We are open again for apprenticeship training with preventative COVID-19 protocols in place, including mandatory pre-screening questionnaire, use of face covering/surgical type masks, sanitizing/cleaning hands and surfaces, extended washroom facilities, and reduced class sizes.
If you’re wondering if a career in a construction trade might be for you but don’t have the skills or experience, why not apply for one of our pre-apprenticeship training programs and try it out? We offer programs for Architectural Glass and Metal Technician (Glazier) and Industrial Painter.
It’s free – textbooks, safety equipment and tools are provided at no cost to you.
The 15 weeks of in-class training will be starting shortly after the COVID-19 state of emergency has been lifted. These programs are available at 3 of our locations, Toronto and Ottawa for Glazier and Ancaster for Industrial Painter.
The 15 weeks in-class training include:
The Pre-apprenticeship programs includes a possible 8 week paid job placement at the conclusion of the 15 weeks of in-class training.
These programs are for youth or adults who:
By calling our office in Toronto at (416) 635-7300 or Ottawa (613) 228-5222 or email through this website on the "MORE" tab and click on "Contact Us".
FTI Ontario is an approved Training Partner for IHSA Working at Heights training course. This approved course meets the requirements of the Working at Heights Training Standard released by the Prevention Office of the Ontario Ministry of Labour and is valid for a 3 year period. We will issue a temporary card at the time of successfully completing the training program.
Your WAH training card is issued by the Ministry Of Labour through SkillsPass website. To create your profile and access your WAH training card/information go to https://cms.bluedrop.io/client/mol-link-account/
We offer the Working at Heights Refresher course to members that have previously taken a Ministry approved working at heights training course from an approved vendor. In order to attend refresher training it is mandatory for you to prove you have previously taken the WAH training course. This can be accomplished by providing your MOL issued card or be able to provide your ID number from the MOL issued card to FTI Ontario.