Journey to Success

5-week Pre-Employment Program



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Program Objectives:
Journey to Success is designed to assist Indigenous people with finding and maintaining employment. This program prepares and certifies participants so they have the skills and certifications required for employment. Our goal is to help participants obtain higher paying and long-term employment opportunities.

Journey to Success

  • 5 Weeks in Class
  • 6 Months followup (assisted job search, etc)
  • Personal and Employment Skills Development
  • An Employment Resource Centre
  • Individualized Service Plans
  • Culturally based life skills management
  • Computer Skills
  • Labor market awareness
  • Resume writing and job search techniques
  • Standard occupational safety certification and exposure courses (WHIMIS, TDG, CSTS, First Aid/CPR, other tickets may be considered depending on work opportunity)
  • Eighteen years old
  • Stable residence
  • Be in good physical and mental health
  • Must be ready, willing and able to start employment
  • Must not be taking any other training or employment program funded by Alberta Employment & Immigration
  • Must maintain contact with staff for six months upon completion of program
*All applications will be considered
*Upon successful completion of training, participants are assisted in finding employment. 
*Staff support students in maintaining their employment from start to finish


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*Mobius Check* (found at the bottom of the application below) is a required part of the application process. Mobius is used solely for the purpose of verifying your eligibility in our program and data entry for progress while in the program.

Journey to Success
Journey to Success
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Tell us about your last job

Start date - End date
Example: no driver's license, criminal record, lack of child care, etc
In order to advocate and offer the best support for our students, it is necessary for the staff of the JTS program to have your consent to gain general information about you. Due to policies from other agencies such as AB Health, AB works, Children's Services, Daycare Subsidy, AB Human Resources, Bent Arrow workers and employers, it is sometimes necessary that we forward a student's 'signed authorization form' to the agency we need information from. PLEASE NOTE: we will be conducting a MOBIUS (Gov. of AB) database search to ensure that you meet the program eligibility requirements and that you are NOT currently involved with any other employment or training program. WE MAY BE IN CONTACT WITH YOUR INCOME SUPPORT WORKER FOR FOLLOW-UP PURPOSES AND TO UPDATE AND REVIEW YOUR PROGRESS. All of this information will be strictly confidential during your involvement with the program and will only be shared with government agencies and band offices for funding, confirmation of enrollment and follow-up purposes. Only the JTS program staff and the involved parties will have access to the information collected during the duration of our service delivery. All information collected in accordance with the Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act of Alberta (FOIP), will be used for the purpose of service assessment and delivery of services. By choosing the yes box, you understand the conditions outlined above and all questions have been answered correctly. Furthermore, you understand that this consent remains in effect for the duration of services up to the 180 day follow-up period.