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Brad Mckinnon

OBJECTIVE: To obtain co-op employment while attending Georgian College for an Environmental Technology degree.

Work experience

Feb 2015Present

General Labour/shipping and Receiving

Express Employment Professionals, Barrie
  • General Labour/Shipping and Receiving
  • Assisting with shipping and receiving
  • Demolition and restoration
Mar 2014Aug 2014


Jay Carter Roofing, Barrie
  • Measuring and cutting wood
  • Assisting in everyday labour needs
Mar 2009Oct 2012


Fowler Construction, Bracebridge
  • Running equipment(heavy machinery and hand tools)
  • Landscaping
  • Measuring and cutting pipe
Apr 2009Dec 2009

Lube Technician

Just Lubes, Bracebridge
  • Changed customers oil Differential and transfer cases
Mar 2008Feb 2009

Lube Technician

Oil Changers, Barrie
  • Changed customers oil
  • Spoke with customers about vehicle


Jan 2015Present

Environmental Technology

Georgian College

High School Diploma

Barrie Central Collegiate

Completion of highschool


Skills acquired through Fowler Construction
  • Running heavy machinery.
  • Leveling and grading using a rotary laser level.
Skills acquired through Georgian:
  • Tree Decline Index – by observing both the amount of dead branches and the lack of leaves I was able to obtain a percent on the trees decline.
  • The Hodge (Georgian Research Station)–  Observed both a bio indicator and an abiotic factor in the Hodge woods and created a hypothesis to connect the two.
  • Workplace Safety Manual- Created a Safety manual for physical hazards related to a fish and wildlife conservationist career.
  • Physics In-class activities- Through experiments we studied motion, temperature and compression.
  • G.I.S- Geological Information System- Currently studying.


Apr 2016

Upon course completion completion of O.I.T


Operator In Training

Apr 2016

Upon course completion Entry Level Drinking Water


Operator certificate

Nov 2015

WorkSmart Campus Transcript

Ministry of Labour, Ontario
Oct 2015

Worker Health and Safety Awareness in 4 steps

Ministry of Labour, Ontario
Oct 2015

WHMIS 2015 for Workers

Canadian Center for Occupational Health and Safety

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