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Helping Teens Choose Gas Tech After High School

Posted by Brad Dixon

Choosing the next steps after high school isn't just a difficult choice for students - it can also be a stressful time for parents as well. As a parent of a student nearing the end of their high school careers, you naturally want the best for them. Many parents encourage their children to continue their education after high school, to obtain a degree or diploma and then enter the workforce.

If you're a parent of a teen intrested in the trades, there are other options. A number of students leaving school to work in the trades think they only need to get an apprenticeship and never have to sit in class again. This isn't always the best step. In fact, encouraging your son or daughter to continue their education and learn a trade through a classroom setting is the best way to ensure that your teen succeeds once they hit the workforce.

Helping Choose A Trade

If your son or daughter is looking into skilled trades training but hasn't settled into which trade they would like to go into, you may be able to help by advising them about which trade they should choose.

A good idea for students who are unsure of which trade they would like to work in is to suggest they look at trades with transferable skills, and that will have a wide range of ways they can utilize their training. By completing Ontario gas technician training, your son or daughter will learn a trade that has a number of transferable skills and will lead to an interesting and fulfilling line of work.

Choosing The Right Training

While students can attend public colleges to learn trades, the most straightforward and comprehensive education can be found at a private trades school. By getting gas technician training in Ontario's private career colleges, your child will be getting comprehensive, hands-on education from industry professionals.

If you have a son or daughter who doesn't relish the thought of being in school any longer, this may be perfect for them. Ontario skilled trades training at the Niagara and Halton Skilled Trades Academy is only 4 short months. While their peers may be in school for 2-4 years, they will be out of school in the length of one semester.

View Upcoming Courses

If the Skilled Trades Academy seems right for your child, take a look at the upcoming courses we have to offer. We offer both full and part-time gas technician 3 and gas technician 2 training courses. Contact us today for more information about how to take the next steps to trades school after high school.

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Topics: Gas Technician