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Monday, August 24, 2009 Issue 82 - Partners in Promoting Aboriginal Relations: ACCESS Programs for September, BC Hydro Opportunities, Aboriginal Youth Media Team Successes!   VOLUME 6 ISSUE 7  
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Summary of the BCAAFC Gathering Our Voices Conference
Meet the Little Creek Drumming Group
Tsimshian cultural celebration, 4th Annual Tsleil-Waututh Nation Cultural Arts Festival and Sistahood Celebration
ACCESS and MNBC offering Call Centre Technician Training for the 2010 Olympic and Paralympic Games
BC Hydro Postings, Conayt Friendship Cente ED Position, 2010 Connections
CANDO National Aboriginal Economic Development Conference set for Enoch, Alberta in October
ACCESS and BCIT partnering to offer Level 2 and 3 Carpentry Training Program
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Youth Warriors Against Violence Program - as of August 17
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ACCESS and BCIT partnering to offer Level 2 and 3 Carpentry Training Program
Do you qualify for support for this program?

Carpentry Training Program to start October 26, 2009
Register NOW!
This innovative program will include a two-week math upgrade and 12 weeks of level 2 and 3 carpentry apprenticeship training at the BCIT Burnaby campus.The brochure below has lots of information about qualications, or simply contact Helen today for more info or to register - seats will go fast!


Contact Information
For more information, please contact the ACCESS Trades office at 604-922-4077
or e-mail Helen Boyce at Helen Boyce
Employment Assistance Services Offices:
·          ACCESS Employment Assistance Services Suite
o         110-1607 E. Hastings Street Vancouver, BC V5L 1S7 Tel: 604 251-7955 Fax: 604 251-7954
·          ACCESS Aboriginal Connections to Employment
o         390 Main Street Vancouver, BC V6A 2T1 Tel: 604 687-7480 Fax: 604 687-7481
·          ACCESS and MNBC Employment & Training
o         Suite 201-10114 King George Hwy Surrey, BC V3T 2W4 Tel: 604 582-4791 Fax: 604 582-4753
·          Kla-how-eya Employment Services
o         13629-108 Avenue Surrey, BC V3T 2K4 Tel: 604 584-2008 Fax: 604 588-1850
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ACCESS is an Aboriginal Human Resource Development Agreement (AHRDA) holder. We are the only urban AHRDA in British Columbia serving urban Aboriginal clients throughout Metro Vancouver. Our mandate is to enhance human resource development and the sustainable capacity of the urban Aboriginal population in Metro Vancouver through the provision of employment and training services. ACCESS is responsible and accountable for the programming, delivery, and reporting of results to government and community stakeholders


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