Marshall School of Skilled Trades and Apprenticeship

Join a workforce in demand

At the Marshall School for Skilled Trades & Apprenticeship you’ll get hands-on training in traditional skills that integrate emerging technologies. Learn from expert faculty about the trade that interests you, from construction and advanced manufacturing to electrical wiring, automotive service and more. Plus, you’ll get practical workplace experience. Mohawk also provides the in-school education component you need to become a qualified skilled trades journeyperson in Ontario.

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Gas and Oil Burner Technician 2 - 049 Available to International
Motive Power Fundamentals - 187 Available to International
Motive Power Technician - 446 Available to International
Power Engineering Techniques - 482 Available to International

 

Gerald Marshall

Gerald Marshall was a successful entrepreneur, active supporter and promoter of skilled trades, and highly respected community member. The Marshall Family honoured their father’s legacy by supporting Skilled Trades & Apprenticeship training at Mohawk College.

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Women in Skilled Trades & Technology

Mohawk College is committed to ensuring women interested in technology, skilled trades and apprenticeship programs have access to resources, training, and a supportive network to ensure they have the tools to succeed.

Women in Trades and Technology