Workplace Training

Unemployed Albertans, are you lacking skills or experience needed to get the Job you want?

 

** The new Workplace Training Program is a Government funded program that aids the job seeker in gaining valuable experience required to qualify for today’s competitive job market **

 

The Workplace Training Program is available through MH Enterprises in Drumheller, Stettler, Three Hills, Trochu and Hanna. Ongoing services will be provided from March 20, 2017 to March 20, 2019.

As the Job Seeker you will be assisted with

  • Career counseling to help you reach your career goal
  • Resume preparation and Job seeking assistance
  • Potential Employer Connections
  • Individualized training programs to suit your specific needs
  • On the Job supports that aid you in learning new skills
  • Available funding for skills upgrading

Client Eligibility

  • Must be unemployed residing in Alberta and legally entitled to work in Canada
  • Must be under-skilled and experience difficulty obtaining employment due to lack of skills

Employers, are you in need of help to find the right employee? We can assist you in developing a valuable and qualified employee!

As the Employer you can be provided with support services to assist you in developing a qualified team member

  • Support developing a comprehensive and structured training program
  • Mediation and On-The-Job supports
  • Financial assistance to offset the cost of Training
  • An employee trained to fit your needs

Employer Eligibility

  • Employment must be a minimum 35hrs/week
  • Potential employee must be unemployed and under-skilled
  • Potential employee cannot begin work until start date of contract
  • Able to continue full-time employment after training is completed

If you would like more information, or want to see if this program will fit your needs, stop by our office or call us at 403-823-6934

 

2017 Canada GoA Color CMYK

The Province of Alberta is working in partnership with the Government of Canada to provide employment support programs and services

 

 

Job Seekers/Employers

Job Seekers

We offer career advice and researching employment opportunities to job seekers in the following ways:

  • Facilitating job search skills (resume writing and interview techniques)
  • Offering a variety of career assessments/testing to assist with career exploration which includes one on one work with a career counsellor
  • Determining and matching an individuals employability skills with available employment
  • Your Employment Specialist will work together with you to review the employment opportunities, ensure you have the skills, experience and interest to meet the needs of the job
  • An Employment Specialist is available to you to introduce our Programs and Services
  • Job Boards - Our Job Boards post full-time, part-time, casual, and on-going employment
  • Registered clients have access to hidden job market opportunities
  • Access to computers with FREE Internet and printer usage. Assistance is available to everyone needing help with the available computers and printer
  • The Employment Assistant, if needed, assist registered clients to access Microsoft Office programs or Internet resources. This can include, but is not limited to: filling out application forms, resume and cover letter preparation, internet research etc.

Employers

We offer Employers the following:

  • Access to our job board both in our office and on our website
  • Job maintenance and mediation
  • Assisting with and developing recruitment and retention plans
  • Office space to conduct interviews
  • Access to qualified candidates
  • Connecting you with valuable community resources

Transitions to Employment Services

Are you an Underemployed or Unemployed Albertan?

Need help re-attaching to the current labour market?

Transitions to Employment Services provides free comprehensive and individualized services that enable you to acquire workplace and occupational related skills that will aid you in re-attaching to the labour market.

Program Services Include:

  • Guided support services individualized for your needs
  • Employment Preparations
  • Resume and Cover Letter preparation
  • Instruction and assistance in the creation of an effective resume and cover letter. Copies can be supplied to you on an ongoing basis, Faxing and Email support services also available
  • Skill Development and Life Coaching
  • Funded Short Courses
  • Funding available for short term training programs to assist you in upgrading your current skills
  • Employment Readiness
  • Funding available for new employment expenses
  • Direct Job Placement Services
  • This includes assisting you directly with your job search efforts, and directly marketing your skills to employers in your chosen fields
  • Ongoing Job Maintenance Support after you have connected to your new employment opportunity

Ongoing services provided from November 1st, 2016 - October 31, 2018

If you would like more information, or want to see if this program will fit your needs, stop by our office or call us at (403) 823-6934

 

2017 Canada GoA Color CMYK

The Government of Alberta is partnering with the Government of Canada to offer employment services and programs

 

Paid Work Experience

** The new Paid Work Experience Program is a Government funded program that provides a 3 week work experience opportunity that can assist Albertans to gain employment quickly**

 

The Paid Work Experience Program is available through MH Enterprises in Drumheller, Stettler, Three Hills, Trochu and Hanna. Ongoing services will be provided from March 20, 2017 to March 20, 2018.

 

The 3 Week Paid Work Experience Program is intended to support individuals to demonstrate their ability to perform specific work tasks, to become familiar with employer worksite standards, safe work practices and to determine their competencies and skills.

 

The goal of the Paid Work Experience program is to provide the opportunity to prove to an employer that an individual has the essential workplace characteristics such as aptitude for work, positive attitude, work ethic and willingness to learn.

 

A training plan is not required for the Paid Work Experience, and it is expected that the individual will be hired after the successful Paid Work Experience has been completed.

 

Ongoing services provided from March 20, 2017 - March 20, 2019

If you would like more information, or want to see if this program will fit your needs, stop by our office or call us at 403-820-6934

 

 2017 Canada GoA Color CMYK

The Government of Alberta is partnering with the Government of Canada to offer employment services and programs