Express to Success Agri-Food & Beverage Processing Employment Program

6 Week PAID Training (Indigenous Program)

(Serving Langley and surrounding communities)

6 Week PAID Training (Indigenous Program)

Are you a Metis, First Nations, Non-Status, registered on or off reserve, Inuit or other Indigenous youth between the ages of 15 and 30? Are you looking for work in the $100 Billion a year Agri-Food & Beverage industries?

Do you live in the North Fraser region? (E.g. Mission, Abbotsford, Chilliwack, Agassiz, Hope)

Did you know that 1 in 8 jobs in Canada are in the Agri-Food & Beverage industries?

The Express to Success program is designed for youth to develop the skills, training and work connections for jobs in:

  • Food & Beverage Processing
  • Greenhouse & Horticulture
  • Meat, Dairy & Eggs
  • Produce & Vegetables
  • Craft Breweries & Vineyards
  • Food & Beverage Service
  • Deli & Baked Goods
  • Manufacturing…and so much more!

If you need a job, get started on your path to success, with Express to Success!

Who is Eligible for this training?

  • Anyone aged 15-30
  • Currently unemployed
  • Legally entitled to work in Canada
  • …and ready to work!

This program includes 6 weeks of PAID in-class training and certificates that include: Occupational First Aid Level One, WHIMS, Introduction to Food Processing & Food Safety, Occupation Safety…and more. Transportation is provided!

Our next session starts: November 16, 2020 (Class runs Monday – Friday from 9:00 am-3:00 pm).

Seats are limited so contact us today!

Express to Success is a Mission Community Skills Center program in partnership with Seabird Island College.

Express to Success is located at: #103-5844 Glover Road Langley, BC V3A 4H9 (Corner of Glover Road & Duncan Way – next door to the Kwantlen University Langley campus)

Funded by the Government of Canada’s Youth Employment and Skills Strategy.

If you would like additional information, please contact us at the contact info below:

Job Coach / Facilitator – Express to Succe$$ Program
#103 – 5844 Glover Road, Langley, B.C.V3A 4H9
Phone: 604-427-1991

Register  Download the Express to Success Program Flyer


Express to Success is one of our longest running programs to date.  This program prepares youth (between the ages of 15 and 30) who are seeking employment, with skill-sets and industry specific training in the Agriculture based environment, allowing opportunities for employment in all areas of Food and Beverage Processing and even manufacturing support.

The objective of this program is to train and focus eligible participants to enter the Agriculture Food and Beverage Processing and Manufacturing fields in various positions by providing a means for employers to obtain well trained employees while reducing the usual associated start-up costs associated with new hires.

Listed below is a summary of the extensive training the Express to Success program provides:

  • Personality, interpersonal skill assessments and testing to ensure the right fit for hiring
  • Enhanced communication and customer service focused training
  • Occupational First Aid Level 1, WHMIS, BackTalk, INTRISK Intro to Manufacturing Food Safety training on food processing hygiene, food safety, cross contamination and more, BC Manufacturing Safety Alliance Seminars in Occupational Safety, Inspections, Incident Investigation, Hazard Identification and more…
  • Basic computer operation, internet and word processing skills
  • Time and stress management, conflict resolutions, problem solving workshops

If you would like additional information, please contact us at the contact info below:

Job Coach / Facilitator – Express to Succe$$ Program
#103 – 5844 Glover Road, Langley, B.C.V3A 4H9
Phone: 604-427-1991

Download the Express to Success Program Flyer

An Express to Success Story

On the 6th of July, 10:06 in the morning. I received an email from Aaron informing me that someone had dropped out of the program during the first day and had a spot available. Later that day I had my interview with Aaron and I was in for the ride. Yes, I almost did not make it to this program. Thinking back about it, I am really grateful that things worked out and I made it, otherwise I would have missed out on so many things, technical, and personal.

I’m sure many of the members of this program share the same sentiment as me when I say I have learned so many things from the curriculum, Aaron our facilitator and the other members.

I learned:

  • To make my resume more attractive
  • To express myself better to help others understand me through the assessments
  • How to better prepare for interviews
  • Occupational First Aid
  • Conflict Resolution
  • WorksafeBC WHMIS Occupational First Aid
  • To network better
  • Where to find opportunities with the resources the program shared with us
  • My self-worth and increased my self-confidence.

And many more skills and lessons that for now I might not recognize that I have learned from the Express to Success program, but will one day appreciate down the road!

Over all I had a wonderful time, learned a great deal of things, weather it be technical or just life lessons from Aaron or the other members of the group, and I am truly grateful of the time in Express to Success.

For members of Express to Success, please keep in touch!

Rozelle Lucenio

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Funding for this program provided by the Government of Canada

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Whether you are looking to hire your next great employee, or want to get the skills you need for the job market, we are here to help. Contact us today!