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Regional Workforce Development Strategy

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Labour market research and workforce development planning in the Grande Prairie & Greenview region are aimed at ensuring there are enough workers with the right skills and supports to drive strong economic growth in the region. The region includes the City of Grande Prairie, County of Grande Prairie, MD of Greenview and area communities.

While the region’s economy has long been a major strength, an evidence-based, collaborative approach to addressing workforce gaps and opportunities will better-position local businesses and communities to compete in a rapidly-changing economy.

The Grande Prairie & District Chamber of Commerce is leading the project in partnership with the City of Grande Prairie, County of Grande Prairie, MD of Greenview, Northwestern Polytechnic (formerly GPRC), and Alberta Labour and Immigration. Over 700 community stakeholders were consulted.

Regional Workforce Development Strategy

The Regional Workforce Development Strategy maps out coordinated targeted actions to help address employment demands, establish a skilled and resilient workforce, and tap into opportunities to drive a competitive environment across the region.

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Regional Target Sector Study and Sector Profiles

The Regional Target Sector Study identified those sectors fundamental to the region’s economic competitiveness, as they spur growth and opportunity for other local industries. The analysis also shows how our jurisdiction’s objectives align with provincial and national development goals.

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Our research identified six industry sectors that are primary engines of economic growth in the region and will provide the optimum mix of employment opportunities for career seekers.

Click each profile to view details about each sector.

Labour Market Needs Assessment (LMNA)

An evidence-based approach is key to building and sustaining a healthy workforce and economic vitality. Through the collection and analysis of current data and feedback from local stakeholders, the LMNA provides a better understanding of the region’s current and emerging workforce needs, opportunities and trends.

Click below to view LMNA Executive Summary.

For more information contact:

Tanya Oliver, CEO
Grande Prairie & District Chamber of Commerce
tanya@gpchamber.com
780-532-5340

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The Province of Alberta is working in partnership with the Government of Canada to provide employment support programs and services.

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