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Dec 20,12  Skills Link Career Program
To Participate in Skills Link projects, you must be:
Between 15 and 30 years of age
Out of school
Canadian citizen, permanent resident, or a person with refugee status
Legally entitled to work in Canada
Not in receipt of Employment Insurance (EI) benefits
In need of assistance to overcome employment barriers
SKILLS LINK OBJECTIVE to help youth facing barriers to employment develop the broad range of skills, knowledge and work experience needed to participate in the job market. This program offers a wide range of activities that can be tailored to meet individual needs and provide more intensive assistance over longer periods of time. PROGRAM TRAINING
$300/week training allowance
6 weeks classroom career path and basic job skills readiness development
Career Exploration
Social Media and Job Search
Interview and Job Search Strategies
SHORT TERM CERTIFICATE TRAINING
Options such as First Aid Training, WHMIS, Food Safe
WORK EXPERIENCE AND JOB PLACEMENT
4 weeks Employability Skill Development through work experience or a community project
$300/week wage subsidy
Successful participants will be eligible for continuing supports for career focused education.
Limited Seating Register Early for Program to start January 11th, 2013
Chase Employment Centre
Box 1328, Chase, BC V0E 1M0
Phone 250-679-8448 Fax 250-679-8117
Email: chaseemployment@cablelan.net
Website: chaseemployment.ca

Dec 20,12  Starting a New Job
Starting a New Job - Starts at 9:30 am
ALL WORKSHOPS ARE FREE!
Your first day of work will help identify yourself in the eyes of your new co-workers. Make a good first impression, and you'll soon be seen as a competent and valued colleague. But a bad first impression could translate into months or years of trying to undo and moreover rectify the damage. Participants will receive Tips and Guidelines of how to prepare for their first day on the job, effectively manage their time in the workplace and ask the question needed to ensure you're on top of your game for your "first day of work!" Please phone to book into the workshop (250)679-8448
Dec 20,12  Skills Link Career Program
To Participate in Skills Link projects, you must be:
Between 15 and 30 years of age
Out of school
Canadian citizen, permanent resident, or a person with refugee status
Legally entitled to work in Canada
Not in receipt of Employment Insurance (EI) benefits
In need of assistance to overcome employment barriers
SKILLS LINK OBJECTIVE to help youth facing barriers to employment develop the broad range of skills, knowledge and work experience needed to participate in the job market. This program offers a wide range of activities that can be tailored to meet individual needs and provide more intensive assistance over longer periods of time. PROGRAM TRAINING
$300/week training allowance
6 weeks classroom career path and basic job skills readiness development
Career Exploration
Social Media and Job Search
Interview and Job Search Strategies
SHORT TERM CERTIFICATE TRAINING
Options such as First Aid Training, WHMIS, Food Safe
WORK EXPERIENCE AND JOB PLACEMENT
4 weeks Employability Skill Development through work experience or a community project
$300/week wage subsidy
Successful participants will be eligible for continuing supports for career focused education.
Limited Seating Register Early for Program to start January 11th, 2013
Chase Employment Centre
Box 1328, Chase, BC V0E 1M0
Phone 250-679-8448 Fax 250-679-8117
Email: chaseemployment@cablelan.net
Website: chaseemployment.ca

 
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Government of Canada and the Province of British Columbia