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Highlights of the Canadian Apprenticeship Forum’s work over the last year.

Highlights of the Canadian Apprenticeship Forum’s work over the last year.

High School to Apprenticeship Transition: Identifying and Sharing Best Practices

When this research was completed, the use of temporary foreign workers was not found to have had a significant impact on apprenticeship training.

National Apprenticeship Survey data analysis and apprentice perspectives on challenges and solutions are shared.

Countering the concern that apprenticeship training is a considerable cost to employers, this report analyzes the costs and benefits of training.

If persons with disabilities receive training and supports, they can make a valuable contribution to Canada’s skilled trades workplaces.

Many Canadian employers are unaware of how apprenticeship training can improve their bottom line. Engaged employers discussed how to spread the word.