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Between October 2022 and March 2024, QUILL Learning Network conducted Organizational Needs Assessments (ONA) with local businesses across a variety of industries. Based on these conversations, an important component of addressing business training needs in the region is consolidating and sharing workplace training that is available in our region.

This page is a working document that lists contact information and descriptions for organizations offering workplace training on various topics. Each entry contains contact information and a website link so you can connect directly with training providers to learn more.

You are able to filter your results based on County, type of training, and whether training is offered online, whether it is free, and whether it can be customized to meet your business needs.

This is a working document that will be updated regularly and is not comprehensive, but lists a variety of workplace training opportunities in this region.

QUILL is not endorsing or recommending any of the training providers listed here. Based on consultations with employers, we have created an inventory of training options that we believe will help businesses meet some of their training needs.

If you would like to add a training organization to this list, please contact the Executive Director of QUILL.

Many workplace training programs in our region are offered free of charge.  Adult upgrading programs and learning centres funded by the Ministry of Labour, Immigration, Training and Skills Development (MLITSD) provide a wide range of free, generic workforce training options, and may also customize and deliver training specific to the needs of local workplaces. Please see the program directory and contact the training provider directly to discuss availability of free training.

For training that is offered on a fee-for service basis, financial supports are often available to local employers. Economic Development, Employment Services, and Community Futures organizations in your region are helpful contacts for learning more about how you can minimize costs associated with workplace training.

Your business may also be eligible for the Canada-Ontario Job Grant, designed to help employers invest in their workforce. Learn more on the Ministry of Colleges and Universities website.

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This Employment Ontario service is funded in part by the Government of Canada and the Government of Ontario.