CMR’s unique Totem indigenous training program goes beyond the typical initiatives focused on inclusion of First Nations with entry-level jobs in field-level work.
We engage directly with the band leadership and community members to give them the opportunity to acquire living skills, learn about skilled trades and begin meaningful career choices.
Indigenous community members are invited to come live and work at our facility in Penhold, AB. We provide free housing during our 10-week training program which offers basic oilfield education and exposure to four different career paths in the fabrication world.
A NEW WAY TO ADD INDIGENOUS CONTENT
TO YOUR SUPPLY CHAIN
IMPROVE YOUR ESG
Four Meaningful Career Paths
LIFTING EQUIPMENT OPERATOR
How does it work?
We work with you to identify the indigenous communities you work with
We engage with both the chief and council and the community
Trainees come and are housed for free close to the shop
Program participants are exposed to four different career paths
Personalized training program based on career path selection
Return to community with the skill to pursue meaningful employment
Come Explore Your Future!
Are you from a First Nations or a Métis community in Western Canada? Would you like to explore the possibility to pursue a meaningful career in the fabrication industry?
If so, we want you to come spend some time at our fabrication shop in Penhold, Alberta. We provide free housing and wages while you get a feel for the different trades and occupations you could pursue in the world of oil and gas fabrication.
To apply, fill out the form and submit it. We will be in contact with you once an opening becomes available.