Workforce WindsorEssex, launched its EV Career Pathways Resource, at Unifor Local 195’s Action Centre.
This resource provides a roadmap for workers interested in transitioning from traditional automotive jobs supporting internal combustion engine vehicles (ICE-V) to rewarding careers in our region’s growing electric vehicle (EV) industry, leveraging their transferable skillsets.
This project is funded in part by the Government of Canada and the Government of Ontario. Supported through an Ontario Labour Market Partnership grant from the Ontario Ministry of Labour, Immigration, Training, and Skills Development,
the resource is organized into five major categories (manufacturing, maintenance, scientific research, design and development, and infrastructure) and outlines 61 specific career pathways for individuals with automotive knowledge and experience.