The Succeeding at Work (SAW) Program is a free training program offered in six provinces across Canada (British Columbia, Alberta, Manitoba, Ontario, New Brunswick, and Nova Scotia). The program focus is on participant pre-assessment and evaluation throughout training and post-employment. Working with employers to find the right fit, this initiative is intended to be an employer-driven model, featuring approximately seven weeks of industry approved curriculum along with personal and professional development.

HOW DOES IT WORK?

Training Categories Include:

  • WORKPLACE ESSENTIAL SKILLS 
  • TECHNICAL SKILLS /FOOD SAFETY SKILLS 
  • EMPLOYABILITY SKILLS 
  • PERSONAL DEVELOPMENT /SOFT SKILLS

The SAW curriculum features 34 courses, of which more than 20 are nationally recognized workplace sector specific industry courses. The curriculum features a blended approach to learning with a classroom learning environment tat includes both hands on and online content. The training will be followed with a three-week employer paid job placement where we evaluate employer feedback. For more information or to apply to this program visit succeedingatwork.ca