The Bridging Program is focused on attracting new graduates and newcomers who are interested in exploring the career paths of Project Manager and Site Supervisor roles in construction, starting with training and an opportunity for paid work placement as a Project Coordinator or similar.
Potential for Paid Work Placement:
Project Coordinator / Field Coordinator or similar responsibilities could include:
You are eligible to apply to the Pathways to ICI program if you are:
Examples of Construction & Related Fields:
Thank you for your interest in the New Entrants Bridging Program.
We are no longer accepting applications as all the spots have been filled.
Develop On-the-job Upskilling Toolkits & Train-the-Trainer Program for existing employees, specifically Project Managers and Site Supervisors, to support individual growth, strengthen employee retention and foster succession planning.
For more information on the Toolkits for Project Managers and Site Supervisors or to participate in the Train-the-Trainer Program please contact:
This Program focuses on women in construction, specifically, understanding why women are not choosing construction as a career path, have chosen to leave the construction industry, as well as identify the challenges women who are currently working in construction face. Through interviews, focus groups, surveys and industry information we will collect and analyze the data to create an industry report. We will use the findings and the report to then work with employers and women who are currently working in construction to develop and pilot a Program and Toolkit. The Program will identify and create growth and leadership opportunities for women currently working in construction, with the ultimate intent to attract more women to the industry by demonstrating real growth and development paths.
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