Ready, Set, Work – Delta
- Residents of North Delta, Ladner & Tsawwassen.
- Canadian Citizen, Permanent Resident or Landed Immigrant eligible to work in Canada.
- Currently unemployed and/or not attending school.
- Have not established an EI claim in the last 3 years and/or maternity leave claim in the past 5 years.
- Individuals who are most likely to benefit from assistance with long term job search, supported work experience, targeted wage subsidy and follow up services.
What we provied:
- Four weeks of facilitated group work, followed by 6 weeks of job development assistance.
- Job coaching and preparation for employment.
- Short term training necessary in today’s labour market.
- Opportunity to train and work with a BC employer.
- Job placement with targeted wage subsidy.
- Up to 3 month follow up support.
Program begins: May 24th
For additional information, please contact: Louise Roberts, Job Developer Boys and Girls Clubs of South Coast BC Phone: 604.591.9116 (ext 105) 3rd floor, 11861 88th Avenue, Delta, BC V4C 3C6
Skills LinkThe Skills Link program assists youth (ages 15-30) who have had difficulties making a successful transition to the labour market. During the 17-week program, participants receive an hourly wage for 5 weeks of classroom training and 12 weeks of work experience. For additional information, please contact: 604-946-8674.
WorkBC Delta Employment Services CentreWorkBC Delta Employment Services Centre provides assistance to unemployed Delta residents with employment, counselling, case management, training funds, workshops, specialized services, and career decision-making needs. WorkBC Delta also provides access to job and career search tools (resource rooms equipped with the latest technology, labour market information, daily newspapers) for unemployed residents who are legally entitled to work in British Columbia. Please click this link to view the WorkBC program orientation: WorkBC Orientation For more info, visit their website at www.workbc.ca.
Contact the WorkBC Delta Employment Services Centre at one of the following:
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