Our Employment and Training Coordinator works for the Okanagan Indian Band (OKIB) with the Okanagan Training and Development Council (OTDC) to provide funding for all OKIB members and any indigenous persons living in the OTDC service area. The program strives to increase individual self-efficacy towards meaningful employment through supports for education, training, and career building.
All indigenous people living in the OTDC service area regardless of status (Status, Non-Status, Inuit) are eligible for support.
To start services or apply for funding, complete the intake forms below and schedule an appointment with the Employment and Training Coordinator.
Employment Service Program
Objective: To deliver employment services to clients and communities
Objective: To purchase institutional training from a public or a registered private institution on behalf of clients.
Objective: To assist youth & students in preparing for their future entry into the labour market.
Human Resources Development
Objective: To assist individuals (on EI or Reachback) to prepare for, obtain & maintain employment or self-employment.
Objective: To assist employers to upgrade the skills of employees through purchase of training
Job Development Wage Subsidy
Objective: To assist long-term unemployed by providing training and/or work experience opportunities that should lead to continuing or future employment for individuals requiring assistance to overcome labour market barriers.
- Assistance with your resume
- Job Search & Job Boards
- Resource Libraries/Computer Access
- Employment & Occupational Counselling
To read more about these programs please visit: https://www.otdc.org/programs
Indigenous Labor Market Initiative + Employment & Training's Community Job Board
-Located outside lower health building/social development Office
-Open to all community members
-Online version available to those registered in ILMI database
-Updated every Monday afternoon
For more information please contact:
Renee Fairgrieve - 250-938-1465
Youth Summer job search
Use this link to register: https://secure.indigenouslmi.c...
Supportive Care Assistant Program
The Supportive Care Assistant program will run from June 19th to September 27th. This 6-week program is fully subsidized and is offered online with a 5000.00-dollar stipend for completion and entrance into the field.
For more information or to apply please contact: Leanne at Okanagan College – [email protected]
Or visit the Employment and Training Website Page https://okib.ca/departments/education/employment-and-training-otdc
Education and Training Coordinator
For additional funding information please visit http://www.otdc.org/