The Aboriginal Health and Community Administration Program (AHCAP) is designed for those working in Aboriginal communities who want to increase their community’s capacity to deliver services, coordinate programs, and promote the health of their people.

The Aboriginal Labour Market Bulletin serves as a tool to share up-to-date labour market information with Aboriginal Skills and Employment Training Strategy (ASETS) agreement holders across Canada. In each issue, the bulletin will examine—with an Aboriginal focus—general economic conditions, labour market and demographic trends, and current and potential employment opportunities at the national and regional levels.

The Aboriginal Post-Secondary Education and Training Policy Framework & Action Plan: 2020 Vision outlines a plan for improving post-secondary opportunities and outcomes for First Nations, Métis and Inuit peoples.

The Aboriginal Post-Secondary Education and Training Policy Framework & Action Plan: 2020 Vision for the Future – Report out for 2013 reports on progress in achieving the goals, objectives and outcomes identified in the Aboriginal Post-Secondary Education and Training Policy Framework & Action Plan.

The Aboriginal Post-Secondary Education Partnership Agreement Toolkit (2011) provides background information, suggestions, and sample wording for the creation of agreements that reflect equitable and collaborative partnerships between post‐secondary institutions, including Aboriginal, public and private institutions, and also including private industry organizations involved with training.

The British Columbia Aboriginal Skills Training Programs Inventory provides information about available Aboriginal specific skills training programs, general skills training programs and relevant polices and strategies. The programs highlighted in the inventory are delivered by the provincial and federal government as well as some industry organizations and unions.

Job Bank provides information growing sectors of the economy, regional labour market information, in-demand occupations, wages and skills and knowledge required to enter a desired occupation.

List of Indigenous and Adult Higher Learning Association Member Institutes

Making the Jump: Aboriginal Student Transitions from K-12 to Post-Secondary (2014) is the final report on the 2013 aboriginal student transitions forum where students and community members gathered and shared leading practices in supporting transitions, while identifying new initiatives to support career and academic planning for Aboriginal students.. The report highlights the comments and thoughts that were shared through those workbooks, with accompanying findings of a literature review conducted to identify research and promising practices related to the forum themes.

PSE Coordinator Workshops Presentation (2016-17) and the Workshop Kit (2016-2017) are key resources from the PSE Education Coordinator Workshops offered by the First Nations Education Steering Committee. The annual workshops include current news and information related to the administration of the Post-Secondary Student Support Program and the University and College Entrance Preparation Program.

Truth and Reconciliation Commission’s (TRC) 94 Calls to Action

United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples (UNDRIP)

WorkBC Parents’ Guide helps BC parents support teens to explore options and make decisions about their education and future career paths.  It shows what jobs will be in demand by 2024 BC and what the median wage is for each one, as well as offering tips for how to talk with teens about their futures.