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)

View CFS' Oct-Dec Training Calendar here
To register or for more information, please contact   or call 306-525-0521.

Job Finding Club 
For more information, please contact  or call 306-525-0521.

 

 

Courses/Events Offered by RIWC (Regina Immigrant Women Centre)

Pre-employment and Skills Development Support (PASS) for racialized women

This project aims to deliver customized training modules designed to increase the employability of racialized women.

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For more information, email , phone 306-359-6516, or visit RIWC's website: www.reginaiwc.ca.

 

 

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

Employment Readiness Workshops
(many daytime and evening sessions)  View poster

These workshops facilitate a safe and friendly environment where every participant feels comfortable asking questions and working towards gaining employment and integrating into the Canadian workplace.

These workshops are open to:

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 English proficiency of CLB5+ 
Evening workshops require CLB3+ 

To Register call: 306-352-3521 or email:   or fill out the Registration form on the RODS website: https://rods.sk.ca/programs/employment/readiness/employment-readiness-workshops-registration-form/ 

 

Career Bridging Information Sessions - Nov. 7 @ 10 am, Nov. 24 @ 2 pm View poster

Welcome to Canada Job Fair for Refugees - Nov. 9th 10 am - 2 pm   View poster
This online job fair is a monthly event held the second Wednesday of each month in partnership with Talent Pool.

 

Coffee and Connect program - Nov. 15th and 29th (every other Tues.), 5 - 6 pm View Poster
A FREE online networking program where Temporary Foreign Workers can discuss a variety of topics with the RODS TFWs team and other foreign workers, share and learn from experience, and make new friends.

Who can join: Anyone holding a closed or open work permit, including those in the Temporary Foreign Worker Program (TFWP), Seasonal Agricultural Worker Program (SAWP), and International Mobility Program (IMP) 

Registration: 
- For the zoom link email:    
- Text:"TFW" to 306-550-9462
-  Click the link: Temporary Foreign Worker program (TFW) 

For any questions/concerns please contact (306) 550-9462.

 

Youth Employment Skills and Strategy Program (YESS) 
Information Sessions Nov. 23rd and 25th, and Dec. 6th @ 10 am   View poster
Class begins January 3, 2023

 

English for Employment (E4E) classes

Class Eligibility requirements:
- Strong English communication skills (CLB 5+)
- Newcomer to Canada within last 5 years
- 18 years of age or older
- Legally authorized to work in Saskatchewan
- Must be fully vaccinated against COVID-19

Want to learn more? Call our office (306) 352-3521

 

Career Mentorship Program - Empowering Through Knowledge and Expert Guidance
Leading industry professionals will mentor you.  View poster
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 RODS employment counsellor to register for the program, or call 306-352-3521.

 

WES (World Education Services) Gateway program   
WES Gateway program provides credential evaluation for refugees and individuals displaced due to war crises in their home countries who lack verifiable educational, employment, and professional credentials that are important for further education or gaining employment in their respective fields.  View Poster

For more information phone 306-352-3521 or email: 

 

Windmill Microloans  View poster

 

 

Courses/Events Offered by IWS - Regina office

International Women of Saskatoon (IWS), with an office in Regina, is committed to providing provincially funded settlement services, namely: general information, settlement action planning and referrals to employment services, language learning supports and other community resources in Regina and the Catchment area to help to enhance individuals equitable access to enhance their professional outcomes.  

IWS also facilitates Group Learning Circles (GLC), specially designed to bring together individuals to receive theme-based information on life In Saskatchewan, from content expert providers and other community leaders. 

For more information on IWS' Group Learning Circles and other services, please contact:
IWS' Regina office by phone at 306-525-3268 
or contact
 the Provincial Settlement Services Manager at 306-525-3286 or
by email:   

 

 

 

Regina Public Library

Resume and Job Coaching Program
(online coaching sessions)

View the Schedule of RPL Programs Here
To Register: Click on the registration link for the date you wish to attend

 

 

Regina Work Preparation Centre (Work Prep) 

Work Prep delivers specialized career and employment services for individuals who face multiple personal and systemic barriers to employment.

All programs are recommended for individuals with English at CLB 5 or higher.

Computer Resource Centre (CRC) - Mon. - Fri. 8:30 am - 4 pm
FREE, No Appointment Needed and open to anyone. Workshops on most Thursday afternoons.

Drop-in Workshops (various topics) - Tuesdays 1 - 3pm  View poster

Computer Training Classes - Wednesdays in November 1:30 - 3:30 pm  View poster

ColoursSpectrum Leadership Certificates Training - Nov. 10th 1 - 4 pm  View poster

Digital Literacy course -- Nov 8th - 25th 
For those needing basic and intermediate computer skills to help with their employability. 
These courses can also be done 1-1 if needed. Call 306-757-9096 to register.

Youth On Their Way to Work (YOWW) - Next group starts November 14th
Through YOWW, we work to assist youth (ages 15-30) on their employment journey by creating a customized experience based on their needs. If interested, call 306-757-9096.   

Enhancing Job Search Techniques with Reality Therapy/Choice Theory - Nov. 21 1 - 3 pm
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Employment Pathways - For intake, please call 306-757-9096.
Through this program, we assist residents in Regina (age 16+) to successfully prepare for and participate in the labour market. This program focuses on strengthening and connecting individual job seekers to sustainable employment, education and training in support of current labour market needs.
This program can also benefit employers facing a labour shortage.

Job Launch Program 
The Job Launch program provides responsive and individualized employment services to individuals sixteen (16) years or older, who have current/previous involvement with the criminal justice system within the last twelve (12) months, and are interested in seeking employment and/or education and training opportunities. Clients may also access services on a walk-in basis or be referred from community agencies.  For intake, call 306-757-9096.

In Motion & Momentum (IM&M)+ is an evidence-based national research project that supports clients who are at a pre-employability stage in their careers. Using experiential learning practices group participants will be supported to make develop an action plan for their next step that feels right for them.

Next registration intake is in December 2022 for January 2023 session. Contact Regina WorkPrep to learn more or request a presentation for your group. Email:    Phone: 306-757-9096

See this program video that participants have put together to share the impact of the program on their lives. The video link is: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SlXq64d-Kv0

 

 

 

Regina Fire & Protective Services - Information Session

Topic: How to join Regina Fire & Protective Services (RFPS)
When: Saturday, December 3, 2022, from 1 to 3 p.m.
Where: University of Regina
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Economic Development Regina

TheHiveYQR

Regina is a city known for it’s sense of community and entrepreneurial spirit. The increasing support for start-ups combined with its sense of community, makes it the best place to be for any level of entrepreneur to receive advice and for any business expert looking to share their knowledge or give back to Regina’s local community. By leveraging this energy and community, theHiveYQR facilitates connections to help all entrepreneurs succeed. 

You can join the program at any time, at zero cost. Join TheHiveYQR 

This program is powered by Economic Development Regina, FHQ Developments, and Women Entrepreneurs of Saskatchewan (WESK).

 

 

Career Loans - Information Sessions/Micro Loans

Career Loans is a virtual program that empowers Internationally Trained Individuals (ITI's) in Alberta and Saskatchewan to achieve their career goals, by providing free one-on-one career counselling and micro loans to eligible applicants.

Monthly Webinar - Dec. 9th: Guided Goal Setting for Newcomers @  1 PM SK
Click here
for more information. View poster

FREE Career Loans Information Session - Wednesday, November 30, 2022, | 1 PM SK
Don't miss this short FREE session where counsellor Cheryl Murray explains how Career Loans, microloans, and career counselling can help you return to your career of choice! Click here to save your seat!

For Permanent Residents, Canadian Citizens or Convention Refugees currently residing in the Canadian provinces of Alberta or Saskatchewan

View Career Loans information poster here

Get in touch with Cheryl Murray (Saskatchewan Counsellor):   

Our experts are waiting to help you with free career and financial counselling services. Register now and our counsellors will reach out and schedule a session with you!

 

 

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

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

 

SK Startup Institute (formerly Square One)

Website: https://skstartup.ca/

General Information:   
Toll Free: 1 (888) 576-4444

Meet our new Advisor! Adrea Propp | Regina, SK

You will find Adrea at Path Cowork in Regina. She is taking in-person appointments in Regina, and is available via Zoom, phone and email for entrepreneurs throughout Saskatchewan.

Book an appointment with Adrea

Connect with experts and professionals in Saskatchewan

Our Ask an Expert program lowers the barrier for entrepreneurs by providing access to critical, tailored support, regardless of your business stage or experience level. Speak with an expert in any of the following areas:

  • Accounting & Bookkeeping
  • Business Planning
  • Business Strategy
  • Legal
  • Marketing
  • Commercial Realty

All appointments are 45 minutes and available by phone or Zoom. Fee: $25 + GST per meeting Learn more

Check out SK Startup Institute's Calendar of Events here: https://skstartup.ca/events/

 

 

ComIT 

ComIT is a "registered tech-focused charity that provides IT training, free of charge and tailored to the immediate market, for students and early career professionals facing employment barriers." (ref.)

Below is some information on ComIT courses and what they offer, along with links to their website and YouTube channel:

ComIT Website

ComIT YouTube

APPLY NOW -  A waiting list is kept

 

Saskatchewan Government

Economic Recovery Work Experience Project 
The Economic Recovery Work Experience Initiative is a pandemic recovery project targeted to employers and job seekers affected by the economic impacts of COVID-19. The initiative will fund paid work experiences for participants in the following priority sectors: Accommodation and Food services, Agriculture, Retail Services, Health, IT and Childcare.
For more information, see website

 

 

National Newcomer Navigation Network (N4)

Pre-Registration for the Winter 2023 IEHPs Program is Open - Apply Now! 
Le pré-enregistrement pour le Programme PSFE Hiver 2023 est ouverte - Inscrivez-vous dès maintenant!

Saint Paul University’s Institute for Transformative Leadership, in partnership with N4, has developed this program to help Internationally Educated Healthcare Professionals (IEHPs) overcome barriers to finding healthcare jobs in Canada. 

Available in English and French. Learn more and pre-register

IEHPs Conversation Cafe

Are you an Internationally Trained Physician or Internationally Educated Nurse? Would you like to network with others who are working towards licensure in Canada? Could you assist N4 in developing tools and resources for professionals like you? Join our IEHPs Conversation Café today!

https://www.newcomernavigation.ca/en/iehps/iehps-conversation-cafe.aspx

 

 

 

*RRLIP Employment Events Page - 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 relies 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 for promotion of the event but it may be edited for clarity and/or brevity.*