Job Connections for Immigrants (JCI)

Project based labour market training for immigrants

Job Connections for Immigrants (JCI)

Start a career in the RETAIL and CUSTOMER SERVICE industry! Job Connections for Immigrants (JCI) helps immigrants gain language and employment skills and industry-recognized certifications.

This program is FREE to participate in; however, seating is limited. Learn more and apply to participate today.

In Class Sessions Included:

• English Language Training
• Job Search & Life Skills
• Computer Training

UFV Certification Courses Included:

• Customer Service
• Cashier Training
• Occupational First Aid
• Management Foundations

Eligibility Requirements:

Applicants must be Permanent Residents of Canada (PRs) or Naturalized Canadian Citizens (NCCs.)

Applicants must have Canadian Language Benchmark (CLB) Level 3 or above. Applicants will be assessed.

Applicants must be receiving Employment Insurance (EI) or have had a claim in the last 5 years.

Or, applicants must have earned more than $2,000 in insurable earnings and paid employee EI premiums on those earnings in at least 5 of the last 10 years.

Or, applicants must be a British Columbia Employment and Assistance Client with a Persons With Disabilities (BCEA PWD) designation.

PLEASE NOTE: Continuation of current EI benefits or Living Support will be provided to eligible participants.

Apply today by emailing program supervisor, Ranni Tolman.

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Did You Know?

Archway has provided services for newcomers for almost 50 years.

Contact Info

Ranni Tolman
604 .859.7681 ext. 277


Archway Community Services: Summit Centre
2nd Floor – 3600 Townline Road
Abbotsford, BC V2T 5W8


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