Guide to the Tips and ToolsGuide to the Tips and Tools

Tip/Tool Name When to Use it Who Might Use it
Why Focus on Aboriginal Employment in Construction? Before starting the initiative

Employer that wants to investigate the benefits of hiring Aboriginal workers

ASET holder or other Aboriginal agency that is promoting Aboriginal employees to an employer

Tips for Employers on Establishing Networks and Partnerships

Tips for ASET Holders on Working with the Construction Industry

Before looking for partners who could be helpful to the initiative Employer or other construction industry stakeholder
Aboriginal Employment and Training Contacts When looking for Aboriginal agencies or programs in the area, e.g. to identify potential employees, or supports for employers Employer or other construction industry stakeholder
Construction Industry Organizations When looking for construction companies, contractors’ associations and labour groups in the area or beyond, e.g. to identify job openings, or find a partner for the initiative ASET holder or other Aboriginal agency
Tips for Aboriginal Organizations on Partnering with Industry Before looking for partners who could be helpful to the initiative ASET holder or other Aboriginal agency
Construction Training Programs When investigating training programs available in your area for your clients or employees

ASET holder or other Aboriginal agency

Employer or other construction industry stakeholder

How to Assess the Labour Situation – Comparing Industry Needs and the Aboriginal Labour Force When identifying what the local construction industry needs and what the Aboriginal community has to offer

ASET holder or other Aboriginal agency

Employer or other construction industry stakeholder

Tips for Monitoring and Evaluating the Program Once the program’s goals and objectives have been established, and before the program is launched

ASET holder or other Aboriginal agency

Employer or other construction industry stakeholder