CAHRDCentre for Aboriginal Human Resource Development (Canada)
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We provide $12 million worth of training each year so we go out and get resources from people," said CAHRD executive director Marileen Bartlett.
Western Economic Diversification Canada donated $276,669 and Indian and Northern Affairs Canada gave $103,308 to CAHRD in order to help facilitate the Neeginan Aerospace program, which is operated by CAHRD.
CAHRD teamed up with the Manitoba Aerospace Human Resource Committee in order to create a program that will secure employment for graduates of the Neeginan Institute at one of the four largest aerospace companies in Manitoba.
The aerospace program began in 2007 and is one part of the Aboriginal Skills and Employment Partnership (ASEP) CAHRD has implemented in order to provide individuals with the necessary education to transition straight into a career.
She added that CAHRD does not simply deny unqualified applicants.