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Training Funds Available for Unemployed Workers
Carlton Trail College participating in provincial, pilot funding program

September 18, 2019 – Due to recent developments in the forestry, steel and aluminum, agriculture, coal, construction, oil and gas and mining sectors, unemployed workers may be able to access funding for training to re-enter the labour market.

The Training Voucher Pilot for Unemployed Workers recently had its program dates extended, meaning that eligible individuals may qualify for funds to participate in approved, training opportunities that start on or before January 14, 2020

Individuals must contact their nearest Labour Market Services Office to determine their eligibility for funding.

Carlton Trail College is a strategic partner in this initiative, offering a variety of training programs and courses within its larger region.

“With recent layoffs in key sectors within the region,” says Deanna Gaetz, Business and Skills Training Manager, “we wanted to ensure workers could be connected to additional training opportunities. We’re pleased our partnership with the Government of Saskatchewan makes this possible.”

For more information, contact:

Deanna Gaetz
Carlton Trail College, Business and Skills Training
Office: 306-682-6851
Email: gaetzd@carltontrailcollege.com
 
Jennifer Brooks
Carlton Trail College, Development and Communications
Office: 306-682-6851
Cell: 306-318-9000
Email: brooksj@carltontrailcollege.com

Printable Media Release

Training Voucher Fact Sheet

 

 

Carlton Trail College Long-term Staff Members Honoured

Andy Burgess (left), Denise Germain (right) and Murray Cook (missing) were recognized for their long-term service to Carlton Trail College.

 

Three long-term staff members were recognized at Carlton Trail College’s Staff Start-Up Meeting held September 1, 2015 at the Uniplex in Humboldt. The three employees recognized for long-term service were Murray Cook, Welding Instructor (10 years), Andy Burgess, VP Finance (15 years) and Denise Germain, Program Delivery Associate (25 years). 

Dr. Ivan Yackel, President and Chief Executive Officer presented each of the employees a certificate of employee recognition and a service award. “On behalf of our Board and Staff, I am pleased to recognize the contribution made by Murray, Andy and Denise.  They have been dedicated to the College, to helping advance education in our region and more importantly, to serving our students,” said Yackel.

The start-up meeting was held to kick-off the new academic year and discuss plans for the future upcoming year.

For more information, contact:

Dr. Ivan Yackel, President and CEO
Carlton Trail College
(306) 682-2623
 
 

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