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Minimizing gaps in Indigenous early learning

This project aims to find solutions to the shortage of trained Indigenous early learning and child care workers for Micmac communities.

Capturing change in Indigenous labour markets

This project will develop and test a novel solution to document real-time changes in Indigenous labour markets to track and respond to labour market change.

Luminary: Advancing Indigenous innovation

The Indigenous economy will benefit from increased research collaboration, improved knowledge mobilization, new networks and partnerships that advance economic growth, jobs and well-being.

Leadership development for Indigenous communities

Indigenous communities will be empowered through a national Indigenous leadership program with links to industry and career development opportunities.

The Indigenous Employment Hub

The Indigenous Employment Hub can help meet labour needs for future (infrastructure) projects in B.C. and become a model for creating meaningful employment opportunities for Indigenous people.

Upskill and certify Indigenous child and youth practitioners

Create innovative educational opportunities that reduce barriers to Indigenous peoples’ participation and increase the number of Indigenous youth workers with postsecondary certificates who have marketable skills.

Indigenous ICT Development Centre

Exploring approaches to build awareness and capacity in the information and communications technology sector for Indigenous youth and underemployed communities.

Tech-enabled learning programs for the mining industry

Project will be three two-week unique, demand-driven, and blended-learning training programs using VR, eLearning, simulations and in-field competency assessment. Final equipment selection will be aligned to meet the demand-driven needs of the industry partners.

InTeRN: a young, northern workforce enters the world of ICT

A two-year network computer technology program geared to providing entry level skills and supports to Indigenous youth in Northern Manitoba.

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