Peel Career Assessment Services

Peel Career Assessment Services
Mississauga, Ontario

Settlement Services Workshops

These workshops are delivered by an Employment Counsellor and are government funded by Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada and are available to Landed Immigrants, Convention Refugees and Live-in Caregivers FREE of charge. Dates and duration are subject to change as a result of participant interest. See below for the upcoming workshops or download the complete calendar(s):

AUGUST 2017 SETTLEMENT CALENDAR

SEPTEMBER 2017 SETTLEMENT CALENDAR

August 22, 2017
10:00am — 12:00pm
16 hours From Now

First Canadian Resume & Personal Branding

First Canadian Resume - Your resume is often the first point of contact between you and an employer. If you are a newcomer to Canada and interested in how to write an effective resume for the Canadian job market, join our workshop where you will learn the basics of resume writing, how to highlight your skills and what the difference is between and resume and a CV. Personal Branding - In the competitive Canadian job market, it is a growing trend to brand yourself through social media to help you stand out from other applicants, tap the hidden job market, and to gain access to a network of professionals.  This workshop will help participants understand how and why they should build and keep a positive online presence for the purpose of employment. Participants will be introduced to the concept of personal branding and how to use platforms such as LinkedIn, Facebook and Twitter to create their own personal brand. LOCATION: CENTRE FOR EDUCATION AND TRAINING (CET) OAKVILLE - NIC - 690 Dorval Drive, Suite 100, Oakville, ON  L6K 3X9

August 22, 2017
10:00am — 12:00pm
16 hours From Now

Job Search Skills

Are you a newcomer seeking employment in Canada but don’t know where to begin?  Then this workshop is for YOU! During this session you will learn key job searching tips and how to market yourself.  

September 15, 2017
1:00pm — 3:00pm
24 days From Now

Newcomer Welcome Club (MANDARIN WORKSHOP)

Newcomer Welcome Club (THIS WORKSHOP WILL BE DELIVERED IN MANDARIN) - This session provides participants with information on steps each immigrant must take in order to successfully settle in Canada.  Newcomers are provided with information about benefits, government programs and resources available to them as well as an overview about living in Canada. LOCATION:  CENTRE FOR EDUCATION AND TRAINING - NIC - 690 DORVAL DRIVE, SUITE 100, OAKVILLE, ON  L6K 3X9  

September 21, 2017
10:00am — 12:00pm
30 days From Now

Elder Abuse (MANDARIN WORKSHOP)

Elder Abuse (THIS WORKSHOP WILL BE DELIVERED IN MANDARIN) - This workshop will provide you with information about types of elder abuse, how to cope with the abuse, and where to get help.  LOCATION:  CENTRE FOR EDUCATION AND TRAINING - NIC - 690 DORVAL DRIVE, SUITE 100, OAKVILLE, ON  L6K 3X9

September 26, 2017
10:00am — 12:00pm
35 days From Now

First Canadian Resume & Personal Branding

First Canadian Resume - Your resume is often the first point of contact between you and an employer. If you are a newcomer to Canada and interested in how to write an effective resume for the Canadian job market, join our workshop where you will learn the basics of resume writing, how to highlight your skills and what the difference is between and resume and a CV. Personal Branding - In the competitive Canadian job market, it is a growing trend to brand yourself through social media to help you stand out from other applicants, tap the hidden job market, and to gain access to a network of professionals.  This workshop will help participants understand how and why they should build and keep a positive online presence for the purpose of employment. Participants will be introduced to the concept of personal branding and how to use platforms such as LinkedIn, Facebook and Twitter to create their own personal brand. LOCATION: CENTRE FOR EDUCATION AND TRAINING (CET) OAKVILLE - NIC - 690 Dorval Drive, Suite 100, Oakville, ON  L6K 3X9

September 28, 2017
11:00am — 1:00pm
37 days From Now

Canadian Citizenship & Rights and Obligations

Is it time for you to apply for Canadian Citizenship? Find out by attending a free workshop that will share important information on eligibility requirements, completion of the application, steps involved, fees, taking the test and Citizenship Oath. You will also learn about the rights and obligations of being a Canadian Citizen. One-on-one orientation will also be available, by appointment, to participants in the completion of their application(s). Everyone is also welcome to stay for a tour of the facility and learn a little about Canadian history in the Region of Peel. ** THIS WORKSHOP IS IN PARTNERSHIP WITH THE MUSEUMS OF MISSISSAUGA, CITY OF MISSISSAUGA ** - Contact Marina Rosas directly at 905-670-1967 to sign up.  LOCATION: BRADLEY MUSEUM - 1620 Orr Road, Mississauga, ON  L5J 4T2

How to get in touch with us:

  • Workshops available to Landed Immigrants, Convention Refugees and Live-in Caregivers FREE of charge
  • Space is limited so please call 905.670.1967 or email services@peelcareer.com to register
  • Please mention the name and date of the workshop you would like to attend

 

Employment Services Workshops

These workshops are funded in part by the Government of Canada through Employment Ontario and are available to anyone that may benefit. Dates and duration are subject to change as a result of participant interest. See below for upcoming workshops or download the full month calendar:

AUGUST 2017 ERC CALENDAR

August 22, 2017
9:00am — 11:30am
15 hours From Now

Life/Essential Skills 6

Life/Essential Skills workshops: Designed to assist clients with coping with job loss, the process of self repair and setting goals. The workshop is a six part series that tackles:  

  1. Managing Job Loss
  2. Job Retention
  3. Identifying Skills and Building Self Esteem
  4. Conflict Resolution and Anger Management
  5. Time Management and Goal Setting
  6. Problem Solving and Decision Making
 

August 28, 2017
9:30am — 10:30am
6 days From Now

Second Career Info Session

A comprehensive review of the Second Career program eligibility requirements and detailed step-by-step information regarding the application process.  

August 31, 2017
9:00am — 11:30am
9 days From Now

Interview Skills: Convince the Employer to hire YOU!

Learn how to effectively answer common and challenging interview questions and practice during a group and/or one-on-one mock interview!

How to get in touch with us:

  • Workshops are available to anyone FREE of charge
  • Space is limited so please call 905.670.1967 or email erc@peelcareer.com to register
  • Please mention the name and date of the workshop you would like to attend