Apprenticeship Programs

What is an Apprenticeship Program?

An apprenticeship is someone who learns a skilled trade on the job, under the direction of more experienced workers. Apprentices also complete classroom instruction as a part of their training. Apprentices are employees, and earn a salary while they learn a skilled trade.

Finding Apprenticeship Programs

To become and apprentice, you must find an employer or sponsor who is willing to train you and engage in apprenticeship training. People who want to become apprentices usually apply directly to an employer or union.

The St. Lawrence College Job Board and the Service Canada Job Bank are a great place to browse current apprenticeship programs and job opportunities.

Apprenticeship Financial Assistance

Need financial help to get started in an apprenticeship? Review the list of programs and incentives through Employment Ontario.

Apprenticeship Office

Cornell Corporate Centre
299 Concession Street, Suite 201
Kingston, ON K7K 2B9 (Map)

Phone: (613) 548-1151
Toll-free Phone: 1-866-973-4043
Employment Ontario Hotline: 1-800-387-5656
[email protected]

For more information on apprenticeships, please visit the Employment Ontario website.

Apprenticeship Assistance with St. Lawrence College

More intensive assisted services may be available if you are unemployed and out of school. If you are interested in knowing more about these services, please complete the form below and one of our representatives will contact you.

Are you currently employed?
Are you currently enrolled as a student?