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  • Wednesday Oct 04, 2023 at 2:00pm
    135 minutes

    Part 1: Building a Better Resumé

    Be better prepared to write an effective resume. Learn how to structure your resume and best describe your work experiences and accomplishments.

     Part 1: 2:00-3:00pm

    Learn how to prepare yourself for an interview and improve interview performance. Explore common interview questions.

    Part 2: 3:15-4:15pm

  • Mondays, Oct 16, 2023 - Dec 11, 2023
    120 minutes

    5 sessions remaining

    Are you looking for work? Unemployed or underemployed?

    Drop-in to meet one-on-one with an Employment Counsellor from the Pinecrest-Queensway Employment Services team.

  • Saturday Nov 04, 2023 at 1:30pm
    120 minutes

    Join a professional from the Chartered Professional Accountants of Canada to talk about moving ahead financially after job loss. Topics such as understanding how to budget after job loss, how to deal with debt, accessing benefits, and finding a new job will be covered. 

  • Banner reading "Better Soft Skills for a Thriving Workplace"

    Thursday Nov 16, 2023 at 7:00pm
    90 minutes

    Active listening, negotiating, conflict resolution, situational leadership...these are but some of the essential soft skills to empower employees to thrive in the new Knowledge Workforce. More than ever before, organizations' success depends not only on their workers' technical competencies but on their ability to relate positively with all stakeholders (employees, managers, customers and vendors) to produce results. Come discover how being a better team mate, thinking critically, effectively selling your ideas, and making strategic decisions can bolster your performance at work!

    This session will be presented by Wanito Bernadin, a service-centric, insightful and transformational business executive contributing over a decade of information technology, target account selling and management consulting experience to increase organizational competencies. Wanito serves as the Chief Information Officer at Library and Archives Canada, the federal government institution tasked with acquiring, preserving, and providing access to Canada's documentary heritage. He was the Chief Information Officer of the National Capital Commission of Canada, the federal Crown corporation dedicated to ensuring that Canada's Capital is a dynamic and inspiring source of pride for all Canadians. He also held leadership roles with the Office of the Superintendent of Financial Institutions, the regulator of Canada’s banking and insurance industry, and with the Canada Revenue Agency which administers tax, benefits, and related programs. And before joining the federal government, he worked in the information technology industry as a consultant, project manager, marketer, salesperson, and business leader.