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WBLC Develops Technical Training Effectiveness Workshop

WBLC Develops Technical Training Effectiveness Workshop

Using rapid upskilling and reskilling, Work-Based Learning (WBL) programs help diverse job seekers – especially those in underrepresented groups such as women and new Canadians – to find or transition to in-demand skilled jobs in industrial sectors.

Happy Holidays

Happy Holidays

Wishing all our partners, companies that work with us, and trainees a very happy 2021 holiday season.

Congratulations Harry Garoian – Mold Maintenance Technician

Congratulations Harry Garoian – Mold Maintenance Technician

Harry Garoian is the first graduate to have completed the Mold Maintenance Technician [Level 1] Training Program. The program helps job seekers learn in-demand skills, get paid on-the-job training, which leads to great stable jobs at Canadian advanced manufacturing companies.

Meet The WBLC

Meet The WBLC

The Work-Based Learning Consortium (WBLC) has been established as the not-for-profit, federally incorporated organization to design and deliver work-based learning and certification programs.  These programs began under the banner of the Ontario Manufacturing Learning Consortium.

CNC Machinist Level 1 – Hiring for Spring 2018

CNC Machinist Level 1 – Hiring for Spring 2018

We are currently recruiting for the OMLC Selection & Learning Program for CNC Machinists and CNC Operators to work at manufacturing companies in the Greater Toronto Area, Kitchener / Waterloo, Cambridge and Guelph areas.

CNC Machinists and Operators – Hiring For Fall 2016

CNC Machinists and Operators – Hiring For Fall 2016

We are currently recruiting for the OMLC Selection & Learning Program for CNC Machinists and CNC Operators to work at manufacturing companies in the Greater Toronto Area, Kitchener / Waterloo, Cambridge and Guelph areas.

Changing Perceptions

Changing Perceptions

For several years, people have been seeing headlines about the decline of manufacturing. While many perceive that manufacturing has been in decline in Ontario, that’s not necessarily the case in all areas. Many with advanced manufacturing needs are growing. In fact, there is a shortage of CNC Machinists to meet the needs of Ontario manufacturers.