Step 2 – Explore Opportunities

Follow one of the links below to get started:

National Occupational Classification
The National Occupational Classification system is the authoritative resource to look up occupational information in Canada. The NOC is used to understand the jobs found throughout Canada’s Labour market.

Career Cruising is an interactive career resource designed for people of all ages. Find the right career, explore different career options, or plan future education and training.
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Username: erie
Password : your school’s password (click here to look it up)

AWAL (Applications of Working And Learning)
Learn how your curriculum is used in the workplace.

Ontario Skills Passport
A user-friendly and useful tool to support students’ and job seekers’ development and documentation of essential skills and work habits and transition to work.

Essential Skills
Search close to 200 occupational profiles. These profiles can help you learn more about the skills you need for the job you want.

Ontario Tourism Education Corporation
There’s an industry with more career opportunities than can be filled. An industry willing to train you for skills that have real value. The residential construction industry wants you! Learn about Opportunities, careers, wages and how to get started.

Canadian Tourism Human Resource Council
The CTHRC provides resources that include more than 50 national occupational standards as well as on-line and paper-based training tools. Through these and our Professional Recognition and Professional Certification programs, the CTHRC is working with the industry to build a Canadian tourism work force that is truly world class.

Community Health Careers
Learn about the exciting careers in community healthcare. You’ll find a lot more than doctors and nurses here! Watch clips, play a game and get the information you need to discover the perfect career for you.

Career Focus Cafe – Career advice blog offers tips and tricks to help take your career to the next level.