What is the BC AMTA?• Non-profit, charitable society• Governed by a cross-section of representatives from industry,governm...
Partners• First Nation / Industry / Government Partnerso Nation-level or band-levelo Mining Association of BC (MABC) and A...
Partners• Education Partners:o Eskilon Learning Inc.o British Columbia Institute of Technology (BCIT)o Northwest Community...
Results (at March 1, 2013)• Registered over 1450 Aboriginal candidates from more than150 Indian Bands (120 are BC-Based)• ...
Critical Success Factors• GREAT PEOPLE committed to our vision!• Program Coaches in each region:– Bridging the connections...
Questions?www.bcamta.caBC AMTA Contacts:Laurie Sterritt, Chief Executive Officer:lsterritt@bcamta.ca604-681-4321 ext 112Le...
Laurie Sterrit - BC AMTA - Creating Economic Health Through Partnerships
Laurie Sterrit - BC AMTA - Creating Economic Health Through Partnerships
Laurie Sterrit - BC AMTA - Creating Economic Health Through Partnerships
Laurie Sterrit - BC AMTA - Creating Economic Health Through Partnerships
Laurie Sterrit - BC AMTA - Creating Economic Health Through Partnerships
Laurie Sterrit - BC AMTA - Creating Economic Health Through Partnerships
Laurie Sterrit - BC AMTA - Creating Economic Health Through Partnerships
Laurie Sterrit - BC AMTA - Creating Economic Health Through Partnerships
Laurie Sterrit - BC AMTA - Creating Economic Health Through Partnerships
Laurie Sterrit - BC AMTA - Creating Economic Health Through Partnerships
Laurie Sterrit - BC AMTA - Creating Economic Health Through Partnerships
Laurie Sterrit - BC AMTA - Creating Economic Health Through Partnerships
Laurie Sterrit - BC AMTA - Creating Economic Health Through Partnerships
Laurie Sterrit - BC AMTA - Creating Economic Health Through Partnerships
Laurie Sterrit - BC AMTA - Creating Economic Health Through Partnerships
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Join Laurie Sterrit of the BC Aboriginal Mine Training Association as she talks about "Creating Economic Health Through Partnerships" at the Expanding Our Knowledge Conference in Vancouver on April 15, 2013.

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Laurie Sterrit - BC AMTA - Creating Economic Health Through Partnerships

  1. 1. What is the BC AMTA?• Non-profit, charitable society• Governed by a cross-section of representatives from industry,governments and communities• Federal government funding (majority)• Province of BC provides some supplemental funding• In-kind and cash contributions from “partners”– Job commitments– Shared mission and shared responsibilities– “In-kind” includes shared costs, shared management,donated equipment or other resources
  2. 2. What is the BC AMTA?• Demand-driven, Training and Employment Program• A collaborative partnership of industry, employers, postsecondary, First Nations and government• Working together to plan and implement training and educationprograms• Candidate-focussed and built on a mission to removing barriersto successful and sustainable employment• It’s complicated (but worth it)!!!
  3. 3. Partners• First Nation / Industry / Government Partnerso Nation-level or band-levelo Mining Association of BC (MABC) and Association for MineralExploration BC (AME BC)o Human Resources and Skills Development Canada (HRSDC)o Province of BC – MAVED and MJTST• Companies:• Exploration and development companies• Miners / Major Operators• Contractors / Mine Service Companies• Other industries
  4. 4. Partners• Education Partners:o Eskilon Learning Inc.o British Columbia Institute of Technology (BCIT)o Northwest Community College (NWCC)o Thompson Rivers University (TRU)o Nicole Valley Institute of Technologyo College of the Rockieso Other service providers as needed
  5. 5. Results (at March 1, 2013)• Registered over 1450 Aboriginal candidates from more than150 Indian Bands (120 are BC-Based)• Recruited, trained, and placed 475+ candidates intosustainable employment• 93% retention rate• Transitioned 63 percent of our employed candidates fromunemployment• Placed candidates earn over aprox. $24.5 million in annualwages• 25% female candidates (both employed and registered)• 43% under the age of 35
  6. 6. Critical Success Factors• GREAT PEOPLE committed to our vision!• Program Coaches in each region:– Bridging the connections for participants, employers and otherstakeholders– Individual planning and support / Career mapping and ongoing coaching– Candidate-driven learning• Collaboration: Partners committed to eliminating barriers• Business Approach: Formal structure, transparent processes andtimely/flexible response to both corporate and community issues• Program development and delivery: Relevant to the market need, to thecommunity and to individual learners
  7. 7. Questions?www.bcamta.caBC AMTA Contacts:Laurie Sterritt, Chief Executive Officer:lsterritt@bcamta.ca604-681-4321 ext 112Leonard Jackson, Director, Operations:ljackson@bcamta.ca250-314-9959

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