By supplying a consistent trained HEO workforce, IHE contributes to essential work sector pools – labour markets that are predicted to experience sustained shortages of skilled workers the next 10 years. We have access to thousands of entries and experienced HEO’s – if you need operators, get in touch with us.
We let you post your job to them FREE. We let you come to our sites and screen and hire every Friday FREE.
The IHE training name and our students’ success means everything to us. We maintain many conversations back and forth between our stakeholders, employers, and partners alike. Maintaining a fleet of over 50+ machines, students receive five hours per day with the equipment including pre-operating and post-operating maintenance procedures that are mandatory.
ALL IHE alumni have access to the school’s job placement resources and leads for life.
We offer hands-on equipment training for immediate job career changes or pivots, planned or unplanned. Excavation and construction equipment operators are in high demand in the forestry, mining, civil, road building, and oil and gas sectors. Employers like to hire our graduates with prior job experience and prior trades skills mastered. Our average age of students is 38 to 58 years old, and for many, this is their second or even third career!
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As the current heavy equipment workforce ages and operators retire, employers need to find people to take their place. But in an industry where experience is highly valuable, how can a young or newer heavy equipment operator best set themselves up for su
To keep up with demand, the college recently added a new 2021 Hitachi 200 excavator to its Winfield, B.C. location.
Meet Rodney, originally from Thunder Bay, Ontario and now living in Ottawa. As a long time member of the oil field work force with major companies like Encana, working in Northern most parts of Alberta and British Columbia, Rodney decided it was time for a change.
Mike first joined IHE back in 2008. At that time, it was a one-man operation which has grown into three training sites, across two provinces with nearly 30 staff and close to 50 pieces of equipment. Today, IHE is recognized as Canada’s leading heavy equipment operator training institution.