Career Counseling

The goal of career counseling is to engage participants in meaningful discussions and activities to secure a longterm attachment to the labour market. It is provided as a one on one service and includes career decision making in the from of job search, personal skill development and can include job maintenance when an individual has found work.

Building Maintenance Worker (Certificate)

A 12-week non-credit certificate program which provides training in practical skills and commercial cleaning procedures for a variety of settings. The training reflects performance and knowledge standards required in the industry and emphasizes practical application of skills.  Program includes: 6 weeks classroom/practical instruction by College of North Atlantic Instructor/industry expert, 3 weeks classrom instruction in personal development  by College of North Atlantic Instructor plus 3 week  work exposure and job shadowing.

 

Target Clients: 

30 -64 year olds, receiving income support and grade 10 education or mature student status based on pre-evaluation tools outcomes. Income Support Recipients who are 18-29 are also considered. 

Career Connections

Career Connections incorporates group discussion and individualized tasks to assist newcomers with preparing for an entry-level position in their chosen field of study.

The workshop series provides practical tools and information to help Job Seekers develop the skills required for the Canadian work place and is a prerequisite for participation in the STEP and IPP programs. (Maximum of 8 participants for each group session)

Target Clients: 

Immigrants and refugees

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