2018 Sudbury-Manitoulin Low-Carbon Building Skills Partnership Project

reThink Green is happy to announce the 2018 Sudbury-Manitoulin Low-Carbon Building Skills (LCBS) Partnership Project.

In partnership with Workforce Planning for Sudbury & Manitoulin, this project will assess the current capacity of the Sudbury and Manitoulin workforce to provide low-carbon building skills, as well as what additional skills and training may be required. This assessment will assist training providers, industry, unions, employment services and others with needed labour market intelligence.

Project objectives include engaging with industry, labour, designers, green energy organizations, colleges, Indigenous communities, and others to identify any skills shortages or gaps, challenges and/or barriers, projected need and training requirements.

Project activities will include establishing an expert advisory panel, conducting surveys and round-table consultations with key stakeholders, and the exploration of innovative strategies. Expected outcomes will include a final report with recommendations.

The LCBS Partnership Project aligns with reThink Green’s mission to bring together ideas, partners and resources to build a more sustainable community, and with its vision for a prosperous economy properly balanced and in harmony with the well-being of the global and local environment.

The 2018 Sudbury-Manitoulin Low-Carbon Building Skills (LCBS) Partnership Project is funded by the Government of Ontario. 


For additional LCBS Partnership Project information:

Ontario Helping Skilled Workers Train for Green Jobs - Province Supporting Training in Low Carbon Building Skills

Low Carbon Building Skills Partnership Fund

About Low Carbon Building Skills