Introduction

Welcome to the Ladner WorkBC Centre.

WorkBC offers services for people who need support to re-enter the workforce, access training opportunities and find good jobs. Search our job board and explore our site to learn how we can help you find your next job.

Access job search resources, employment planning, skills assessment, training, work experience placement and more.

IMPORTANT UPDATE RE HOURS OF OPERATION

With the rapidly evolving COVID-19 situation and the health and safety of our clients and staff being our top priority, we’ve made the decision, inline with the recommendations from the BC Centre for Disease Control, to temporarily provide WorkBC services only through phone, email and online channels effective March 18th, 2020.

Effective immediately, the Resource Centre is closed to the public. One-on-one meetings with Employment Counsellors are still going ahead either in person or by phone or other virtual methods. All of our current WorkBC clients can pick up any eligible financial services at the office by appointment.

If you are not yet a client and would like to access WorkBC services, or if you have any questions, please contact our front desk a 604.591.9116 for more information.

Take care of yourself, and we are still here to support your job search and career development needs. Thank you for your understanding, patience and support.

Get Started

Go online

WorkBC Employment Services are accessible from your home computer or smart phone through the Online Employment Services (OES) portal

You are required to have OES account in order to receive WorkBC Employment Services. OES registration will provide you with access to your important case information (such as financial supports), and the ability to share information with WorkBC Centre staff.

If you were a client of WorkBC prior to April 1st, 2019 contact your Employment Counsellor (Case Manager) as soon as possible to ensure continued service.


WorkBC Services

WorkBC Employment Services offer employment services and supports through 103 WorkBC Centres across the province and online through www.WorkBC.ca.

WorkBC Apprentice Services provide financial supports to Apprentices in training.

WorkBC Assistive Technology Services offers adaptive technology to help people with disabilities pursue employment opportunities.