The OMLC is a non-profit service entity supporting manufacturing firms and their industry associations by focusing and acting as a single source of expertise and programming for selection, training and development and certification of employees, and including information about careers in manufacturing.
By acting in a collaborative manner, the OMLC can garner the attention and commitment of the Ontario Manufacturing sector to use its economies of scale in addressing HR supply and demand challenges and the use of industry approved certification where collective planning and action will benefit all manufacturing sectors.
Programming will be provided within this framework:
- Based on competencies
- Learning objectives expressed as outcomes
- Learning will be monitored as it occurs; certified upon successful completion
- Delivered in a collaborative manner between industry and educational institutions
- Offered in a variety of learning media
The OMLC supports a system for recognizing learning achievements by employees that:
- is defined by industry, based on required competencies (knowledge, skills and abilities)
- supports their performance and career development through connected pathways for learning progress (ladders and bridges)
Ontario Aerospace Council
The OAC is a not-for-profit, non-share capital corporation governed by a Board of Directors representing all segments of the Ontario aerospace industry. Our goals are to enhance recognition of the Ontario aerospace industry as a leader in global aerospace markets and to build stronger capabilities in the industry to assure continued growth and prosperity. The OAC is a collective body consisting of committed people in the Ontario aerospace industry. We are working together, in cooperation with government at both the Federal and Provincial levels, in an industry-wide effort to bolster the position and performance of our industry.www.theoac.ca
Canadian Tooling & Machining Association
The CTMA is a non-profit trade association that represents and promotes the interests of the Canadian tooling and machining industry, both nationally and internationally. The association was established in 1963 and represents the “Tooling Industry” which includes companies that design, engineer, manufacture, repair or assemble tools, dies, moulds, jigs, fixtures, gauges, machinery, machining systems, robotics, automation equipment, models, patterns, general jobbing machine shop products, cutting tools and additive manufacturing.www.ctma.com
Canadian Manufacturers & Exporters
Advocating for manufacturers and exporters. Building a more competitive business environment. Providing critical and timely intelligence. Strengthening leadership through best practices and leveraging networks for success. We are Canada's largest trade and industry association.www.cme-mec.ca
Organization of Canadian Nuclear Industries
OCI is an association of over 190 leading Canadian suppliers to the nuclear industry in Canada and offshore. OCI members companies employ collectively around 30,000 highly skilled and specialized people who manufacture major equipment and components and provide engineering services and support for the 20 CANDU nuclear power plants in Canada as well as for CANDU and other nuclear plants in offshore markets. OCI companies also work on medical and other safe applications of nuclear technology.www.ocni.ca
The OMLC is open to additional organizations who share the OMLC Vision and want to partner.