Essential Skills

 

     
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Career Planning July 10-28 2017

This program is for those who want to target a clear vision of their career direction development a training path to improve your current employment & career prospects.

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3-1-1 Call Centre
Citizen Service Internship
Feb 6, 2017 -
March 31, 2018
The purpose of creating this distinct internship program is to allow people from the Indigenous community who don't meet the current bsse qualilfications for a Citizen Service Representative (CSR1) position to develop the necessary knowledge, skills and experience over 12 months to help them compete for a (CSR1) position with the City of Vancouver BROCHURE
Rope Access Training May 16-June 2016

The goal of the Rope Access program is to help Aboriginal individuals explore and acquire the essential employability skills required for work in the roping sector.
Learning is in an interactive and supportive classroom environment that consists of a combination of: one to one teaching, self-directed and experiential learning in a group environment.

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Labourers for the Engineering Department January 06, 2014 -
February 28, 2014
Essential Skills for Aboriginal Futures is offering an 8-week Essential Skills enhancement program for those interested in a career in the Labouring sector. The program will take place at the ESAF site in New Westminster, where participants will delve into lessons and activities designed to enhance their Workplace Essential Skills. Learning is in an interactive classroom environment and will consist of a combination of: one to one teaching, self-directed and experiential learning in a group environment; participants will also have the opportunity to participate in trades related certificate training; such as: First Aid, Confined Space, WHMIS and Pesticide use. BROCHURE
Service Delivery Program November 12-29, 2013

The first phase of the program will take place at the ESAF site in New Westminster and the second phase of the training will be held at the Vancouver Club in Vancouver. Learning is in an interactive classroom environment and will consist of a combination of: one to one teaching, self-directed and experiential learning in a group environment.
During the program, participants will complete an internship and be provided the opportunity to interview for employment with DMH Hospitality Inc.

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Employment and Training Competency Program ESAF ETC September 9, 2013 -
November 1, 2013
Essential Skills for Aboriginal Futures Employment and Training Competency Intake 2 is an eight-week funded Essential Skills program for participants with an interest in targeting a career path and employability through Essential Skills training. BROCHURE
Job Club August 19-30 Participants will explore the labour market; learn how to respond to job postings, develop their resume, cover letter and reference list, practice interview skills and learn how to make a positive first impression.
These programs are for participants with an interest in targeting a career path and employability. Participants may be eligible for financial support during the program.
For more information about this opportunity, please contact us at 604.521.5929
Career Planning August 5-16, 2013 Participants engage in activities designed to identify and establish an attainable career path. Career Exploration includes researching occupations, salaries and educational requirements along with completing formal and informal assessments designed to identify: current and transferable skills, interests, abilities, values and aptitudes. For more information about this opportunity, please contact us at 604.521.5929
Employment and Training Competency Program ESAF ETC June 3, 2013 -
July 26, 2013
Essential Skills for Aboriginal Futures Employment and Training Competency Intake 2 is an eight-week funded Essential Skills program for participants with an interest in targeting a career path and employability through Essential Skills training. BROCHURE
Employment and Training Competency Program ESAF ETC March 04 - May 24, 2013

Essential Skills for Aboriginal Futures Employment and Training Competency (ESAF ETC) is a twelve-week funded Essential Skills program for participants with an interest in targeting a career path and employability through Essential Skills training.

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City of Vancouver December 3, 2012 -
February 28, 2013
311 Call Centre Citizen Service Representatives (CSRs) BROCHURE
The Municipalities of Surrey and Vancouver April 02 - May 31, 2012 Clerical/Administration
Also visit: Surrey Libraries
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BladeRunners Jan 16 - Feb 10, 2012 Warehouse Material Handler BROCHURE
Fortis BC July 4 - Sept 23, 2011 Customer Service Representative BROCHURE
ACCESS Trades April 4 - June 30, 2011 Transportation Trade BROCHURE
Atira/STEP Mar 28 - April 2011 Painters  
VAFCS Friendship Catering Feb 7 - Mar 25, 2011 Cooking Program BROCHURE
TD Customer Sales Representative Jan 14 - Feb 25, 2011 Entry Level Position BROCHURE
ACCESS Trades Welding Oct 18 - Nov 12, 2010 Welding  
Friendship Catering August 3 - Sept 10, 2010 Catering  
Hastings Racecourse Groom School March 1-19, 2010 Groom School APPLICATION FORM
Aboriginal Pavillion Jan 11, 2009 Banquet Servers, Bartender and Bus People BROCHURE
Vanoc Sept 8, 2009 Call Centre Technician Level 1 2010 Winter Games BROCHURE
Safeway April 6 2009 - June 26, 2009 12-week targeted essential skills program for entry level positions for:
Meat, Seafood, Deli and Bakery Clerks
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Overwaitea Food Group Feb 2, 2009 Clerk Cashier, General Clerk, Bakery Clerk, Deli Clerk BROCHURE
BC Housing Nov 10 - Dec 19, 2008 Janitors  
CP Rail Sept 22 - Oct 21, 2008 Freight Conductors  
CN Rail June 16 - July 25, 2008 Freight Conductors and Track Maintenance Worker  
BC Ferries Mar 17 - April 25, 2008 Terminal Attendant and Onboard Customer Service  
BC Housing Jan 28 - Mar 7, 2008 Non Resident Building Mangers, Janitors and Groundskeepers  
Safeway Nov 5 - Dec 15, 2007 Courtesy Clerk, Cashier, General Clerk, Bakery, Meat, Deli Production Clerks and Starbucks Baristas  
Safeway Sept 10 - Oct 13, 2007 Courtesy Clerk, Cashier, General Clerk, Bakery, Meat, Deli Production Clerks and Starbucks Baristas  
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