DATE: Wednesday, December 15, 2021.
PRESENTATION TIME: Begins at 9:00 am & concludes by 10:00 am.
LOCATION: Parkdale-Sherwood Lions Club, 46 Valley Street, Charlottetown (upstairs of Bingo Hall).
APPLICANT ELIGIBILITY REGUIREMENTS:
Skilled newcomers with a professional background in construction who are seeking to earn Canadian credentials in their field of training.
Newcomers with experience in construction trades who are seeking to successfully transition into a career in the island construction industry.
Living in Canada for less than 10 years & either a Canadian citizen, a permanent resident, or a refugee with a valid work permit.
A Canadian language benchmark placement test of 8 or higher.
Proof of Full Vaccination for Covid-19
KEY PROGRAM HIGHLIGHTS:·
8 week unpaid classroom component: Jan. 4th – February 25 ,2022
8 week paid work experience: February 28-April 22,2022· Connect with select professional associations—i.e. Engineers PEI, Architects Assoc. of PEI, CAPEI, etc.
Safety training certifications, 240 apprenticeship hours & free worksite PPE.
30 hours of instruction in the National Building Code of Canada for Residential Construction.
Project management presentations on blueprint reading, tendering & the PMP designation process.
Exclusive insight into PEI’s thriving construction industry, orientation to various construction trades via real world & virtual reality, employability skills, PEI’s work culture, worksite tours & more!
To apply for this program, please attend the information session with
your most recent resume, and proof of full vaccination (Program contact: email@example.com or 902-394-3361.) This
program is sponsored by the Construction Association of PEI and funded in whole
or in part by the Government of Canada.
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