In this section, you can consult various programs and services that will assist you in your search for a job or for personnel.
During the summer of 2013, the Interprovincial Exchange Program will enable the governments of Alberta and Manitoba to receive university students from Québec in their provincial departments and agencies. In turn, Québec departments and agencies are invited to take in students from the two provinces.
Employers can also use Online Placement services to check out student candidates from universities, colleges and secondary schools or to publish their job offers, including seasonal and part-time work as well as paid internships.
Consulting LMI Online enables students to make informed career choice decisions based on reliable, up-to-date information, especially concerning the job descriptions for over 500 trades and occupations as well as salaries.
It’s also possible to access a business directory by region along with contact information for each firm listed.
Using the LMI Online website, employers can provide a job description for the position being advertised, establish the salary to be offered, verify the requirements for practising a given profession, and enquire about available manpower in the region.
This service facilitates the integration of disabled people in the workplace. Employers are directed toward the resources available in their regions that can provide advice and assistance with respect to hiring a disabled person, adapting a workplace environment, receiving trainees as part of a training program, or for any other question related to the integration of disabled people into their new workplace.
This program is designed to facilitate workforce integration by providing training that leads to a diploma. The training period may last as long as 36 months depending on the level of education of each participant. In an adult education context, the participants move forward at their own pace. The goal of this process is generally a Diploma of Vocational Studies (DEP), an Attestation of Vocational Specialization (ASP) or an Attestation of College Studies (AEC). A support service, group activities, and counselling are also available as a complement to training.