If you’re a skilled foreign worker, or an underemployed or unemployed Canadian, there’s a position waiting for you in our industry. The Canadian Council of Aerospace & Aviation (CCAA) is here to help you find employment aligned with your skills. On this site, you’ll find tools to help you gain accelerated certification in our industry, and staff waiting to help match your skills to the needs of employers.
You can start this process by completing a self-assessment for one of 17 high-demand occupations. Your next career challenge may be closer and more achievable than you think.
Incorporated in 1993, the Canadian Council for Aviation & Aerospace (CCAA) is a not-for-profit, national partnership organization that brings together business, industry associations, educators, labour and governments. CCAA is focused on implementing solutions to the specific skills and demographic needs of the industry, to help ensure industry has sufficient workers with the necessary skills to meet the projected growth of the industr
CCAA has proudly dedicated itself to developing and administering a wide range of products and services which are used extensively by the industry.
We provide a self-assessment screening tool for individuals looking to enter the Canadian Aviation and Aerospace maintenance and manufacturing labour market. We work with you to expedite your certification towards indemand occupations, and provide you with advice and guidance on what you need to do to achieve full certification. By completing a self assessment, you initiate a file that we review and match against a database of employers and positions. From certification to employment, we’re here to support you in your search for your next career opportunity.
Aircraft Maintenance Technicians (AMTs) have the critical task of keeping fixed-wing and rotary-wing aircrafts operating safely and efficiently. It is an important job – lives depend on the AMT. Servicing, repairing, and overhauling aircraft components and systems are the primary tasks of the AMT, who works on airframes, engines, propellers, and aircraft instruments, etc.
Aircraft Maintenance is a challenging and exciting career – fast, intense, deadline-driven, and very high tech.