We are the longest-standing non-profit organization servicing indigenous communities with technology, business development, education, and training. We offer a variety of services catered to your needs. Get in touch with us to get started.
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Business Development Services
- Work with businesses in all stages of their development.
- Provide workshops and training in areas such as: understanding financial statements, time management, board governance, marketing.
- Computer and printer technical support and sales
- Networking and wireless troubleshooting
- Experience installing, integrating, monitoring, and operating solar PV and solar thermal installations
- Problem-solving through custom solutions. Examples of solutions we’ve designed include point-to-point network links, 3D-printed designs, and temperature/humidity/CO2 monitoring sensors equipment.
The significant need for social development, technology development, and labour force development within many rural communities became the guiding principle for program development with the Center. The focus of the programs and services has evolved into four distinct areas:
Area 1 - Labour Force Development
- Youth Development is delivered through skill enhancement program, on-the-job training, entrepreneurial development and access to technology.
Area 2 - Technology Development
- Work with businesses to create an online presence.
- Work with businesses to enhance their digital literacy.
- Provide technical support.
Area 3 - Contract Administration
- Act as a Sponsor Agency for the delivery and monitoring of contribution and related contracts.
- Contract Management Services to other Non-Profits.
- Contract Technical Expertise to other businesses and organizations.
Area 4 - Business and Related Services
- All General Business Services provided to the communities, including photocopying, printing, scanning, faxing, etc.
In partnership with SEDA (Saskatchewan Economic Development Authority) we offer the Municipal Economic Development Fundamentals as a workshop to encourage regional economic collaboration.