High River Programs and Services
Experience Counts – Targeted Initiative for Mature Workers
Innovative job search strategies, computer skills training, and personal development – that can help you achieve meaningful and rewarding employment. Next session starts Nov. 8th.
Experience Counts is an MCG program that provides mature workers with the opportunity to update their current skills in a supportive environment, attain and maintain their employment goals through informed decision making, and build their confidence.
This program offers each program participant:
- An in-depth assessment where the participant’s needs are identified
- 6 weeks of in-class professional and personal development
- Ongoing, individualized support until either employment or further education has been obtained
The Province of Alberta is working in partnership with the Government of Canada to provide employment support services and programs.
You may be eligible to enroll if you are:
- Currently unemployed
- Currently having difficulty securing employment
- Ages 45 – 68
- Assists mature Albertan workers to further develop their professional skills and obtain employment
- Offered at no cost
- Funded by the Province of Alberta in partnership with the Government of Canada.
- Minimum of 6 weeks
Industries of Employment/Employers
- Food Services/Hospitality
- Health Care
- Cattle Processing Technician
- Health Care Aide
- Construction Labourer
- Store Supervisor
- Sales Associate
- Class 1 Driver
Is this program the right option for me?
If you are currently unemployed, are 45 – 68 years of age, and are having difficulty finding employment opportunities, then the Experience Counts may be the right choice for you.
Interested in learning more about our Experience Counts Program? Fill out your information on the form below, and one of our career counselors will contact you within 24 business hours.
Work Experience (TIMW) - High River
“This program (Experience Counts) has been such a blessing in many ways. The excellent staff and speakers have been very informative and encouraging. I have always struggled with technology and now have gained an extensive amount of knowledge and confidence. My newly acquired abilities have already benefitted me in my career goals.”