CTS Micro-certs is a new offering for those looking to enhance their skills in industry-specific fields. Each consists of 100 hours of training delivered as smaller courses that stack together to create the micro-certification. These competency-based courses are relevant to individuals’ job responsibilities, roles, and capabilities.
Upon successful completion, participants receive a digital badge per course and an electronic Fanshawe CTS Certification of Completion that can be shared on social media platforms.
Essential Skills for Truck Drivers
The Essential Skills for Truck Drivers program is a micro-credential designed to help drivers recognize the foundational skills and knowledge required for further training in the truck driving industry. This unique program also provides students with a unique prospective to gain exposure to career opportunities within industry. Program participants have the opportunity to upskill, gain exposure and prepare for career opportunities within the automotive, agriculture and advanced manufacturing industries. The 100 hour online program focusses on professional communication, distracted driving, e-logs device, driver wellness & road safety, and border crossing. Upon successful completion of all five modules, participants will receive a milestone e-badge, e-certificate and a Certificate of Completion from CTS to recognize the skills attained by the participants and industry standard for essential skills for truck drivers that both employers and the industry deem valid. This project is funded in part by the Government of Canada and the Government of Ontario.
Window and Door Installer Program
The Window and Door Installer Program is an industry-recognized training program for the window and door installation sector for Ontario and is the first program to be offered in Canada! The program addresses quality workmanship and sector standards within the industry that will lead to increased skilled employees in the construction trades. This 150 hour program is delivered by industry-trained professionals and focusses on replacement and service techniques for a variety of window and door styles; interpersonal, problem solving and customer service skills; precision work with specialized tools and equipment while practicing and refining job skills in carpentry, measurement, installation, removal, sealing and finishing. Students will also explore the industry outside the classroom with on-site visits to employers, manufacturers and retailers. Upon successful completion of the program, participants will receive Working at Heights Certification and a Certificate of Completion from CTS to recognize the skills attained by the participants and industry standard for window and door installers that both employers and the industry deem valid. This project is funded in part by the Government of Canada and the Government of Ontario.