Job Search Workshops are customized to the needs of unemployed and underemployed newcomers. Workshops take place on-site at Immigrant Services Association of Nova Scotia and online.
Job Search Strategies Workshop
(On-Site and Online)
The Job Search Strategies Workshop offers the opportunity to learn and develop your job search tools and interview skills.
In this workshop you learn about occupational requirements, methods of job search, resources for finding advertised jobs and potential employers, resumes, cover letters, marketing yourself, what to expect at an interview, what kinds of questions may be asked, and other topics. You have the opportunity to develop your job search skills and practice answering possible interview questions. You also learn about the Canadian workplace culture, employer expectations and your rights and responsibilities.
Participating in an effective job search and interview preparation process are essential steps on your road to employment.
Other Job Search Workshops
Job Search for Healthcare Professionals
This workshop is customized to the needs of Internationally Educated Healthcare Professionals. It covers job search techniques, targeting resumes and cover letters, understanding the culture of working in the Canadian healthcare system, preparing for a successful job interview and exploring alternative careers.
Job Search for Engineers
This workshop is customized to the needs of Internationally Educated Engineers. It covers job search techniques, resume and cover letter writing and targeting, preparing for successful job interviews, learning about the Canadian work place culture and exploring related occupations.
This workshop is for immigrant clients with literacy to CLB 4 language level. The workshop has the support of interpreters to prepare clients for entry level jobs.
Job Fair Preparation Workshop
This 3-hour workshop prepares you to become successful in marketing your qualifications and skills at job fairs. Learn how to target potential employers, prepare your 30-second introduction and how to follow up with participating employers.
Working in Canada (Online – Self-directed Study)
This self-study workshop introduces you to Canadian work place culture, employer expectations, and your rights and responsibilities in the workplace.
Workplace Integration in Canada (Online – Self-directed Study)
This course gives you basic information about Canadian workplace culture that you may never get anywhere else. It explains the most common employer expectations, which are often unwritten and unspoken. All the advice and information comes from the real life experiences of newcomers to Canada.
The above workshops are designed to help you build the skills and knowledge you need to find employment in Nova Scotia. They are fun, interactive and directly related to your learning needs as a new job seeker in Canada.
If you would like to register for any of these workshops, please talk to your Employment Specialist or send an e-mail to: firstname.lastname@example.org