CECA U of T Green Energy Challenge 2018
ECAA Edmonton Chapter Presidents Ball
NETCO 2018 Training Conference
CECA Strategic Planning Session
CECA joins the Canadian Federation of Independent Business Coalition for Small Business Tax Fairness
National Apprenticeship Conference Theme Partner AnnouncedAnnonce du partenaire du thème de la conférence nationale d’apprentissage/
WHMIS IS CHANGING
NTCCC FEDERAL PROMPT PAYMENT LEGISLATION
Promoting Careers in the Electrical Contracting Business through Student Chapter Engagement and Research on Energy Efficient Projects
Calling on Everyone in the Construction Industry - Show Your Support for Bill 69, the Prompt Payment Act
The Government of Canada has issued a Request for Proposals - Le gouvernement du Canada a lancé und demande de proposition
NECA POST- CONVENTION TOUR
Training Based on the Upcoming Z463 Guideline - Maintenance of Electrical Systems - Scheduled Across Canada
Tax Savings for Tradespersons
RECALL - Ceiling-mounted light fixtures
Building Information Modeling Training & Implementation Seminar/Webinar - March 7, 2012 - Toronto
Canadian Electrical Code 2012
You are invited to a free webinar
NETCO: Engaging the Electrical Industry in Helmets to Hardhats
Tuesday, October 28, 2014
Helmets to Hardhats (H2H) Canada is focused on career opportunities for anyone who has served (or is currently serving and looking to transition to a civilian career) in either the Regular or Reserve Force Components of the Canadian Forces. Helmets to Hardhats Director of Placements, Mike Nassif, spoke about engaging the electrical industry in the program at the National Electrical Trade Council (NETCO) 2014 Training Conference (Aug. 9-10) in Ottawa.
H2H offers apprenticeship opportunities to achieve a journeyperson qualification in the building and construction trade of one’s choice, as well as potential opportunities in other management positions within this industry. Nassif noted that Electrician is among the five most popular trades requested by applicants. He reinforced that veterans offer tremendous potential citing, for example, their solid work ethic and safety consciousness. When polled, the 55+ conference delegates agreed that the interests of their training organizations, and the electrical industry at large, would be met by becoming an active partner in H2H.
Helmets to Hardhats Canada is a partnership with Canada’s Building Trades Unions, their many Employers across Canada, and Government stakeholders. Modelled on the successful sister program originated in the USA in 2003, H2H Canada commenced operations in May 2012.
Visit www.helmetstohardhats.ca for more information.