Get the skills and training you need by finding your local Indigenous service delivery organization

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Step 1: What Indigenous service delivery organizations offer

Indigenous service delivery organizations offer a variety of employment services based on the needs and priorities of First Nations, Inuit, Métis and urban/non-affiliated Indigenous people. Organizations will link your training needs to the job market by providing you with the skills and training you need to help find a job.

These organizations provide a suite of skills development and job training, from essential skills such as literacy and numeracy to more advanced training for in-demand jobs. They also offer a range of wrap-around services (such as help with child care supports and transportation) while you're training to achieve your long-term career goals.

Step 2: Find an Indigenous service delivery organization in your community

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First Nations service delivery organizations

Inuit service delivery organizations

Métis service delivery organizations

Urban/Non-affiliated service delivery organizations

Step 3: Get training and find a job

After you receive training, service delivery organizations may be able to connect you to the type of job you're looking for. Get in touch with your local service delivery organization to find out what's available in your community.

Jobs are also available through Job Bank. Find out what jobs are available by signing up for Job Match, where you can find jobs in your community and receive job alerts.

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