In recent years, many companies have started using apprenticeships to train workers in their fields, hoping to lure more workers into the industry.
In the U.S., apprenticeships have increased to more than 20 million workers, from around 7.6 million a decade ago.
However, there’s no consensus on which skills should count toward an apprenticeships goal.
What is an apprentices’ certificate?
The term “academy certificate” was coined in the U-S to describe a certification that can help train workers for the job of a certain level, such as a mechanic or engineer.
In Canada, the term is a bit more technical, as “certificate of competency” refers to the type of certification required to become an apprentice.
For example, if you’re an electrician or electrician apprentice, you’ll need to have passed the Ontario Electrician and Fire Safety Certificate (OEFS) and the Ontario Safety Certificate.
It’s the Ontario certification that gives you the right to work in an electrical utility, and the certification that is often required for the more formal apprenticeships, such to get into an engineering apprenticeship.
But there are no specific standards for how an apprentices certificate should be graded, or whether it’s worth the effort.
Which skills are apprenticeships worth?
The Ontario apprenticeship system is fairly well known and accepted by the country’s employers.
For most of Canada’s history, apprenticeships were relatively inexpensive, but they’ve become more expensive over time.
They are also subject to many more regulations and restrictions than traditional apprenticeships.
As of October 2018, an apprentice can earn between $40,000 and $75,000, depending on where they live and the type they’re pursuing.
An apprenticeship also doesn’t always require the same experience as a traditional apprenticeship, but it does provide training that is more specialized.
An example of that is a master builder who needs to complete a full apprenticeship to work for a major engineering firm.
In addition, some apprenticeships require that the person holding the position be a full-time student.
For this reason, it can be very expensive to train an apprentice to a specific level.
How many apprenticeships are there?
There are currently more than 70,000 full- and part-time apprentices in Ontario, according to the Canadian Federation of Independent Business.
That’s an increase of about 20% over the past 10 years, according a 2015 study by the Ontario Ministry of Training, Colleges and Universities.
However: In 2015, the government only gave apprenticeships a one-year pilot program and it’s been less than a year since that.
And in 2018, the Ministry of Labour was still considering expanding apprenticeships into full- or part- time positions.
In 2018, there are also about 3,000 apprenticeships in Ontario that are not officially recognized by the province.
If you’re looking to join one of these programs, it’s important to know what they look like.
For an online search on apprenticeships and training in Ontario go to www.oc.ca/abroad.
Are there different types of apprenticeships?
There’s no set number of apprentices who can be trained for each type of apprenticeship program.
There are also varying types of training that are offered in each apprenticeship or apprenticeship certification program.
For a more detailed look at different types, please see our guide to Ontario’s apprenticeship and training system.
How much does it cost?
For an apprentice or a full‑time trainee to be considered for an apprentices apprenticeship with the province, they must be working in a position where they have to make decisions about their own hours, pay, and working conditions, among other things.
However it’s not always possible to get that type of information from the employer.
There’s also the matter of cost.
If an apprentice needs to pay for their own training, they can often be expected to pay their own tuition, fees, and transportation.
What types of employers offer apprenticeships for training?
The most popular type of training offered in Ontario is called an “automotive” apprenticeship that has been around since the 1950s.
While it’s known for its high quality of training and experience, it is not for everyone.
The training for automotive apprenticeships is offered by several different companies.
For some, it involves a degree in computer technology.
For others, it requires only basic computer skills.
Many of these companies also offer apprenticeship programs that are open to the public.
What happens if an apprentice gets laid off?
An apprentice who is laid off due to a change in the province’s labour laws can appeal against the decision to the provincial court, which can take up to six months to process.
If the appeal is successful, the employer has to pay back any lost wages.
Some employers also have to pay the apprentice back through a payroll deduction or tax.
This means an apprentice who leaves a job and then later gets a job back may have to file for unemployment benefits, which the employer must pay back.
If this happens,