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Stephen Crocker - Aboriginal Consultation and Engagement - PTI Group Inc.

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On October 22, 2013 Stephen Crocker of PTI Group Inc. talked about Aboriginal Consultation and Engagement at the Working Effectively with Aboriginal Peoples® Speaker Series in Edmonton Alberta. This …

On October 22, 2013 Stephen Crocker of PTI Group Inc. talked about Aboriginal Consultation and Engagement at the Working Effectively with Aboriginal Peoples® Speaker Series in Edmonton Alberta. This presentation runs 38 minutes and has a focus of Engagement, particularly on the Employment and Business Development side. I really like some of the PTI initiatives and metrics to support them. This event was recorded on my iphone as the videographer was a no show. The audio is a little rough but we blended it together with his slides to create this video presentation. It is done with permission and thanks from Stephen Crocker. Enjoy!

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  • 1. Aboriginal Consultation and Engagement Stephen Crocker October 22, 2013 an Oil States International company
  • 2. Presentation Outline       Overview PTI Group Inc. PTI Aboriginal Recruitment Process Aboriginal Recruitment Outcomes Aboriginal Training Initiatives Contributing Factors Questions Slide 2
  • 3. Overview of PTI Group Facility Design / Engineering    Engineers Project Management CAD Modular Manufacturing     Carpenters Plumbers Electricians General Labour Site work & Installation     Permitting Water & Wastewater Power generation Facility install Manage & Operate      Kitchen Workers Housekeeping Janitorial Management Security Slide 3
  • 4. Wapasu Creek Lodge Slide 4
  • 5. Henday Lodge Slide 5
  • 6. Lodge Photos Slide 6
  • 7. PTI Aboriginal Recruitment Process  No Statistical Tracking System  No Aboriginal Strategic Plan  Little Research Performed on Aboriginal Communities  Little Face to Face Contact  Unable to Recruit and Retain Aboriginal Employees  Sincere Desire to Improve  Developed the Model  Chose a FN for Pilot Project Slide 7
  • 8. PTI Aboriginal Recruitment Process  Create Aboriginal Recruitment Hubs  First Nation HRD Assist with Recruitment  Resumes, Applications, Screening, Interviews  Overcome Barriers  Make Transportation Arrangements  PTI has 5 Aboriginal Hubs Slide 8
  • 9. Aboriginal Recruitment Outcomes        PTI Total = 268 = 9.2% Buffalo Metis Catering = 123 = 11.1% Wapasu Lodge = 103 = 14.2% Factory #1 = 24 = 10.5% Factory #2 = 23 = 13.1 Alberta Aboriginal Population = 5.8% Retention Rate thus far for 2013 Non Aboriginal = 76% Aboriginal = 65% Page 9
  • 10. Aboriginal Training Initiatives        Seven Aboriginal Camp Cook Programs Run delivered at a PTI site 66 started, 57 graduated = 86.4% grad rate All grads offered kitchen positions at PTI Three trade related training initiatives with First Nations Positions offered at PTI factories in Edmonton Programs funded through Alberta Human Services and First Nation ASETS Slide 10
  • 11. Contributing Factors  Internal Aboriginal Relations Committee  Statistical Tracking System Developed & Implemented  Aboriginal Awareness Training  Three Year Aboriginal Strategic Plan  Joined Aboriginal Organizations (i.e. Aboriginal Human Resource Council) Slide 11

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