Calgary Programs and Services
Calgary Career and Employment Centre
Innovative services and supports to help you with career, employment and post-secondary options.
Located next to Southcentre Mall and across from the C-Train Station, the Calgary Career and Employment Centre provides Albertans with employment resources and career and employment coaching at no cost. Working with a Career Coach indivdiualized support will be provided to move the job seeker towards their goal.
Construction Pre-Trades (CPT)
Have you every thought about a career in construction?
Interested in a career in the construction industry? Construction Pre-Trades provides you with the technical skills to obtain employment in a wide number of roles within this busy industry. This program combines hands-on-technical training taught by the experts at SAIT with employability and essential skills training, work experience and job placement supports. Clients also receive certfication in First Aid and CPR, Construction Safety Training System (CSTS), WHMIS and Fall Protection.
Rapid Employment Services (RES)
Ready, willing and able to go to work?
Rapid Employment Services (RES) is a program for job-ready Albertans looking to enter the workplace immediately. RES clients will work one-on-one with a job coach to determine their job search needs and will have access to several services.
RES services include job search techniques, interview skills, resume writing, assessing skill gaps, understanding transferable skills, identifying the hidden job market, researching new sectors, generating employment leads, and direct job placement.
Increase your skills to succeed in the workplace.
This program aims to provide Career and Employment Information Services (CEIS) with a focus on literacy and essential skills development leading to employment and/or training.
- Ages 18 – 64
- Must be unemployed or marginally employed
- Must be ready, willing, and able to work, or return to school
Winning Edge – Workplace Training (WPT)
Do you have lots of skills but aren’t sure what job would be a good fit for them?
Workplace Training partners with employers who can provide individual-centered programs, on-the-job training, and paid work experience. Participating employers agree to train or provide work experience for a predetermined period of time, with the expectation of the individual being able to engage and maintain employment in most cases with the same employer.