WBF Introduces the Trans Mountain Pipeline Construction Labourer Training Program
Starts July 4, 2017
Application Deadline: April 17, 2017
This program will prepare Indigenous women for safe and productive entry into the pipeline construction field.
The 8-week program covers safety training, workplace procedures, workplace culture preparation, fitness awareness, financial literacy, career development, cultural programming, hands-on skills training and job search skills.
All training will take place at WBF’s classroom and training facility in Edmonton, while the employment opportunities with the construction of the expansion project are located within the Project corridor between Strathcona County and the BC/AB border. Housing at WBF, which includes 42 self-contained subsidized apartments, 18 of which are for single mothers with children, will be available for women during the program.
Upon successful completion of this program, employment assistance and job retention support is provided to ensure a strong return on investment for the sponsor, the graduate and Women Building Futures.
Please Note: Acceptable file formats are PDF or WORD files emailed as attachments to firstname.lastname@example.org. We also accept faxed documents at 780-452-1279, or by mail or delivery at 10326 107 Street, Edmonton, AB T5J 1K2. All other formats and online links will be disqualified. Thank you for your cooperation.
To apply to the program, fill out our NEW application forms :
If you are applying for funding for your tuition and living expenses you must attend an Information Session and Career Decision Making Workshop.
If you have questions or need help filling out the forms, a WBF Student Recruitment Advisor can help you:
Phone: 780-452-1200 or Toll free 1-866-452-1201
This program is sponsored by