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Valuable Trade Education can be found through channels such as Ontario Colleges, Universities, Construction Trade Schools and Union Schools.     

To make an educated decision for your career goals the LDCA has listed here a few links to get you started down the right path.

 

Ontario Colleges

An educational institution designed for instruction, examination, or both, of students in many branches of learning, conferring diplomas in various faculties

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Ontario Universities

An educational institution designed for instruction, examination, or both, of students in many branches of advanced learning, conferring degrees in various faculties

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Construction Trade Schools

A trade school, also known as a technical school or a vocational school, is an educational institution that exists to teach skills related to a specific job

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Ontario Union Schools

NAUSC

Mission: To provide a national strategy for a comprehensive professional development program to include training for every working member, business and training representative in our organization to include Apprenticeship, Safety, Education, Post Journey, Computer training courses and Specialty Training programs to every classification of worker we represent in the building trades construction industry.

 

Continuing Education

Education provided for adults after they have left the formal education system, consisting typically of short or part-time courses.

 


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