Acquired Brain Injury (ABI)
The ABI program is a referral-based program for individuals with a moderate to severe brain injury. Participants are paired with a Community Support Worker to help prepare for and attain meaningful employment.
Choices - Saskatoon
This is a referral-based program for individuals involved with provincial corrections or have recently been released from a correctional facility and are looking for employment.
Many of our candidates already have training and licenses for their chosen profession.
New Opportunities for Work (NOW) - Regina
The NOW Program assists individuals experiencing barriers to employment find and maintain employment in the community. With skills training and work placement experience, the goal is to support participants in preparing for competitive, community-based employment.
EmploymentWorks – Saskatoon
Launched in 2015, EmploymentWorks is a pre-employment training program designed for those who identify on the autism spectrum or for individuals experiencing disability. SaskAbilities has partnered the Sinneave Family Foundation to offer a program that provides skills training and community experience to individuals with autism or experiencing disability.
For more information about this program, visit employment-works.ca
Youth Employment Program - Swift Current
The Youth Employment Program aims to support youth aged 15 to 30 as they prepare to enter the workforce, many for the first time. Participants meet once a week in a classroom setting to learn pre-employment skills like resume building, interview skills, appropriate dress and interpersonal communication skills. They also tour various businesses to explore areas of their interest and make connections with employers.
Work experience is a 6-month program involving three to four placements in the community for individuals with little or no prior work experience. Our goal is to provide individuals with valuable hands-on experience in a real work environment and build relationships in the business community.
In this partnership model, the emphasis is on the development of skills by learning specific tasks. Participants are provided with a training allowance at no cost to the employer, and an on-the-job training mentor works closely with the trainee to monitor progress.
To find out more about the employment programs near you, contact one of our Partners in Employment offices.