Bredin offers employment training and services to unemployed and underemployed Canadians, as well as to newcomers settling in Canada.

Bredin offers various programs and resources to meet your needs. Our Employment Centre provides group and one-on-one training to help you identify career opportunities, prepare for interviews, and build your resume. When you reach your goal of employment, we stay connected to provide one-on-one coaching and support through some of the challenges you may face in a new role, helping to ensure success and stability.

We are committed to your success.

CareerLink

CareerLink assists clients with various skill levels to help them to participate fully in the workforce. Our program is designed to develop strategies and enable unemployed and underemployed Albertans to work towards and succeed in successful employment.

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BredinWorks

Our no-cost program helps you understand and successfully navigate the licensure and credentialing process in Canada as well as obtain employment in your area of training.

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1-Step Employment

Bredin can help when you arrive in Alberta to settle into the community and connect to employment. Our staff are here to support and guide you on your journey.

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WorkSource

WorkSource Career and Employment Services are provided at no cost and are designed to help you reach your career and educational goals. Whether you want help with all aspects of your job search or just want to drop in to our resource center for advice, we're here to help you. We provide employment and recruitment related supports to both job seekers and employers in Parkland County and rural regions west of Edmonton.

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DiversityWorks

The DiversityWorks program connects you to the right employers. Employers are eligible to receive financial support to ease the hiring process.

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Bredin Employment Centre

The Bredin Employment Centre offers programs and services to assist you with finding employment that matches your skills and interests and meets your career and education goals.

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