FCR H.E.T. Program helps Internationally Trained Professionals to get back into their professional field or an alternative related career field.
I-My is a 22-week program that provides local youth between the ages of 15 and 29, group-based employability skills training, business concepts training, and job shadowing.
17 weeks of food services management training to upskill your competencies as the hospitality sector transitions to a digital economy.
The Youth Resource Hub provides employment services via one on one workshops, academic coaching and networking opportunities.
Empower, eliminate systemic barriers and increase the likelihood of attaining sustainable employment. Participants will complete their essential skills and employability skills training
Join the new YES² Employment Program that allows you to gain skills to become job ready by learning about topics such as leadership, time management, effective job search tools and techniques, financial literacy, and problem-solving skills!
SIYSCorps provides leadership training & opportunity for youth to create community engagement project.
Immigrant Public Works Technician Training Program is a 12 weeks PBLMT project.
This program is for young adults aged 18-24 designed to support Participants over 20 weeks through the exploration of three different technical occupations.
The Career Paths for Skilled Immigrants Project provides customized services for upto 24 months to assist skilled immigrants with experience in Sales and Service.
Funded by the Government of Canada and the Province of British Columbia, this program is for agricultural workers who had been impacted by the ban of mink farming in BC as well as those who had been affected by flooding of the Fraser Valley region in Fall 2022.
WIMBI is a free program funded by the government of Canada to improve employability through group facilitated job readiness training.
Construction Trades Training is 15 weeks program that includes Red Seal Occupational Standard (RSOS), job search and placement support.
The I M Change program is a flexibly designed project intended to provide skills training to people at risk of homelessness or experiencing homelessness, who are unemployed or precariously employed, targeting the community needs for peer employment.
Technical training program is a socially innovative project geared towards adults and/or youth with diverse abilities to obtain introductory level training in one of the three technical streams.
The Intercultural Ability to Disability program helps persons with disabilities find work in the service sector.
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