Skills gap triggers social innovation in the trades at Camosun College

Technology and science traditionally influence innovation in the skilled trades, making them more effective, efficient and safer. But an emerging social phenomenon is leading to a new type of trades innovation. As senior workers retire in ever-increasing numbers, the long-predicted "skills gap" is becoming a reality. There is a need and an opportunity for non-traditional trades learners, driving social and educational innovation in the workplace and at Camosun. Read more.