Aboriginal Relations

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Techmation Electric & Controls Ltd. supports and encourages opportunities to develop and implement aboriginal programs in regards to workforce, business and community development. Techmation will seek out new opportunities with aboriginals in all areas where we work. This includes the use of aboriginal suppliers and vendors and the potential recruitment of aboriginals for employment.

Since our inception in 1995, Techmation has been an equal opportunity employer. Techmation has hired many aboriginal individuals and tradespeople to work within our organization and continues to develop individual skill sets for qualification to work in the electrical and instrumentation trades. Additionally, Techmation participates in programs through technical institutions and government sponsored programs that provide assistance to aboriginals interested in working in the fields of electrical and instrumentation.

Techmation utilizes local aboriginal vendors where possible in our day-to-day operations. Techmation is pleased to be able work with these vendors and we are a proud member of the Canadian Council for Aboriginal Business.

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Techmation is actively involved with and supports the North East Alberta Apprenticeship Initiative in conjunction with Alberta Apprenticeship.