The apprentice is paid for the duration of the contract, both for school and business training. The Vocational Training Act (2008/19) and the Labour Code do not explicitly set the minimum and maximum age for apprenticeship. MLTSD uses this application to assess your eligibility for a registered training contract, under which you will receive training from a sponsor in a trade required as part of an apprenticeship program. With this application, you allow MLTSD to verify the information provided. Before the program begins, an apprenticeship contract is signed by the employer and the apprentice, which explains the main details of the apprenticeship. The vocational training system is based, by law, on a partnership between the State, the professional chambers and the workers` chambers. The chambers operate at the following levels: age certificate, social security number (SIN) and documentation on education and training Social partners also participate in the final evaluation of the practical part of vocational training. Learners of all three age groups can participate in apprenticeships: secondary school students aged 15 and over and adults (aged 18 and over) who have left school can participate in apprenticeship programs (CCP, DAP, DT), regardless of the vocational training program. A minimum proportion of company training is not defined by regulation. For each profession, an individual scheme is defined and updated each year. In short, most courses account for more than 50% of practical training. However, for some occupations, this is not representative of the levels and qualification areas from 20% to 75%. MLTSD will provide your personal data, including contact information and registered training agreement, to the College, in accordance with Ontario College of Trades and Apprentice Act 80 (OCTAA) 2009, if the college needs to perform its duties.
MLTSD may also transmit your personal data under the following conditions: The conditions of “professional competence” for the training of apprentices are set for the various sectors in agreement with the relevant employer`s chamber (or the minister for occupations that do not depend on a professional order) with the workers` chamber concerned. Article 29 of the Vocational Training Act 2008 states that “initial vocational training preparing learners for professional life takes place in turn, whether as part of an apprenticeship contract or an internship agreement (see Q5 and Q18/former Q22) “. According to the definition of the labour code (L.111-1), professional orders are responsible for the accreditation of training companies. The company is responsible for paying the course fees, as described above. Achievement Training reserves the right to collect additional fees if the apprentice does not complete the course during the agreed training period.