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Community partners are pleased to announce the 3rd offering of the HMP Job Fair. If you are a community partner and would like to participate contact Elayne @ firstname.lastname@example.org.
Each month, there will be a full day training session on a topic that is centred on issues that are prominent in our community. The training sessions, although separate, have been placed in such an order that will provide a continuation of information from one workshop to the next.
Participants may choose to register for one, two or all three of the sessions. Lunch and nutrition breaks are included in the registration fees. The available Personal Development opportunities, and details, are listed below.
Tuesday, November 1st, 2016: Sexual Exploitation of Youth – CASEY
Tuesday, December 13th, 2016: Trauma Informed Practice – Ellie Jones & Cheryl Coleman
Tuesday, February 7th, 2017: Restorative...
Tuesday, November 1, 2016 - 12:00 - 13:00
Bruneau Centre for Research and Innovation
St. John's, NL A1B 3X8
What is the role of emotional knowledge in event design and strategic planning? Harris Centre staff Taylor Stocks will deliver a workshop on embodied emotional knowledge in event design. Without acknowledging this key piece, strategic planning initiatives can fall apart before they begin. This workshop will explore how to integrate the emotional with the rational. Lunch will be provided.
Registration is free but required: ...
Wednesday, November 9, 2016 - 09:00 - 10:30
Hosted by the John Howard Society NL
342 Pennywell Road, St. John's
CONFIRM YOUR ATTENDANCE EMAIL email@example.com!
Get connected, stay connected and mine the brain trust of your colleagues. This CoP (community of practice) for career practitioners is where you stay up to date, problem-solve and share resources.
Register by messaging Elayne at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 579-6606. We need to know if you are coming so we can be prepared.
What: These cafe sessions are facilitated networking session specific to the employment sector. We provide a menu of questions or conversation starters for small group discussions. Come grab a coffee while connecting with...
Wednesday, November 16, 2016 - 12:00 - 13:30
NLHHN Training Centre, 35 Charter Avenue, St. John's
Email to register: email@example.com
Cost: Free to CCEPP Partners, $20 to outside partners
In a nutshell, BSST emphasizes being useful vs. helpful. People are experts in their own lives. In “self –contained” conversations, the counsellor/therapist meets the person outside of their problem seeing people in relationship to their problem vs. ‘having’ or ‘being’ the problem. Meaningful difference is seen as possible and actionable. People have knowledge and, as counsellor/therapists, BSST embraces the skill of curiosity and inquiry. This lunch and learn will look at the key concepts of BSST, explore “listening with a brief ear” and illicit conversation that asks how discovering the “counter story” creates agency and opportunity for hope, growth and change.
About the presenter Dana Warren
Oct 19 2016
The “Youth Achieve” literacy program of Community Centre Alliance is a poverty reduction initiative that aims to assist young people who want to stay on the path to high school graduation and further learning.
- We are seeking a Literacy Coach whose duties will include:
- Developing and delivering individualized learning programs with young people Complete pre and post reading and writing assessments
- Creating a safe and respectful learning environment
- Using the Barton Learning system and other teaching aids to teach basic literacy skills to youth
- Maintaining detailed records related to the project and each learners progress ...
Oct 20 2016
The Murphy Centre is a community-based agency committed to providing participants with educational, career and personal development opportunities.
We are currently seeking an Academic Instructor / Tutor to support participants in the High School Credit (HSC) and Adult Basic Education (ABE) programs.
- tutor individuals and facilitate small group learning
- consult with academic instructors
- provide remedial assistance and learning supports
- schedule and manage tutoring program
- possesses a degree in education at the secondary school level
- completed university courses in a variety of teachable subjects
- experienced in teaching Math and Science courses
Oct 11 2016
The Community Centre Alliance (CCA) is helping to reduce poverty at the grassroots level, with a focus to help individuals move out of poverty, by providing programs and services related to education, literacy, employment and economic development.
The Community Centre Alliance Inc. (CCA) is a not-for-profit organization and registered charity that fosters the development of its community Centre members and their residents through programming and partnerships with other community Centre’s, community leaders and stakeholders.
The Community Centre Alliance (CCA) is seeking a dynamic and highly motivated individual to fill a youth intern position of Junior Digital and Information Technologist
- installing and maintaining computer...