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With good entry level skilled labourers being in demand due to retirements and labour shortages, the demand for new workers is growing. Yet, most employers don't have the time or resources to recruit or train new staff themselves. Programs at the larger technical institutes can be lengthy or financially out of reach. In the case of apprenticeship, a job in the trades is required before you can be indentured.

So, how do employers find qualified people and how do YOU get your boot in the door?

RTSC, of course!

The Regina Trades & Skills Centre was established as a not-for-profit with two main goals:

  1. Deliver short-term trades and skills training that leads to entry-level jobs in industries where workers are in high demand.
  2. Work with industry to develop and deliver relevant and recognized programs that are responsive to industry needs for trained and skilled workers.

Regina Trades and Skills Centre courses are taught by experienced tradespeople. Our course offerings change throughout the year and stay attuned to the demands of the labour market. All RTSC courses include:

  1. Specific occupational training, both practical and theoretical.
  2. Training in Occupational Health and Safety and Workplace Essential Skills.
  3. Program Coordinators work with employers to link them with course participants prior to the completion of training.

Regina Trades & Skills Centre is succeeding! RTSC grads are getting jobs, many are going on to apprenticeship and feedback from employers is positive.

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1275 Albert Street
Regina Saskatchewan, S4R 2R4

1.306.337.0533
info@rtsc.org

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Get the training you need to start a career as a Child Care Educator.

Regina Trades & Skills Centre offers a Child Care Educator course. No Tuition and a connection to an employer looking to hire you. The program will provide learners with the basic fundamental knowledge and practical skills needed to gain employment in the child care industry.

Individual must have successfully completed English A30 and B30 (or equivalent).

Valid Class 5 Driver’s License and reliable transportation are an asset.

A Criminal Record and Vulnerable Sector Check will be required upon acceptance into the course (own expense).

AREAS OF STUDY

WHMIS
Infant & Child CPR / First Aid
Safe Food Handling
Employability Skills
Early Childhood Environment
Art, Science, Math and Literacy Skills
Gross and Fine Motor Skills
Large and Small Group Interaction
Enrolment in “Role of Play”
Work Placement

Register Online https:// rtsc.org/registration
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Are you looking to start a career working as a Personal Support Worker with the elderly but don't have the skills needed to secure employment or know exactly which trade to go in to?

The Regina Trades & Skills Centre is putting on an entry-level skills course specific to becoming a personal support assistant. There is no tuition to attend our training, and we connect you to industry with a 2 week work placement at the end of the course. Awesome Employers are looking to hire our students and this is a perfect opportunity to start out in a high demand trade!

You will take the Personal Care Worker Course and bring it to life, practicing skills while learning about gentle persuasive approach, dementia awareness, medication modules and more. You will learn all skills needed to secure entry level employment in this industry. There will be a minimum of 70% practical training to get you ready to start your career. RTSC will give you the opportunity to work with an employer who is looking to hire you.

DRIVERS LICENSE is considered an asset

IMPORTANT - Register today rtsc.org/registration, please do not email resumes, or call. Go to the website and register.
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