SASET will be guided by a revised AHRDA Steering Committee, now referred to as an Advisory Committee, and will report to Stó:Lō Nation. Stó:Lō Nation is the legal entity and host agency for the SASET program which administers the ASET agreement from HRSDC. Stó:Lō Nation is guided by a Board of Directors which has mandated the SASET Advisory Committee to advise on employment, training and partnering opportunities, along with the review and approval of community driven proposal submissions that apply for $50,000.00/plus funding. In the pursuit of transparency and accountability to the catchment area, the services of SASETAC lends a "community voice", representative of the SASET catchment area. SASET accepts application for Advisory Committee membership from individuals who have experience in the employment and training job market/service provision to assist in a transparent, accountable review process for community driven proposals for funding and employment, labour market, partnership advisement. An ad hoc committee reviews applications and selects the SASETAC candidates to the relative terms of service to the Committee.
The Stó:Lō Aboriginal Skills & Employment Training Advisory Committee (SASETAC) will be comprised of five representatives of the various communities within the service are with the following mandate.
To advise on demand driven skills and partnership development, accountability and review and approve proposals for training and employment opportunities.
They bring to the Advisory Committee an understanding of aboriginal communities within the geographical region of SASET, representing neither organizational nor political interests, but the best interests of employment and training development for aboriginal people in the catchment area.
SASETAC have a passion to see Aboriginal employment opportunities for success increasingly grow and advise on strategies established by Service Canada for employment service delivery and potential growth areas of partnership within the catchment area.
The SASETAC representative will come from fields related to economic development, adult education and literacy activities, health/welfare/social assistance programs, trades/apprenticeships, program development, evaluation, public relations/communications, and/or other identified employment service deliverers.
May we take this opportunity to welcome our new Stó:Lō Aboriginal Skills & Employment Training Advisory Committee to our service catchment area, their terms to commence October 2010:
For more information regarding Stó:Lō Aboriginal Skills & Employment Training, please do not hesitate to contact our office at: