While this page is up and running we were hoping to have all the required pieces in place for you, but sometimes things don't always work out the way you planned, unfortunately we're still ironing out the kinks, so please bare with us. Getting to Home is a relatively new program for the Skills Centre, therefore not everything is in place yet.
The primary goal of WICWP is to support inclusive, welcoming and vibrant communities in B.C. where immigrants can realize their full potential, racism is eliminated, and cultural diversity is valued and celebrated. With this in mind, the Welcoming Communities program delivers workshops to businesses interested in learning more about making your workplace an inviting place for immigrants.
The Welcoming Communities program helps employers integrate new immigrants into the workplace. We facilitate workshops on the subject as well as work with employers one-on-one. If you are a new immigrant looking for information which will provide you with additional support, please click on the following link: Welcome Map
Are you an new immigrant looking for work in the Trail area? The Skills Centre may be able to help with the Skills Connect program, call us today to find out if you qualify: 250-368-6360. Also check out the Welcome Map for information that may help you with other aspects of finding your way around a new community.
Canada Summer Jobs is a Government of Canada initiative that provides funding to help employers create summer job opportunities for students. It is designed to focus on local priorities, while helping both students and their communities.
What are you passionate about? What would you like to do every day? Do you find your current career or job fulfilling? These are some of the questions you need to ask yourself in order to get answers to important aspects of your career. You need to understand what is important to you and what matters the most. The Skills Centre offers a variety of one-to-one career assessments in order to help you answer these and many other important questions in the career planning process.
16 years or older and working 19 hours or less per week?
If you fall under any of these two categories we have lots of ways to help!
For over 15 years the Skills Centre has been successfully helping people find a direction. We offer one-to-one appointments with a Career Counsellors in order to assist you with career decision-making, job search, training, or, tips on how to keep a job. Make an appointment or register online (see the sidebar) to explore the following services:
Whether it is finding the right job, advancing your career, getting trai-ned, discovering your HR
needs, or starting a social enterprise we’re here to help you map your future. Give us a call or email us to start planning today.