Oteenow Training & Employment Society is proud to foster relationships and create networks of support between workers and employers in the Edmonton area. Some of our valued partners and stakeholders include:
Fostering the right of the Treaty No. 6 First Nations to self-determination and directing the social, cultural, spiritual and economic advancement of their peoples.
Human Resources and Skills Development Canada
The Government of Canada offers funding and training initiative to First nations and Inuit people. Click the link above to find Service Centre near you.
Providing exceptional learner access and quality education, this comprehensive university offers more than 60 programs including undergraduate degrees, applied degrees, diplomas, certificates, continuing education and corporate training.
Helping people build a rewarding careers and find a positions to suit their skill sets, education and career goals.
Trade Winds to Success
Tip of Spear Security Training
Offering essential, practical and professional first responder training from certified trainers with extensive real-world experience.
Other Agencies and Community Resources
Rupertsland Institute, Métis Centre of Excellence
Helping Métis people with services, programs and information to find a new future.
BGS Career and Corporate Development
Providing clients with opportunities to explore their unique potential and develop strategies to enhance their effectiveness and satisfaction in all areas of life: self, family career, education, community, and leisure.
Royal Bank of Canada
Interior Heavy Equipment
Offers hands-on equipment training for excavation and construction equipment operators looking to get employed in the forestry, mining, civil, road building, and oil and gas sectors.
Teaching all levels of welding from the Pre-Employment welder to Journeyman to CWB and advanced B Pressure techniques.