S Aboriginal Mentoring Training Association

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Cook

Loku Japanese Cuisine is looking for skilled Cook. Available position: 1 Hourly Wage: C$17 Working Hours: 40 hours per week Benefit: 10 days of paid vacation per year or 4% of gross salary for vacation pay Language of Work: English Employment Term: Permanent Qualifications: 2~3 years of experience in commercial cooking, completion of secondary school […]

by sushilokuhr on December 11, 20190 Views

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AMTA will close its doors today after receiving notice its federal funding is over, and without future funding commitments in place

        AMTA will close its doors today after receiving notice its federal funding is over, and without future funding commitments in place VANCOUVER, November 3, 2014 – After four and a half years of supplying job-ready candidates to Canadian resource-sector industries, the Aboriginal Mentoring & Training Association (AMTA) is closing its doors, […]

by ahnationtalk on November 3, 20142094 Views

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1000 Aboriginal hires for BC resource sector

1000 Aboriginal hires for BC resource sector AMTA celebrates the achievements of Ryan McDougall, of Lower Nicola Indian Band, on his pathway to become the 1000th employed AMTA candidate VANCOUVER, October 6, 2014 – As the Aboriginal Mentoring & Training Association (AMTA) celebrates 1000 Aboriginal hires, it is proving to be a valuable partner to […]

by mmnationtalk on October 6, 20141727 Views

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AMTA 2020 postponed until Spring 2015

Dear AMTA Community,  We regret to inform you that we have decided to postpone AMTA 2020 until Spring 2015. With feedback on scheduling conflicts from many resource sector partners, our Board and staff feel it is best to reschedule our important event.    We sincerely extend apologies to all who have saved the date.    […]

by ahnationtalk on August 13, 20141409 Views

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Opening Doors for Increased Aboriginal Inclusion

        OPENING DOORS FOR INCREASED ABORIGINAL INCLUSION AMTA’s proven solution to Aboriginal workforce development now available across British Columbia’s resource sector  VANCOUVER, February 25, 2014 – Today, the Aboriginal Mentoring & Training Association (AMTA), formerly the British Columbia Aboriginal Mine Training Association, announced it is making its Aboriginal workforce development solution available […]

by ecnationtalk on February 25, 20141314 Views

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PwC Report Reveals British Columbia Aboriginal Mine Training Association Program Benefits Graduates and the Provincial Economy

     FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE   PwC Report Reveals British Columbia Aboriginal Mine Training Association Program Benefits Graduates and the Provincial Economy  Vancouver, BC – July 24, 2013: A Pricewaterhouse Coopers LLP (PwC) report – Impact Assessment of BC AMTA’s Mine Training Programs – commissioned by the British Columbia Aboriginal Mine Training Association (BC AMTA) has […]

by ecnationtalk on July 24, 20131911 Views

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