2020 Building Trades Training Program Start Dates:

  • Jan 13
  • Mar 30
  • Jun  15
  • Aug 31

If you have been laid off and/or are receiving Employment Insurance, are receiving Ontario Works, or are a person with a disability, you may qualify for funding for tuition and necessary equipment to complete the skills training course. 



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About us                                                                                              

The Mandate of ALN is to:

Reduce barriers to finding and maintaining employment for motivated jobseekers through skills training, job development and employment supports.

We achieve our mandate by:

  • Creating community partnerships

  • Empowering clients to identify their skills and interests

  • Developing connections with employers

  • Respecting clients' unique situations

  • Delivering high quality services

  • Being as flexible as possible in meeting clients' needs  


Skills Development.  The skills you need for the job you want.
Ability Learning Network (ALN) is registered as a private career college under the Private Career Colleges Act, 2005.

Employment Supports / Employment Placement. If you want to work, we can help.
Ability Learning Network is a service provider for ODSP Employment Services funded through the Ministry of Community and Social Services and for Employment Placement services funded through Toronto Employment and Social Services for people receiving Ontario Works. We help people with disabilities and people receiving social assistance prepare for, find and maintain work.

If you are an Employer who is currently hiring, ALN can help you find the right candidates to meet your organization’s employment needs.  At no cost to you, we will identify qualified candidates based on your requirements and will arrange for you to interview only those you choose.