EMPLOYER RESOURCE GUIDE
Drumheller & Three Hills Resources
Please use the comprehensive list below to connect with a wide range of resources to help your organization recruit top talent and develop high-performance staff in the Drumheller & Three Hills area.
Community Service Providers – Supplemental Supports Workwear, PPE
245 3 Street W Drumheller, Alberta
Career Assistance Network
7, 4699 61 Street Red Deer, Alberta
Employment Readiness Supports – including workwear, PPE, etc for those individuals that qualify
180 Riverside Drive E Drumheller, Alberta
Employment Training & Transition Supports – To access service, written documentation is required such as:
- Confirmation of employment for work clothes, tools, equipment
- Bills, receipts or written estimates for vehicle insurance/repairs
- Confirmation of requires supports from the provider of the training program
Employment Service Providers
Careers in Transition Inc
10621 100 Avenue Edmonton, Alberta
Address, Adapt and Excel features adaptive skill training, and provides attendees with tools that help them to adapt to the current labour market given their personal circumstances. You will apply learned skills in real life scenarios and expect to gain understanding in why you do the things you do in work and personal situations, as well as changing your thought process. You will build adaptability and set realistic goals to overcome your fears through experimental mindset. Services provided virtually throughout Alberta
BGS Career Ventures
310, 10665 Jasper Avenue NW Edmonton, Alberta
BGS offers workshops throughout the greater Edmonton region for all stages of employment and career planning. Our Career & Employment Workshops provide information, strategies, techniques, and practical tips to help Albertans prepare for education and the workforce, understand the current labour market, learn effective job search skills, maintain their current employment, and improve their career prospects.
90 3rd Avenue East Drumheller, Alberta
Employment Services will provide high-impact, high-intensity employment supports to individuals 18 years and up who self-declare, or have a confirmed diagnosis from a medical professional, as a person with a disability. Program services will occur in a one-on-one format, where individuals with disabilities will be directly assisted by project staff to access employment services, pursue training, and secure and maintain employment.
One on One Employment Services provides individualized services to job seekers. We help individuals gain the skills to transition into employment with local area employers. Services include guided support for job seekers, resumé writing skills, job search skills, current labour market trends, using technology to perform your job search, interview skills, career counselling and life coaching. Funded training courses, direct job placements, and support for job maintenance may be available.
Academic Express Adult Education & Training
202, 4836 50 Street Red Deer, Alberta
New Futures is a career transition program that provides career development workshops to unemployed and underemployed Albertans living in small towns and rural Alberta. Academic Express partners with Community Adult Learning Centres to deliver training using a multi-site, distant delivery format. Training includes one week of workshops followed by a second week of one-on-one customized assistance, as per student need.
Northwest Aurora Ltd
Box 47051 Creekside, Morely, Alberta
Northwest Aurora provides online and on-site consultation, education, and training in essential workplace skills to Indigenous communities in Canada. Through a broad range of educational training, essential certificate courses, and technology centered workshops, we give individuals the tools and knowledge they need to succeed.
Job Placement Service Providers
Bredin Centre for Career Advancement
500, 5010 43 Street Red Deer, Alberta
Free Recruitment Services - Our team of career specialists know each client and can help you select the best candidate, drawing from a diverse talent pool. Align with us and discover a new competitive advantage.
SkillTech Program - The program enables unemployed Albertans to acquire essential and occupation-related emerging tech skills required in the local labour market, better enabling them to find and maintain employment. Training may include an introduction to Data Analytics, Data Analytics for HR or Sales Professionals, Digital Marketing and Social Media and an Intro to Web Development. Program components include employability skills, occupational skills training specific to Technology and Business, employment placement supports and unpaid work exposure.
5402 51 Avenue Stettler, Alberta
Career & Employment Information Services for Albertans with Disabilities - Job placement services will directly assist with connecting clients to the labour market in a supportive atmosphere
Youth Employment & Skills Strategy - The YESS participant can also receive direct job placement assistance to obtain full-time employment through a Quality Employment Placement and Employment Skills Training Placement and be funded equivalent to minimum wage (with the potential of earning additional income based upon skill levels). There is also ongoing workplace coaching and mentorship opportunities available to enhance your placement success.
One on One Employment Services - One-on-One Employment Services is a government-funded program which provides comprehensive and individualized services to assist both job seekers and employers in rural communities. We help job seekers gain the skills and knowledge to seamlessly transition back into the labour market via meaningful connections to local area employers. Offering Direct Job Placement services.
Safety Training Providers
Workplace Training Providers
Career Assistance Network
601, 7th Street East Drumheller, Alberta
Workplace Training connects unemployed Albertans to employers through On-the-Job Training or Paid Work Experience. The program enables unemployed Albertans to acquire essential and occupation-related skills required in the local labour market, better enabling them to find and maintain employment. Workplace Training is an individual-centered program where decisions are made to best support the needs of the individual. The intent is also to provide incremental training and work experience that would not otherwise occur. Employers are selected based on their ability to provide On-the-Job training or to facilitate the Paid Work Experience component and to provide ongoing employment once the Workplace Training contract is completed.