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The Programs Department oversees ACCESS - funded training projects sponsored by urban Aboriginal organizations in Metro Vancouver.  These project-based training initiatives are designed to assist Aboriginal people to enter the workforce directly or to pursue further education towards high school or post secondary graduation that will eventually lead to future career placements.  The training projects respond to local and Aboriginal labour market needs.  Projects funded may include group skills training, pre-employment/life skills training, external EAS sites, and youth and summer student employment programs. 

Program officer responsibilities for project-based training initiatives include program planning, policy development, call for proposal process, proposal assessment and recommendations, contracting, project activities and financial records monitoring, and agreement follow up and evaluation.  This Department also coordinates ACCESS strategic planning, annual ASETS work plans, annual reports, biannual newsletters, community forums, quarterly reports, trades training activities and financial monitoring, and a variety of other tasks assigned by the President & CEO.

 

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