Our Program

Moose Cree Training and Employment Unit (MCTEU) is one of the 110 distinct based ISET Program Agreement Holders in Canada (and one of 22 in Ontario as of July 2, 2019) with the following ISET Program goals over the next 10 years:

The agreement allows for financial assistance to MCTEU to support the costs of programs and services and other activities related to the ISET Program and SECTION 63 of the Employment Insurance Act. The current programs that are offered:

Contact us for your employment and training needs.  

Cultural Principles

A holistic approach based on Moose Cree traditional teachings and values that support and reinforce identity and culture.

History

In March 2012, Moose Cree First Nation Chief and Council mandated all departments involved in employment and training services to amalgamate under one umbrella to establish an integrated training to employment team. Its purpose was to create a one point of contact for the employment and training needs for MCFN members, organizations and business owners.  

From 2012 to 2016, the groundwork began to establish a Moose Cree Training and Employment team. 

Previously, the Aboriginal Skills and Employment Training (ASET) Agreement was held by Mushkegowuk Employment and Training Services (METS) prior to April 1, 2019. 

MCTEU, a not for profit organization, officially became a federally Incorporated body effective April 23rd, 2019. In July 2019, Moose Cree Training and Employment Unit (MCTEU) became its own agreement holder under the newly implemented Indigenous Skills and Employment Training (ISET) Program. 

Our Vision Statement

To create and support a prosperous, self-sufficient, and sustainable community.

Our Mission Statement

To actively assist and support Moose Cree First Nation members to prepare for meaningful employment.

Board of Directors

Our Board of Directors are comprised of both Moose Cree First Nation Representatives and Members at Large.

staff

The day to day operations staff that work directly under MCTEU. 

To contact one of the staff, please visit the contact page. 

Our working partners with Moose Cree First Nation’s Resource Protection Unit. For their contact information, please visit here.