Employer and Partnerships Program

Program Overview

This program provides a variety of incentives that encourage local employers to employ NPAAMB clients. By teaming up, local employers can expand their services or simply share information and coordinate efforts. Employing NPAAMB’s youth clientele is an excellent opportunity to take of advantage of the fastest growing demographic in Canada, while supporting youth employment opportunities within your community.  

The program can also assist local employers: 

  • Acquire trained employees 
  • Fill entry-level skilled & unskilled positions 
  • Bring diversity and fresh talent to your workplace 
  • Prepare for the future by building a sustainable workforce 
  • Connect to Aboriginal youth and local communities  
  • Reduce the costs of recruitment and training retention  

Services for Employers

Recruitment  

NPAAMB can pre-screen candidates. We will identify our client’s skills, interests, experience, and capabilities to make sure that they meet your recruitment requirements.  

Wage subsidy 

NPAAMB can pay a portion of the wages of a NPAAMB client (limitations apply) 

Pre-employment training 

NPAAMB can cover the cost of training your new employee, if eligible. NPAAMB provides employment readiness and retention preparation to its client pool and could include: WHIMIS, customer service, specialized pre-entry training, licensing costs, etc.  

Mentoring and support 

Our Youth Service Officers will work closely with you and your candidate to ensure a positive work experience.  

Why hire a NPAAMB client?

Throughout the years, NPAAMB has partnered with Conestoga College Institute of Advance Learning and Technology, Niagara College, as well as the Ogwehoweh Skills and Trades Training Centre to train select urban Aboriginal youth in various industries to prepare them for employment.  

Our training programs provide participants with the technical skills necessary to create pathways to careers which are complimented with life skills, job readiness and essential skills training to create a harmonious transition into the workforce for both the employee as well as the employer.  

In 2018, we are seeking work experience placements in the following fields:  

  • Apprentice Welding (SMAW – GMAW – FLUX CORD)  
  • Production Welding (GMAW) 
  • Apprentice Millwright  
  • Residential Construction  
  • Healthcare  
  • Hospitality  

Eligibility

  1. For-profit business 
  2. Not-for-profit business 
  3. Public health institutions 
  4. Educational institutions 
  5. Other  

Program Details

Cost No fee

How to Apply

To provide an entry-level position by way of an 8-week, wage subsidized, work placement in one of the above fields or for more information, please contact:

 

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