To date, the Hammer Heads program has saved the government $3.7 million and counting!
The Central Ontario Building Trades (COBT) and our affiliates established Hammer Heads to assist under-resourced and Aboriginal youth by linking them to registered apprenticeship opportunities in the skilled construction trades which might not otherwise be accessible. As a community-based initiative, Hammer Heads takes pride in giving back to our communities by delivering meaningful careers, not temporary jobs, focusing on 100% success and retention strategies. The Hammer Heads program all begins with the first step.
It all begins with the first step...
The Hammer Heads Program is a skill and employment-based training program within the construction industry offering apprenticeship career opportunities to the youth of under-resourced neighbourhoods in our communities.Learn More
Our graduates are linked to registered apprenticeship careers in the construction industry, working towards life changing careers...
- Electrical workers
- Sprinkler Fitters
- Many more…
youth who no longer require support from Ontario Works, saving the City of Toronto just under $3.7 million
graduates who have been residents of Toronto Community Housing who have begun their apprenticeships
graduates have started their registered apprenticeships
Hammer Heads wholeheartedly believes in being engaged with the community. As part of their training, each of our classes spends time cleaning up parks and community centres and sometimes shoveling snow for residents.Learn More
Jan 31, 2020
Jan 31, 2020