Resources for Youth
Peel Halton Workforce Development Group has put together a resource guide to connect youth to the people, services and places in their community that can help and support them to be safe, happy, and healthy, and allow them to create goals and strive to reach them.
Peel Halton LEPC continues to provide local, relevant and timely information, and have provided summaries of growing careers in the communities of Peel and Halton. Click the occupations below to learn more:
- Accounting & Related Clerks
- Assessors, Valuators & Claims Examiners
- Database Analysts & Data Administrators
- Dental Assistants
- Early Childhood Educator & Assistant
- Hairstylists & Barbers
- Home Support Workers, Housekeepers & Related Occupations
- Insurance Adjusters & Claims Examiners
- Registered Nurse & Registered Psychiatric Nurses
- Transportation Route & Crew Scheduler
- Web Designers & Developers
Labour Market Plans
The Local Labour Market Planning (LLMP) is a community-driven strategic 1-2 year action plan of coordinated local, targeted activities to help address local labour trends, opportunities and priorities. This publication is the culmination of labour market information and input from a broad spectrum of community stakeholders gathered through our most recent LLMP consultation process.
- 2015 Local Labour Market Plan
- 2014 Local Labour Market Plan Fall
- 2013 Local Labour Market Plan
- 2013-14 Local Labour Market Plan
- 2012 Local Labour Market Plan
- 2011 Local Labour Market Plan
- 2010 Local Labour Market Plan
- 2009 Local Labour Market Plan
- 2008 Local Labour Market Plan
- 2007 Local Labour Market Plan
- 2005-06 Local Labour Market Plan
- 2004-05 Local Labour Market Plan
Peel Halton Workforce Development Group (PHWDG) Reports
Peel Halton Workforce Development Group (PHWDG) is a community based, non-profit corporation. As the PHWDG, the organization has gathered information on labour market trends and made these findings readily available to community partners and stakeholders.
- Report to the Community 2016-2017
- Report to the Community 2015-2016
- The Recognition of Immigrant Skills
- On the Move Report
- Report to the Community 2014-2015
- Hire for Less: Wage & Training Subsidies for Employers in Peel-Halton
- Service Coordination at your Fingertips
- Peel-Halton Employer Service Brochure
- No Cost & Low Cost Computer Training Brochure
Newcomer’s Guide to Services in Peel and Halton provide in-depth information to the services provided in the regions of Peel and Halton, making it easier for individuals to better connect and settle into these areas.
Green Reports (2012)
In 2012, PHWDG undertook research into nine sectors and created profiles of green jobs offered in them. Separate reports were prepared for each sector, describing the jobs, their educational requirements, places of employment, etc. Together, the nine reports contained over 100 job profiles.
Greening the Economy: Transitioning to New Careers
Transitioning to a Green Economy is the result of collaboration between three Local Board areas – the Toronto Workforce Innovation Group (TWIG), Workforce Planning Board for York Region and Bradford West Gwillimbury and the Peel-Halton Workforce Development Group. The goal of the project is to identify industries affected by the green economy and increase our understanding of the effect of the green economy on occupations within key sectors.