Education and training fall under provincial jurisdiction, so a good starting point for more information is the provincial government where you live. Check online or call to find out about trades training options.
At the national level, the federal government's WorkinginCanada.gc.ca assists individuals who are searching for work or making career decisions. It not only posts jobs by region, but also offers information such as educational requirements, main duties, wage rates and salaries, and current employment trends. It can help you identify career options matched to your interests, strengths, and skills. You can also learn about trends, employment prospects and salary range of skilled trades and occupations.
Local colleges offer a wide range of information on career choices. Explore online, call, or visit the colleges to discuss your options in detail. If you are a high-school student, talk with your guidance counsellor who can help you to explore your options and determine what is best for you.
Explore the list of apprenticeship-eligible trades in your area!