For general inquiries, media enquiries and Apprenticeship Network events, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
For answers to specific apprenticeship questions, please contact one of our member organizations below. Each has a description of their organization's speciality in order to assist you in contacting the right organization.
141 Dundas St. Suite 504 London, ON N6A 1G3
Contact: Vicki Mayer
ATN is a not for profit registered charity whose mandate is to provide opportunities for individuals with disabilities to gain access to employment, reach their educational goals and improve the quality of their lives through a variety of assessment, skills upgrading and personal development services. ATN specializes in computer training and computer assisted learning.
155 Clarke Road London, ON N5W 5C9 and
114-355 Wellington St, London, ON N6A 3N7
Contact: Brian Malott
Free service to assist everyone including people currently working, those who are underemployed, people looking for work, students, apprentices, internationally-trained individuals and employers. Services include: Information on careers, education, labour market and training opportunities; Access to computers with internet; Photocopier, telephone and fax; Employment information workshops on a variety of topics; Advice and referrals to other community services and support.
40 Metcalfe Street, Woodstock, ON N4S 3E7
Contact: Peter Standish
Community Employment Services (CES) located in Woodstock, Ontario is a one stop centre for accessing a variety of employment related programs and services in Oxford County. We assist job seekers of all ages and meet Employer needs through job advertisements-subsidies etc.
16B Second Street, Strathroy, ON N7G 3H8
Contact: Lorry Dawdy
Community Employment Choices offers full service as a Employment Ontario provider in job search support, second career, workshops, apprenticeship and job placement.
142-355, rue Wellington, London ON N6A 3N7
Contact: James Burns
We provide direct access to various resources such as workshops, job postings, summer job services, employer information, apprenticeship, and educational information.
400 Talbot Street St Thomas ON N5P 1B8
Contact: Marie Forcier
Free service to assist everyone who is unemployed or underemployed in all aspects of job searching. From developing effective resumes to winning interview skills. Assist with Apprenticeships, Second Careers, Youth Employment and Targeted Incentives for Older Workers. Employment Counsellors and Job Developers on site. Use of fully equipped Resource and Information Center.
255 Horton Street, London, ON, N6B 1L1
Contact: Steve Williams
Goodwill creates work opportunities, skills development and social integration for all persons facing barriers to employment. Goodwill Career Centre has a variety of services to help people who are unemployed or under-employed and who are eligible to work in the province of Ontario. Our services include career exploration and decision making, job search and maintenance, as well as supports for apprenticeship.
Cherryhill Village Mall, London, ON, N6H 1S6
Tel: 519-472-1541 #250
Contact: Gord Fansher
Hutton House Association for Adults with Disabilities is a registered charity with 60 years experience in facilitating the goals and aspirations of adults with disabilities. Within each program offered, individuals may customize their involvement to maximize their own capacity to learn, work, live and participate in the community.
100-150 Dufferin Ave London, ON N6A 5N6
Contact: Laurie Marshall
Community Based not-for profit Charitable organization - service provider for Employment Ontario , career counselling , employment adjustment and placement services Advocacy services for individuals who have lost or been denied social benefits.
110-317 Adelaide St S, London, ON N5Z 3L3
Contact: Wayne Warmington
Employment Ontario office providing job skills training, certifications and job matching for all ages in all career categories with employers in the London area.
96 Tillson Ave., Tillsonburg ON N4G 3A1
Contact: Susan Rebry
We assist youth, older workers, and unemployed individuals seeking employment or training opportunities in Tillsonburg and surrounding area.
104-1069 Wellington Road S, London, ON N6E 2H6
Contact: Deborah Armstrong
Nokee Kwe, founded on Aboriginal principles, supports everyone on the path to employment. We are dedicated to creating, promoting and sustaining culturally sensitive environments, which encourage and support personal development and self-determination. We have services for employers, job-seekers, apprentices and also offer adult education services.
141 Dundas Street, 2nd Floor N6A 1G3
Contact: Chad Callander
YOU supports youth to build skills, confidence and independence to reach their potential.
355 Wellington Street, Unit 279 London, ON N6A 3N7
Tel: 519 451-5194
Contact: Philippe Morin
Collège Boréal, a French Community College, assists francophone students within London and the surrounding areas in the pursuit of apprenticeship, literacy, post secondary and continuing education goals.
1001 Fanshawe College Blvd, London, ON N5Y 5R6
Contact: Nancy Schiestel
Fanshawe provides education to apprentices and technicians in a variety of trades in Ontario through the School of Building Technology, the School of Transportation Technology, the School of Tourism and Hospitality, the School of Human Services, the School of Design, and across our area campuses including St. Thomas and Oxford County campuses.
5200 Wellington Road S., London, ON N6E 3X8
Tel: 519-663-2088 ext. 42272
Contact: Jennifer Ingratta
Assists London District Catholic School Board co-op students who are in grade 11 and grade 12 and who are at least 16 years old.
1250 Dundas Street, London, ON N6A 5L1
Contact: Mark Brotherston
Secondary School Cooperative Education students in grades 11 and 12 who perform skilled trades related duties in their work placements are encouraged and assisted to become formally registered as apprentices.
647 Wilton Grove Rd., Unit 3 London, ON N6N 1N7
519-672-3499 ext 106
Contact: Martin Withenshaw
The Elgin Middlesex Oxford Workforce Planning and Development Board continually seeks to enhance the labour market planning process in our community by gathering labour market information, identifying training needs and trends, promoting life-long learning, and building community partnerships to work on local solutions to relevant issues.
255 Horton Street Suite 3 London ON N6B 1L1
Contact: Tamara Kaattari
We refer adults (18 years of age and over) in our community to local literacy programs where they can build basic skills that contribute to Apprenticeship success. Programs are free and can help increase an individual's confidence in reading, writing, doing math, using computers and speaking to other people.
1200 Commissioners Rd. E. London ON N5Z 4R3
Contact: MAESD London
We assist in the delivery of Employment Ontario programs and services.