Apprenticeship Programs

Earn While You Learn

It's Not All Bricks and Mortar

Your hands are important, but apprenticeships are about more than that. You'll have to put your mind to work to solve problems, troubleshoot, calculate measurements, loads and angles and master theories.

If you're ready to work and want to combine training with earning power, consider an apprenticeship where you mix workplace-based training under the direction of experienced workers with shorter lengths of classroom or online training. 

View the full list of apprenticeship programs by sector.

How to Apply

Step 1: Find an employer who will support you in your apprenticeship training. 
Employment Ontario can help you with your job search and there are online tools including the Ontario Job Bank.

Step 2: The employer must register the apprentice with:

Ministry of Training, Colleges and Universities
Apprenticeship/Client Services
72-1200 Commissioners Road East 
London, ON N5Z 4R3
Tel: 519.675.7788

Step 3: Find out more about how the process works and how to get started.

Step 4: For any questions not answered above, please contact:

For general information about apprenticeship or employer enquiries contact: 

Karen Kloibhofer
Skilled Trades & Apprenticeship Consultant
Phone: (519) 452-4430 ext. 3955
Fax: (519) 453-0996


For questions regarding schooling (day, block or PT scheduling) contact: 

Nancy Schiestel
School of Transportation Technology
Phone: (519) 452-4450
Fax: (519) 453-0996

Located at the Centre for Applied Transportation Technologies
Z Building, 1764 Oxford Street East, London, Ontario

Employment Ontario
This Employment Ontario program is funded in part by the Government of Canada.