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After 19 years of exemplary service as Executive Director of the Workforce Planning Board of Waterloo Wellington Dufferin, Carol Simpson is moving on…..to New Brunswick!

You are invited to join us for a farewell reception on Thursday, September 19th,…

There is an increasing demand for talent in the hotel industry. With that in mind Conestoga College is offering a free training program designed to meet that need.

In 6 weeks, participants will obtain
industry-specific certifications and develop the skills required for customer service in hospitality positions.

Hiring refugees and new immigrants can be one answer to the talent shortage facing local business and some local employers have found innovative ways to support these new hires. This breakfast event will highlight local 'in the workplace’ initiatives aimed at improving refugee and new immigrant employment outcomes. A discussion panel will talk about how their learnings may help your business overcome workforce challenges.

NPAAMB has a new program for Indigenous youth that are interested in developing their employability and life skills through culture-based training. The Oyà:na Pre-Employment Training Program runs for a duration of 11-weeks and is offered in all 5 of the NPAAMB catchment areas (Hamilton, Brantford, Kitchener-Waterloo, St. Catharines, and Fort Erie). During the program Urban Indigenous youth are given the opportunity to enhance their employability, life-skills, and ignite their passions through culturally grounded programming. Oyà:na provides an opportunity for youth to obtain a myriad of essential skills that are necessary whether the individual is going into further education, training or employment. Oyà:na participants work to receive several certificates (i.e. first-aid/CPR, smart serve, safe food handlers, AODA) throughout the program to add to their portfolios; this can remove barriers and assist in securing future employment. Cultural relevancy is very important to the program as well; it is an objective to have the individuals explore what it means to be an Indigenous person and to feel pride in their identity.

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After 19 years of exemplary service as Executive Director of the Workforce Planning Board of Waterloo Wellington Dufferin, Carol Simpson is moving on…..to New Brunswick!

You are invited to join us for a farewell reception on Thursday, September 19th,…

There is an increasing demand for talent in the hotel industry. With that in mind Conestoga College is offering a free training program designed to meet that need.

In 6 weeks, participants will obtain
industry-specific certifications and develop the skills required for customer service in hospitality positions.

Hiring refugees and new immigrants can be one answer to the talent shortage facing local business and some local employers have found innovative ways to support these new hires. This breakfast event will highlight local 'in the workplace’ initiatives aimed at improving refugee and new immigrant employment outcomes. A discussion panel will talk about how their learnings may help your business overcome workforce challenges.

NPAAMB has a new program for Indigenous youth that are interested in developing their employability and life skills through culture-based training. The Oyà:na Pre-Employment Training Program runs for a duration of 11-weeks and is offered in all 5 of the NPAAMB catchment areas (Hamilton, Brantford, Kitchener-Waterloo, St. Catharines, and Fort Erie). During the program Urban Indigenous youth are given the opportunity to enhance their employability, life-skills, and ignite their passions through culturally grounded programming. Oyà:na provides an opportunity for youth to obtain a myriad of essential skills that are necessary whether the individual is going into further education, training or employment. Oyà:na participants work to receive several certificates (i.e. first-aid/CPR, smart serve, safe food handlers, AODA) throughout the program to add to their portfolios; this can remove barriers and assist in securing future employment. Cultural relevancy is very important to the program as well; it is an objective to have the individuals explore what it means to be an Indigenous person and to feel pride in their identity.

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