Programs

Mission Community Skills Centre Society offers a number of services to business, including wage subsidy, unpaid work experience, skills training, entrepreneurial development, job and career fair planning and economic development supports. In keeping with these services, we currently provide business services through the WorkBC and Training for Succe$$ programs, in Mission and Langley.

WorkBC Employment Service Centre:

As a member of Fraser Valley Employment & Support Services Co-operative, Mission Community Skills Centre Society is lead in the delivery of WorkBC ESC services and support measures in Mission, BC. As a well-established, community-based employment and social service provider, we are experienced in working with Clients diverse in age, gender, ability, economic status, ethnicity and barriers to employment or community attachment. We connect business with labour force development services as defined above.

Training for Succe$$ – Mission:

We provide unemployed individuals with skills, training, and possibly short-term industry certified training to find and sustain employment. The program provides six weeks of group and individual-based programming. Week 7 and Week 8 provides short-term certificate training, and additional computer training , or a job with a Targeted Wage Subsidy. The desired program outcome is that participants will be employed, have increased skills and confidence to find employment, or will move into other employment interventions such as further training.

Training for Succe$$ – Langley:

We provide unemployed individuals with skills, training, and possibly short-term industry certified training to find and sustain employment in the retail sector. The program provides six weeks of group and individual-based programming. Week 7 & 8 provides short-term certificate training and additional computer training, plus an additional two weeks of retail specific training support by a potential to connect with the employer through a Targeted Wage Subsidy. The desired program outcome is that participants will be employed, have increased skills and confidence to find employment, or will move into other employment interventions such as further training.