AWES workplace essential skills tools and services your organization needs. Alberta Workforce Essential Skills Society (AWES) provides workplace training that supports all aspects of a workers’ career path. This includes training trainers, assessing skills, uncovering gaps, developing programming and evaluating the results of our essential skills training. Checklist for newcomers training.
Grant Programs - The Farm Energy and Agri-Processing Program (FEAP) Read and apply
The Canada Job Grant provides direct financial support for employers wishing to purchase third party training for their staff. Currently projects are being approved in less than 1 month. (All AFPA training courses are eligible many members have been very successful with this grant program). Training is intended for employed individuals acquiring new skills for their current job, or to prepare employees for a promotion or a new role. The employer must have a job available at the end of the training for the individual(s) being trained. Training must not exceed one year and typically only one application is approved per year. https://www.alberta.ca/canada-alberta-job-grant.aspx
Product Development and Commercialization - Program at Red River College allows companies to develop new, test and commercialize new products Read
Energy Efficiency Alberta – Custom Energy Solutions GHG program incentives that is available to all of food processors in Alberta.
The goal of the program is to reduce GHG emissions in Alberta. https://www.efficiencyalberta.ca/customsolutions/
Following a revision to the Global Standard for Food Safety earlier this year, Camfil and BRC Global Standards have launched an instructive webinar designed to give food and beverage manufacturers a deeper understanding of the new indoor air quality standards, detailing what these changes mean in practice.
Available for free and on-demand, the jointly issued webinar puts air quality standards for the food industry into context for those responsible for managing product safety and quality, giving a clear understanding of what is needed to maintain the highest possible standards of food safety and pass BRCGS audits.