CAF-FCA publishes several newsletters per year. Apprenticeship Intelligence, a monthly member-only publication, keeps our members informed about CAF-FCA’s projects, research and activities. Apprenticeship News is available quarterly to the apprenticeship community at large — reaching more 6,000 stakeholders with updates from across Canada and around the world. Apprenticeship Pays is published three times a year, offering customized content and resources developed for skilled trades employers.
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September 7, 2022
Demand for National Leadership Program for Women in Skilled Trades has program administrators already looking to expand the training platform.
June 1, 2022
A new federal Apprenticeship Service is being launched to help small and medium-sized employers (SMEs) overcome barriers in order to hire and provide training opportunities for first-year apprentices.
September 20, 2022
The Canadian Apprenticeship Forum (CAF-FCA) and its partners – the Canadian Construction Association, Aboriginal Apprenticeship Board, Apprenticesearch.com, BuildForce Canada and SkillPlan have launched their Canadian Apprenticeship Service program, distributing grants...
September 22, 2022
The Canadian Apprenticeship Forum (CAF-FCA) is pleased to announce the appointment of Rebecca Kragnes, RSE, as the Chair of its Board of Directors. Rebecca is the Indigenous Business Relations Manager...
September 6, 2022
The first cohort of the National Leadership Program for Women in the Skilled Trades has been launched. Eighteen apprentice tradeswomen will participate in the inaugural program developed in partnership with...
The Canadian Apprenticeship Forum (CAF-FCA) has published a first of its kind, National Strategy for Supporting Women in Trades. In 2019, CAF-FCA led a task force of more than 60
November 26, 2021
A perfect storm may be brewing in Canada’s construction industry as apprenticeship registrations have declined significantly due to COVID-19 and many journeypersons are set to retire which could lead to...