Sheridan College has partnered with CCTT (Canadian College of Technology and Trades) to deliver Sheridan academic programs in Fort Erie, Ontario. This is the first public college-private partnership outside of the GTA. Students will be job ready, receive a Sheridan credential, and have access to the post-graduate work permit upon graduation. Our partnership seeks to fill the province’s labour gaps in skilled trades and other key industries.
Sheridan College and CCTT partnering to fill Ontario’s skilled trades gap
To address the significant shortfall of skilled workers in Ontario, Sheridan College is partnering with the Canadian College of Technology and Trades (CCTT).
“We are committed to delivering industry specific training to support local labour market needs and provide growth skills to neighbouring regions. We are partnering with Sheridan College for the betterment of the community economy.”
— Paul Liu | President, CCTT
Employment search support for jobs after graduation through partnership with local industry
Partnership with local associations for job placement
Potential for field placement
Course content designed to labour market demand to increase individual market value
Free consultation and professional assistance for permanent resident application
Flexible start dates and year-round access for early completion
Flexible hours for class to five opportunities for internship during study period
Lower cost and financial aids may apply