Category: Employment

Canadian Culture & Communication for Nurses (Manitoba Nurses Union)

The Manitoba Nurses Union has a variety of free online and onsite programs for Internationally Educated Health Professionals to gain communication skills and cultural knowledge which are needed to enter and integrate successfully into the Canadian health care system. CELBAN preparation is integrated throughout the program. There are four modules that are each designed to…

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Economic Development Council for Bilingual Municipalities of Manitoba (CDEM)

CDEM supports entrepreneurs and job seekers from French-speaking countries who immigrate to Manitoba. They help them evaluate business ideas, start-ups or acquisitions and provide business training seminars. Also, under the Premier Choix Program, CDEM helps youths develop employment skills to find and maintain jobs.

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EDGE Skills Centre

EDGE ESL is a service provider for adult newcomers who reside in the St. Vital and St. Boniface areas. We provide LINC (Language Instruction for Newcomers to Canada) and follow the CLB guidelines. Our classes are part-time, Monday to Friday between 9:00 AM and 3:00 PM. We also offer evening classes twice a week from…

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Elmwood Community Resource Centre

We are local non-profit organization in Elmwood that works toimprove the quality of life our community. We offer family counsllingprogram, newcomersettlement, youth employment, after-school youth program, adult literacy, parenting, public computer & drop-in services as well as Essential food program, Wellness workshops and events throughout the year.

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Immigrant Centre

Immigrant Centre is one of Manitoba’s largest Immigrant Settlement Service agencies, providing programs that encompass the newcomer experience from pre-arrival and initial orientation to immediate and long term needs. The Immigrant Centre services include Pre-Arrival, Needs Assessment, Settlement, Employment, Conversation Circles, Nutrition Classes, Computer Training, Interpretation and Translation, Driver’s lessons and Citizenship Test Training, and…

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Jewish Child and Family Service

Jewish Child and Family Service provides a broad scope of settlement services primarily to immigrants/newcomers of Jewish background in Winnipeg and the surrounding area . Services range from pre-migration to integration, employment readiness, counselling/therapy, mandated child welfare, older adult services as well as ready access to all agency programs, all with the goal of assisting…

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Manitoba Institute of Trades and Technology

The Manitoba Institute of Trades and Technology delivers English language classes classes to Canadian newcomers. Both full-time and part-time classes are offered at 609 Erin Street.  Classes include Literacy, CLB 1 to CLB 4, a specialized Pronunciation classes, and a multi-level (Literacy Foundation to CLB 2) Mom and Baby class for women with infants 12…

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Manitoba Start

Manitoba Start connects business to a world-class work-force and is the leading provider of career services for newcomers to the Province. Manitoba Start addresses employers’ recruitment needs by matching the unique skills sets of qualified, job-ready newcomers with employers’ specific job requirements. Manitoba Start is also the first point of contact for newcomers to Winnipeg…

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Neepawa and Area Immigrant Settlement Services (NAISS)

NAISS, Inc. provides settlement services and English language training to clients eligible according to IRCC guidelines.  These services include information and orientation sessions and workshops, social connections, employment services and support services.  Our SPO services area includes 7 communities and 8 rural municipalities.  Our focus is on assisting with full client integration within the community…

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Neighbourhood Empowerment & Resource Centre Inc.

Neighbourhood Empowerment & Resource Centre (NEARC Inc.) is mainly working with newcomer youth (those who have lived in Canada for less than 5 years) between the ages of 18 and 30 years to help them to find them a meaningful job. In order to provide newcomer youth, NEARC provides them training on Canadian Workplace Culture…

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