Marshall School of Skilled Trades & Apprenticeship

Join a workforce in-demand. With a number of Skilled Trades and Apprenticeship programs, Mohawk is one of Ontario’s largest Skilled Trades and Apprenticeship Colleges. Learn more below about joining a Skill Trade or Apprenticeship.

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Skilled Trades Certificate Programs

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Skilled Trades Diplomas

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Apprenticeships

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Marshall Family Supports Trades Programs at Mohawk

Apprenticeships

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Women in Trades

Skilled Trades can be a great route for young female graduates looking to ‘get out of the office’. With numerous opportunities available, the best man for the job… may be a woman! 

Learn more about Women in Trades and Continuing Education.

 

Mohawk College Student Phoebe
Courtesy of Stoney Creek News.

In the Spotlight

Read about Phoebe Hawkyard currently enrolled in the truck and coach apprenticeship program. Six years out of high school Phoebe has found her career match.

 

Shortages in skilled trades have forced industry to think differently about who they can attract, retain and promote within the skilled trades. This change of view has been able to provide an abundance of opportunities for women who are considering skilled trades careers.

Consider the Facts:

  1. Women working in the skilled trades is not new. During World War II, for example, women stepped in to perform the important jobs vacated by men who were fighting overseas.
  2. Jobs in the skilled trades offer wages above the average salary while providing an opportunity to “earn while you learn” through apprenticeship programs.
  3. Brute strength is not a requirement for skilled tradespeople. While there is certainly a physical component to most trades, technology has changed the nature of how work gets done.
  4. Women working in the trades typically report that they feel their work builds self-confidence, is gratifying, that it’s “fun to be at work” and great to “not be tied to a desk.”

Women in Trades

Interested in becoming a woman in skilled trades and have questions? Contact the Marshall School of Skilled Trades & Apprenticeship at 905-575-1212 ext. 5000 to get started.

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Awards and Scholarships

Awards and Scholarships

Mohawk College offers many different scholarships to its skilled trades and apprenticeship students. To review the scholarships available and apply, visit our Awards, Scholarships & Bursaries section in Financial Assistance.

Apprenticeship Incentive Grant (AIG)
A taxable cash grant of $1,000 per year or level, for a lifetime maximum amount of $2,000 per person.

Apprenticeship Incentive Grant for Women (AIG-W)
A taxable cash grant of $3,000 per year/level (or equivalent) up to a maximum amount of $6,000 per person.

Apprenticeship Completion Grant (ACG)
A one-time taxable cash grant lifetime amount of $2,000 per person for registered apprentices who complete their apprenticeship training and obtain their journeyperson certification.
For non Read Seal trades, review your eligibility for the Apprenticeship Completion Bonus. For more information, visit your local Ministry Office.

For full details about the available Apprenticeship Grants, your eligibility and how to apply, visit the Service Canada website.

 


Contact Us

Skilled Trades
Phone: 905-575-1212 ext. 5000

Apprenticeship
Phone: 905-575-2545
Phone Toll Free: 1-866-489-4054
apprenticeship@mohawkcollege.ca

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