AKWESASNE BUSINESS EXCELLENCE AWARDS – (ABEA)
The form permits up to three nominations, which is indicated in the instructions.
Deadline for Submission: July 31, 2015
Thank you for your submission!
Aboriginal Human Resource Development Agreement (AHRDA) agreement
which was focused on training and development of clients
To the new:
Aboriginal Skills and Employment Training Strategy (ASETS) funding agreement
which is focused on job readiness and employment
The Akwesasne Area Management Board has made the following Policy Changes:
- . Ontario Secondary School Diploma (OSSD) / Challenges and Opportunities (CHOPS) /
Adult Literacy Employment Program (ALEP)
- Effective June 30, 2013, the AAMB will only provide tuition and training allowance funding to OSSD clients for their last 8 credits and will DISCONTINUE funding for CHOPS and ALEP
2. Training Outside of Canada
- Effective April 1, 2013, the AAMB will no longer fund training outside of Canada
For further information or questions, please contact the AAMB@ (613) 575-2626
Do you know the difference between QPIP and Service Canada Employment Insurance Benefits? Click here to find out=>QPIP Announcement
PATHWAYS – AKWESASNE AREA MANAGEMENT BOARD
The contents of the logo has three distinct subjects:
1. The Thunderbird
2. The Eagle
3. Feathers of the Eagle encircling both birds
The Thunderbird and Eagle are almost intertwined with one another. Existing together to give guidance and protection to both worlds. (Spirtual & Reality). The Feathers that surround the images represent a universal bond between all Indigenous people and the Creator.
AAMB logo Drawn by Roger Perkins
AAMB Website Design originally created by: Colleen Nolan in 2007
Format was changed by: Monica Peters, Seaway Websites Administrator
AAMB Website went live March 2010
It is updated and maintained by Terri Bova, N.S.T.