GROUP TRAINING PROGRAMS -

SKILLS DEVELOPMENT

GROUP TRAINING PROGRAMS: 

 

The Group Based Program provides financial assistance for group skills training activities delivered in a supportive environment under a project based training model. Programs are undertaken in a group or class size setting, and may be customized to each individual employment outcome and/or First Nation community. 

Focus on administrative technical skills needed to meet the demands of the current and emerging office environment.Theory and practice for you to succeed in an entry-level administrative position.  

EXAMPLES OF LABOUR MARKET PROGRAMMING:

Below are just a few examples of Group Training Programs available to First Nation communities we assist in sponsering. For more infomation on the highlighted progams click on.

 

This Financial Funded Program is individualized at the local community level. If you are interested in such programming, please see your community contact or training and employment coordinator within your community. Click here to go to your community.

 

If you are a SAH and require more information pertaining to the program, please contact your FPDI Program Coordinator.

Consider this program if you are an Aboriginal student looking for an introduction to a wide range of trades careers so you can prepare to enrol in RRC trades programs.

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This H2S Alive course covers the physical properties and health hazards of H2S, how to protect oneself, basic rescue techniques and basic rescue equipment.

To learn more just click on one of the programs below:

You will develop the knowledge and skills required to disassemble, inspect, machine, calibrate and reassemble motor vehicle units and components.

Basic working knowledge of all areas of metal working and spray painting. You will develop the skills and knowledge to repair damaged vehicles, including all phases of autobody repair and painting.

Knowledge of woodworking machines, blueprint reading and sketching, safe working practices and a familiarity with the materials and procedures needed to enter related occupations.

Skills you need for employment in the construction industry, public utilities, motor repair facilities, or manufacturers and distributors of electrical equipment.

Basic knowledge and skills you need to perform routine maintenance and repairs to vehicle systems and components.

This program provides you with the skills and knowledge required for entry-level employment in the outdoor gasoline-powered equipment repair field.

This program develops the knowledge and skills you need to install and repair piping systems in residential and commercial buildings.

Knowledge of manufacturing processes including conventional machining and metal forming operations, composites, and advanced manufacturing methods.

Refrigeration and air conditioning technicians or mechanics install, repair, service, and design residential, commercial, and industrial HVAC/R (heating, ventilation, air conditioning, refrigeration) equipment.

If you are a SAH and require more information pertaining to the program, please contact your FPDI Program Coordinator.