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.
Learn about and self-register for Employment-related workshops offered by Employment & Social Services across the city.
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 of Toronto offers many leadership and certification programs in First Aid, Aquatics, Sports and Camps .
The City provides numerous learning opportunities for small business owners and entrepreneurs.
Learn about training to grow your business.
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:
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.
The Youth Development Unit is supporting Frontline Youth Workers a new Summer Sector Training Series to learn about resources and supports available for youth most vulnerable to involvement in serious violence and crime.
Workshops are open to City and community based frontline workers in Toronto who work with youth vulnerable to serious violence and crime.
Date and Time: Tuesday, August 17 at 1 p.m.
Please register by Thursday, August 12 (noon) – Early registration is recommended because space is limited. Participants registered will receive an event agenda and link to this WebEx Panel Session on Friday, August 13. If you register after this date, you will receive the same information the morning of the event.
In partnership with Black Youth Jobs (BYJ) and the Youth Employment Partnerships (YEP) network, Social Development, Finance and Administration’s (SDFA) Youth Development Unit is hosting a capacity building session for frontline workers from the youth employment sector with a specific focus on Black Youth Opportunities and Support Services.
We are inviting all front-line workers that want to participate and help strengthen a network supporting Toronto’s Black Youth. This Panel session will feature several programs in Toronto that directly support black youth through employment and mentorship supports as well there will be a number of youth speakers to talk about their employment journey. Front-line participants will be participating via chat and encouraged to share program knowledge.
The goal of the session is to create additional awareness about opportunities and supports for black youth. With your support leading up to, during and after this session the facilitators will be collecting and compiling all resources shared and provide that information back out to the folks who attend and our additional community partners.
This workshop will not be recorded, we want to open this session up to as many Frontline Youth Workers as possible that are able to attend this session live. We will be encouraging attendees to share their experience and information received with teammates and networks.
Email package that will include a network list of attendees, program information presented at the event, program information shared with session leads.
This session will lead into a follow up youth employment session that is under development for this fall and will be open to all community partners.
Please connect with Ahmahkyah Malcolm-Witter with any event questions.