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Choose a Career Path [Aboriginal Construction Careers]

Publisher: 
Construction Sector Council
Year of publication: 
2012

In construction, there’s a career to suit practically everyone.

Apprenticeship [Aboriginal Construction Careers]

Publisher: 
Construction Sector Council
Year of publication: 
2012

Apprenticeship is a way to learn job skills while you work and earn good wages. It combines classroom study with on-the-job experience that lets you earn while you learn a skilled trade. An apprenticeship program leads to professional certification as a journeyperson.

Getting Started [Aboriginal Construction Careers]

Publisher: 
Construction Sector Council
Year of publication: 
2012

If you’re interested in becoming an apprentice, check out the Canadian Apprenticeship Forum (CAF), a not-for-profit organization that promotes and supports the apprenticeship training and education systems in Canada.

Pick a Career [Aboriginal Construction Careers]

Publisher: 
Construction Sector Council
Year of publication: 
2012

Are you bright? Ambitious? Energetic? Creative? Then the construction industry has something for you! Choose from dozens of trades and occupations. Whether you decide to become a skilled construction worker or a manager, you can earn up to six figures annually.

Job Market [Aboriginal Construction Careers]

Publisher: 
Construction Sector Council
Year of publication: 
2012

Current economic conditions have slowed growth, but construction is expected to continue to outperform other industries. Governments’ fiscal stimulus is a key driver in 2011. As economic conditions improve, industry will see the return of private investment as postponed projects are resumed and new major construction projects are announced. As well, many workers are nearing retirement – so the odds are good that the demand for skilled construction workers will remain high.

Inside the Industry [Aboriginal Construction Careers]

Publisher: 
Construction Sector Council
Year of publication: 
2012

As a skilled construction worker, you could help build homes, offices, schools, bridges, roads, factories or shopping malls and be part of a $168 billion industry that represents 13% of Canada’s economy.

Test Your Construction IQ [Aboriginal Construction Careers]

Publisher: 
Construction Sector Council
Year of publication: 
2012

Construction IQ assessment.

Towers. Bridges. Factories. Homes. Everywhere You Look, People are Building [Aboriginal Construction Careers]

Publisher: 
Construction Sector Council
Year of publication: 
2012

Construction careers are cool. The demand is high. The wages are great and you can earn while you learn. If you think it's all about hammering nails and pouring cement, think again. Construction is a $130-billion industry that accounts for more than 12% of Canada's economy. It needs creative, skilled and competitive people in every part of the country. It needs people like you!

Aboriginals in Construction: Awareness, Access, Action [Aboriginal Construction Careers]

Publisher: 
Construction Sector Council
Year of publication: 
2012

Do you want to improve your awareness of the construction industry? Do you want to access construction jobs for your clients? Do you want to take action?

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