Get Support on the Refreshed WorkBC Employment Services pages

21 June 2016

WorkBC’s Employment Services pages present a wide range of services that could help you find a job and keep it. Either online or in person at your local WorkBC centre, you can find resources to help with job search, employment planning, skills assessment, training, work experience placement and more. 
Check out the Employment Services pages at the refreshed WorkBC website to find these valuable resources:

WorkBC Centres – Unemployed and looking for your next job? Get personalized support through employment services that include in-person guidance, job search resources, skills assessment, training, work experience placement and online services.
Working, but want to improve your career? Visit your local centre’s resource area where trained staff can help you with job search tools and information.

Apprenticeship Training Supports – Are you an apprentice? Unsure how to financially manage the classroom portion of your training? Get information about financial support and a step-by-step guide on how to apply.

Les services d’emploi – Accédez à une gamme de services et de mesures de soutien pour vous aider à trouver un emploi.
Community organizations and employers across B.C. can also get information about building networks to address labour market issues:

Community and Employer Partnerships – Do you want to increase employment opportunities in your community? Learn how local employers and community organizations can create partnerships to support community based projects to address local labour market issues and create jobs.

Labour Market Partnerships – Does your local area face labour force issues or challenges? Find out about funding for projects to support communities and employers to address local labour market needs
Whether you want to strengthen your local economy or get help in finding a job, go to’s Employment Services pages to find resources that can help you.