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 in Order by Date, So New Posts May Not Be At the Top. 


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


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



Nov 1 - Dec 3, 2021  
Employment Readiness Workshops 
(daytime and evening sessions)
Offered by Regina Open Door Society
View Event Poster Here
To Register call: 306-352-3521 or email:     
The Employment Readiness Workshops Registration form:https://rods.sk.ca/employment-workshops-application-form 


October 18 - Dec 6, 2021  (Mondays and Fridays, 5-7 pm)  Ongoing registration!
Youth Coding Camp - will provide youth with experience in computational thinking and coding. Youth will learn how to describe and decompose a problem, create an algorithm, write code, and identify the important details needed to solve a problem and test the solution.
Offered by Regina Open Door Society
View Poster Here
Via Zoom
Technology required: will need a laptop or computer, internet connection and a Zoom account
Ages 18 – 29, legally entitled to work in Canada (including temporary residents)
CLB 4 and above; Permanent Residents (PR's) who have been in Canada for five years or less 
Contact: Zainabu Mwangangi   306-550-1839

Nov 1-4, 2021  9:30 - 11:30 am 
Employment Readiness Workshop -  Linked In
Offered by Regina Open Door Society
The 'Beginner LiknedIn' workshop will help participants to understand how to create a LinkedIn account and develop a recruiter-friendly profile; grow their network by connecting with others in their industry; maintain a professional online 'brand' across multiple social media sites.

View Poster Here
9:30 am – 11:30 am 
Ages 16 and above, newcomers to Canada
CLB Level 5 and above
(306)-352-3521 or email us at


Nov 1-5, 2021 - 1pm - 3 pm 
Employment Readiness Workshop - Occupation-Specific Job-Finding Club - Finance, Insurance and Accounting
Offered by Regina Open Door Society
The 'Occupation Specific Job Finding Club' workshops will help participants to demonstrate their knowledge of job search techniques in the field of Accounting, Finance, and Insurance.
View Poster Here
1:00 pm – 3:00 pm
Ages 16 and above, newcomers to Canada
CLB Level 5 and above
(306)-352-3521 or email us at 


Nov 25 and Nov 30  - every Tuesday and Thursday
Your Career Success in Canada
Info session offered by Career Loans

Tuesday Time: 12:15 pm - 1:00 pm
Thursday Time: 7:15 pm - 8:00 pm
***Every Tuesday & Thursday ***

November 10 at 12 pm MT / 1 pm CST 
Top Occupations in Tech webinar
Offered by Career Loans
A webinar for skilled newcomers in Alberta and Saskatchewan who want to work in the tech industry 

Registration: https://www. eventbrite.ca/e/188653386357  

Nov 22 - Nov 26, 2021, 9:30 am – 12:30 pm.
Employment Readiness workshop - Food Safe Level 1
Offered by Regina Open Door Society
View Poster Here
1:00 pm – 3:00 pm
Ages 16 and above, newcomers to Canada
CLB Level 4 and above
(306)-352-3521 or email us at  
Please note that the spots are limited for this course and the interested clients should make an appointment with the employment counselors to apply for this course. The deadline to submit the application to attend this course is November 15, 2021.


November 17 - December 22, 2021 (every Wednesday)
Basic Computer Skills Workshop (Series 3)
Manage PDF files; MS Excel fundamentals; MS PowerPoint fundamentals
Offered by CFS
4:00 - 5:30 pm Wednesdays
160 McIntosh St.
Open to Adults and Youth - Permanent Residents (PR's) and Refugees
Register with:  or call 306-525-0521


November 24
Offered by Regina Open Door Society
If someone is interested in starting the business or meeting fellow entrepreneurs, the 'Entrepreneurship' workshop will be helpful to understand the whole process. 
View Poster here
11:30 am - 12:30 pm 
Ages 16 and above, newcomers to Canada
CLB Level 5 and above
(306)-352-3521 or email us at  


November/December Webinars to Help Start and Grow Your Business 
Offered by Square One 

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.    4:00pm - 5:00 pm  - November 25   Register here today!
12:00am - 1:00 pm  - December 7    Register here 

View the on-demand video with the same information here

How to Draft a Business Plan
Need to create a business plan?  Learn about the fundamentals of what you should include and how to make your idea shine. 
12:30am - 2:00pm  -  November 17    
4:00pm - 5:30pm - December 15       
Register here today!


Online Coding Course - Starting in September: 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 September, but a waiting list is kept for future

Jan 17 – April 29, 2022 (Monday – Friday 9:00 am – 3:00 pm)
RISE Employment Training (Real Instruction For Successful Employment)
Basic skills, Employability and Job Search skills, Work Experiences, Job Placement, continued Coaching and Support
View Poster here
Application Deadline: December 1, 2022 
For information on Sask. Polytech website: https://saskpolytech.ca/programs-and-courses/literacy-and-adult-education/employment-readiness.aspx 
Limit of 15 participants; CLB 6 required.
Regina inquiries to Kim Marshall:  
Participants may qualify for assistance through the Provincial Training Allowance



*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*