Published on December 28th, 2015

Breaking it Down: Dialogues on Removing Barriers for People With Disabilities in the Workplace

December 28th, 2015; By NEADS

The National Educational Association of Disabled Students (NEADS) invites post-secondary students and graduates with disabilities, career educators and representatives from federally regulated private sector employers to a one day innovative […]

The Abilities Connect Fund: Grants for Hiring and Accommodating People with Disabilities in Ontario

December 28th, 2015; By NEADS

The Abilities Connect Fund offers grants for hiring and accommodating people with disabilities. Are you a business or not-for-profit organization that employs between five to 500 people? If so, through […]

NEADS Event Calendar: January 2016

December 28th, 2015; By NEADS

Event Calendar listings from www.neads.ca –  Vist NEADS.ca for more information on upcoming events! Organizer: Canadian Council on Rehabilitation and Work (CCRW) Title: Workplace Essential Skills Partnership (WESP) Workshop Category: […]

De-Myth-tifying Skilled Trades

December 28th, 2015; By kyla palin

You hear it all the time. To get a good job, you need to get a degree from a University and that those who cannot get into a school have […]

Job Shadowing for a Day with a Skilled Trade

December 28th, 2015; By Meghan Brown

So, you are getting close to the end of your schooling, and you have decided to go into one of the skilled trades for your career. You may even already […]

Career Profile: Locksmith

December 28th, 2015; By Susan Huebert

Locks and keys have been around for thousands of years, almost as long as people have had belongings they wanted to protect. Ancient Egyptians and Assyrians had locks, and many […]

Red Seal Trades Certification

December 28th, 2015; By Patrick Start

Red Seal Trades Certification; what does it mean? Obtaining a Red Seal Endorsement is a process in which trade apprentices take the provincial Red Seal exam in order to become […]