There are numerous benefits to joining our apprenticeship program including hands-on learning, meeting new people with similar interests, learning while earning and further discovering your interests in the trade. We hire apprentices from the ICI sector and local students interested in engaging in an apprenticeship program with the Toronto District School Board (TDSB). At the Maintenance Construction and Skilled Trades Council, we assist students by helping them get started with the right affiliate. They then attend school three different times over the course of their program for eight weeks at a time, this is the in-class portion of the program. The whole program runs for approximately 5-6 years. Currently, we have 20 apprentices working at the TDSB. We are available to assist you in any further inquiries you may have.


List of Trades

-Electrician

-Air Conditioning Mechanic

-Sheet Metal Mechanic

-Control Technician (electronic and Pneumatic)

-Electronic Repair Technician (Computer, Audio, Visual)

-Insulation Mechanic

-Locksmith

-Plumber

-Gas Fitter

-Steam Fitter

-Millwright / Machine Repair

-Refrigeration Mechanic

-Glazier

-Carpenter / Joiner


Inspiring Next Generation of Trades Persons


Job Shadowing Program 2014

Friday, March 28, 2014 – Students from the Toronto District School Board (TDSB) are extremely excited about the new Job Shadowing initiative with the Maintenance, Construction and Skilled Trades Council (MCSTC). Thanks to Director Donna Quam and our Trustees, these…

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Trades Council Furniture-Making Shop at Westview Centennial

Friday, Sept. 27, 2013 – Young adults through Westview Centennial,were given the opportunity to gain practical experience with wood working. Trades Council employees, Pat Mealiffe and Gilbert Drane, worked closely with these kids in order to successfully build furniture for…

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