The Ministry of Advanced Education and Skills Training sought feedback from the public and from Indigenous communities on how to support trades workers and employers during the implementation of skilled trades certification.
Individuals were invited to engage through a public survey, or through a series of professionally-led dialogues and roundtables. We heard from apprentices, trades workers, small to large employers, unions, and Indigenous partners, as well as with people who shared their own experiences as women, new Canadians and other groups that are vital to growing the trades workforce. These conversations included representation for both rural and urban communities.
June 11 to September 17, 2021
- Completed surveys: 868
- Attendees at Indigenous dialogue sessions: 54 participants
- Attendees at community dialogues: 113 participants
- Stakeholder meetings: More than 30
Input Leads to Action
Feedback from the online survey and virtual sessions helped government to shape the right supports and services to help people working in the 10 designated trades to successfully transition to skilled trades certification.
Read the reports:
Information Bulletin March 11, 2022: New act supports trades workers, apprentices