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IHE continues to research and develop programs to meet and exceed Industry requirements
Instructors offer 100+ years combined industry experience
We are pleased to be able to offer you independent studies for the demand of Heavy Equipment Operators in BC and AB.
Labour demand requirements are driven by a diverse group of gas, pipeline, utility, mining, and transportation infrastructure projects. The cumulative requirements of these major projects are expected to raise engineering construction employment to a peak in 2021 – 45 percent higher than current levels. Project starts increase employment for most trades and occupations, and these demands will likely exceed the available local workforce. As these projects approach completion between 2022 and 2025, employment will begin to fall, but is expected to remain above 2018 levels.
BuildForce Canada estimates that the B.C. construction industry is expected to see the exit of nearly 41,000 skilled workers over the next decade due to retirements, compared to an estimated 33,000 first-time new entrants potentially drawn from the local population aged 30 and younger to replace them.
Heavy Equipment Operators meeting employer qualifications are not available in local markets to meet current demand so that projects or production may be delayed or deferred. There is excess demand, competition is intense and recruiting reaches to remote markets (2019-2020).
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