Smart Serve Training
When: Monday June 22, 2015
Time: 10:30am – 4:00pm
Where: YWCA Hamilton - 75 MacNab Street South, Hamilton
Cost: $30.00 +HST payable at the time of registration.
Safe Food Handler Training
When: Tuesday June 23, 2015
Time: 9:30am – 4:30pm
Where: YWCA Hamilton- 75 MacNab Street South, Hamilton
Cost: $30.00 + HST ($45.00 if participants wish to keep the training booklet)
For more information or to register:
Contact Lauren at 905-522-9922 ext. 176
MOHAWK COLLEGE ACADEMIC UPGRADING PROGRAM
Step into the future with confidence
A tuition-free program that helps you build confidence and upgrade your skills.
A free workplace communication course for internationally trained health care professionals. Course starts in September. Bus tickets and all course materials provided. Successful participants will receive a Certificate in Workplace Communication Skills from Mohawk College.
PATH Employment Services offers a series of free workshops to support you with your job search efforts. Please call 905-528-6611 to reserve a seat.
Microsoft Office Workshop faciliated by the DeGroote Women in Management Association (WMA) at YWCA Hamilton, Thursday, May 27, 2015, 10:00am-3:25pm
Interested in Customer Service (inbound/outbound) opportunites or telesales?
Join us May 13th and meet the employer
Wednesday May 6, 2015 is the “Juice Up Your Resume” Event at PATH!
This event hosted by PATH Employment Services as an opportunity to Revise, Renew and Refresh your resume with PATH support!
Participants will receive feedback and a critique regarding their resume. Each session will average 10 minutes and provide participants with winning resume strategies and take away resources. Bring in your resume or come in to learn how to start writing a winning one.
Come on in to PATH Employment Services and enjoy one of these interactive May sessions to support your job searching. These session are FREE and open to the community to access. Please note that seating Space is limited… so to avoid disappointment, you do need to sign up by calling 905-528-6611 today!
Recharge Your Resume & Create A Cover Letter With Spark
Thursday May 14, 2015 1:30-3:30pm
Job Seeker Fast Track
Tuesday May 19, 2015 10-2:30pm
Attending: Martha Colangelo, Janet Hotston, Antony Goodwin, Gabriela Covaci (Mohawk College); Nicole Delottinville (PATH Employment Services); Francine Pircio (YMCA Employment Services); Edward Darling (ABEA); Cyndi Ingle (Workforce Planning Hamilton); Julie Robitaille (College Boreal); Christina Hollis (Employment Hamilton); Angie Vanderzalm, Susan Clarke (Industry Education Council); Lori Hause, William Yeung (TRIOs College); Deborah Neshkiwe-Fox (Hamilton Regional Indian Centre); Sharon Munro, Melissa Besic (Goodwill Career Centre)
Once your resume is prepared and you’ve established which jobs you would like to apply for, a cover letter will increase your chances of being considered for an interview. Join us to learn how to develop a cover letter and alter it; to make you a prime candidate!
Part 1 (AM) Job Search Strategies: Coping with Job Loss; Organizing Your Job Search; Hidden Job Market; Research Necessities; Networking; Social Media; ‘Elevator Speech’; Marketing Letters
Part 2 (PM) Job Search Tactics: Developing Your Skills; Accomplishment Statements; Winning Resumes; Cover Letters; E-Mails; Interviews; Employer Expectations; Apprenticeships
Videos and materials are available in English and French.
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Can you please read the following report: “Putting the Puzzle Together: Skills Alignment in Hamilton’s Transforming Economy” and its companion piece “More than a job: Exploring Career Pathways in Hamilton”?
St. Charles Home Helper (LBS) program is now taking names for anyone who wishes to train as a personal attendant. The program is a 11 week course open to youth, LBS levels 1-3, CLB 5+, Ontario Works clients and others looking to prepare for employment.
Those who have taken our program in the past have moved into employment.
Being offered at 770 Main Street East (East of Sherman)
What basic knowledge and skills do you need to make educated choices about your career direction?
This tuition-free series of four half-day workshops will help you identify realistic career goals that will suit your interests and strengths.
Discover how your personality, interests and relevant abilities relate to different occupational areas.
1. Welcome/introductions/reading of the EARN mission statement
2. Approval of Minutes of January 28, 2015
3. Approval of Agenda