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How to order a fake Ontario College of Trades degree? How long to get a fake Ontario College of Trades degree? Where to buy a fake Ontario College of Trades certificate? How to find a fake diploma maker to purchase a best Ontario College of Trades degree certificate? Order a fake Ontario College of Trades degree online, buy a fake Canada diploma. The Ontario College of Trades was the regulatory body that governs skilled trades in Ontario. The College officially opened its doors on April 8, 2013 and its activities are mandated by the Ontario College of Trades and Apprenticeship Act, 2009 (OCTAA).

The college was governed by a board of governors with 21 members-4 members from construction, industrial, motive power, and service fields. In addition each trade was represented by a trade board consisting of 4-12 members, consisting of an equal number of employers and employees. The organization was staffed by approximately 150 professional and enforcement staff in various departments including Standards, Policy & Research, Compliance & Enforcement, Communications, and Corporate Governance. All members of the governing structure are appointed by an independent Appointments Council, who are in turn appointed by the Lieutenant Governor in Council.

According to OCTAA, in order to ensure the safety and certification of qualifications for all journeypersons in the 23 compulsory trades and all apprentices regardless of their trades’ classification, membership in the college is legally required. All members were searchable on the college's Public Register, which was an online database that enables anyone to easily confirm the qualifications of any compulsory tradesperson or apprentice before hiring them to fix their toilet, wire their house, change their brakes or cut/colour their hair.

Like all regulatory bodies in Ontario, the college was required to be financially self-sustaining, and just like the College of Teachers or the College of Nurses, the Ontario College of Trades was funded entirely through membership fees. Fees go towards the establishment of apprenticeship training programs, updating training and curriculum standards—some of which have not been updated in 20 years— and exams, promotion of trades to youth and underrepresented groups, and compliance activities.

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