Case Management services are provided when it is determined that an individual requires more intensive services and supports to meet their employment objectives. It involves working collaboratively with a Case Manager to assess and identify your employment readiness, your specific employment related needs and developing an individualized action plan to support your efforts to achieve labour market attachment.
For those who are registered in an Industry Training Authority (ITA) approved training program and have an Employer Sponsor. Apprentice Financial Supports are provided while participating in the classroom technical components of apprenticeship training.
Eligible clients will develop further awareness and understanding about self-employment and receive training and coaching on how to successfully start and operate a new business.
We understand that finding and hiring new employees can be a challenge, so WorkBC Employment Services Centres in Cloverdale and White Rock connect BC business with qualified local job seekers.
Specialized services provided to people facing multiple barriers to employment or people who are survivors of violence and/or abuse. The services are designed to build on the existing strengths of participants who want to make positive changes in their lives.
The Sources WorkBC Employment Services Centre, offers free employment and empowerment workshops for every client. A variety of topics are available related to preparing for, finding, obtaining and maintaining employment; career exploration, labour market information, resumes, hidden job market, interviews, and more.
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