Back in Motion Employment Programs Featured in the Richmond News

September 15th, 2021

Richmond News just featured an article about Back in Motion. Read the full Richmond News article.

For over 28 years, Back in Motion Employment Services has provided industry-leading, professional employment solutions, to assist people in overcoming barriers and reaching their full employment potential. Guided by our motivation to transform lives and build vibrant communities, our services address both sides of employment-related challenges: the job seeker’s need for meaningful and sustainable employment and the labour shortage experienced by BC employers.

To learn more about our employment programs, visit our website at or their specific program websites as listed below:

Skills for Life and Work is a 6-week cohort-based program designed to assist individuals with multiple barriers to employment. Participants gain the skills they need to find, secure, and maintain meaningful employment. This program is funded by the Government of Canada through the Canada-British Columbia Workforce Development Agreement. Read more about this program – visit

WarehouseAbilities is an 11-week warehouse skills training program for persons with disabilities, delivered online and at our Richmond warehouse. Participants will gain certifications required by local employers and be job-ready for warehouse opportunities. Read more about WarehouseAbilities.

CyberSecure Training for Skilled Immigrants is an online 17-week program that provides cybersecurity skills training and preparation, delivered by Back in Motion in partnership with ReTrain Canada. Graduates of this program will achieve ReTrain Canada’s Cyber Security Penetration Testing Certification. Read more about CyberSecure.
Career Paths for Skilled Immigrants is a free program that helps immigrant job seekers to reconnect with their careers. This program prepares immigrants for the employment market and connects their goals to real job opportunities. Career Paths is part of the WelcomeBC umbrella of services, made possible through funding from the Government of Canada and the Province of British Columbia. To learn more, visit

To learn more about our Employment Programs and their eligibility, follow the links below: