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Apprenticeship Subject Path​​ways

Apprenticeship Subject Pathways will assist students and parents to determine which 
English, Mathematics and Science courses would be most beneficial for the apprenticeship pathway after graduation.  These pathways were developed by the Ministry of Training, Colleges and Universities, with the learning expectations that are outlined in the Ontario Secondary School Curriculum policy documents for English, Mathematics and Science.
Explore your possibilities by visiting Canadian Apprenticeship Forum at

How do I become an Apprentice

When a student wants to be an apprentice, and has found a training sponsor or employer willig to engage in apprenticeship training, either the student or the training sponsor or employer must contact the local apprenticeship office.  A training consultant will arrange a meeting at the workplace to assess the ability of the training sponsor or employer to train, assess the person, prepare the training agreement or contract and initiate the training.

For more information go to: Start an Apprenticeship​

Apprenticeship O​ffice​

For further information call

625 Church St. 3rd Floor Toronto
Office Hours:  Monday to Friday   8:30 am - 5:00 pm