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Your hands on the future 

First program of its kind in the Peel Region 

The Regional Skilled Trades program is a new, hands-on Regional Learning Choices Program (RLCP) which focuses on experiential learning to prepare students for apprenticeship and college pathways. The Regional S​​killed Trades program will prepare students for opportunities to meet labour force demands locally, regionally and provincially.

 

The program provides experiential learning and career exploration opportunities, as well as opportunities to develop hands-on skills required for success in college, apprenticeships and the workplace.

 

Regional Skilled Trades is open to all students entering grade 9 in September 2020. 

We're now accepting applications


Click here to apply​


 

Judith Nyman currently offers a unique facility featuring 12 specialized technological education shops in areas including: automotive, welding, construction, cosmetology, greenhouse, a restaurant, and hospitality kitchens, all containing industry-standard equipment. Core subjects are offered at the applied level.

 

To learn more about the RLCP application process and important dates, visit www.peelschools.org/regionalprograms

 

Specialize in a trades sector 

Students can choose to specialize from a list of trades preparation courses including: 

  • construction technology
  • personal services
  • hospitality
  • transportation technology 

FACT: After completing their apprenticeships, skilled trade workers will graduate with zero student debt and earn $25/hour to start. 


Partnerships with colleges 

Judith Nyman has partnerships with several colleges including: Centennial, Conestoga, Humber, Mohawk, Niagara and Sheridan. This program provides experiential learning and career exploration opportunities, as well as opportunities to develop hands-on skills required for success in college, apprenticeships and the workplace.​


Work closely with industry partners  

​To ensure a smooth transition after the completion of the program, Judith Nyman works closely with many industry partners including:

  • Landscape Ontario
  • LiUNA
  • OYAP
  • Skills Ontario

FACT: Colleges Ontario forecasts that by 2030 the province will face a skilled trades shortage of more than 500,000 workers.  


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To learn more about the program or to book a tour of the facility, call 905-791-6770. 
 
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