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  1. ASETS- Aboriginal Skills and Employment Training Strategy St. Mary’s First Nation

  2. What is ASETS? ASETS- Aboriginal Skills and Employment Training Strategy ASETS was designed to help improve the employment opportunities of Aboriginal peoples and enable them to fully participate in the Canadian economy. ASETS is broke down into 5 categories: • CRF (Consolidated Revenue Fund) • clients that are not EI eligible or Youth • Youth (15-30 yrs) • EI (Employment Insurance) • EI Active or Reachback ( have been on EI in the past 3 years) • Disability • EI Active or Reachback (have been on EI in the past 3 years) • Child Care • Salaries for Day Care Staff

  3. ASETS helps with the following: ASETS provides the following assistance for clients • Tuition Costs/ Registration Fees • Up to 50% of tuition costs • Living/ Training Allowances • Employment Partnerships • Employment Assistance/ Supplies (One time assistance) • Working individuals • Entering into the workforce

  4. Highlights of 2011-2012 • To date ASETS has assisted • 14 clients with Tuitions/Registrations • 7 clients are working in their field of study • 1 Full-time Plumber (Leachman Plumbing) • Indentured 1st year Plumber Apprentice • 1 Full-time Aesthetics (Avalon Spa) • 1 Full –time Aesthetics (Spa Club) • 3 clients are currently still in school • 25 clients with Training / Living Allowance • PSW (Personal Support Workers) • 2 graduated and 2 currently still in the program • 31 clients with work experience • Carpentry, Daycare Staff, Plumbing, Electrical, Vet Assistant, bus monitor, etc

  5. Highlights of 2011-2012 Cont’d • To date ASETS has assisted • 15 Clients were enrolled in the CALP/GED Class • 5 Clients wrote their GED • 1 passed • Working closely with potential funders for clients • PETL (Post Secondary Education Training and Labor) • AWDI ( Aboriginal Workforce Development Initiative)

  6. St. Mary's First Nation ASETS Project Statement Of Revenue And Expenditures And Surplus For The Year Ended March 31, 2012 Revenue:20122011 CRF $220,542.00 $219,924.00 EI $110,525.00 $97,196.00 Youth $33,595.00 $33,595.00 Disability $3,482.00 $1,741.00 Childcare $85,371.00 $85,371.00 Other $395.00 $ - $453,910.00 $437,827.00

  7. Continue Expenditures: Project Expenditures: 2012 2011 CRF $ 213,490.00 $ 220,376.00 EI $ 110,584.00 $ 97,196.00 Youth $ 29,946.00 $ 34,106.00 Childcare $ 83,082.00 $ 84,952. Bank Charges $ 255.00 $ - $ 437,321.00 $436,630.00

  8. Continue 2012 2011 Excess Revenue Over Expenditure For The Year $ 16,589.00 $ 1,197.00 Accumulated Surplus At Beginning Of Year $ 38,647.00 $ 37,450.00 Accumulated Surplus At End Of Year $ 55,236.00 $ 38,647.00

  9. 2011-12Actual Expenditures CRF EI Youth CC Disability Tuition/ Registration $35,539 $25,145 $887 Training/Living Allow $10,581 $1,908 $12,470 Employ/DC/Projects $100,842 $74,535 $7,872 $83,082 Employment Assist $1,242 $647 $1,181 Relocation Assist $1,293 CALP/GED $28,502 Overhead $30,540 Total Budget Spent $209,539 $102,235 $22,410 $83,082 Carry Forward Amount 2010-11 $3,951 $8,312 $8,336 Total Expenditures $213,490 $110,547 $30,746 $83,082

  10. Budget for 2012-2013 CRF EI Youth CC Disability Monitor/ Time Keeper $72,372 Overhead Cost $1,200 CALP/GED $34,774 ADMIN $27,800 AUDIT $1,500 Tuition/ Registration Fees $25,902 $19,553 $8,721 Training / Living Allowance $23,575 $16,415 $12,528 Employment/ DC/Projects $32,907 $72,270 $10,050 $85,368 $3,482 Employment Assist $512 $2,288 $1,500 Relocation Assist $796 Total Budget $220,542 $110,526 $33,595 $85,368 $3,482

  11. 2012-2013 Actual Expenditures CRF EI Youth CC Tuition/ Registration $39,850 $1,639 $5011 Training/Living Allow $26,560 $16,450 $10,991 Employ/DC/Projects $89,818 $79,172 $16,689 $69,838 Employment Assist $1,401 $271 $566 Relocation Assist $32 CALP/GED $24,901 Overhead $30,401 Total Budget Spent $212,963 $97,532 $33,257 $83,082

  12. Budget 2013-2014 CRF EI Youth CC Disability Monitor/ Time Keeper $72,372 Overhead Cost $1,200 CALP/GED $34,774 ADMIN $27,800 AUDIT $1,500 Tuition/ Registration Fees $25,902 $19,553 $8,721 Training / Living Allowance $23,575 $16,415 $12,528 Employment/ DC/Projects $32,907 $72,270 $10,050 $85,368 $3,482 Employment Assist $512 $2,288 $1,500 Relocation Assist $796 Total Budget $220,542 $110,526 $33,595 $85,368 $3,482

  13. Goals for 2013-2014 • Finalize the New Policy Manual for ASETS • Currently still working on the Policy • Work with Education Dept. and Social Dept. to find ways to increase employment for individuals on Social. • Initialized a group to develop a Case Management Project ( In the process) • Increase Partnerships with businesses for Job Shadowing clients interested in taking that specific trade before funding is approved. ---Gabriel Electric ----Housing Dept ----Leachman’s Plumbing

  14. Goal for 2013-2014 Continue • Working closely with the Aboriginal Employment Facilitator (Wanda Paul) • Currently working closely with Penny Polchies the new Aboriginal Employment Facilitator (AWDI)

  15. Questions?