Trade Winds to Success. A Proven Aboriginal Recruitment & Pre-Apprenticeship Program. Trade Winds Track Record. Since 2005 . . . 38 program intakes 572 students graduated 94% of students employed. Our Partners. What we do.
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A Proven Aboriginal Recruitment
& Pre-Apprenticeship Program
Since 2005 . . .
Recruit, prepare, and place Aboriginal people into apprenticeship positions with Alberta companies
The Aboriginal population is the fastest growing in Canada, nearly 50 percent of which is below the age of 25. This represents a significant pool of largely untapped labour. To maximize this resource, relevant stakeholders (industry, governments, Aboriginal leaders, community leaders, educators and trainers) at the regional level need to accommodate cultural differences and identify training needs.
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Trade Winds to Success
Memorandum of Understanding for First Nation Education in Alberta
Insight West Research – “The Future Starts Now” - Economic Space for First Nations, Report
Paul Martin’s Promising Practices in Education
The Circle – On Philanthropy and Aboriginal Peoples’ in Canada