Need skilled workers? Looking to work in construction? 

The BCCA takes the need for a skilled construction workforce very seriously.  Through the Skilled Trades Employment Program, we've helped construction employers find and hire more than 10,000 British Columbians for construction and skilled trades jobs. The BCCA also operates the Integrating Newcomers Program which helps connect immigrants with construction employment services before arriving in Canada, funded by Immigration, Refugees, and Citizenship Canda. And lastly, through funding from LNG Canada, the BCCA manages the LNG Canada Trades Training fund, and with funding from both LNG Canada and Coastal GasLink  BCCA manages the Connect Program.

If you are an employer seeking skilled workers, or if you are seeking work in BC's construction sector, the BCCA offers a full range of employment programs and services. Connect with us today.

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Skilled Trades Employment Program (STEP)

Since 2006, STEP has focused on finding motivated candidates for BC construction employers with jobs to fill.

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BCCA Integrating Newcomers (BCCA-IN)

BCCA IN can support individuals before they arrive in Canada by helping to connect with construction employment services. 

In December 2018, the Federal Government approved funding allowing the BCCA to extend this program over four more years.

LNG Canada Trades Training Fund

LNG Canada Trades Training Fund

Designed to support industry and apprenticeship training for the construction and related trades in BC.



Trans-Canada Coastal GasLink Project


Based in Terrace and Smithers, employment specialists for northern BC are focused exclusively on helping job seekers in the area connect to employment in the local construction industry.