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    Hanna & Area 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 Hanna area.

  • Community Service Providers – Supplemental Supports Workwear, PPE


    Career Assistance Network


    7, 4699 61 Street Red Deer, Alberta



    Employment Readiness Supports – including workwear, PPE, etc for those individuals that qualify


    Alberta Supports

    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


    Hanna Labour Market Resource Centre


    401 Centre Street Hanna, Alberta



    Hanna Learning Centre operates and maintains an up-to-date Labour Market Resource Centre. The centre serves Albertans who require information and assistance to meet their career, occupational, learning, work search, and business needs.


    Hanna Learning Centre


    401 Centre Street Hanna, Alberta



    These services will provide a range of Career and Employment Information Services (CEIS) in an individualized, personal delivery format. The services will focus on supporting Albertans to build employment readiness skills, receive job search support, access funding for short-term courses e.g.: safety tickets, complete job placement, and receive job maintenance support to successfully engage with the labour market as quickly as possible.


    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.


    Career Assistance Network


    7, 4699 61 Street Red Deer, Alberta



    Transition to Employment Services available in rural Central Alberta communities of Rocky Mountain House, Drayton Valley, Rimbey and Ponoka. Transition to Employment Services offer a comprehensive and individualized service that will enable job seekers to acquire the skills needed to re-enter the workforce as quickly as possible. Services include employment preparation support, workshops, individualized coaching, job placement, job matching and unpaid work exposure options




    400, 4406 – 50 Avenue Red Deer, Alberta



    Matching employers with the prequalified and skilled talent is what we do. Every day, we connect more than 600,000 people to meaningful work across a wide range of skills and industries helping to power the success of clients around the globe. From temporary staffing to managing independent contractors we have the solution for your workforce challenges


    Opportunities Knock program provides job placement services supporting unemployed individuals, from entry level skills to professionals, who are job ready and motivated for finding full-time employment as quickly as possible.




    401 Centre Street Hanna, Alberta



    One-on-One Employment Services - supporting Albertans with Workforce Development services to connect individuals with various skill levels and/or barriers to employers needing roles filled to learn new skills, receive on-the-job experience, and gain healthy workplace practices. Lynks staff work with employers and employees to bridge gaps that may be identified for successful employment.

    Safety Training Providers


    Safety Stop Harvest Sky


    221 2 Avenue W Hanna, Alberta


    Workplace Training Providers


    Career Assistance Network


    104 Fox Lake Trail, Hanna, 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.