Apprenticeship Services Webinar – Don’t Leave Money on the Table
Apprenticeship Services Webinar: Don’t Leave Money on the Table!
Get Up To $20,000 For Registering 1st Year Apprentices! Last fall, the BC Construction Association (BCCA) launched an industry-wide apprenticeship hiring and registration drive to support small and medium construction employers across BC.
Whether you’re promoting a current employee into apprenticeship or hiring new talent, the $21M in funding provided by Government of Canada Apprenticeship Services is an important financial opportunity for your BC contracting business.
Up to $20,000 is available per employer, with no restrictions on how your business can use those funds once received. Find out who is eligible, how to apply, and what BCCA is doing to find new talent on your behalf. By the end of this session you’ll have a clear, actionable path to making the most of this important opportunity.
We’ll also provide a high-level overview of complementary, valuable funding and service opportunities available at no cost to help you build your best crew. Register to attend this valuable, informative, and actionable session!
Complimentary To All Members
Kelsey Botting | Assistant Manager of BCCA’s Apprenticeship Services
Kelsey has a background in engineering and recruitment. She has worked with BCCA’s Skilled Trades Employment Program and the Canadian Home Builders’ Association. She enjoys being creative, solving problems and working with people. Kelsey is excited to promote construction careers to help both employers and job seekers succeed!
Chris Atchison | President, BC Construction Association (BCCA)
Chris is the President of the BCCA, the largest and most inclusive construction organization in the province. He has an extensive background working in the association space with a passion to innovate and drive member value. Chris has developed an expertise for working collaboratively to ensure optimal results for employers, members, communities, and funders.
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