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History

 

PNGI started back in 1992 after two people working in different areas of social services decided to join forces and address the needs they saw in their region.

It all started with Professional Support Services.

Date

Event  

 1992 

Marg Anderson & Chris Arnold formed a private behavioural consulting company under the name "Northern Networking".

 1994

Northern Networking services and team expanded to deliver Supported Employment Services.

 1995 

The company was incorporated and the name changed to "The Provincial Networking Group Inc." (PNGI)

 1996

PNGI opened an office in Kitimat, BC to provide lifeskills and employment services.

 2007

PNGI expanded its services to provide individualized Lifeskills service to adults with developmental disabilities in Terrace.

 2009

PNGI expanded its very successful employment programs to include a wider group of disability types and a larger age range (15 years and up).

 2010

PNGI went through a lengthy process to redesign the corporate logo as well as review and revise its operating principles and programs standards.

 2011

PNGI has offices in Terrace and Kitimat, BC and provides regular service in Prince Rupert, BC as well as training and consulting services throughout the province of BC.  The PNGI team has 10-12 employees.

         


     

The PNGI logo is made up of the company initials and an origami bird.

The ancient art of origami evokes thoughtful complex ideas, worked out in a careful, creative and gentle manner, paying close attention to detail.

The symbol of the bird reflects independence and growth, taking flight on it's own and reaching great heights.

 

 

 

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PNGI Director Wins National Award of Excellence

Chris Arnold, M.Sd. Psych awarded the CASE Wiltshire Award of Excellence in Supported Employment at the 2015 National Conference in Victoria BC.

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