We are huge advocates of the Trades and for very good reason.
According to the Canadian Apprenticeship Forum, an average of around 75,000 new apprentices will need to be hired per year in the next five years in order to meet the demand for skilled journeypersons in Red Seal trades.
Today our owners of ProResults Plumbing Rod and Elizabeth Novoa were yet again invited to Host a Q&A to the Plumbing Students at the Skilled Trades campus of Mohawk College in Stoney Creek, Hamilton.
Rod and Elizabeth spoke about their journey to growth, helpful tips on how to seek employment and the in’s and out’s of the Apprenticeship process. Providing encouragement to the students and a contact for future support.
“The skilled trades offer diverse and rewarding careers, but unfortunately these jobs are sometimes seen as less valuable by Canadians. That could not be further from the truth. I am happy to have participated in the development of this campaign that is making trades more relatable and reminding Canadians of all ages that working in the trades can lead to in-demand and well-paying jobs.”
– Chief Executive Officer and Founder of Freshco