Workshops

Seeking a workshop topic to assist you in your Job Search? You came to the right place! Based on eligibility our Centre has various Workshops available for Self-Serve or Case Managed clients.

Employment Workshop topics assist Clients to develop the knowledge and skills they need in order to prepare for, find, obtain and maintain Employment, through group workshops or individual employment information sessions.

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Happy Thanksgiving!
Just a friendly reminder that our WorkBC Ashcroft, 100 Mile House and Williams Lake offices will be closed this coming Monday, October 9th for Thanksgiving! We will re-open Tuesday, October 10th at regular hours.
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Our Job Developers, Joe and Dragan, testing the selfie stop at the WorkBC booth at the Job Fair #2017WLJobFair ... See MoreSee Less

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Remember to check out the Williams Lake Job Fair 2017 today and tomorrow from 10:00am to 3:00pm at the Gibraltar Room located on 525 Proctor Street.

Take a Selfie at the WorkBC Horton Ventures Inc. table and hashtag
#2017WLJobFair to get a free bag of swag!
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Job Fair!

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Free S100 Basic Fire Suppression. ... See MoreSee Less

FREE! S100 Basic Fire Suppression & Safety Training and S185 Fire Avoidance and Entrapment will be offered on October 2 & 3 OR 26 & 27. This 16-hour, BC Forest Service course covers basic firefighti...

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“prepare” for job search

Career Planning
Dress for Success
Budgeting
Time Management
Building Self-Esteem
Goal Setting
Self-Awareness
Identifying Transferable Skills

“maintain” Employment

Workplace Communications
Problem Solving in workplace
Workplace Symbols and Signs

“find” jobs

Job Search
Cold Calling
Interview Preparation & Post
Networking
Arranging Interviews
Interview Skills
Self-Marketing
Labour Market Research
Resume Building & Enhancement
Using Internet & Email
Accessing the Hidden Job Market
Cover Letter & References
Informational Interviews

You can explore careers on the WorkBC Site.

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