YOUTH EMPLOYMENT SERVICES (YES)
This FREE project centers on providing out-of-school youth ages 18-25 with the ultimate goals of helping youth to obtain skills, credentials, work experience, and businesses to connect with a qualified workforce. The individualized services are designed to assist unemployed Albertans, who are not attending an education program under the School Act Career. The YES project contract will serve Youth aged 18 – 25 who experience multiple and/or complex barriers to employment by providing more intensive supports beyond traditional job search and placement opportunities.
The project provides Career Employment Information Services (CEIS) and Job Placement (JP). These services will assist participants to gain and maintain employment. Services length will vary from 1 week to 12 weeks of active service. Job Placement participants will receive case management and follow-up at 30 and 90-day intervals following successful placement.
Individuals who are identified as requiring Career Employment and Information Services (CEIS) will receive one to one or small group delivered workshops. Our Career Development workshops are designed to be delivered in ½ day or full day: Resume, Cover Letter, Conduct of Work, Interview Preparation, Job Search Planning, Computers and Job Search, and Job Maintenance Skills. DFW will also deliver Personal Development workshops: Communication, Working with Others, Understanding Anger, Resolving Conflict, Intra/Inter Personal, Managing Change, and Budgeting.
At the completion of Workshops participants may be eligible for short term Industrial Training and be mentored with a Job Developer to assist and support participants job search and maintain employment.
One-on-One Employment Services (OOES)
DFW is prepared to offer the OOES project in Wetaskiwin and Camrose. OOES will be an innovative project that enables Alberta residents aged 18 and older an opportunity to engage themselves in Job Placement OOES individuals will be provided with the skills and support necessary to secure, retain employment thereby improving their quality of life.
Each participant interaction will vary in duration from 1 to 12 weeks of active services and 30 or 90 days of on the job support dependent on the stream of services they participate in. Our experience indicates that participants respond well to personal and flexible delivery.
Unemployed or marginally employed with the skills and knowledge to attain and maintain employment a qualified workforce. The individualized services are designed to assist these employed or unemployed Albertans, who are not attending an education program under the School Act Career. These services will assist participants to gain and maintain employment. Services length will vary from 1 week to 12 weeks of active service. Job Placement participants will receive case management and follow-up at and 90-day intervals following successful placement.
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Youth Employment Services
The Youth employment centre has programs and initiatives that help young people find jobs in Wetaskiwin. They can provide information about job opportunities, connect youth with potential employers, and offer training and support to help them advance and thrive in the workplace. Youth employment services can benefit both individuals and businesses for Camrose employment.
For young people, the youth employment centre can provide a path into the workforce and help them gain the skills and experience they need to build a successful career. Likewise, businesses can provide a talent pipeline of qualified workers. In addition, by investing in youth employment services and Camrose employment, businesses can help build a stronger community and create social and economic benefits for all.
One-on-One Employment Services
DFW is proud to announce that we will offer the OOES project in Wetaskiwin and Camrose. The OOES project is an innovative initiative that enables Alberta residents aged 18 and older to engage in job placement. Individuals participating in the program will be provided with the skills and support necessary to secure and retain employment, thereby improving their quality of life.
We pride ourselves on being able to provide a personal and flexible service to all of our participants. We know that each person’s situation is unique and that they will require different lengths of time to find sustainable employment. As a result, we offer a range of services that can be tailored to the individual’s needs. Our shortest program lasts for just one week, while our longest program provides twelve weeks of active services, followed by up to ninety days of on-the-job support.
No matter which stream of services our participants choose, they can be assured that they will receive the personalised attention they need to succeed with jobs in Wetaskiwin.
Transition Employment Services
Transition employment services (TES) help individuals prepare for, obtain, and maintain competitive employment. These services can include Camrose job readiness training, job placement assistance, and on-the-job support.
The TES Project is an important step in helping unemployed or marginally employed find and keep employment. The project will provide participants with the services and supports they need to overcome barriers to employment. In addition, the project will help participants to develop the skills and knowledge they need to find and keep a good job.
The TES Project is expected to positively impact the local economy by helping participants find and keep employment. This will help reduce unemployment and improve the community’s overall economic health. In fact, the TES Project is an important initiative that will help to improve the lives of many people in Camrose-Wetaskiwin.
Employment services can provide a range of benefits to job seekers and businesses. For job seekers, employment services can provide access to Camrose jobs, training and development, and career advice. This can help them to find the right jobs in Wetaskiwin for their skills and experience. For businesses, employment services can provide access to a pool of potential employees and help with training and development needs.
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Transition Employment Services (TES)
Transition to Employment Services (TES) will be provided in Camrose-Wetaskiwin. It is expected that the TES Project will have 120 intakes. All participants will be closest to the labour market with EI eligibility, and unemployed or marginally employed adult Albertans who are experiencing barriers to employment and job retention. A minimum of 80% of the participants must meet EI Eligibility requirements.
TES is designed to provide comprehensive and individualized services that enable participants to acquire workplace and occupation related skills to re-enter the workforce as quickly as possible. TES components will include: Direct Employment Placement and Supports and Job Matching. All Clients will receive overall services that include computer literacy, job search techniques, interview skills, resume writing, assessing skill gaps, understanding transferable skills, identifying the hidden job market, researching new sectors, generating employment leads, and direct placement.
Transition to Employment participants may also be approved for up to $2500 maximum for Supplemental and $500 Job Readiness Support. Supplemental training is short-term training that occurs off-site, is delivered by a school or training organization and is a predetermined criterion for employment. Some examples of supplemental training are; safety tickets, computer / software training, and short-term certifications. Job Readiness may also cover costs for necessary PPE or equipment to enable the participant to begin employment.