Mastering the Trades: Comprehensive Skills Trade Programs

Try a Trade

This program allows individuals to explore various trades through a day of hands-on experience under the guidance of a trainer. Participants will gain a greater understanding of each trade, empowering them to make informed career decisions.
Informed Decision Making: Allows individuals to experience different trades before committing to a career path, reducing the likelihood of job dissatisfaction later on.
Exposure to Multiple Trades: Provides a broader perspective on the trades industry and the variety of skills involved
Skills Introduction: Provides initial exposure to the fundamental skills involved in each trade, which can be built upon if they choose to pursue that path further.

Trade Evaluation

An opportunity for potential apprentices to demonstrate their skills and knowledge in a practical setting. This can be used as a method of pre-apprenticeship assessment or for individuals seeking Red Seal certification.
Assessment Accuracy: Allows for a practical, hands-on evaluation of an individual's trade skills, providing a more accurate reflection of their capabilities.
Preparation for Certification: Provides candidates with a realistic experience of what to expect in a Red Seal examination.
Identification of Skill Gaps: Helps to identify areas for improvement, providing a clear direction for further training or study.

Trade Training

Comprehensive training courses for various trades that align with Red Seal standards. This could include introductory courses, advanced skills training, or targeted workshops.
Comprehensive Skill Acquisition: Offers in-depth, hands-on training in specific trades, enabling participants to develop a comprehensive set of skills.
Industry Standard Training: Aligns with Red Seal standards, preparing participants for certification and industry employment.
Professional Development: Provides opportunities for continuous learning and upskilling, essential for career advancement in the trades industry.

Trade Entrepreneurs

For entrepreneurs entering the trade sector, having access to high-quality facilities can significantly aid in their business development. This could include use of the facilities for product development, pilot projects, or small-scale production.
Facility Access: Offers entrepreneurs access to professional-grade facilities for business development and product creation.
Networking Opportunities: Provides a platform for entrepreneurs to connect with industry professionals, potential mentors, and peers.
Business Development Support: Offers targeted workshops and courses to enhance business skills alongside trade skills.

Trade Workshops

Short, targeted workshops focusing on specific skills or topics within each trade. This could include new techniques, safety procedures, or industry updates.
Focused Learning: Allows for concentrated learning on a specific skill or topic, enhancing expertise in that area.
Continued Professional Development: Provides opportunities for continuous learning and upskilling, keeping professionals current in their field.
Flexibility: Short, targeted workshops can fit into busy schedules, providing learning opportunities for those who may not be able to commit to a full training course.