The Four County Labour Market Planning Board (Planning Board) exists to help build a strong and vibrant workforce from the inside out. We investigate situations, interview stakeholders and initialize activities that create a foundation for appropriate workforce training and education to provide employers with the best skilled workforce possible.
Becoming a Director
Who We Are
What We Do
Director Roles and Responsibilities
Each Board Director of the Planning Board represents a particular labour market sector or employment group. Directors provide representation in two ways: (1) by soliciting and presenting their constituency position and issues in Board discussions and (2) by providing their constituency with Board progress reports.
Required Time Commitment Outline
Required time commitment for General Board meetings involves approximately 2 hours per meeting approximately 7-8 meetings per year. Meetings may be attended via Tele/Web-conference to accommodate schedules as necessary.