VAUGHAN, ON, Feb. 26, 2018 /CNW/ - The Skilled Trades College of Canada is holding an open house Wednesday to officially launch its Residential Bricklaying Program which trains the province's future bricklayers. Five of the first 10 students are from Syria; all will be linked with a job at the end of the program as the province faces a shortage of bricklayers more than any other trade.
When: Wednesday, Feb. 28, 2018, 10 a.m. - 4 p.m. Lunch to be served.
Who: The Skilled Trades College of Canada. Ralph Cerasuolo, director, and Mike Di Donato, operations manager, and the students will be available for interviews.
What: A media day for the College's new masonry program showcasing the students' masonry skills as they build a brick wall in their lab space.
Where: 231 Rowntree Dairy Rd. (near Hwy. 7 and Weston Rd.), Vaughan, Ontario.
Why: This free program kicked off its first eight-week term in January, and the College wants more people to know about lucrative, new career opportunities. There is a large and growing demand for bricklayers to help build homes across the GTA and Ontario.
About the College
The Skilled Trades College of Canada is a MAESD-approved private career college that has served the GTA for 10 years with campuses in Vaughan and Mississauga. It is an industry leader in electrical, plumbing, general contracting and construction safety training, graduating more than 5,000 students in that time. The College recently launched the new Residential Bricklaying Program, funded by the Ontario Trillium Foundation, an Ontario government agency, in partnership with Human Endeavour, a Vaughan-based non-profit dedicated to providing opportunity to residents and new immigrants.
SOURCE Skilled Trades College of Canada
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