Client Services

Metis Employment & Training provides a wide range of services to clients seeking employment and training assistance. Our friendly staff team is available to provide individual employment needs assessments and to assist clients in the development of career goals and employment action plans.

MET Client Services Postcard

Services Available

  • Employment / Career Counseling
  • Information on:
    • employment opportunities
    • Manitoba's labour market
    • training & career options/opportunities
    • bursary and scholarships
    • community resources
    • educational institutions
  • Job search assistance including resume & cover letter preparation
  • Computer access for job search purposes
  • Financial assistance for skills training and employment programs and opportunities
  • Opportunities with employers to obtain valuable hands-on work experience
  • Referrals to employers for direct employment opportunities

Who Can Participate?

You may be eligible for our employment programs and services if you are:

  • a Metis, Non-Status or Inuit individual and are a resident of Manitoba
  • unemployed, under-employed or at risk of losing your job and actively seeking employment

However, job search support assistance is available to anyone requiring assistance.

Eligible Training

  • Occupational or Industry recognized skills training
  • Trades and Apprenticeship training
  • Co-operative education programs
  • Final year of study in a first undergraduate degree program
  • Academic upgrading
  • Essential skills training linked to a specific skills training program

Eligible Training Institutions

  • Recognized and accredited training institutions including:
    • Colleges and Universities and other public training and education institutions
    • Private vocational Institutions
    • Private training organizations

Eligible Employers

  • Private sector employers
  • Non-profit and community groups
  • Crown corporations
  • Public health and education institutions
  • Municipalities, bands and tribal councils