• Works with Employers

  • Assists Workers

  • Promotes Local Training Programs

  • Supports Chambers of Commerce across Saskatchewan


The TEN works with chambers across Saskatchewan to identify gaps in regional labour markets and create opportunities for employers and workers in response to the COVID-19 crisis by:

  • Providing clear and locally coordinated pathways for workers to be identified;
  • Presenting learning opportunities for employers and workers; and
  • Targeting underrepresented groups including Indigenous peoples, women, gig workers, youth workers (ages 18-24), students (under 18), and newcomers (in Canada less than 5 years).

 A Community Action Plan Built for your Community

Using localized survey analysis and up to date labour market information, your chamber of commerce has developed a Community Action Plan specific to your community that includes:

  • Local training programs for employers and workers
  • A Community Orientation Program introducing your community to newcomers and immigrant entrepreneur businesses
  • A Community Attraction Program showcasing your community to potential residents and businesses
  • Opportunities to get involved and support your chamber of commerce.
If you are hiring, looking for work, offering training or employment services, or want to get involved, contact your local chamber of commerce!

Training and Employment Network (TEN) Survey

The TEN Survey was circulated to businesses across the province to identify current labour demands by region. Using localized survey analysis, chambers of commerce are working to develop and implement action plans specific to their communities. Community Action Plans will include elements such as training offerings, community attraction guides, labour market research and sponsorship opportunities.

Survey Results

Training & Employment Network Directory

This Directory provides a listing of training and program providers as well as resources for both employers and job seekers.

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