someone for every job.
The Northwest Training and Adjustment Board’s office will be closed until an undetermined date due to the COVID-19 outbreak but we can be reached by email.
Please see the “Contact Us” tab on the above menu for correct contact information.
Thank you for your patience,
Sonja Wainio – Executive Director
The Northwest Training and Adjustment Board is a community directed, non-profit corporation leading the Kenora and Rainy River Districts in their approach to workforce development and labour market planning.
The Northwest Training and Adjustment Board functions as a neutral broker of research, disseminator of information and facilitator of collaborative partnership development. Operating as part of the Local Boards Network of Ontario, it is one of 25 local planning board areas funded by the Ministry of Labour, Training and Skills Development to conduct and distribute local labour market research and engage community stakeholders in a planning process that supports local solutions to local issues. NTAB’s mandate is to provide guidance regarding important workforce and employment challenges facing the Kenora and Rainy River Districts.
Mentoring and Succession Planning Video
Produced by Northwest Training & Adjustment Board – March 2020
The Northwest Training and Adjustment Board recently produced a video that highlights workers in a variety of different career fields showcasing their experiences and opportunities to mentor; newer workers are featured as well as they detail their experiences as mentees.
The video gives both work generations – the experienced and the learners – a voice to help close the multigenerational gap in the workplace.
After you have had the opportunity to view the video, please take a moment to complete our SURVEY help us improve the work that we do.
Thank you for watching.
Soft Skills Video
Kenora & Rainy River Districts
Produced by Northwest Training & Adjustment Board – August 2018
The Northwest Training and Adjustment Board (NTAB) released a video in 2018 to assist people in the job market be better prepared for a job interview. Sending out an application is only the first part of being successful in gaining employment. You also need to be able to be prepared for what to expect when you arrive. This video is still very relevant today.
To assist you with that, the Northwest Training and Adjustment Board has produced a SOFT SKILLS TRAINING VIDEO with the assistance of 9 local employers from the Kenora and Rainy River Districts.
We are here to help you succeed
Upgrade Your Education/Training
If you are interested in upgrading your education or training, contact your local employment service provider to see what financial resources may be available.
NTAB is funded in part by the Government of Canada and the Government of Ontario.