I need education or training.

Employment Ontario has services right across Ontario that can help you.

Here's how:

Find the career that's right for you: Visit our Career Finder to learn more about your career choices and which jobs are in demand.

Finish high school: Not having a high school diploma can get in the way of finding a job. Learn how GED Testing can help you get a high school certificate and find out about many more Adult Learning opportunities.

Train for the trades:Learn about apprenticeship training and how it can help you enter a skilled trade or occupation.

Explore college programs: Learn how Ontario's Colleges of Applied Arts and Technology can prepare you for many exciting careers.

Explore university programs: Find out about universities which offer degree programs and other kinds of learning such as continuing education.

Explore private career colleges: Learn about programs at private career colleges that can help you develop skills for many jobs and careers.

Get help paying for school: Learn about what it will cost to go to school, and how you can get financial help.

Get the skills to succeed: Talk to a professional counsellor and get the help you need to plan your career, get training, and find a job through the Employment Service.

Help for older workers: If you live in a region hard hit by the recession and are between the ages of 55 and 64, the Targeted Initiative for Older Workers is designed to help you.

Need help with your language and math skills?

Build your literacy, math and basic skills: Improve your reading, writing and mathematics skills, and build basic technical skills for work through Literacy and Basic Skills Programs.

Learn English or French: Get training in either of Canada's two official languages through language training services.

Want more help with your skills for work? Visit the Ontario Skills Passport website and learn more about how you can develop the basic skills and work habits that are important for every kind of job.