer being on your feet, doing stuff, rather than sitting at a desk.
If you can answer YES to most of these questions, then being a CNC Operator could be a good job for you, and the start of a rewarding career in advanced manufacturing.
To learn more, visit the OMLC website by clicking here!
Also, LEC Employment Services may be able to provide additional supports. Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org to learn more!
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Are you interested in working for the Government of Canada?
Join us on Thursday, December 8th at 10:00 AM to learn about how to apply for jobs with Canada’s federal government from representatives of the Public Service Commission of Canada. This information session will be held at our office located in Suite 100 at 15 Gervais Drive (near Don Mills Road & Eglinton).
The Government of Canada gives priority in hiring to:
- Veterans of the Canadian Armed Forces
- Canadian citizens
This year, the Public Service Commission of Canada is making special outreach efforts to recruit aboriginals and disabled persons
Many of the currently available positions require English/French bilingualism and are outside the GTA.
If you are interested in learning more about working for the Government of Canada, please click here to register!