National Apprenticeship Competition Recently Hosted In Ottawa

Sharing the perspective of students, teachers, and Tradespeople at the National Apprenticeship Competition.  Hosted by UBC Local 93 Carpenter’s Union Hall at their world-class facilities in Ottawa, ON, Canada. 

For youth, teachers, parents, employers, and industry, events like these help to think of questions that matter and get answers that help each group differently: What are the Skilled Trades?  How can the Skilled Trades benefit students as a tool for education or for employment?  Who will be the next generation of Skilled Tradespeople in Canada?  How do experiences based in the Skilled Trades benefit my company, my students, my children, my future? 

As an experience for students, there was invaluable exposure to the skilled trades, potential role models, talented individuals, working professionals, elected representatives, industry sponsors, and all framed in a “real world” setting that includes students as part of an event in the community at large.  

OYAP is proud to partner with UBC Local 93 Carpenter’s Union and is grateful for the continued support of students, parents, and teachers, and all our Industry partners in education.  

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A boy, teacher, and girl are photographed at the event.
A girl in a pink sweatshirt uses a virtual reality headset.
Image of a head with the words culture of innovation written around the top.
Culture of Innovation
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