Bredin Employment Centre is a supported job search program that assists unemployed Albertans find employment.
Our Mission: To nurture community economic development and entrepreneurial culture by providing support and services for community well being. We support a prosperous, economically dynamic, environmentally sustainable, and socially empowered community.
Canadian settlement sector’s first MOOC course – Create an Expert LinkedIn Profile for Job Search. The course is designed with new Canadians in mind and also geared to people who are preparing to move to Canada.
For twenty years the Employment & Training Centre (formerly the Marty Karl Centre) has successfully provided training to hundreds of job seekers looking to work in the food and janitorial industry. Our training has been designed primarily for adults on financial assistance looking to gain skills to secure positions in the Food Services and Janitorial industries.
We proudly support Kwantlen students and graduates in transitioning from the ‘learning experience’ to the ‘working experience’.
We are an Employment Resource Centre for the Rural Community that is designed to provide FREE assistance for the following: one-on-one Resume development, Cover Letter,
“In March 2014, nearly one in four people aged 15 and over with a university degree reported having gone back to school and completed another certificate, diploma or university degree of equal or lower level. There were 6.5 million people with a university degree in March 2014 and their employment rate was 74.5%. In this release, labour market indicators for those with a university degree are presented by major field of study and then compared with those who completed further postsecondary studies and those who did not. The employment rate was higher among the 1.5 million university-educated people who completed further postsecondary studies (77.0%) compared with the 5.0 million university-educated who did not (73.7%).”
The mandate of the Society is”to provide employment programming and training to enhance the opportunities of the residents of the North Coast and Haida Gwaii.”
Humber St. Clair West ERC, funded by the Government of Canada, is a drop-in centre open to all job seekers. It provides FREE access to job search resources and services including resume and cover letter critiquing, workshops, guest speaker events, interview coaching, job search guidance, training information, and referrals. Free resources include use of i-Mac and PC computers, Internet, photocopying, faxing and scanning.
Offer one-to-one consulting on business practices and entrepreneurship, Business Start-up Guides, Business Planning and Decision Making, Self-Employment Benefit Program, Professional Mentorship Programs