The City provides many workshops and training programs that are available to all Toronto residents.
People who receive Ontario Works can access additional training programs.
If you saw someone suffering a sudden cardiac arrest, would you know what to do?
Learning first aid, cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) and how to use an automated external defibrillator (AED) will give you the skills you need to help a paramedic save a life in a medical emergency.
Register for first aid training.
Toronto Public Health offers Food Handler Certification Courses to provide food handlers with the knowledge of safe food handling practices to prevent food-borne illness.
Learn more about food handler training.
The City provides numerous learning opportunities for small business owners and entrepreneurs.
Learn about training to grow your business.
Learn about and self-register for Employment-related workshops offered by Employment & Social Services across the city.
Free training is offered to members of the hospitality, tourism and service industries, or anyone who works with visitors to the City.
People on Ontario Works benefits may qualify to take a variety of training programs.
Talk to your caseworker if you are interested in being referred to one of these programs.
The Frontline Workers’ Training Series provides workshops, toolkits and short videos for City and community-based frontline workers on a range of topics designed to increase the capacity of workers to provide impactful services for MVP youth (youth most vulnerable to involvement in violence and crime).
The workshops are coordinated by the City’s Toronto Youth Equity Strategy (TYES), and delivered in partnership with community agencies.
Workshops that were offered previously and will be delivered again include:
Four new workshops will be offered in Winter 2021.
Registration details will be posted in February.
Workshops are open to City and community based frontline workers in Toronto who work with MVP youth. New workshops dates will be added throughout the year.