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Fleming CREW (Community Resources for Employers and Workers)

Community Employment Resource Partnership (CERP) - Serving Peterborough and Area

Agency Fleming CREW (Community Resources for Employers and Workers)
Phone (main) 705-775-2739
Phone (toll free) n/a
Fax 705-749-5070
Email flemingcrew@flemingcollege.ca 
Web www.flemingcrew.ca
Address 1550 Lansdowne Street West, Peterborough, ON K9J 2A2
Mailing Address (as above)
Location Intersection Lansdowne Street and Kawartha Heights Boulevard
Contact(s) Debby Keating - Manager, Employment Programs
Tammy Jinkerson - Operations & Training Coordinator
Hours

Mondays:  8:30 am - 6:00 pm

Tuesdays - Fridays:  8:30 am –  4:30 p.m.

Area Served City of Peterborough, Millbrook, Cavan & Keene
Languages of Service English
Fees N/A
Physical Access Ground level with automatic doors
Organization Type Community College of Applied Arts and Technology
Employment Ontario Service Provider
Community-based Resource Centre
Services  for Job Seekers

All programs and services are funded by the government of Ontario, through Employment Ontario.

Eligibility:  Services are free and all are welcomed.
Assessment for eligibility for special programs and services can be arranged by appointment or on a walk-in basis.

Employment Resource Centre

  • Free Access to the Employment Resource Centre
  • Unlimited use of computer for job search and career planning purposes
  • Access to printers, faxes and phones for job search
  • Career planning and job search resources
  • Needs assessment and referrals by qualified and friendly Employment Counsellors

Employment Ontario Programs and Services

  • Knowledgeable and helpful Career and Employment Counsellors to assist in job search and career planning
  • Assessment for eligibility for Employment Ontario programs and services
  • Assessment for funding for retraining and up-skilling through programs such as Second Career and the Canada-Ontario Job Grant
  • Access to jobs in the hidden job market, through Job Development and Employer Services 

Youth Programs and Services

  • Assessment for eligibility for the Youth Job Link program to help students find their first jobs.
  • Access to available jobs with partnering local companies that are suitable for youth.
  • Assessment for eligibility for the Employing Young Talent Initiative program, designed to help unemployed youth to connect with local employers, including hiring and retention incentives. 

Community Referrals

  • Private and confidential referrals to community agencies, if needed, to support job seekers in overcoming employment challenges

Employer Services

All programs and services are funded by the government of Ontario, through Employment Ontario.

  • Registrations are welcomed from small, medium-size and large companies to ensure that local employers are empowered with the most up-to-date information about programs, services and financial incentives for hiring, training and retaining employees.
  • Personalized Needs Assessments, to ensure employers are aware of Employment Ontario (and other programs and services) that support growth and prosperity
  • Screening Support services to assist employers to find the best candidates for their needs
  • Eligibility Assessment for financial incentives for hiring, training and retaining new employees
  • Eligibility Assessment for financial supports available for upskilling and retraining existing employees, through the Canada Ontario Job Grant
  • Resources and referrals to support local businesses with human resources needs
Last Revised April 11, 2018