The Community Training & Development Centre
STRENGTHENING OUR COMMUNITIES THROUGH INNOVATION AND LEADERSHIP
COMMUNITY INNOVATION & IMPROVEMENT
The Municipal Employment Study was made possible through funding received from The Ministry of Labour, Training and Skills Development. Resources were developed through research projects directed at recruitment, retention, and training of staff. Providing training opportunities for OW clients…LEARN MORE
This free training program allows youth to explore local employment opportunities, gain workplace certifications and get paid local work experience. Open to individuals 18-30 years of age in Northumberland or Quinte West.
Registration open now!
SKILLS ADVANCE ONTARIO:
This program offers free, 4-6 week intensive training programs in key Ontario growth sectors: the food industry, child care and home care. These online programs are ideal for those re-entering the workforce or upgrading their skillset.
Registration open now!
HOUSING FOR SENIORS:
Partnering with CMHC and Solution Lab, the objective of this project was developing a model of purpose-driven, affordable housing in rural and small-medium sized urban areas.
This project introduces older adults to fresh and alternative food products. We created a tool-kit with various resources that help demonstrate the value of increasing nutrient-dense foods and identifying how these choices can improve physical, emotional, and cognitive health.
COMMUNITY TRAINING & DEVELOPMENT
Free Training PROGRAMS
Ideal for young adults beginning to explore their career options, experienced workers looking for a career change, newcomers, and individuals wanting to upgrade their skills. All programs target key growth employment areas in Ontario.
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REGISTRATION OPEN NOW!
(final intake May 24!)
(final intake May 16!)
Global Labour Market Disruptors Create Growth Jobs
We created short videos highlighting eight key disruptors: Education, Globalization, Climate Change, Food, Technology, Demographics, Culture, and Health. How do these disruptors increase job opportunities for young people?
Click below to watch and begin exploring what skills you would need for these future-proof careers
TECH MEETS EDUCATION
Curriculum is being developed for incumbents, pre-employees and new employees in Northumberland County that will also be delivered via a new software platform, Chalenj.
2020 also saw us transition to online learning with the successful implementation of our Learning Management System and free training programs.
Manufacturing & tourism/hospitality skills development project
*Employer Information Section*
The Community Training and Development Centre in collaboration with The County of Northumberland and community partners is excited to be offering a recruitment and onboarding project to local employers in the manufacturing and tourism/hospitality sectors.
This project will assist Northumberland County employers with:
Recruitment of candidates will commence June 2022. The employer is responsible for paying the salary once hired. Click below for more details and contact us if you would like to partner with us as an employer.
The workforce of tomorrow
Whether you are entering the workforce with little experience, in mid-career, or an older adult entering or re-entering with significant experience, you may be asking yourself, “Where am I needed within the workforce of today and tomorrow?" and "Will all future jobs involve technology?".
Although most jobs require experience with technology solutions, not everyone will want to work or study within technology and scientific sectors. There are many critically important jobs that will always be in need of workers. These jobs include parenting, education, health supports, food production, customer service, human services, supporting community development, economic development, mental health, supports for those who are aging, and many more. Click below to learn more about these career pathways.
For additional information on jobs of the present and future, watch the short videos we created about global labour market disruptors.
The Community Training and Development Centre was incorporated in October 1997 as a not for profit. Our purpose has always been directed at providing our communities with resilient solutions that add value to the lives of residents.
Our highest purpose is to operate with integrity in order to provide innovative, creative, sustainable solutions that a community or individual can use in a sustainable manner, and that will contribute to improvement in our communities.
We provide training and development through specialized programs and services, which positively influences individual and community growth. Our aim is to build creative and innovative solutions that will improve and benefit the communities these programs serve.
MAKING A DIFFERENCE
Community members served over our 25 years in business
Meals cooked for seniors, the homeless and women's shelters at our Food Centre
Students completed training programs in 2020-2021
Employment success rate for students who completed our SAO training programs
"I went into this program to see if it was the right path for me. I've realized that working in the health care industry is something I love doing! I got a job even before the program was done!"
"Overall, this program was a phenomenal experience, I loved working with strangers that became friends, and getting real experience cooking, using equipment, and learning techniques!"
"The training improved my chance of getting a full time position working with children in a school/after school setting, and a better pay scale based on my extra qualification."