What you will learn:
Learners in the AZH program will learn basic life skills, workplace skills, Anishinaabe teachings, cooking, self-reflection, computer skills, First Aid, WHMIS and more. Those who haven’t completed high school will have the opportunity to work towards their GED/OSSD and those interested in pursuing college or university will have the opportunity to complete college prep courses.
AZH program graduates will graduate this program with a certificate of completion, First Aid/CPR, WHMIS, Mental Health First Aid, and other industry-recognized certificates.
Start date: September 2021
Length: 9 months (Sept. to May)
Schedule: 9am to 3pm, Monday to Friday
Location: Fort Frances, ON
Who is eligible?
The AZH program is limited to 12 spots. To be eligible, applicants must be First Nations and 18 years of age or older.
For learners that require assistance, SGEI may be able to provide extra support. Depending on your circumstances, SGEI may be able to provide paid learning opportunities, housing and/or childcare. Be sure to include your needs in your online application.
Applications are open starting June 7 until June 18, 2021. Those successful will be selected for an interview.
If you are not selected for the AZH program, SGEI can provide you with referrals to other SGEI or community programming.
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