New ASETS Training Application Form
Closing The Gaps (Métis Works)

Closing the Gaps on Métis Education, Employment and Skills

Short Course Application Form
Declaration of Métis Identity Form
Employment Supports Program Application Form

Aboriginal Affairs and Northern Development Canada (AANDC) is committed to providing greater opportunities for Aboriginal entrepreneurs and to helping Aboriginal business owners to succeed in their business goals.

Make a Future is the official job board of British Columbia school districts and First Nations schools. Find teaching jobs, and other careers in education.

ACCESS is an Aboriginal Skills and Employment Training Strategy (ASETS) holder. We are the only urban ASETS in British Columbia serving urban Aboriginal clients throughout Metro Vancouver. Our mandate is to enhance human resource development and the sustainable capacity of the urban Aboriginal population in Metro Vancouver through the provision of employment and training services. ACCESS is responsible and accountable for the programming, delivery, and reporting of results to government and community stakeholders.

Want to become an apprentice?

If you are thinking about a career in the trades, an apprenticeship can help you.

Youth in trades

Discover trades training in the K-12 system. ITA’s Youth Programs give you the chance to try out different trades and get a head start on an apprenticeship while you’re still in high school.

Challenge a trade

Have extensive experience in a trade but have never been certified? You can apply to challenge certification in your trade.

Your career starts here. Search over 100,000 job postings in Canada, create a profile and be matched to jobs that suit you, or get notified of new job opportunities by email.

The Red Seal Program, formally known as the Interprovincial Standards Red Seal Program, is a program that sets common standards to assess the skills of tradespeople across Canada. Industry is heavily involved in developing the national standard for each trade. It is a partnership between the federal government and provinces and territories, which are responsible for apprenticeship training and trade certification in their jurisdictions.

Tradespersons who have successfully passed the Red Seal examination receive a Red Seal endorsement on their provincial/territorial trade certificate. The Red Seal, when affixed to a provincial or territorial trade certificate, indicates that a tradesperson has demonstrated the knowledge required for the national standard in that trade.

WowJobs has partnered with Indeed, the world’s #1 job site, to help you find your next hire. WowJobs users can now create free job postings on Indeed.

Enbridge is committed to doing business with Indigenous contractors and suppliers as a vital cornerstone in its relationship with Indigenous communities across Canada and the United States. Enbridge recognizes the very important contribution that these businesses make each year to the overall economy and we have a long history of partnering with businesses that are owned and operated by Indigenous peoples.

Enbridge may set aside contracting opportunities for qualified Indigenous suppliers and contractors in the project area, and encourages collaborative opportunities between Indigenous businesses and non-Indigenous businesses when it builds capacity and supports mutual business interests.

The Inclusion Network is a fast growing network of Indigenous Candidates and inclusive employers-of-choice. The number of Candidates registered on the Inclusion Network has increased by over 70 per cent in the past two years! Due to the efforts to recruit post-secondary Indigenous grads for the Inclusion Works National Indigenous Recruitment Fair, and get their resume on the network, most new Candidates have a degree from a university, college or technical institute in Canada.

With increasing numbers of employers engaging in Indigenous inclusion and the business case to advance First Nations, Métis and Inuit employees, the Inclusion Network is the "go to" online meeting place for employers to connect with Canada's future workforce.

Neuvoo is a job search engine that started in Quebec about 3 years ago and are now expanded across Canada with approximately 322,000 jobs within Canada of which approximately 42,000 are situated in British Columbia . Some of Neuvoo's referrals include: University of British Columbia, and Government of Alberta