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Success stories

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  • Employers
    We are constructing buildings that are not only suitable for our wet climate but also aligned with the cultural needs of the Nuxalk Nation: open-concept houses that enable people to gather in a social
  • Employers
    We are looking to hire people who match with our key values and we always want to know if they are interested in pursuing an apprenticeship.
  • Employers
    We did not get here without somebody else training us. It's just necessary in our beliefs to continue our art form and industry.
  • Employers
    We find that by offering really valid training opportunities, we are getting better trained and skilled staff. In turn, our menu and quality of food is increasing all the time.
  • Employers
    Having a good apprentice with me has really changed my company. For me as an employer, it is great as we can be more competitive in the industry.
  • Employers
    We hire apprentices to help young people get a good start in their careers and establish a great workforce in our company. A lot of our management staff were previously apprentices here.
  • Employers
    We hire apprentices because we think that is the future of our organization.
  • Employers
    Trev Deeley motorcycles gave me the opportunity to come to work and be excited everyday to learn something new. Now I get to pay it back to all of the apprentices we have hired as a mentor.
  • Employers
    Inlailawatash (pronounced In-lay-le-wa-tosh) is a First Nations business that was established in 2004 as an independent company responsible for managing the forestry needs of the Tsleil-Waututh Nation
  • Employers
    We believe that trades training is very important because it formalizes the relationship between an employee and their trade.
  • Employers
    The three year Culinary Apprenticeship Program was established by Robert LeCrom, now a retired Executive Chef from the Fairmont Hotel Vancouver, when he realized that there was a growing shortage of R
  • Employers
    There are many benefits to having an apprentice. One of them is the ability to train your own mechanic.
  • Employers
    We've found that the best training we can give and the best worker we can get is through the apprenticeships offered by ITA.
  • Employers
    One of our apprentices was hired on as a Machinist apprentice and was interested in the Millwright trade as well.
  • Employers
    Ashley is a 2nd year Heavy Duty Equipment Technician apprentice. When a posting came up for an apprenticeship she applied and was the successful candidate.
  • Employers
    I think it's important to have apprentices in the business, they are the future, they are going to help your growth.
  • Employers
    More often than not, the apprentices are coming to Seaspan and actually teaching us about the work and our equipment.
  • Employers
    We give our apprentices the chance to work on a variety of work, rather than focusing on one area. People come here because they see the opportunity for them to grow in their trade.
  • Employers
    Make sure you find someone who is career minded and in it for the long haul. Teach train and mentor them until them become more skilled than you!
  • Employers
    We have a sponsorship program where we indenture apprentices in Carpentry, Plumbing, and Electrical and pay for their tuition and their registration fee.
  • Employers
    They bring fresh ideas that help to evolve my business and are full of energy with an attitude to learn.
  • Employers
    It is always difficult to find the right skilled people for our business. We needed to start training employees in house and the best way to do that was through an apprenticeship.
  • Employers
    Without them we cannot run our business. As good as our team is on the counters, sales, management etc, none of it can happen without the techs in the shop.
  • Employers
    There are many reasons apprentices help my business. They are extremely motivated to come to work every day and learn new things; they have an end goal in sight, the Red Seal.
  • Employers
    Apprentices make for great employees as they are eager to learn and have a lot of pride in their work. They are flexible and open to learn new things.
  • Employers
    I like to see people come into our workplace and learn and grow as an employee. There is a lot of pride in providing career opportunities to apprentices.

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The Champions of Apprenticeship are recognized for their outstanding achievements in BC apprenticeship system. These Champions are celebrated for their hard work in creating certified tradesworkers, supporting their industry and promoting apprenticeship. Do you know an outstanding employer sponsor or apprentice? Send us an email and nominate them to become a Champion of Apprenticeship!

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