PEI to ensure a coordinated response to welcome Syrian refugees
L-R: PEI Association for Newcomers to Canada Executive Director Craig Mackie, Minister of Workforce and Advanced Learning Richard Brown and Dan Doran of the Catholic Diocese of Prince Edward Island
Islanders are responding with their usual generosity as the province prepares to welcome 250 Syrian refugees.
Support announced for training program to up-skill workers at DME
Peter Toombs, President of DME and Minister Richard Brown, Workforce and Advanced Learning check out some the work of Sarah Nuesch, DME Welder and Trainer.
Support for a training program at Diversified Metal Engineering LTD. (DME) under the Canada-PEI Job Grant was officially announced today by Workforce and Advanced Learning Minister Richard Brown.
Learner-focused approach to education to advance prosperity
Workforce and Advanced Learning Minister Richard Brown, Premier Wade MacLauchlan, Education, Early Learning and Culture Minister Hal Perry, and Family and Human Services Minister Doug Currie
A vision to deliver the highest possible quality of education to our students will engage Islanders in all aspects of learning to ensure students, parents, teachers, principals and government are working together on achieving the same goal, excellence in learning.
Prince Edward Island launches Skilled Trades and Technology Week
David Gormley, National Skills Competition Bronze medalist in cabinetmaking; Min. Richard Brown, Workforce and Advanced Learning; Mary Beth Perry, National Skills Competition Gold medalist in hairstyling; and Holland College President Dr. Brian McMillan.
Prince Edward Island Trades and Technology Week was officially proclaimed today by Minister Richard Brown, Workforce and Advanced Learning; Holland College President Dr. Brian McMillan; and Josh Silver, President of Skills Canada PEIís Board of Directors, at an event hosted by Holland College.
Government and Tremploy renew agreement to support Island workforce
(L to R): Kelly Thornley, Career Bridges client; Patrick Campbell, Passport to Employment Facilitator with Tremploy, Inc.; Minister Richard Brown, Workforce and Advanced Learning; and Kim Duffy, Passport to Employment client.
The Government of Prince Edward Island has renewed a contract with Tremploy to deliver services that will help unemployed Islanders develop job skills and strengthen their connection to the workforce, says Workforce and Advanced Learning Minister Richard Brown.