Is Training your Path to Rewarding Employment?

If training is the only obstacle you face to return to sustainable employment, our Employment Services Centers are here to support you on your path.

While attending training, we can assist with the cost of:

  • Tuition
  • Books and supplies, and more
  • Basic Living Expenses
  • Daycare Costs
  • Commuting and more…

Through WorkBC Personal Supports and Services, our staff can assess your suitability for supported training and your eligibility for financial supports. Clients assessed as requiring training may have access to financial support to obtain qualifications to achieve employment.

The first step is to make an appointment with a Case Manager at one of the our WorkBC Employment Services Centers to verify eligibility

You can learn more about Training and Education on the WorkBC Site.

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Happy Thanksgiving!
Just a friendly reminder that our WorkBC Ashcroft, 100 Mile House and Williams Lake offices will be closed this coming Monday, October 9th for Thanksgiving! We will re-open Tuesday, October 10th at regular hours.
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Remember to check out the Williams Lake Job Fair 2017 today and tomorrow from 10:00am to 3:00pm at the Gibraltar Room located on 525 Proctor Street.

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FREE! S100 Basic Fire Suppression & Safety Training and S185 Fire Avoidance and Entrapment will be offered on October 2 & 3 OR 26 & 27. This 16-hour, BC Forest Service course covers basic firefighti...

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