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Orientation and Training
Don’t feel you have the right skills for the job?
We want to invest in your future as much as you do. We can help you advance by providing you with dynamic and interactive training to equip you with the technique and knowledge you need to succeed at CEDA.
From the first day you begin your career with CEDA, you will be outfitted with a customized training plan to get you started on your journey.
CEDA’s comprehensive orientation introduces you to our organization, our values and safety culture. Field employees with CEDA will obtain certifications in WHMIS, OSSA Basic Safety Orientation and IRP 12 that will assist you in staying safe while on the job, all while participating in engaging activities and collaborative conversations.
CEDA is committed to developing and expanding our people’s knowledge, expertise and experience. All CEDA employees have the opportunity to advance their skillset and knowledge through our classroom training, mentorship and educational assistance programs.
CEDA focuses our training & development offerings on six key areas:
- Health and Safety
CEDA provides in-house health and safety certifications to enable you to work safe on the job. Some examples are:
- OSSA certified Confined Space Entry Monitor (CSEM)
- OSSA certified Fall Protection
- Transportation of Dangerous Goods (TDG)
- Standard and Emergency First Aid
- Competency (equipment)
CEDA’s competency training enables our employees to experience both the technical and the practical hands-on components of each major piece of equipment you will be working with. Once in the field, on-the-job mentoring will provide you with the additional knowledge and experience you need to further your career.
Our People is a core value at CEDA. We develop Our People’s skills by providing a three-tiered module leadership program customized to recognize the roles and responsibilities of leadership in our organization.
CEDA is committed to developing skilled trade and crafts men and women through the apprenticeship continuance program for recognized trade certificates in Canada. While working at CEDA, you can maintain your current rate of pay while you reach to obtain the formal trade training you require to move forward in your career.
- Educational Assistance
CEDA promotes learning through many secondary education avenues (including numerous colleges and universities). CEDA employees can apply for tuition reimbursement for courses you choose to take to advance your employment with CEDA.
- Indigenous Programs
CEDA has created an Indigenous Operator Training program, which assists Indigenous employees who are looking to advance in the company with the skills and tools you need to achieve your career aspirations. Visit our Indigenous Relations page to learn more.
CEDA operates state-of-art training facilities in: