Labour Market Programs Support System (LaMPSS) is a common system and set of business processes developed to focus on the administration of labour market programs and services for four provincial partners:
LaMPSS is a bilingual, online system that will provide you with the ability to:
LaMPSS External Access
The first step to apply for funding with the Province of Nova Scotia for Labour Market Programs is to register your organization in LaMPSS. This is a one-time process, completed the first time you want to apply for funding using LaMPSS. Once the registration is entered into LaMPSS, your information will then be stored and shared by departments managing labour market funding agreements within LaMPSS.
Organization Funding Agreements - Getting Started Guide
The Organization Funding Agreements - Getting Started Guide provides step by step guidance about the LaMPSS Organization Registration process, Logging into LaMPSS, Downloading/Submitting your LaMPSS Application and Managing your Organization's LaMPSS Users accounts. The guide also outlines the computer requirements for using LaMPSS.
Service Registration Learning Module
In August 2015, LaMPSS introduced new Service Registration functionality to enable additional tracking of client-level data for certain organization funding programs. For these agreements, Service Registration added new functionality to the LaMPSS Self-Serve website, enabling you to create activities – or ‘services’ – and to capture participant information for those services. These training materials provide detailed information on how to use the new service registration functionality in LaMPSS. The government department responsible for each funding program will provide further guidance on how to use Service Registration if it is a requirement for your program.
Organization Funded Agreements Learning Module
The “LaMPSS Organization/Service Provider Orientation” learning module was developed to help service providers understand how they can interact with the LaMPSS self-serve website. The learning module will highlight the key aspects of the self-serve functionality in LaMPSS.
To view the online learning material you must have a minimum of Adobe Reader 9 and Flash Player 8 installed on your computer.
EAS Case Management Learning Modules
The “EAS Case Management” learning modules are located at http://www.novascotia.ca/lae/LaMPSS/eas_resources.asp .
LaMPSS Maintenance Releases
A Maintenance release is a set of changes made to the system as a result of ongoing review of the functionality and performance of the LaMPSS system. Below is a complete list of the LaMPSS maintenance releases; you can click on each of the links below to see a list of the enhancements and changes made to the LaMPSS program since March 2012.
If you have any questions about the LaMPSS system, please contact:
LaMPSS Operations Support
Toll Free: 1-877-404-7074
Link to the LaMPSS login page