Transition to Employment Services offers eligible Albertans with individualized services such as employment placement and supports, job matching, work experience and short courses to gain and maintain employment.
The Government of Alberta is working in partnership with the Government of Canada to provide employment support programs and services.
Eligible participants are unemployed and under-employed adults in Alberta or adults who are facing imminent lay-off, who are legally entitled to work in Canada, and require these services to obtain and maintain employment.
Refer to the Transition to Employment Services Program Guidelines for complete eligibility requirements.
How to apply
If you are interested in participating in Transition to Employment Services:
- review the Training and Employment Services Directory
- connect with an organization near you that provides this program to determine your eligibility
Transition to Employment Services is provided at no cost to eligible Albertans.
For information about attending training and employment services, read the Participant Fact Sheet (PDF, 409 KB)
If you are an organization interested in offering Transition to Employment Services to Albertans, the Government of Alberta procures programs and services through a request for proposals process throughout the year.
Visit Alberta Purchasing Connection for current requests.
Before submitting a proposal, providers are required to review the:
- Transition to Employment Services Program Guidelines
- Service Management and Program Administration Guidelines
Note, these guidelines supersede the Alberta Works Online Manual content.
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