NEW: Online WAH Training will register you for SkillsPass™!
On March 4th, 2019, the Ministry of Labour implemented a new database for Working at Heights (WAH) and Joint Health and Safety Committee (JHSC) Certification training records. The database is called the Certification Management System (CMS) and it uses software called SkillsPass™. The database is secure, meeting Government of Ontario’s strict standards for privacy and security.
As a result of these changes, the Ministry of Labour is no longer printing and mailing Chief Prevention Officer (CPO) training cards as they are now available digitally.
Learners can now access, view, print and share their training records online and on their smartphones 24/7 through SkillsPass™. If you have already taken a CPO approved training course your digital training records may already be available through SkillsPass™. To link your account with your training records, click here to submit the form.
If Online WAH is your first CPO-approved training program, an account will be created for you after the class.
For additional information on SkillsPass™, click here to watch a short video. If you have any questions about our role in the registration process, please contact us. For technical questions relating to SkillsPass™, you can email them directly at firstname.lastname@example.org
Ready to Get Started?
It's very easy to get the ball rolling! Simply click below to access our online registration page. Choose the date that works for you and we'll then follow-up with you to get you moving forward with your online courses and your in-class, practical training.
NEW: We Offer Women-Only Classes!
As more women are entering the high-paying construction industry, we would like to support them by providing practical training that includes harnesses and safety equipment designed for female learners.
NEW: Reduced Rates for Students and Registered Apprentices!
To encourage more workers to join the construction industry, we also offer reduced rates for students and registered apprentices with supporting documentation.
Convenient Training Times
First-time learners and those needing Refresher training only require 4 hours off of work.