Workplace training for Businesses
We provide online, and in-person custom training programs to help new employees meet the demands of the workplace. Our Training for Employment team provides employers with recruitment support, workplace training, training allowances and wage subsidies. Our customizable training programs equip trainees with workplace specific and transferable soft skills necessary for success in the workplace. To request more information, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Community Requested Training
We work with First Nations communities to deliver training programs on-location. Inquire below using our contact form and we will work with you to design a program specific to your community’s needs.
Training Programs for Individuals
Get employment ready and apply to one of our training programs today! The SGEI Training for Employment team provides valuable hands-on learning opportunities to help individuals prepare for employment. Check our Events Calendar for upcoming training opportunities.
Some common training programs we provide include:
This two-part program trains individuals for the workplace and, upon program completion, partners with local employers to provide trainees with quality employment opportunities.
Hospitality & Tourism
Learners in the hospitality and tourism training program gain experience and certifications required for work as a front desk agent, housekeeper and food and beverage server.
The eight-week ETS4S program prepares learners for the workforce or a higher-skilled job. Participants learn document use, writing, basic math, digital technology, resumé writing, interview prep, plus other technical and sector-focused skills.
Construction Craft Worker
The Construction Craft Worker program covers a broad base of construction skills seen in residential, commercial and industrial settings including using power tools, operating machinery, working with concrete, erecting and dismantling scaffolding and more.
Workforce Literacy and Essential Skills (WLES)
The 40-day WLES program develops learners communications, math, document use and employability skills for the demands of the workplace. The program uses a blended delivery model in which learners participate in group-based activities, independent work and online learning.
The line cook program teaches the basics of the food industry using coaching, self-study, and applied learning in addition to hands-on kitchen experience.
Other Training Programs
Other training programs include:
- Freshwater fishing guide
- Camp services
- Leadership development
- Pre-employment training, mining specific
- Maajii-Anokiidaa (employment preparation)
- Residential Trades
- First Aid, CPR
- Safe Food Handling
- Smart Serve
- Training at Heights
- Safe boating
- Service excellence (customer service)