Obtaining training certificates may be the competitive advantage you need to get the job. They are also a great way to add qualifications to your resume.
The following courses are all computer based. Basic computer knowlege is required.
New Training at EH!
Build your resume and show an employer that you have already completed Ontario's AODA Accessibility Standard for Customer Service training.
WHMIS is a short form for Workplace Hazardous Materials Information System. It is a comprehensive plan for providing information on the safe use of hazardous materials used in Canadian workplaces. Information is provided by means of product labels, material safety data sheets (MSDS) and worker education programs.
If you are looking for a job in the food or beverage industry,
Smart Serve is a must!
We offer NORCAT’s customer service program which introduces potential customer service representatives to the fundamentals of customer service.
Passport to Safety Test 101 Test
If you’re new to the workforce, you may not know how to keep yourself safe in the workplace.
Unfortunately, an average of 42 young workers are injured on the job every day in Ontario. The Passport to Safety 101 Test will help prepare you for workplace and job-specific training.
By taking this test you will become
Come in and take the test in our Resource Centre or call Titi at 905-521-9032 to find out how you can take the test wherever you have internet access.
However you choose to take the test, it's free and you'll get a certificate that you can add to your resume!
What is Second Career?
Second Career provides laid-off workers with:
Second Career is a cost-sharing grant provided on the basis of need, so you may be asked to contribute what you can to your training or education.
Second Career provides up to $28,000 for:
Additional support may be available to accommodate the needs of people with disabilities, dependant care, costs of living away from home and academic upgrading.
Is Second Career Right for me?
Second Career provides help to laid-off workers in need who will benefit most from training to find work. Several factors are considered when determining who will receive funding.
We will help applicants based on their:
|This Employment Ontario service is funded in part by the Government of Canada and the Government of Ontario.|
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