Summary - Canadian Industry Statistics

Technical and Trade Schools - 61151

Definition

This industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in providing vocational and technical training in a variety of technical subjects and trades. The training often leads to non-academic certification.

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    Vocational correspondence schools are also included.

    Example Activities:
    Commercial art schools
    Computer repair training
    Cosmetology schools
    Flying schools, civilian
    Nurses' aides schools
    Trade schools, post-secondary
    Truck driving schools
    Vocational apprenticeship training
    Vocational institutes, post-secondary

    Exclusions

    Establishments primarily engaged in:
    secondary school education with technical and trade instruction (see 611110 Elementary and secondary
    schools), registered nurses training at the associate degree level or equivalent (see 611210 Community colleges
    and C.E.G.E.P.s), technical and trade instruction at the associate degree or equivalent level (see 611210 Community
    colleges and C.E.G.E.P.s), registered nurses training at the degree level (see 611310 Universities), business and secretarial training (see 611410 Business and secretarial schools), computer training (see 611420 Computer training), professional and management development training (see 611430 Professional and management development training).

Information on the number and size of businesses for 2016.

Establishments

1,717

0-99 Employees

98.4%

View financial data for 2015 based on industry averages for SME's.

Average revenue

$516.1
thousand

Profitable

75.8%

Salaries and wages

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