Toronto and Region Conservation Authority

Site: TRCA Head Office

Service: Professional Access Into Employment Program

Record Details
Alternate Name Bridge Training ; PAIE
Former Name M2P
Office Phone 416-661-6600
Toll Free Phone 1-888-872-2344
E-Mail jleepack@trca.on.ca
Website www.paietraining.ca
Social Media Twitter Twitter: www.twitter.com/TRCA_PAIE
YouTube YouTube: www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL_YqMjr3jCVOvk0iuozrS0BPOnjQFzh1R
Primary Contact Justin Lee Pack, Coordinator; Phone: 416-661-6600 ext 5315 * 416-278-2437; Email: jleepack@trca.on.ca
Alternate Contact Dashnor Paja, Coordinator; Phone: 416-661-6600 ext 5593; Email: dpaja@trca.on.ca
Primary Executive Leigha Howard, Supervisor; Phone: 416-661-6600 ext 5343; Email: lhoward@trca.on.ca
Funding Regional / Municipal - TRCA ; Provincial ; Fees
Description (Service) Ontario bridge training program * connects employers with highly skilled environmental professionals who bring international experience and credentials in Engineering & Geoscience, Ecology & Related, and Planning and related Disciplines * Participants attend training and workshops on a part-time basis during the day, evening and on Saturdays as required, for approximately 11 months * connect with their PAIE Coordinator weekly for job search assistance, as well as be able to spend time independently pursuing job search activities * Participants will gain an increased understanding of and exposure to the environmental industry and experts in the field, with the goal of finding employment in a highly specialized and competitive sector * an individual development plan will be identified to match the services of the program to the needs of the individual
Hours Call for information
Dates see website for information session dates and application deadlines
Areas Served Durham Region ; Peel Region ; Toronto Downtown Central ; Toronto Downtown East ; Toronto Downtown North ; Toronto Downtown West ; York Region ; participants should be within one hour of Greater Toronto Area
Eligibility Canadian citizens, permanent residents and convention refugees with no Canadian work experience or less than 1 year working in your professional field in Canada and not currently employed in field * Canadian Language Benchmark (CLB) Assessment at a minimum of Level 7 in all four skills areas (Reading, Writing, Speaking, Listening) obtained within the last 12 months * Must be internationally trained individuals with minimum of an undergraduate degree obtained outside of Canada and have a minimum of 3 years international work experience in and be targeting one of the following specializations or sub-disciplines: Engineering, Geoscience, Planning, Ecology, Green Building, Renewable Energy
Application limited number of participants that can be accepted into the program and selection is a competitive process * attend information session - see website for upcoming dates * fill out expression of interest form on website for applicants that are interested in joining after the program has started * Check website for upcoming call for applications * 
 
To book language assessment Canadian Citizens: Contact the Centre for Education and Training at 905-279-0024 or Overland Learning Centre at 416-395-5080, Permanent Residents and Protected Persons contact YMCA at 416-925 5462
Languages English - Website
Fees Program - $30 + HST to apply, $399+HST for program if selected
Located In Community Vaughan
Address & Map
101 Exchange Way
Vaughan, ON L4K 5R6
 
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Intersection Jane St and Hwy 7
Mailing Address 5 Shoreham Dr 
Downsview, ON M3N 1S4
Physical Access Not Applicable ; contact for questions about accessibility of locations for learning programs vs placements
Service Categories Immigrant/Refugee Employment Programs ~ Internationally Trained Skilled Workers

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