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College of Trades Looks for Registrar

Ontario's newest and largest self-regulatory college, The Ontario College of Trades, has launched a search for a permanent Registrar.



Ontario’s newest and largest self-regulatory college, The Ontario College of Trades, has launched a search for a permanent Registrar.

 The college was established by Ontario law in 2009 and is set to become fully operational in 2012, serving upwards of 500,000 members working in the Province’s more than 150 skilled trades.

 The Board of Governors is currently looking for an experienced Registrar to lead the college as it regulates and promotes the skilled trades in Ontario.

 The new Registrar will be responsible for leading the modernization of the Province’s apprenticeship and skilled-trades system, putting skilled trades people on a similar professional footing with teachers, doctors and nurses, who have their own professional regulatory college.

 The search will appeal to applicants from Ontario’s four trade sectors: Construction (Mining), Industrial, Motive Power and Service with experience in management in both union and non-union settings.

For further information on The Ontario College of Trades, see www.collegeoftrades.ca and for the Registrar’s position, email a resume and cover letter to cotregistar@feldmandaxon.com


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