Facilitating solutions to meet workforce needs now & in the future

Welcome to the ECOTB

OUR MISSION

Since 1997, the East Central Ontario Training Board (ECOTB) has been a member of the regional community. ECOTB is part of a province-wide Local Board Network, with principal funding from the Ministry of Advanced Education and Skills Development (MAESD) under Employment Ontario.  As a not-for-profit organization, ECOTB is governed by a volunteer Board of Directors.

Our prime focus is on local labour force development. ECOTB conducts research, data collection, consultation, analysis and reports on the local workforce requirements. Based on our findings, we work with our community partners to develop events, projects, activities and resources that are timely and appropriate to our local needs.

Our projects are varied and so are our community partnerships. We work closely with the local municipalities, economic development offices, employment service providers, chambers of commerce, employers, business associations, educators, social service and healthcare agencies.

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This service is funded in part by the Government of Canada  and the Government of Ontario.
Ce service est financé en partie par le gouvernement du Canada et le gouvernement de l’Ontario.

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Local Labour Market Plan Report

Labour Market Info

Produced annually, the Local Labour Market Plan (LLMP) is one piece of an overall strategy to develop ’evidence informed’ planning to address local labour market challenges that are relevant to our community.
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Partnerships

ECOTB analyzes the workforce development needs of the community and responds by building partnerships within the community to take advantage of opportunities to resolve workforce issues proactively.
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Projects

ECOTB supports many local initiatives and is involved in projects that span many industry sectors and capture a wide audience, from elementary students to seniors.
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