BC apprenticeship talks today at GDI

The Industry Training Authority is hosting multiple regional consultations in cities across the province to talk about the creation of an innovation framework for trades training – and Mile Zero is part of the mix today.

ITA officials and partners - training institutions, employers, journeypersons, apprentices, the K-12 system, Indigenous groups and others involved in BC’s trades training and apprenticeship system are discussing how innovation and technology can be used to improve the effectiveness of trades training, including increasing the numbers of apprentices that complete their apprenticeship and achieve certification.

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The Industry Training Authority (ITA) leads and coordinates British Columbia’s skilled trades system. ITA works with employers, employees, industry, labour, training providers and government to issue credentials, supports apprenticeships, fund programs, set program standards and increase opportunities in the trades.


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