Programs

EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES! MARCH 2015 START DATE

Are you Aboriginal, Status/Non-status, or Inuit? Are you a second or third year apprentice? Are you interested in advancing your apprenticeship?

NENAS is seeking carpenters, plumbers, and electricians to commence construction on our new daycare center. We would also like to hire a general laborer that is interested in pursuing an apprenticeship.

Contact our main office for more information and speak to Kellie Antle, Margrit Carter, or Shannon Morrow @ 250-785-0887

Address your resumes to:

 North East Native Advancing Society
Community Projects
10328-101 Avenue
Fort St. John, BC V1J 2B5
 

The Pipeline Craftsmanship Training course is designed for people who would like to explore a career in one of Canada’s most demanding, fast paced work environments, Pipeline Construction.  Workers will need physical strength and stamina, manual dexterity and about all safety conscious attitude. Pipeline construction is a team effort where up to 80% of the workforce is labour intensive.

Class Coverage:

Students will learn the history, types, and uses of pipelines throughout the world. After, the students are familiar with the reasons why pipelines exist and what is produced through them.

 Do you like teamwork and a challenging work environment?
Do you like working in a variety of locations?
Do you like being rewarded for a job well done?
Do you like working outdoors doing applied work in different seasons?
Do you enjoy working with technology?
Do you enjoy tangible, practical tasks?
Are you conscientious about risk and the well-being of others on the job-site?
 
IF YOU ANSWERED ANY OF THE PREVIOUS QUESTIONS WITH “YES,”
THEN A PIPELINING LIFESTYLE MAY BE FOR YOU.