CCAA Will Be Visiting a City Near You in March.  Please Join Us!

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Your company will benefit by:

  1. Hearing the latest news on the current National projects and activities of the Canadian Council for Aviation & Aerospace:
  • Student Work Integrated Learning Program, SWILP (wage subsidy opportunities available!);
  • Labour Market Information Report 2018, LMI;
  • Key Aspects of Accelerated Assessment and Certification for National and International employees;
  • Training Workshops & Online training;
  • The development of a National Labour Market Strategy.
  1. Participating in an focus-group meeting to discuss, critique and validate the proposed CCAA Accelerated Assessment and Certification (AAC) Process. Attendees will receive a document describing the process prior to the meeting and will have an opportunity to participate in a guided discussion validating the process. The feedback will be incorporated in the final assessment process roll-out.
  2. Discovering the new CCAA Magnet Online Job Matching system; a faster way for employers to find qualified candidates, and for job-seekers and graduates to find the employers that need them.

A Breakfast or Lunch will be served.

The full CCAA tour includes the following visits:

Though this event is free, space is limited; we would appreciate it if you would register. Thanks.

March 12, 2018


Airport Hilton

9:30AM – 3PM

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March 19, 2018


Hilton Toronto Airport Hotel and Suites

9:30AM – 3PM

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March 21, 2018


Airport Hilton Garden Inn

9:30AM – 3PM

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March 23, 2018


Airport Hilton Garden Inn

9:30AM – 3PM

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March 28, 2018


Hilton Garden Inn Winnipeg South

9:30AM – 2PM

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Register directly with CCAA or for More Information, please contact Leslie Hogan, CCAA Project Manager, at 613-727-8272 Ext. 225 or lhogan@avaerocouncil.caca.

Student Work Integrated Learning Program, (SWILP), Wage Subsidies for Our Industry

The Canadian Council for Aviation & Aerospace (CCAA) has partnered with the government of Canada to administer a new wage subsidy program, which will help you manage your staffing needs and develop longer-term labour solutions.

Employers receive up to 50% of the student’s salary (to a maximum of $5,000) each time they hire a student. So, if a student is hired back the following year, the employer would qualify for another wage subsidy. In certain cases, the subsidy is even higher.  For first-year students and under-represented groups including women in STEM, Indigenous students, persons with disabilities and recent immigrants, the subsidy is up to 70% of the salary (to a maximum of $7,000 for every work term). This program runs for another 3 years allowing you to implement a structured plan for your workforce.

To learn how the program works, click here.

For more information, including how you can identify potential student hires through the post-secondary institutions, contact Theresa Davis-Woodhouse, Director of Project Management, Canadian Council for Aviation & Aerospace, phone: (613)-727-8272, ext. 247 or email: