Progam available at no cost to participants
Program Dates: Fall 2022
Duration: September 2022- February 2023
Eligibility: Identify as a woman, trans or non-binary. 18 years of age and older. Reside in Ontario; Legally able to work in Canada
Delivery: Online and in-person
Partner: George Brown College

Program Description

WoodGreen and George Brown College have come together to create a training program specifically designed for women, trans and non-binary individuals. The CNC / Precision Machining Program offered at George Brown College is a skills-based employment program to prepare participants for entry-level work in the manufacturing sector.

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Established in partnership with employers committed to providing a friendlier and more equitable space for women, trans and non-binary individuals, participants will receive financial supports to help pay for transportation, clothing and safety equipment while completing the program.


The program includes in-person and online courses such as:


  • 2D Mastercam and Computer Numerical Control (CNC)
  • Intermediate CNC
  • Metrology
  • Introduction to Machining
  • Engineering Drawing
  • Introduction to Mechanical CAD


At the same time as participants complete their skills training, WoodGreen will provide support and guidance to obtain employment and opportunities to attend guest lectures to hear success stories and experiences from people working in trades.



After completing the CNC / Precision Machining Skills Training and WoodGreen Employability Skills Training, participants will apply their knowledge and skills in an eight-week paid job placement.



  • GBC CNC/Precision Machining Training (September 12 – December 16, 2022)
  • WoodGreen Employability Skills Training (September 19 – December 9, 2022)
  • Paid Job Placement (January 9 – February 28, 2023)



  • GBC CNC/Precision Machining Training In-person & Online
  • WoodGreen Employability Skills Training Online
  • Paid Job Placement In-person

Program benefits:

  • One-on-one career advisement to assist participants in obtaining employment
  • Ontario post-secondary credits
  • Guidance & information on educational and career pathways

Additional information

For more information, download the program flyer or visit to learn more.

Sign up and attend an information session here.

Contact information

Edwin Selvadhas

Employment Case Counsellor


Heather Hunter

Employment Case Counsellor