Join The Voyager Program
VOYAGER employment training provides industry specific certifications, intensive individual support, ongoing mentorship, supported job searches and/or placements! Voyager prepares people with diverse abilities for long-term success, helping them to build upon existing skills and enhance existing skills which enable individuals to find and keep good jobs.
VOYAGER supports clients with diverse abilities to employment through certificate-based training, life-skills and employment readiness workshops including:
- Assistance with resume and cover letter development
- Interview skills training
- Supported work experience
- One-to-one support and mentorship
- Continued training and follow up supports
Clients work with VOYAGER staff to achieve the following goals:
- To acquire the skills and opportunities to gain employment
- Provide support which assists clients to secure and maintain sustainable employment
- Provide employability and life-skills workshops, safety certificate and skills enhancement training, and supported work experience
Funded by the Government of Canada’s Opportunities Fund for People with Disabilities Program.
What is Voyager?
Voyager is a 1:1 employment service. Voyager gives individuals with diverse abilities more flexibility than a structured program.
Voyager prepares people with for long-term success, helping them to build upon and enhance existing skills and to enable individuals to find and keep good jobs.
Who can take Voyager?
Voyager is for individuals who have been diagnosed with or self-identify as a person with diverse abilities (includes physical disabilities, anxiety, autism spectrum, ADHD, FASD, hearing impairment, etc.)
Do I have to be a part of the Criminal Justice System to be a part of Voyager?
No, while JHS is known for criminal justice work, it does not limit our client base to those who are currently or have a history with the criminal justice system.
What trainings are available?
Industry specific certifications in the following industries:
Other workshops include:
- Resume writing
- Cover letter development
- Interview skills
- Communication skills
- Be 17 years of age or older
- Diagnosed or self-identified as a person with diverse abilities (includes physical disabilities, anxiety, autism spectrum, ADHD, FASD, hearing impairment, etc.)
- Readiness and willingness to find and keep meaningful employment
- Live in British Columbia, and be a Canadian citizen, permanent resident, or protected person legally entitled to work in Canada
- Additional eligibility requirements may apply