Free workshop series available for the Prescott-Russell population

The Employment Services Center (CSEPR) revealed today its new series of fall workshops for the population of Prescott-Russell and surrounding areas. This series includes eight workshops on various topics that will be given in French, in English or even bilingually, from September to November. All themes aim at better informing and preparing participants in regards to different aspects of employment, from the job interview, to apprenticeship, to personal development.

“This new series of workshops, like previous ones, aims at helping both job seekers and workers continue to move forward on their career path,” said André Roy, Executive Director for the CSEPR.

“Our team continually strives to find current and interesting subjects, but also some that are diversified in order to meet with a wider range of client needs. Also, we believe we have managed to once again orchestrate a great series of activities to offer our community. We certainly hope that people will respond positively to this initiative, since the workshops’ aim is to better equip them in their current and future jobs,” concluded Roy.

List of workshops – Fall 2018

September 25  – Apprenticeship, Work Study Alteration : how it can be accessed

Hawkesbury : 10 AM (bilingual)              Rockland : 2 PM (bilingual)

By : Daniel Jeaurond, Employment & Training Consultant, Ministry of Training, Colleges and Universities

 October 16 – Postuler à l’emploi et réussir son entrevue – Face-à-face avec l’employeur

Rockland : 11 AM (French)

Par :  Roxanne Rollin, Propriétaire Quad Expert et Stéphanie Simard, Directrice TVC 22

 October 23 – Opportunités d’emploi et développement de carrière – Face-à-face avec l’employeur

Hawkesbury : 11 AM (French)

Par : Sophie Beauregard, Directrice service à la clientèle Banque Nationale et Janie Desforges, Superviseure des services administratifs, Résidence Prescott-Russell

November 6 – Build your confidence, believe in your strengths.

Hawkesbury : 10 AM (French)     2 PM (English)

By : Lynda Tessier, Employment Counsellor CSEPR

November 8 – Build your confidence, believe in your strengths.

Rockland : 10 AM (French)         2 PM (English)

By : Lynda Tessier, Employment Counsellor CSEPR

For more information, one can refer to individual data sheets available for each workshop on the Centre’s website in the calendar of activities section. All workshops are free, and registration is mandatory since space is limited. Registration can be made directly online (csepr.ca), by calling 1.800.668.5950 or 613.446.4189 or in person at the Centre.

 

About CSEPR

Employment Services Centre (CSEPR) is a not-for-profit corporation with 3 offices serving the vast region of Prescott-Russell. Sole organisation dispensing all employment services for the region, it is funded by the Ministry of Training, Colleges and Univiersities for the Employment Ontario program, as well as the Ministry of Community and Social Services for the Ontario Disability Support Program, and receives funding for the Ontario Works program from the  United Counties of Prescott-Russell. The Centre aims to accompany and support all types of clientele who are in search of work or reintegrating the workforce, as well as supporting regional employers with their staffing needs. The centre offers a complete line of tools and resources for its diverse clientele, including several subsidized programs, and through its mandate largely contributes to the region’s economic development.


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