Employment Events

One of the RRLIPs local priorities, as outlined in the revised Settlement Strategy and Action Plan, is employmentA key objective in advancing the employment priority is to support workforce development by highlighting local employment events (e.g job fairs, employment workshops, networking events, training opportunities, etc.). To share an employment event with newcomers, please follow the submission details outlined at the bottom of the page.

 

Employment Events 

Registration Deadlines May Apply; Details Available in Each Link Below.

Note that Events are Listed under Organization Names, According to Dates, So New Posts May Not Be At the Top. 

 

 

Courses/Events Offered by CFS Regina (Catholic Family Services)

Workplace ESL for Women
View Poster here
June 06 – June 22, 2022 (Every Monday and Wednesday)
Time: 10 am – 11:30 pm
Location: Online/Zoom
To register call 306-525-0521 or email  

 

Employment Readiness Workshops - June
For more information, or to register call 306-525-0521 or email  View Poster Here

  • Interview Skills for Success Workshop 
    Thursday, June 16, 2022,
    10 am - 12 pm,
    Zoom
  • Job Search, Resume, and Cover Letter Skills Workshop
    Thursday, June 23, 2022,
    10 am - 12 pm,
    Zoom

 


Advanced Computer Skills Workshop
View Poster Here
Date: June 07 - June 16, 2022 (Every Tuesday and Thursday)
Time: 4 pm - 6 pm
Location: 160 McIntosh Street (In-Person) 
To register call 306-525-0521 or email  

 

Job Finding Club
Date: May 16, 2022 - Jun 03, 2022 
Time: 10 am - 3 pm 
Location: 160 McIntosh Street (In-Person)
View poster here: 

Program topics include: 
 - Personal Branding
 - Develop the Hidden Job Market
 - Customize Resume/Cover Letter
 - Job Search Strategies
 - Networking through LinkedIn
 - Successful Interview Strategies
 - Video Taped Job Interview
 - Elevator Speech 

To register or for more information, please contact   or call 306-525-0521.

 

 

Courses/Events Offered by RODS (Regina Open Door Society) 

May 2022 - Employment Readiness Workshops

(many daytime and evening sessions)
Offered by Regina Open Door Society
View Event Poster Here  
All newcomers to Canada (focusing on but not limited to newcomers within the past 5 years),
Aged 16 and above, who experience cultural, and/or language/literacy barriers to employment. 
Daytime workshops require the language proficiency of CLB5+.

Evening workshops require CLB3+

To Register call: 306-352-3521 or email:   
The Employment Readiness Workshops Registration form:https://rods.sk.ca/employment-workshops-application-form  

 

June 2022 - Employment Readiness Workshops

(many daytime and evening sessions)
Offered by Regina Open Door Society
View Event Poster Here  
All newcomers to Canada (focusing on but not limited to newcomers within the past 5 years),
Aged 16 and above, who experience cultural, and/or language/literacy barriers to employment. 
Daytime workshops require the language proficiency of CLB5+.
Evening workshops require CLB3+. 

To Register call: 306-352-3521 or email:   
The Employment Readiness Workshops Registration form:https://rods.sk.ca/employment-workshops-application-form



Mentorship Program - Empowering Through Knowledge and Expert Guidance
Leading industry professionals will mentor you to: 
 - Develop SMART career goals

 - Learn about the industry
 - Understand the professional requirements in your field
 - Develop a professional network
 - Navigate the recruitment process
 - Identify and develop in-demand competencies
Program Requirements: 
 - Must be eligible to work in Canada
 - Must have and English language skill level of CLB 6 or above

 - Must have a Bachelor's degree outside Canada
 - At least two years of work experience in a profession outside Canada 
 - Doesn't have Canadian experience in their field
 - Must have lived in Canada for five years or less 

Contact your employment counsellor to register for the program
 

 

Career Loans - Information Sessions/Speakers

May 2022  (12:00 pm - 12:45 pm and 7:00 pm - 7:45 pm) 
Your Career Success in Canada - Career Supports for Professional Newcomers in Alberta and Saskatchewan
Info session offered by Career Loans
Learn how you can gain access to FREE, personalized career support to get back into your preferred career without leaving your home!
For Permanent Residents, Canadian Citizens or Convention Refugees currently residing in the Canadian provinces of Alberta or Saskatchewan

Thursday May 26
Time slot 1: 12PM MST/ CST
Time slot 2: 7PM MST/ CST

Register here:  https://www.eventbrite.ca/e/243815006247 


Date: Wednesday, June 8th @ 12 PM MST/CST
Exploring a Career as a Pharmacist in Alberta


Register: Exploring a Career as a Pharmacist in Alberta Tickets, Wed, 8 Jun 2022 at 12:00 PM | Eventbrite

Featured Blog Posts: Volunteering as a Newcomer in Canada 

View Career Loans information poster here

 

 

Saskatchewan Safety Council: videos and courses  https://ssc.mclms.net/en/ 

 

Youth and Electricity: A Caregiver’s Guide video 
Developed by Sask. Safety Council and Sask. Power 
A new safety resource that highlights a series of situations that youth or a caregiver may experience when looking after little ones, pertaining to electrical safety. This video resource can benefit anyone who is watching little ones, or other youth as well.
See the video here: https://www.facebook.com/watch/?v=474402770830301 

 

Online - accessible 24 hours/day - Free program
Ground Disturbance for Saskatchewan Workers program - raising awareness of underground or soil-related hazards for new or young workers.
Offered by Sask. Safety Council
Log in to the course here
Set up a profile to take courses here
See many other courses (both free and requiring payment) here

 

Career Safety Education:
The first program of its kind in North America, it provides universal access to completely FREE safety training for all youth in Saskatchewan. By working together with generous partners, we are able to deliver the training to any youth between 14 and 21 years of age.

To complete Career Safety Education, four safety courses must be completed.
The 4 compulsory courses are:
1). Workplace Hazardous Materials Information System (WHMIS 2015) - Youth Specific Online
2). Young Worker Readiness Certificate Course
3). Mental Health Wellness Training
4). And, depending on your career interest, you choose one of the following industry orientations:
- Agriculture: OATS (Online Agriculture Training System) (Currently unavailable due to technical issues and is being redeveloped)
- Heavy Construction: RSTS (Roadbuilders Safety Training System Online) (Currently unavailable due to technical issues)
- Construction and Trades: SCOT (Safety Construction Orientation Training)
- Healthcare: WAVE (Workplace Assessment and Violence Education)
Other online courses are optional.

Sign up at the bottom of the page: https://www.sasksafety.org/career-safety-education.html 

 

Various Organizations:   

Regina Public Library: 

Tuesdays
Resume and Job Coaching Program
(online coaching sessions)
Offered by Regina Public Library
View the Schedule of RPL Programs Here
To Register: Click on the registration link for the date you wish to attend

 

Entrepreneurship - Square One

One-On-One In-Person Meetings with an Advisor
April 27-29.

Meet with Entrepreneurship Advisor, Ashley Dean, to gain one-on-one guidance on starting and growing your business in Saskatchewan.

Areas of expertise include: General Startup; Business Setup; Business Planning; Market Research
Limited appointments are available

 
(306) 242-4101
Toll Free: 1 (888) 576-4444

Please note: These meeting times are not available on the website. To book, call the office or email.


Webinars to Help Start and Grow Your Business
Offered by Square One - Saskatchewan's Centre for Entrepreneurship
Square One has MANY different webinars, events and resources for businesses and entrepreneurshttps://squareonesask.ca/
https://squareonesask.ca/events/upcoming-events/
  

https://squareonesask.ca/resources/videos/

Business Planning Information: https://squareonesask.ca/services/business-plan-guidance/ 

How to Start a Business in Saskatchewan 
Are you ready to launch your business? Attend this webinar to find out how to set up a new business in Saskatchewan.  on-demand video here

How to Draft a Business Plan (ongoing monthly sessions) 
Need to create a business plan?  Learn about the fundamentals of what you should include and how to make your idea shine. 
4:00 pm - 5:30 pm - April 13  
Register here
 

ComIT 
Online Coding Course - Starting in January, 2022: FREE (cost covered) when you Apply for a Scholarship

Offered by ComIT (a registered charity)
3 month, part-time course for those interested in a career in Information Technology (IT) and are experiencing difficulties finding a job. More information here
Click here for more information, FAQ's and to apply for the course
Website: https://comit.org/
APPLY NOW - Course starting in January, but a waiting list is kept for future

 

Saskatchewan Government
Saskatchewan Job Board
- constantly being updated with new positions available 

saskjobs.ca

Economic Recovery Work Experience Project poster

 


Economic Development Regina
TheHiveYQR - Economic Development Regina - facilitates connections to help entrepreneurs thrive: peer relationships, mentoring opportunities, networking events, etc.
  
Join us at Path Cowork on June 14 for an in-person event to mark the launch of theHiveYQR!

Here, you'll be able to mingle and network with all the bees in theHive face-to-face. There will be a short formal program at 4:30 p.m.

Opening remarks provided by:
Chris Lane, President and CEO at Economic Development Regina
Thomas Benjoe, President and CEO at FHQ Developments
Amanda Parkinson, HR / Business Advisor at WESK

Sara Fong, Community Manager at Path Cowork, will buzz about theHiveYQR and what bees can expect from the program!
Register Now (Join to Register) 

 

*Submission Details: 

If you would like to share an employment event with the newcomer community, please follow the directions below. All submissions must be provided at least 7 days in advance of the event date. The RRLIP will rely on its community of stakeholders to contribute to this list. 

Directions for Form Submission:

1) Access submission form here

2) Complete form

3) Attach completed form and 

*The RRLIP will use your submission form as provided for promotion of the event and it will not be edited*