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Service Type Common Core is required to be completed before an employee can perform any underground work. This level of safety training has proven useful to individuals who wish to secure employment with mining service contractors.Learn More and Register
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Basic Underground Hard Rock Mine Service Types Common Core Trainee
Today, the Honourable Patty Hajdu, Canada’s Minister of Indigenous Services and Minister Responsible for FedNor, announced an investment of $1.3 million to enhance and expand the capabilities of the NORCAT Underground Centre with a series of initiatives in direct alignment with the federal government’s Critical Mineral Strategy. This includes, among others, the mandate to drive critical mineral research, innovation and exploration to boost the supply of critical minerals to grow domestic and global value chains for the green and digital economy.
Excitement Builds for Mining Transformed as NORCAT Announces Preliminary Lineup of Tech Exhibitors
NORCAT, a global leader in the development and provision of skilled labour training and innovation services, is excited to announce the preliminary lineup of technology companies that will be demonstrating their products / services at Mining Transformed 2022.
NORCAT Partners with the Government of Ontario to Empower Northern Ontario's Workforce
NORCAT, a global leader in the development and provision of skilled labour training, is excited to announce an investment of $450,000 from the Government of Ontario to empower career-building opportunities for Indigenous Peoples residing in rural and remote areas of Northern Ontario through the expansion of NORCAT’s Development Series program in Thunder Bay. Northern Ontario continues to see a growing demand for trained, skilled, safety conscious and production ready machine and equipment operators to fulfill meaningful roles in priority industries, including forestry and mining. NORCAT’s Development Series program aims to address this demand by providing experiential, hands-on skilled labour training to 20 prospective workers over the next twelve months.