BUSINESS Services

RobWelCustomized workshops, courses or full programs
We can create customized professional development programs for your employees and managers tailored to meet your business needs.

Professional development opportunities range from business programs including HR, finance, management, and customer service modules. Enhance your skills and improve your upward mobility. Provide training for your staff so they can enhance the bottom line.

The training you need, at the time you want
We offer alternative program delivery times such as evenings or weekends and can bundle the courses into the tailored professional development you need to increase your organizational capacity. Here are just some of the courses North West College offers:

  • Business Communication
  • Business Mathematics
  • Computer Literacy
  • Commercial Law
  • English as an Additional Language (EAL)
  • Excel Basic & Advanced
  • Human Resource Management
  • Information Systems
  • Introduction to Financial Accounting
  • Marketing 
  • Office Administration
  • Organization Behaviour
  • PowerPoint
  • Word Basic & Advanced

Industry Partnerships
North West College is committed to meeting the labour demands of our region. If you need skilled labour in a particular field, contact us.

Featured Industry Partner – RobWel Constructors Ltd. (Photo Above)
Since 2014, North West College & RobWel Constructors Ltd. have offered an onsite Plumbing & Pipefitting Applied Certificate program at the RobWel Meadow Lake office. This program allows North West College students to receive continual practical training while supplying RobWel with workplace ready, skilled pipefitters.

Apply for the Canada Saskatchewan Job Grant

The Canada-Saskatchewan Job Grant (CSJG) provides employers with funding to train new or existing employees to meet the skill requirements for available jobs. The grant also provides training opportunities for unemployed and underemployed workers.  If you are an employer in Saskatchewan and you’re looking to fill a potential job vacancy or develop your employees’ current skill sets, you could be eligible for a Canada-Saskatchewan Job Grant. Through the program, employers pay one-third of the training cost, while the federal and provincial governments contribute the rest.

Programs or courses that are 24 hours in length or more, and completed within a 52 week period that result in a credential (record of completion, certificate, grade etc.) are typically eligible.

Interested employers should make application at www.saskatchewan.ca/job-grant.