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Labour Market Programs and Workforce Skills Development

CME, in partnership with key stakeholders, offers skills development, training and labour market development programs and services to help companies develop their human resources in areas including workforce development, training, essential skills and access to labour-related resources and services.

Programs and curriculum have been developed in collaboration with leading post-secondary institutions and key industry education providers, in addition to community groups and organizations that are working to assist British Columbia's workforce in becoming more competitive.

Our Programs

 

Canadian Manufacturers & Exporters (CME) British Columbia is now offering just-in-time Human resources expertise to help small-to-mid-size manufacturing and exporting employers effectively navigate labour challenges

For more information please contact:

Mary Springer
HR Advisor
(604) 713-7800 x5270
mary.springer@cme-mec.ca


  CertWORK Plus is a national assessment and certification program, developed collaboratively by CME and the Canadian Labour Congress (CLC), for all levels of shop floor production workers and management staff. CertWORK Plus provides national benchmark certifications for these personnel in manufacturing. 


Canada- BC Job Grant   Up to $5 million is available under the Canada-B.C. Job Grant (CJG) Priority Sectors stream for applications from eligible employers, and organizations acting on behalf of employers interested in training new or current employees. Employers or organizations that do not operate in these sectors can apply for funding under another stream. For further information on eligibility requirements of the program see CJG criteria.

Training within Industry (TWI)

Give two employees the same task and chances are they'll each perform it slightly different. For companies who focus on repeating a process, these differences can be costly.

The need to standardize work in the most efficient way is the motivation behind Training Within Industry (TWI).


 

 

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