Apprenticeship Classroom Training
This program provides classroom training, which represents approximately 10 to 15 per cent of the training apprentices need to complete their apprenticeship. The classroom component of an apprenticeship program usually consists of three levels of formal instruction based on the Ontario College of Trades’ approved curriculum. Training delivery agents are required to be approved by the province to deliver each level of formal instruction in a trade.
- ADM Memo to TDAs: 2022-2023 COVID-19 Relief Fund for Training Delivery Agents (posted on March 16, 2022) (PDF, 144 KB)
- Questions and Answers: COVID-19 Relief Fund for Training Delivery Agents 2022-2023 (posted on March 16, 2022) (PDF, 113 KB)
- Memo: 2022-23 Employment Ontario Business Plan Template Release in EOIS-SP Connect (posted on December 1, 2021) (PDF, 135 KB)
- ADM Memo to TDAs: COVID-19 Information Reporting (posted on October 14, 2021) (PDF, 289 KB)
- ADM Memo to TDAs: Update to COVID-19 Vaccination Policy Requirement (posted on September 20, 2021) (PDF, 170 KB)
- Questions and Answers: COVID-19 Relief Fund for Training Delivery Agents 2021-2022 (posted on June 23, 2021) (PDF, 125 KB)
- COVID-19 Relief Fund Final Report 2020-2021 (posted on April 26, 2021) (PDF, 1,131 KB) (Download and open with Adobe Reader. See instructions.)
- COVID-19 Relief Fund In-Class Training Application Form (posted on December 11, 2020) (PDF, 1,189 KB) (Download and open with Adobe Reader. See instructions.)
- Memo: Prior Approval Requests (PAR) (posted October 2017) (PDF, 241 KB)
- Notice of Collection of Personal Information and Consent (posted on September 25, 2020) (PDF, 579 KB) (Download and open with Adobe Reader. See instructions.)
- Sample Apprenticeship Training Course Expenditure Report
- Administrative Fees Report for Colleges to Submit (Download and open with Adobe Reader. See instructions.)
- Reports for Training Delivery Agents of the French Language In-Class Enhancement Supplemental Fund (FLICESF)
Training Delivery Agents Approval Process and Guidelines
The Ministry of Labour, Immigration, Training and Skills Development, effective August 1, 2019:
- Will initiate preliminary feasibility discussions with the TDA applicant within 5 business days of initial contact.
- Will confirm receipt of a TDA application within 2 business days of receipt.
- Will notify TDA applicant within 35 business days of receipt if an application will require more than the standard timeline, for more complex applications.
- Will notify TDA applicant of a decision within 60 business days of receipt (“standards timeline”) or will indicate if a delay of greater than 5 business days is expected.
- May require an additional 10 to 15 business days beyond the standard timeline to assess applications from new organizations that are not currently part of the delivery network.
Note: If at any point additional information is required to support the application, the standard timeline will be extended accordingly.