Edition: B.C.'s Skills for Jobs Blueprint eNewsletter: December 9 Update
Moving forward with Aboriginal skills training
Ensuring more First Nations members have the skills they need to take advantage of job opportunities, especially in the emerging LNG industry – that’s the focus of “NIS TS’EDILH - We Are Moving Forward,” two new Aboriginal skills training programs for members of the Tsil Kaz Koh (Burns Lake Band), the Wet’suwet’en First Nation, Skin Tyee First Nation, and Nee-Tahi-Buhn Indian Band. READ MORE
Connecting more students with skills training and mentorship in northern B.C.
More students in B.C.’s north will connect with the skills and experience they need for the jobs of the future through an expanded $4.9-million Shoulder Tappers program announced by the B.C. government and the Northern Development Initiative Trust. READ MORE
Meet Aboriginal Skills Navigator Rochelle Saddleman
Rochelle Saddleman is dedicated to ensuring more First Nations members get the skills they need to succeed in a rapidly-changing work environment. READ MORE