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2012 Lester B. Pearson Post Secondary Information Night
Transcript of 2012 Lester B. Pearson Post Secondary Information Night
Information Night Lester B. Pearson C.I.
Presents Pathway #1
WORKPLACE Pathway #2
APPRENTICESHIP Pathway #3
College Pathway #4
UNIVERSITY "I Didn't Earn my OSSD (Ontario Secondary School Diploma)" "I Earned my OSSD and I am Skilled with my Hands" "I Earned my OSSD with Essential and College Level courses and I want to Learn More" "I Earned my OSSD with University and Mixed Level courses and Prefer to go to College" "I did VERY WELL earning at least 6,
Grade 12 University or Mixed level courses" A growing industry but many in it leave for another
The challenge is adapting with technological advances
Technological design, cyber security, data analysis, business merger management Information and
Communications Technology Society is Aging
Gerontology (Care for the Aged) will continue to grow
Health-related occupations already are industry of lowest unemployment
Nurses, technicians, physiotherapists, lab technologists, administrative staff Health Care Services Half the mining workforce is eligible to retire in 10 years (112 000 positions)
As prices rise, an additional 140 000 positions will be created in 10 years
Geologists, civil engineers, human resources, financial managers Mining and Oil & Gas Trades workers are older on average and less people are going into apprenticeship programs
Heavy equipment operators, industrial mechanics, electricians, building trades, automotive trades, welders Construction and Skilled Trades Where the Jobs Will Be Equal Consideration Application Date:
February 1, 2013 Ontario University Application Centre
January 16, 2013 How Do I Know the Right Career for Me?????? "I Earned my OSSD and am Ready to Work"