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.
First Aid Training
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.
Food Handler 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.
Small Business Training
The City provides numerous learning opportunities for small business owners and entrepreneurs.
Learn about training to grow your business.
Learn about and register for Employment Centre workshops offered across the city. The workshops are made available via the Employment Centre Portal operated by Toronto Employment & Social Services (TESS).
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.
- Skills Training Through Second Career
- Toronto Public Library – Careers and Training
- Adult Learning Programs with Toronto District School Board
- Adult Education Programs with Toronto Catholic District School Board
- Independent Learning Centre for GED and Adult Education
- Going to College or University in Ontario
- Literacy and Basic Skills