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Organization: Nokee Kwe  
Phone Numbers: 519-667-7088
Fax: 519-667-4872
Email: info@nokeekwe.ca
Website: www.nokeekwe.ca
Address:
1069 Wellington Rd S, Unit 104
London, ON
N6E 2H6
Intersection: Wellington Rd and Bradley Ave
Location: London (South)
Accessibility: Wheelchair Accessible    Wheelchair Accessible
Accessibility Notes: Entrance off Montgomery Rd, across from White Oaks Mall (opposite Bradley Ave entrance)
Hours: Administration: Mon-Thu 8:30am-4:30pm * Fri 8:30am-4pm
Contacts: Deborah Armstrong - Programs Director
deb@nokeekwe.ca
Jake Martel - Literacy Coordinator
jake@nokeekwe.ca
Service Description: Career and employment planning, training and educational centre

Career Planning and Assessment Services - One-to-one assessment and career counselling services * assists clients to develop and follow through with realistic employment service plans * to facilitate successful employment, employment consultants conduct in-depth assessments, and work with clients to develop plans that consider current skill sets, experience, additional training needs, and other employment supports * also provides access to skills training supports and other grant programs

Additional Services:
  • employer services
  • Ontario Works employment prep and placement services
  • employment resource and service centre
  • adult education - GED and OSSD credit’s
  • online training
  • youth employment

Fees: Free
Application: Call or drop-in
Eligibility - Population(s) Served: Both Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal people
Languages: English
Language Note: First Nations language classes to be offered, beginning with Ojibway
Area(s) Served: Southwestern Ontario (Map)
See Also: Employment Assistance for Aboriginal Peoples

This information was last completely updated on 8/24/2016

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About Us
The South London Employment Centre at Nokee Kwe: founded on Aboriginal principles, and funded through Employment Ontario, we are open to Everyone. We are a community-based and client focused charitable organization; we encourage and support self-determination and personal development through individualized workplace preparation, vocational training, and educational services. Our goal is to support you with your employment, career and/or educational goals. Nokee Kwe is the "unique way".

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