Term Training Businesses
Code ND-2000.3500-820
Definition Programs or companies, often social enterprises such as eateries and bicycle shops, with a permanent core mandate of providing short term employment training and work experience for those facing barriers (often homeless or at-risk youth) in the context of a successful business delivering services to the public. The programs run for several weeks or months with interns receiving orientation, guidance, training, substantial hands-on experience and sometimes certification, in preparation for integrating into the outside work force. The graduates are replaced by new interns upon completion of the cycle.
Created 12/8/15
Changed 12/15/15
Use References Job Integration Companies
See Also References
External Classification Terms Employment (AIRS EM-180)
Employment (CAN EM-180)
Employment (ACH G-01)
Job Training (NTE J22)
Job Training (UW 1.1.02.01)
Job Training & Employment (NPC J02)
Related Concepts Children and Youth
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Comments
Bibliographic References "Job Training Companies in Quebec", www.emploiquebec.gouv.qc.ca/en/citizens/developing-your-skills-and-having-them-recognized/job-readiness/job-integration-companies.

"The Training Business Challenge", http://communityrenewal.ca/i4gateway006-challenge

"Training Businesses in Qu├ębec", 2009 research report by BC-Alberta Social Economy Research Alliance, http://auspace.athabascau.ca:8080/bitstream/2149/2792/1/BALTA%20C13%20-%20Quebec%20Training%20-%20Final%20Report.pdf

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