Self-Assessment Questionnaire

COVID-19 and Community and Employer Partnerships

Due to the evolving COVID-19 situation, all project activities must adhere to COVID-19 Guidance and Orders of the Provincial Health Officer and  WorkSafeBC guidelines for COVID-19 and Returning to Safe Operation

When considering a project for funding under the Community Employer Partnership program, applications are assessed against the goals of the program, and current government and ministry priorities. Project enquiries can be sent to:

Notice to Applicants

The Community and Employer Partnership Fund is substantially invested for this fiscal year.  We continue to accept applications and assess those that align with immediate government priorities.  If you have submitted an application the ministry will contact you within 6-8 weeks.

The goals of the Community Employer Partnership Program are:

  • To increase employment opportunities for unemployed British Columbians through the use of partnerships, shared information, technology and innovative practices;
  • To focus on the importance of communities, and build employer partnerships that will identify and create partnership and innovation opportunities that will promote job creation and employment;
  • To support employers in meeting their human resource needs;
  • To help communities and employers identify and respond to labour market needs.

Government and Ministry priorities include:

  • Developing and enhancing the skill level of British Columbians in order to increase their success in obtaining and retaining employment;
  • Ensuring access to BC programs and services;
  • Partnering with employers and communities to address regional and sector specific labour market needs;
  • Continuing to develop Labour Market Information services.

Please click on the link below to begin your Self-Assessment Questionnaire now:

Self Assessment Questionnaire