ACCESS Essential Skills for Aboriginal Futures
ACCESS became aware of Essential Skills in 2005. At that time, we were all new to the concept but interested in finding out more, so we invested in ES training with Douglas College and were open minded and optimistic to see where it would take us. It didn’t take long for us to recognize the benefit that ES would make in improving our client’s achievement abilities towards their training and employment goals.
Our objective is to level the playing field for our clients by equipping them in advance to succeed in training and employment by building up their Essential Skills abilities and self-confidence.
Our program uses an innovative approach that focuses on specific skill development related to the job or training goal. Learning is in a classroom environment and consists of experiential group learning and one to one teaching.
Cori Thunderchild, ACCESS
#201-681 Columbia Street New Westminster, BC