Case Management Services

Case Management Services

 

 

With the personalized, one-on-one support of a Case Manager, we can help you to achieve your job search, career development, and training goals.

 

 

If you are unemployed or working fewer than 20 hours per week, not currently in school, and legally entitled to work in Canada, you may be eligible for:

  • Financial supports for Skills Training (post-secondary school)
  • Financial supports for short term courses, like First Aid, Foodsafe, or Serving It Right
  • Workshops for Job Searching, Resumes, Cover Letters, Interviews & more
  • Career Assessments
  • Specialized Assessments
  • Job Start supports (equipment, clothing or transportation for a new job)
  • Self-Employment Services to support you while you start a business
  • Work experience placement services such as Wage Subsidy, Customized Employment, or job creation partnerships

Eligibility is assessed on an individual basis, according to each person’s needs, so it's best to talk to us if you have questions.

People with disabilities may be eligible for additional supports, and single parents who receive income or disability assistance may be eligible through the BC Single Parent Employment Initiative.

Contact Us to learn more about Case Management services, eligibility requirements, and how to get started - or drop into one of our Resource Centres.



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The Employment Program of British Columbia is funded by the Government of Canada and the Province of British Columbia